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Gas, Food, And Lodging by John Baeder

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Gas, Food, And Lodging

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It tells the story of a waitress trying to find romance while raising two daughters in a trailer park. Nora, a waitress with two teenage daughters, struggles to raise them in a trailer park as a single parent after her husband abandons the family. After repeatedly skipping school to go on dates Trudi, the elder daughter, quits school and gets a job as a waitress alongside her mother. Meanwhile the younger daughter, Shade, spends most of her time watching the movies of Mexican film star Elvia Rivero and dreams of finding a boyfriend for her mother. After being dumped by the boy she was seeing, Trudi meets Dank, a British petrologist , at the restaurant where she's working. They eventually sleep together, and she tells him that her promiscuity is caused by the fact that she lost her virginity in a gang rape perpetrated by local boys she knew. Returning home the following night, her mother tells her that she has one month to find a new home because Trudi has slept with a man.

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