Welcome back to another retail horror story! Today we talk about conartists and what to look for and do when they walked through those doors.
A poem by Jason Suerte Felipe. Junior Brown believed in chasing a dream Writing about freedom since he was eighteen But then he realized life is not what it seems … Continue reading The Story of Junior Brown
All I need is a strike of lightning.
Everyone always says they have the best dog ever. But you’re not like most dogs. A lot can argue that you weren’t the greatest- but you were definitely the best … Continue reading To My Dog, Massy. My Baby Boy.
Welp. Welcome back to another installment of Retail Horror Stories. Where we share the best moments you’ll have working in retail. So hang tight! It’s back to Hell!- erg- I mean- … Continue reading Retail Horror Stories: Revenge Of The Karen
If the absinthe doesn’t kill you, the ghosts will. . .
Every human being must undergo at least 1 year of retail work. Not to share in the pain and suffering, but honestly to teach people basic understanding of human decency and interaction.
When it comes to mending loose ends, we need all the time we can get.
My lips were never meant to be kissed by another. . .
Things don’t always go as planned. But I’m glad it didn’t. . .
Please understand. I’m not a bad man. I’m just a man. . .
It is an absolute terrible idea to do… but I guess you make stupid choices when you’re doing something you love. Just a few weeks into his sophomore year, aspiring … Continue reading Profile Story: Alberto Zacarias
“We train as if our life depends on it, because it does.” During a tour at Fire Station 70, a journalism class from California State University, Northridge were … Continue reading Fire Station 70