I began working at the Mead Paper Company in Chillicothe, Ohio, in the summer of 1973. I was eighteen years old, constantly stoned and skinny as a weed. My hair hung down my back and there was a big, ugly bastard in the Shipping Department who whistled at me every time I walked through the warehouse…
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