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My Former Boss Almost Got Me Killed

When some people don’t act their age.

Photo by Lauren Chappell on Unsplash

When I was sixteen years old, my whole life revolved around Taco Viva. I had a part-time job in the kitchen, and my friends and I hung out there even on days off. Everyone I knew either worked there, used to work there, or had applied to work there. We’d all gather in the restaurant area among the dinner crowd or use it as a place to meet…




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Glenna Gill

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