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My friends often use me as their personal “Zagat” guide since I seem to know almost everything when it comes to going out and doing things in LA. I mean I can read them but it ended up taking me 4 hours to drive from Portland, Oregon to Salem, Oregon because I had the GPS on pedestrian mode.
Not sure how this happened because I swear I’ve spent the majority of my life in front of a computer writing. I’m a good cook but I tend to reserve these skills for the all too infrequent but elaborate dinner party. Pinkberry with vigor and think that spending hours at Amoeba Records is an essential ingredient for a perfect day. I can be in a room and in no time I will make a mess.
The unwanted suitors are going to arrive at your inbox no matter what you do.
The key to your profile is to attract the ones you do want by appearing to be a happy, fun-loving person.
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My clients are blown away by how the end result sounds exactly like them! I will really listen and hear what you have to say.