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My First Job at Buzzy's Diner John Lehner Feb. 15, 1996 English 111 The first job I had was at Buzzy's Diner, located in a small suburban town in upstate New York. It isn't a classy restaurant, it isn't even a very clean one, but during the hours that its open in the morning it is probably the busiest place within fifteen miles. Although the food there is inexpensive and very good, the main reason people eat their lunch and breakfast there is because of the diner's cozy atmosphere and timeless quality. The diner is in a building that is about 65 years old and when you first walk in and take a seat, it seems like you just traveled backwards in time. Along one side of the dining area there is a counter with stools where people who come there by themselves go to eat and read the newspaper. The tables and the countertop are an off-white color underneath a pattern of random gray lines that looks like shattered glass. The seats for the tables are dark wooden benches, many of them are dented and scratched from their years of use. In one
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