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November 19, 2008


Angela Connor

So, the publisher canceling his holiday party was not a option I suppose. You should find out if the employees are having a holiday party or if it's been canceled due to cutbacks.
Reminds me of this holiday tune: You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch. You really are a heel.
You're as cuddly as a cactus, You're as charming as an eel. Mr. Grinch. You're a bad banana With a greasy black peel.
Now, this could be his personal party so it may be a moot point, but asking folks to valet? Are there no college kids available? I am truly annoyed by that. And I won't even touch the maillroom.

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