Hacking Houston–The Job

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  1. Hacking sounds both harder and less secure than the job I held before, during, and after college: working as a line cook. An advantage of cooking is that it is a skill easily transferred from LA to Portland, OR and then San Fransisco without really knowing these cities. Moreover, the pay tended to rise as my skills improved. Nothing like a liberal education to train you for life in the world. I like the fine grain of your discussion. In some ways I like it more than the music of Tom Waits or the writing of Charles Bukowski, you don’t romanticize the work but convey the grit.

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