1000 Interlocking Pieces

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'''1000 Interlocking Pieces''' is a [[zine]] by [[Jason Adams]] from Florence, South Carolina. Mostly he talks about either his writing or his job at Wal-Mart. Quote from #5, "Morals and ethical concerns run for cover like so many cockroaches when the lights are turned on. Character is what you do when nobody's watching, when you think nobody's watching..."
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'''1000 Interlocking Pieces''' was a [[zine]] by [[Jason Adams]] from Florence, South Carolina.  
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It often focused on creativity and the writing process, existentialism, Christianity, and/or Jason's long held job at Sam's Club. To quote issue #5: "Morals and ethical concerns run for cover like so many cockroaches when the lights are turned on. Character is what you do when nobody's watching, when you think nobody's watching..."
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1000 Interlocking Pieces was a zine by Jason Adams from Florence, South Carolina.

It often focused on creativity and the writing process, existentialism, Christianity, and/or Jason's long held job at Sam's Club. To quote issue #5: "Morals and ethical concerns run for cover like so many cockroaches when the lights are turned on. Character is what you do when nobody's watching, when you think nobody's watching..."

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