Somnambulist #2

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Somnambulist #2

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Somnambulist #2 

 

Do you remember the days when there was no internet, and you could just walk down the road drinking 59-cent wine and have some stranger give you a ride to a new job just because you looked lost and would be willing to do it? Do you remember those days? Can you find those days on your Facebook timeline? Can you search your Gmail for those relevant conversations? Search not. You won't remember, but Frank does, and he relays his experiences working as an Egg Delivery Man, Ladies Shoe Salesman, "Opportunity Thief", and, while in prison, a Dental Technician, in this issue's extensive interview.

If you don't know what work was like before OSHA, Craigslist, and rampant corporate greed, it was basically just like working today, except instead of networking, you'd hitchhike around the Pacific Northwest; instead of letters of recommendation from your old boss, what you'd really want after leaving a job was another score of heroin. Read and remember the days before LinkedIn, work emails, and kissing up to your managers, when you could just walk away from a job that sucked, down the road to find another one. 38 pages. Originally published November, 2004.

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