While in transit to Myrtle Beach, S.C., over the next couple of days, I'll be handing the reins to an old buddy and colleague of mine from the Charleston Daily Mail. What follows is a two-part satirical essay on what he argues becomes of the chronically unemployed. In his words: Those who stand in the bread line and then complain when they find a tiny piece of mold on the crust.
Justin D. Anderson spent the past four years in Charleston working at the Daily Mail and West Virginia Record. He is originally from Moundsville, W.Va. and graduated with an English degree from West Virginia University. He is planning to move from Hurricane, W.Va. to Morgantown.
His essay, entitled "White Trash Arrogance," will begin Tuesday.
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