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Old 08-16-07, 01:46 PM   #26
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unless it's a job as a banana tugger. actually, you don't even need to apply for that. just stand around in parks at night and someone will recruit you.
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R&A Cycles.

They sell Clif Bars.
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I dunno, sometimes a bit of extra effort pays off. The interviewer might see so many faces that they all seem the same. A bit of tugging during the interview will definitely leave an indelible impression.
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Nope I don't think you'll ever be able to take the country out of me. There are some really cool parts about the city, but not enough to make me want to stay here.
You want the country? Move to Queens!
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They sell Clif Bars.
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I dunno, sometimes a bit of extra effort pays off. The interviewer might see so many faces that they all seem the same. A bit of tugging during the interview will definitely leave an indelible impression.
My Tugs have been described as "Amazing", "Sensational" and "Unforgettable."

I'm sure it will leave an impression.
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Jyo! I live in Astoria!
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UPS lies! Don't listen to them. My neighbors are all little old greek wimmins!
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I need proof. Proof in the form of gyro, lamb with mint sauce, feta cheese, dolmas, spanokapita, and baklava. Esp. baklava. Oh, and uzo.
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I'll send you a bottle back with the goods.
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Nope I don't think you'll ever be able to take the country out of me. There are some really cool parts about the city, but not enough to make me want to stay here.
If I had to live in a city, it would be a small city. I enjoy living out in the country too much.
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Amatuer.


Bring me that woman's head!

Old-fashioned biblical proof is called for in this case.
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You said country, not jungle!
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Yeah, you're right. You can't see them, but my two tigers are just to the left of that picture, taking a break from cow herding.
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