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#1 Old 01-23-2004, 12:27 AM
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Oh, this is probably not what I need right now.

So first things first - my current goal is to move to California by June, work at Whole Foods there, probably go to college there, graduate, take a year off and travel, and then move back to Vermont and begin building a ecofriendly vegan summer camp for children.

But now, the company I work for, Whole Foods Market, has just announced that they bought an 8 store chain in London!! Agghh!! The store is called Fresh and Wild, and now my company owns it. They're small compared to the average Whole Foods so it's common knowledge that Whole Foods next step is to build a Whole Foods sized Whole Foods in London.

Should I stick to my plan or put it off and try and move to London?

Should I just give in, forego my goals in life, and become a corporate lifer?
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#2 Old 01-23-2004, 12:32 AM
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Whoopsie thread - please, no one post!

Go here and vote!

Mods, please delete this!

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