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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear Sagar: You asked why I request to talk to your sister, and it’s hard to explain.  I am currently scripting a message to promote you and KL Infotech.  In a conversation when I mentioned Randi in Mesquite, Texas, you volunteered your sister’s place of residence.  Later, you referred to her as your cousin’s sister.  If I had none of this information I would be progressing to a final version without delay, but reconciling why a sister becomes a cousin’s sister with my calculations that a cousin’s sister is a cousin.  Despite me being the creator of the script I can’t always predict what it will contain just as you would not have predicted disclosing your US residing family member to me.  You also mentioned your sister is married and pregnant, which gives me images of a commitment to the US as a home, which compliments my message better than a twenty-four year old single cousin on a student visa.  I may make no reference to her in the script, and it may only include something about family living here.  Now it feels weird.  I did not have to know of your sister, but now I feel I have to reconcile the sister/cousin status, and I also need to reconcile what seems like a request that should have gotten a spontaneous, “yes”, comes with hesitation, and a lot of explaining.  Please remember talking to your cousin’s husband is the same as talking to your cousin.  Both is better given what has transpired, but one of them is sufficient.  Hana sells handbags in Soho, Bloomingdale’s, Manhattan, and tomorrow she is assigned to inventory before the store opens, so I’ll have time to talk several hours before I am typically available tomorrow.   Sincerely, Tom »» about me 201-490-9659 Randi Richards nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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