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In Long Short Story by David Kirby Fields

The first time he did it, it was a joke, really. An attempt to amuse himself during his otherwise soul-crushing nine to five.
“Per our recent conversation.”
“Circling back regarding the matter discussed below.”
“I just want to make sure I’m clear on next steps.”
“See attached.”
He wrote scores of emails every day. One hundred plus leading up to various milestones. Milestones. The term alone.

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