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“Let's say you go up on stage and completely bomb. So what? What's the worst that can happen?”
“He's just insecure, and he tries to drag other people down to compensate.”
“Can you tell him to swing by my office when he gets a chance?”
“Have a good one!”
“Albert got all defensive when I commented on his design.”
“It's just been one of those days.”
“That's unlike him. He's usually so clean-cut.”
“Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated.”
“It's a shame you missed it!”
“No, I packed my lunch today. Thanks, though.”
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