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February 25, 1990 | GERI SERVI, Since August, writer Geri Servi has been keeping a diary of her husband's efforts to train for the Los Angeles Marathon on March 4. Ruben Servi is co-owner of International Documentation, a technical translation firm
It is an ordinary day in August when we hear the ad on the radio. We pull away from McDonald's Drive-Thru with our Big Macs and fries. Their singular aroma inspires Ruben, my husband, on the subject of weight loss. He tells me again how he weighed only 155 pounds on the day we were married. As usual, he is about to conclude that the 20 pounds he has gained since are somehow a direct result of that day. But, suddenly, a voice speaks to him.
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February 25, 1990 | GERI SERVI, Since August, writer Geri Servi has been keeping a diary of her husband's efforts to train for the Los Angeles Marathon on March 4. Ruben Servi is co-owner of International Documentation, a technical translation firm
It is an ordinary day in August when we hear the ad on the radio. We pull away from McDonald's Drive-Thru with our Big Macs and fries. Their singular aroma inspires Ruben, my husband, on the subject of weight loss. He tells me again how he weighed only 155 pounds on the day we were married. As usual, he is about to conclude that the 20 pounds he has gained since are somehow a direct result of that day. But, suddenly, a voice speaks to him.
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September 10, 1997 | MARLA DICKERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Valerie Jones needed some advertising copy speeded to a public relations firm in Japan, she dashed off an e-mail that arrived in Tokyo in perfect Japanese. Hardly surprising in this wired global age, except that Jones, a product marketing manager for a small software firm in Mountain View, Calif., doesn't speak the language or even possess a keyboard capable of typing its complex characters.
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