Frank Szachta has a nervous habit. When he smokes, which is often, he holds the lit cigarette between his thumb and index finger. He takes a drag, then presses the fresh Winston Light through a series of cartwheels, lacing the burning cylinder into an invisible cat's cradle around his fingers. It's graceful, almost unconscious. To a pot-smoking fifteen-year-old, it's... More >>>
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By Becca Young
The controversy has made life more difficult for
Crossroads counselors Mike and Amy Weiland and
Marcos Sanchez. Says Sanchez: "Just about
everything I say, it's already been prefaced on the
front end that I'm a moron."