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"There's something about living in Southern California that puts you in denial about the fact that it might be cold somewhere else." Word.
Aug 03, 2011 07:50PM
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I'll definitely read his next (which, according to the About the Author, "he is at work on.")! He's been an adjunct at my law school and I'm vaguely annoyed I can't get my Kindle-version signed. They'll have to come up with a fix for that.
Aug 04, 2011 10:51AM
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Aug 04, 2011 08:55AM
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xJane is on page 75 of 455
The phrase, "I admire your spunk," brings to mind an image I'd rather not have in my head.
Aug 04, 2011 07:43AM
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xJane is on page 75 of 455
Hmm, not page 75 but 75% done. Loving this book! Total trash. Totally what I need.
Aug 03, 2011 11:53PM
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xJane is 54% done
I don't have a fun quote for this one, but this is where I ACTUALLY am (couldn't figure out how to add this book on the mobile app…)
Aug 03, 2011 07:54PM
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"If you put yourself behind the desk and leave the client 'out there,' it immediately establishes an implicit and important hierarchy. One that works especially well if the client is some powerful captain of industry accustomed to being in charge." Filed under: for future reference.
Aug 03, 2011 07:48PM
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"[He] saw me to the door, and we parted with the usual pleasantries, including a mutual promise to have dinner sometime soon. We both knew it wouldn't happen, but its the kind of thing people in L.A. say to one another. No one ever really means it. It's just a more elaborate form of goodbye." Heh, I concur.
Aug 03, 2011 07:43PM
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