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How did the Heating and Air Conditioning worker fit in that van?

I didn’t realize what a disfortune my newest Heating and Air Conditioning worker was at, until I saw him climbing into the new repair van. It wasn’t nearly as immense as the bigger diesel vans. Harry was almost 7½ feet tall, and weighed in at about 400 pounds. He was squeezing his long legs under the steering wheel and trying to hunch over to drive. I walked out and told him there was another repair van he could use. He told me he was okay with this one, however I didn’t want him that uncomfortable. He promised he was used to it, however I wasn’t. He came to me with glowing references, but no one had alluded to his size. He looked a football player. I showed him to the repair van I always used. I told him he was the only Heating and Air Conditioning worker to enter this vehicle, and he better treat it like it was his Grandma’s. He laughed and agreed. He said his sibling was an Heating and Air Conditioning worker and his repair van looked like it was being lived in by a slob. I knew Harry wouldn’t do that to my repair van. I handed him his Heating and Air Conditioning repair list, and he stared at it. He didn’t know how to get there. He asked where my GPS was? I didn’t have GPS in this van, and Harry didn’t have his personal cellphone. I got in the van and told him where to drive. Once my friend and I got done with the first A/C repair, I understood why he had such fantastic reference. The person was polite, and excellent at a/c repairs. I knew I had made the right option for a new Heating and Air Conditioning worker.


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