How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Tripping over a cobble on Memory Lane...

So, in high school, I used to walk home from school pretty regularly with a guy named Christian Aragon. Born in Mexico, he was very proud of his heritage, and had an awesome accent. Which was cool, because I used him to practice mine for spanish class (I got critisized once in spanish class, because my accent was too thick, it was realistic, and would have gone over in Mexico, but other's in the class would have a hard time understanding me). At any rate, junior year he moved off to Houston for various reason.

Now, awhile back, I filled out my information on the KHS alumni web page. And he was browsing through and found me. I get an email; he's an accounting major in Houston University.


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