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Bartending in a Pandemic, Drama on Instagram’s Close Friends Stories and Coronavirus Prank Callers

If you’ve ever wanted a first-person account from one of President Trump’s “warriors” on what it’s like to go back to work in the middle of a pandemic — not because you’re dying to ReOPeN THe ECoNoMy, but because you have to in order to make ends meet — this is it. James, a bartender in Georgia, spoke to our Ian Lecklitner about what it’s like to sling drinks for meager tips while risking a deadly virus all in the pursuit of “opening back up.”

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