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are you comfortable there?

My friend Bob Whalley used to have different cards printed that she would hand out at opportune (or sometimes inopportune) times.1 A long time ago (maybe 2010?) she handed me this one:

Yes Bob, I was, thank you very much for asking.


  1. Maybe she still does? Do you Bob? Update from Bob: Yes, I do.”

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