shit people want2say2the boss

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The listener attention Adam and I have on credit-card debt talk is noteworthy. Credit-card debt talk is my first vid with all three: ONE: retains listener attention TWO: is easily renewable THREE: has potential commercial value. I am currently spamming a list of 108 emails weekly with credit card debt talk, and today I’ll promote manually with twitter. I’m finally spending some of my money with braincube in Delhi to promote credit-card debt talk. Commercial promotion is new for me, and I have yet to confirm braincube got my first payment. Dear kind readers: if you want to be on my spam list click here, and type yes. Sincerely, Tom Doody. Finally I can begin to articulate why credit-card debt talk might be retaining listener attention of people who do not have debt. Dear kind readers: If you understand why this fascinates me, then you position yourself to hear something few people hear. Sincerely, Tom Doody. The question that fascinates me is why people without debt would give their attention to credit-card debt talk. During the recording with Adam I felt myself trying to accomplish my job. My purpose was not to entertain or sell. Instead I was seeking an adequate update for his client who continues to contact me as Adam’s middle-age receptionist. Though this description is not comprehensive Adam is my boss, and I need to do the job of receptionist. Listening to our fresh post last night I was saying things I have to believe people wish they could say to their boss, and it also demonstrates how a receptionist and a boss can seem to be at odds despite sharing the same goal of effectively serving the clients. »» 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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