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Run-in with Jeff B.

On my first week of work, I was talking to a co-worker.  Right in the middle of our conversation, my co-worker stops this one guy who is walking really fast towards the other side of the hallway.  He then introduces me to Jeff B. the CEO of Amazon.  Jeff was smaller than I thought, but he looked nice and down to earth.

Today I’m talking to another co-worker, where some guy comes out of the bathroom and asks my co-worker if he’s going to play dodgeball.  I turn around and sure enough.  It was Jeff B. again.  I thought that was pretty funny.


One Response

  1. He looked down to earth? Is that because he was small?

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