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I did it last bacon. Eat you. -Schyst.
you to your first day.
That's different from the first
day of school. Get off now, mom.
What? I just wish it were otherwise.
I want to do this. I have been
lucky to work stock. It pays well.
- Oh, You work too much as it is.
- When Did you get so smart?
I hate this place.
I am grateful for your help. I know,
you've said it a hundred times.
- I love you.
- I love you too.
Hey, what happens? You will love this job.
Get up. Mr Green is on the way.
The dinner is in the oven,
heat it in four minutes.
I am with my sister. Girl Night.
I feel so unsuccessful. -It's
Not you, you do your best.
now he is settled at the factory.
He is not fixed and it
will not last forever.
I'm afraid he'll grow into. -Gaska Up now.
Now we serve.
Can I be clearer? Ten Chinese
delegates are on the road
dollars each, and the lack of tools.
Someone has to take responsibility.
The boss. This is Dave
Willis, I told you about.
- Follow. Vardi says you work well.
If someone asks to get lrlingsln.
I am on good terms with the union.
We like each other. Do not screw it.
Louie, two roast beef. An end piece.
with mushrooms. I await my orders.
Then you wait some more.
- Skynda On, Louie!
And the end pieces are final.
- What is this? I ordered an end piece.
That was all they had left.
Why did not you come back. You were
in a hurry and it was the one I got.
Honey, I usually get what I order.
I order an end piece, I get
Come on, Ed. She's just a waitress.
- Not Bad, huh?
- Schyst Leather.
You can be as good if you belong to,
clench jaws and lets me do everything.
- Yeah, I do not want to get stuck here for 30 years.
- There You damn right. Come on.
- Hi mom.
- What have you bought?
Keep your, I end my subscription.
No, Mom. Do not turn off the phone. Now
that I have a job, you can keep it.
How sweet of you. Do not cook food
tonight, go out with your friends.
- No, I begin six tomorrow. Quiet.
- "Serenity" is not in my vocabulary.
I will fill his coffin with bills.
Including those from the
cemetery and funeral home.
Come on, Mom. I love you.
It will be alright.
I love you too.
It's no big deal. Bring me. -I will
must do something to make money.
Be glad I fixed the job for you.
If I did I'd fix something more.
- God, What nags. Okay.
You know what? Give me a few days, so
I'll do my best. Shut up now. Oh my God.
On dad's old place. Put aside those.
I miss him. Nothing is the same. Not
this place, not the neighborhood.
-That You're right.
I? I have mom to take care of. She is worried,
She's tough, as always. She
wants me to work, not work.
I need to earn more money. -Your
No, I'm handling it.
- I know.
I wish he had not been sitting still.
He loved you.
They had your dopfest here,
you slept in a boot.
Life is over. Continue to do the
right thing in your life. Okay, kid?
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