Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - LAX Airport - El Segundo
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... me, while I shove my feet into his abdomen, and flip him over my body and onto his back behind me. I jump up, run out the door, and take one last look back. He’s lying on the floor with a shocked look on his face.
I switch back to the present, and am confident that I have an easy victim -- no need to use judo, knee him in the groin, or pull his eye out. Instead, I grab the twerp’s shoulders; toss him aside, and rush back to my office.
... may I look at the engine? Next, ask what kind of warranty and financing comes with the vehicle. You will then be introduced to the next level of salesperson.”
“What if I plan to get a loan from my credit union instead of dealer financing?”
“Don’t mention that to them until after you make your final offer. Remember that you want them to invest their time in ...
... 8221; he reads.
“STOP!” I cry out. “That’s personal! I can’t believe that you know shorthand.”
“Sure,” he smiles, “I learned Greg Shorthand in my youth. How do you know it?”
“I learned Greg Diamond Jubilee Shorthand five years ago at El Camino College in 1975,” I explain. ...
... weren't as big and busy as I had imagined and everyone could sit down. There were massive white boards with the names of the big choreographers, like Mandy Moore, Sonia Tahey and Travis Wall, on the seats reserved for them. There were massive moving cameras everywhere and auto-cue for the famous and popular host Cat Deeley. First we got a performance from Christina Perri (twice, cause it's prerecorded) who sang her new single "Burning Gold" =) with a ...
... didn’t hear the alarm clock. When I arrived at my office, he was sitting at my desk, and pointing at his watch.”
“You are late!” he shouts.
“It’s only a couple minutes after eight,” I respond.
“You are suppose to be at your desk, with pencil in hand, and working at 8:00 sharp!”
“Well,” my teacher says, “if he’s that bad, he ...