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heard on the street: quantitative questions from wall street job interviews

by Yash
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I was walking down the street in town and I heard a woman say “Can you tell me the price of this house?” to the salesperson she had just spoken with. I was stunned, because I didn’t recognize the person who had said this, but then I realized that she was talking to one of my clients. This kind of thing happens all the time, and it was really interesting to hear someone take a self-reflection on their own thoughts and actions.

The questions are always interesting. I have a friend who is a real estate agent who often asks me questions about my clients, because the questions are very personal and I’m very comfortable with it. As a rule I look at the answers before I’m about to give them so I know I’m not being completely honest.

If I were just talking to someone on the street I would tell them something I dont like or something I didnt like. I would just say “that was a bad question.” I dont like it when people say things in front of me that Im not ready to hear.

I was wondering about your friend’s question.

When you see someone walking around in a store and tell them they are really hot and they look it, they usually get it. So I dont really care if they are or not as Im just trying to gauge a person’s interest.

It’s really just a word for “fear”. I like to describe fear from a lot of people in the street but it is something that I dont like. I think it’s not really a fear that can be real and what it is to feel fear. It kinda just feels like when you feel scared it’s like a little bit of fear.

Its a pretty powerful feeling. It comes from the same brain process that allows us to feel fear. We all get scared by the people and things around us. We feel fear when a large animal (usually a scary person) is standing right in front of us and we sense danger. That same thing happens in the store when people are standing in the store. We feel fear when the person next to us (that we are afraid of) is standing right in front of us.

Most people would probably say it’s just a feeling, but it’s actually a neurological process. We feel fear when we sense a physical threat to our safety, like when a large animal is threatening us. We also feel fear when we are exposed to something that we are afraid of. A person that is walking in a dark room and we feel fear because of the possible presence of the person that is standing right in front of us.

This is the same feeling that happens when we are faced with a potentially dangerous situation. We feel fear when we are in a situation that we are either afraid of or someone that we are fearing. A person that is walking in a dark room and we feel fear because of the possible presence of the person that is standing right in front of us.

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