Due to client account management that could be likened to that German dance where men in tights slap each other, the agency went from a thriving business with over forty clients to basically trading while insolvent.
As there were very few clients, I spent most of the day playing a game called 'Staring at the wall wondering what happy people are doing' and answering calls by either ending each sentence with 'over' like talking on a In a last ditch effort to retain the few remaining accounts we had, we sent invitations to join us at a charity dinner to provide musical instruments for starving children.
I do understand your objection to the established system of exchange of money for services though and personally envision a utopian future where it is replaced with interpretive dance.
The salesman who did the paperwork was named Roger.
From: Robert Schaefer Date: Monday 8 November 2010 12.17pm To: David Thorne Subject: Re: Re: Artwork It's Rob not Bob and I already emailed them and they said they don't have the files and to contact you.
I'm not interested in what you do at charity events and I'm not paying you 5 for artwork when I already paid you for the artwork last year.
Realising my mobile phone had been on the rear seat of the vehicle along with our box of food, we sought out an ATM by riding a Coleman® inflatable air mattress down the river for two days to the nearest town.
I will admit that during the voyage the thought of eating my offspring crossed my mind on more than one occasion but this was less due to hunger than his constant complaining of "Why do I have to hold on to the back while you ride," "Are we there yet?Nearing forty, he felt retro t-shirts and trucker caps like the cool kids wear, disguised the fact.