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[Adam Sandler]:
And now the excited Southerner has a job interview.

[Man]:
So why don't you tell me why you would be an asset to this company.

[Excite Southerner]:
...Good question, I have a good answer for that...first first first of all I am
A very...very hard work...vocational skills...I went to...willing to work on a
Holidays...I had a tango and mirumba lessons...learning to get along with other
People...but I'm sorry I got my G.E.D....with a overtime...time and a
Half...speakin in two languages...Spanish and a...a..another one....and I and
And...loyal like a dog...tell you that much...willin to start at the
Bottom...and also willing...to stay there...your intestines...completely
Flawless...drug-free with a...whoo-wee..good references...if you call my last
Boss...he was..actually he was gonna inform me...with a...I got no dependence
With the W-2 form...and I was wondering..

[Man]:
You know what? That's great but uh we don't have anything open right now.
Thanks for comin' down.

[Excited Southerner]:
Cool.

[Man]:
Are you alright?



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