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Human Parts

My High School Was Full of Boys Like Alex Jones

On fact, fiction, and the origin stories we claim as our own

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CCleaning the kitchen with a baby in the house requires a two-pronged strategy. First, I make a pile of unbreakable objects. It’s an installation of plastic plates, spatulas, and novelty cups that only a one-year-old can truly appreciate. My daughter and I have a deal. She’ll keep…




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