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    Many years ago.

    WWTLT you were buying something and didn't have enough money? What did you do? (Borrow, credit card or not buy it?)

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    NOt sure if that has ever happened to me actually.... i mean if i know i'm gonna go buy something, i know that i'm gonna have the cash, for it.

    When was the last time you swore out loud?

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    I believe it was last October, then I apologised. However, others agreed with the use of my "comment".

    WWTLT you ate food and got sick afterwards?

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    A couple months ago....

    WWTLT you bought something totally useless, but still felt like you needed it?

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    I'm fairely thrifty so, I really don't remember.

    WWTLT you spat in a public area?

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    Hmm...maybe a couple days ago

    WWTLT you ate an instand dinner? (like those microwave dinners, or cup noodles?)

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    A few days ago.

    WWTLT you stood next to someone who smelled bad?

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    TOday, while in the bus sitting next to this old guy

    WWTLT someone complimented you?

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    Last night.

    WWTLT you got good news re: a fellow employee?

    `Our In-house Hero’

    Last evening, "employee" used her Heimlich maneuver training to save a life. . . her Mother’s. “She just started choking, showing all the classic signs we learned in class, grabbing her throat and turning red . . . I was scared but I knew what to do because of our in-house class . . . ” "she" reports.

    "She" moved into action and five abdominal thrusts later, the blockage dislodged and Mom was breathing fine. "She" thanks and credits her "company" CPR Instructor, "instructor", with preparing her so well that her training took over and she just acted.

    Please join me in congratulating "her" on her heroic efforts last night and for bringing fresh meaning to our mission of `helping save lives’.

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    This morning.

    WWTLT you bad news re: a fellow employee?

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