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I've Got an Economically Unattractive Story for Ya

For those with a nose for it, there's a story on every street. But for every one we hear, there's ple


August 16 · Issue #12 · View online
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For those with a nose for it, there’s a story on every street. But for every one we hear, there’s plenty we don’t. The untold ones are like silent tragedies, playing out on a stage to an empty auditorium. Take, for instance, the Teflon pan. Wonderful little invention, that thing. I can make eggs without painting the pan up with a bright yellow veneer. But what of the workers behind the Teflon? The men and women sacrificing their health for the sake of my morning eggs, for the sake of an easier time doing dishes? What of their struggle? Here’s a look at some stories that must be told, stories that need at least a few of us sprinkled across the audience, watching as they move toward the final act. -Lucas

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