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The Hills Are In My Head

Oh, how I wish I could dynamite me

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My wife read an article explaining why some Pennsylvanians live and die like medieval villagers, rarely traveling more than 30 miles from home.

“It’s the hills,” she said. “They’re like big prison guards.”

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A poverty-stricken, soft Batman by night. Illustrator and writing teacher by day. Previously: McSweeney’s, Slackjaw.

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Daniel Williams

Daniel Williams

A poverty-stricken, soft Batman by night. Illustrator and writing teacher by day. Previously: McSweeney’s, Slackjaw.

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