Of Hair Salons and “Soylent Green”

photo credit: Alex Gruber

Bethany leaned in closer to me, and in a soft yet emphatic, conspiratorial tone, whispered into my right ear,

“You know what? It never really bothered me!”

Time slowed down, and I watched this scene — this unexpected moment of intimacy between two people who had known each other all of sixty seconds — in cinematic slow…

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Editor of No Crime in Rhymin' and Language Lab | ..."come for the sarcasm, stay for my soft side"

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