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Yesterday, on my neighborhood NextDoor — an app I got for the sole purpose of unloading excess produce from my garden and monitoring the various lost and found pets on my block—a homeowner posted about some “van campers” outside of his house. He asked…

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I wrote that one thing you didn’t really agree with. Find my Substack about the wild history of mental health care: Crazy/Old.

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I wrote that one thing you didn’t really agree with. Find my Substack about the wild history of mental health care: Crazy/Old.

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