HBTE Part 11

She debated as to whether she should alert one of their sleepers in the Holding Center, or if that would be too dangerous.

More desk thrumming.

She then remembered that there was a Weigh-in Center adjoining the Holding Center. The problem was, however, that if anyone who had previously avoided weigh-ins went to the Weigh-In Center, they would be expected to return every week and could count on weekly visits from HDA staff.

Then again, if anyone had actually lost weight, they received some kind of credit. She wasn’t quite sure what kind of credit, or how much one had to lose to receive it. She didn’t know anyone who had actually lost weight.

Oh..there was one person. But he was not a FAP member..not in the least..she shook her head and cursed the Health and Diet Laws for saddling her with the enormous and ridiculous necessity of having to call him.


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Author of FatLand: A Novel and editor/author of Fat Poets Speak: Voices of the Fat Poets' Society, along with Kathy Barron, Anne Caplan, Corinna Makris and Lesleigh Owen.
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