Rainbow Salad
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Rainbow Salad

It never rains, it pours

Mabel Amber, who will one day from Pixabay

The call came from Credit Credit while Jordan Levitt was in a meeting with his boss. He glanced down at the call display and wondered what it could possibly be about. He paid all his bills, why would a collection agency be bothering him.

Jordan’s boss, Hugh Frasier was discussing his performance. Jordan worked for Hugh at the Toronto Bugle and he was supposed to be getting display advertisers and classified advertisers…

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Alan J. Schwarz

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Alan Schwarz loves life. He is the founder of JAMS Productions, a television production company based in Toronto . His passion is writing.

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