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Jaspar’s Writing Gig

Selling stories on the freeway on-ramp

Jaspar’s life changed when he changed his gig. His original gig was selling oranges on the freeway on-ramp during rush hour. The vehicles entering the freeway at that time were always backed up. When drivers saw that box of bright orange oranges on its side and a man with an orange in each hand and a sign around his neck that read, Oranges $1, it was just too…

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