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... a girl called Sarah who went to our highschool, but in the year above us. "I think it IS her," he said. "Nup. No way. She looks slightly different." Alas, as we were walking off to bed, the aforementioned girl approached us. "Hey....do I maybe know you guys?" I smiled at her Australian accent, and before she could say anything else, I freaked her out by telling her her name, what school she went to and the guy in our year that she dated for about 3 years. She even lives just down ...
... company history. The only real dog of the month in the Subaru kennel was the Tribeca, with just 43 of them sold last month; sales were led last month, as has been the case for as long as we can recall, by the Forester, followed by the Outback. In other news, Toyota/Lexus surged past ...
... a gate and let her off. Oh boy, this is not looking good. It actually did not take long to pull into the gate and let her off. It reminded me of a “perp walk” at the jail. She is walking off and everyone is eyeballing her. It took us close to an hour to go from gate 72 to 83 at MCO. We finally took off and I pulled up the Delta app and it indicated that we had been moved to a later flight. ...
... report from five years ago is sometimes easier said than done."
And dealers vary in their retention of service records, which would be relevant to Feinberg if a customer complained to a dealer about stalling before getting into a crash.
The survivors' challenge is clear to Daryl Chansuthus, whose 25-year-old daughter, Hasaya, died in a crash near Murfreesboro, Tenn., in December 2009.
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I'm sorry it's been a little while since I posted last. I've been really busy with work and seeing lots of cool things. I got to see a full battery of vestibular testing today which was very interesting and I don't know that I would ever get that opportunity again, let alone be able to ask about data interpretation and basically all the questions I wanted :) Ok, so I'm ...