On Hospitality with Abdul

As I scrunched myself into the back of his car, I said hello. He quietly said hi back and confirmed that I was, indeed, headed to the Chamblee MARTA station. It was my second time using Lyft, a service identical to Uber. I was using it because I had a $50 credit and was only […]

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No Fear of Man

When I was growing up, I had so much anxiety over what other people thought about me. Did they think I was cool? Did they think I was smart? Did the girls think I was attractive? Were my teachers proud of me? Were my parents proud of me? What did they think? Oh, don’t worry […]

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