Posted Tuesday, March 8, 2005 1:53 PM | Contributed by supermandl
Her summer job as a ride operator at Six Flags New England was almost over, and Viktorija A. Dmitrijeva expected to return to Lithuania and her civil engineering studies at Kaunas University of Technology, having no idea that her life was about to change...
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Besides, as I should have noted in my original post, what does her lack of English speaking skills have to do with the fact that she was going to be an engineer in Russia? Last time I checked, Russian engineers spoke (gasp) RUSSIAN.
As for your comments on Chicago weather and sports teams -- that was quite a convincing argument. What will be your next retort? Will you tell me my mom wears combat boots?
Let's see: I worked there, went to a club after work with a coworker and met friends who got me hired at a company that gave me the experience I needed to get a job at my next company that gave me the experience I needed to get my next company which moved to San Diego and hired my then future wife. True story.
Thanks Great America! ;)
Not only did a girl who was too dim to comprehend that those bottons need pushing get engaged, she got engaged to the, gasp, some nice young man in charge of , sit down for this folks, the foreign students. I am suprised. Exasperated. If that word is too big, just say 'suprised' again.
Yes, a success story. But for 2 people. There are 1998 other employees who would tell another tale of life at SF. And for the record, I have never seen that guy's moms' boots. Never.
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