tell me more

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear kind person at a Ridgewood, Queen, or a Brooklyn multiservice, travel, or immigration business:  Here are twelve pics from my day in your barrio and my best one pic.  A couple of you are trying to say, “no” politely, and others are giving some variation of, “tell me more”.  If each of you could hear this question, then you would be moving toward, “tell me more”.  Please consider your friends and family and coworkers, and imagine the value of a got-to-be-there-fast service:  ONE: immigration documents to USCIS  TWO: child custody or related immigration or translation documents to your home country  THREE: cell phone to family not in the US.  Each of these shipping occasions are got-to-be-there-fast-con-tracking con guarantee shipping occasions.  In twelve months would your friends, family, and coworkers have these types of shipping needs more than zero times?  I am happy to have very-low-volume clients, and I’ll actively pursue you and be eager to get you started even if the expectation is only one shipment.  From my conversations today I decided it’s appropriate to present a few document prices: China $32, India $34, Nepal $55, Ecuador $45, Morocco $29.  Add about ten percent for an estimated cell-phone shipping price.  Fedex within the NYC area is $9 and $11 for next day and second day respectively.  My train and pedestrian travel to and through your barrio is fun, and I am sure to return.  Thank you for your time and attention. Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me  302-990-2346  twitter  nearlincoln@hotmail.com  contact us

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