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“Can you follow up with Jay later this week?”
“Pull up a little closer.”
“The last thing I want is for you to feel like you can't open up to me about this kind of stuff.”
“Try to flesh out that first point a little bit more.”
“He got suspended for flipping off the bus driver.”
“We can't take in every stray that comes along.”
“They set up a meet in an abandoned warehouse by the docks.”
“What'd you do? Did you go cold turkey, or try to ease out of it?”
“Unfortunately, the people who seem to get ahead are the ones who know how to kiss ass the best.”
“I can definitely relate to that.”
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