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Scott Berg

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Hey! How's it going? I'm all right.
Posted: Jun 12, 2013 3:28 PM
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Hey! How's it going? I'm all right.

My job is so sh---y I wish I could overthrow my boss. It's like this
oppressive regime where only true believers in his management techniques
will stay around. I work marathon-length hours and he's made all these
changes that have made it the worst architecture firm to work at in
Manhattan. Like he moved the office to the Financial District and fired my
assistant. She was the only one who knew where the blueprints were! I need
access to those blueprints to complete my job! F my life, right? And he
keeps trying to start all these new initiatives to boost revenue, but
seriously we just need to stick to what we do best. There's only one true
profit center. I seriously feel ready to go on strike at any second.

I just read this article about how these free radical particles can cause
the downfall of good health and accelerate aging. These could actually cause
death to millions of Americans. If these particles are flying around
undetected everywhere, does that mean we're all radicalized?

Have you seen the second season of Breaking Bad? I just finished it. I
couldn't believe that episode where they poison the guy with ricin! That was
the bomb! I won't say any more because I don't want to reveal the
earth-shattering events to come.

Oh! So I've been planning a big trip for the summer. I'm thinking of
visiting all of the most famous suspension bridges in the United States. So
probably like the Golden Gate Bridge, The Brooklyn Bridge, and the Verrazano
Narrows Bridge. I'm gonna bring my younger brother and I know he'll want to
go to bars, so I'm thinking of getting him a fake drivers license, but I
hope that doesn't blow up in my face.

Okay, I gotta run! I'm late for flight school. I missed the last class where
we learn how to land, so I really can't miss another one. Talk to you later!








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