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She offers a few suggestions -- video games, ski trips, walks -- then tries to focus his energies."We're trying to convince Max that we're interesting," she says sweetly.Frind drops his bag and plops himself down in front of one of them. There's a 0,000 order waiting for his signature.It's from Video Egg, a San Francisco company that is paying Frind to run a series of Budweiser commercials in Canada.He has been bouncing aimlessly from job to job, but he is secretly ambitious.He builds his company by himself and from his apartment.In a way, he's thinking about the company all the time."rind spent his formative years on a grain farm in the northern hinterlands of British Columbia -- "the bush," in local parlance.His hometown, Hudson's Hope, is a cold, isolated place not far from the starting point of the Alaska Highway.
"Once in a while, from the middle of nowhere, he'll say, 'Why is that girl doing that? ' He'll check people out in restaurants and watch how they interact."His problem was English," says his father, Eduard Frind.