By Jared Dillian
I grew up (mostly) in Norwich, Connecticut, which is a sad town at the intersection of three rivers.
One of the reasons it is sad is because, outside of a couple of pizza places, people don’t like business.
I’m being serious. Business was frowned upon. Wealth was looked at with suspicion.
I grew up on the wrong side of the tracks, and I had a king-sized chip on my shoulder. If you had a jingle in your pocket, I hated you. I stayed away from the rich kids from the other side of town.
The high school