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This time around, we open with a cold glass of contrast. On one hand, water in abundance, bottled by
 

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This time around, we open with a cold glass of contrast. On one hand, water in abundance, bottled by an industry that’s set to grow larger than soda. On the other, water in short supply, pushed hundreds of miles across the desert at the cost of a carbon footprint like you wouldn’t believe. These stories (and a couple more) take us to West Virginia, Arizona, Michigan, and, not ever to be left out, Texas. They whip from theme to theme, stomping on things that don’t seem to die, the cockroaches of the human condition: consumerism, hubris, cancer, and debauchery. Thankfully though, storytelling isn’t dying out anytime soon, either. So get to reading, and let this week’s stories quench your thirst for great writing. -Lucas

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