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A Year Counted in Particles of Glitter
What happened to all the glue? We didn't know, but people were intent on harassing us anyway so we might as well get to the bottom of it. And when we found out- oh. The course of my life took an unprecedented turn.

No one could have ever prepared for what horrors might have happened during The Glue Famine of 2017
Paperback, 111 pages
Published February 5th 2018 by CreateSpace
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A great look at the horrors of working retail and the current fad for slime. Warning there will be Glitter.... Endless Glitter!!!
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Lee Bradford is known to be spotted between the regions of Illinois and Pennsylvania, as far north as Detroit, but rarely further south than Kentucky- apart from one instance in Tennessee, when food was scarce and human influence drove them from their natural habitat.

Their diet consists originally of nuts and berries, but they have become dependent on humans and often rummage through dumpsters fo
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