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REGLAR WIGLAR #24

2016

IDIOTORIAL

This issue completes my decades-in-the-making “Jobs Trilogy” where I recount every job I have ever held regardless of the duration of said occupation. How does it all end? Does it end? Well, for the past year and a half I have been able to support myself full-time as a freelance writer. It was, after all, a writing degree I earned at Columbia College all those years ago. If you’ve read the previous two issues, you know there were many food service, telemarketing and miscellaneous bullshit jobs in between. Some lasted a few days, one lasted the better part of a decade. What they all had in common, to a certain degree, is that they all sucked in many ways. Some much, much more than others.

Now that I am free of this project, I plan to continue with other themed issues, even if those themes are “no theme” at all. Over the past three years, I’ve managed an output of one issue per year. Maybe I can improve on that. Maybe not. First things, first though. There’s a lot to get through in this issue, so let’s get to it, shall we?

Chris Auman, Chicago, Illinois, Summer 2016


RW24 Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Book of Jobs
Part 3

Slingin' Veggie Hash
In a Pickle
Inside the Box
Beat Kitchen
That's Classified
Suck Co.
Lollapaloozer
Unemployment
Thai Lagoon
New Jacked City
Going Greek
Apocalypse Lao
Install Crew
Let's Do Brunch
Freelance = Freedom
The Controller

Forgotten American Music Masters

Joe John Buck, Jr.

The History of Music

Asia

Candy from Strangers Dept.

Least Popular Halloween Candy

Caught Slipping Dept.

An Open Letter to People Who Thinks Slipping on a Banana Peel is Funny

Comics

Garnishy Wages
Getting the Beard Back Together
Beard Styles of the U.S.


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