Summ 1 - Langdon searched in vain for a seat belt Why not...

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Langdon searched in vain for a seat belt. Why not make it three and get us there alive? The car raced on. “Do you like Reba?” the pilot asked, jamming a cassette into the tape deck. A woman started singing. “It’s just the fear of being alone . . . ” No fear here, Langdon thought absently. His female colleagues often ribbed him that his collection of museum-quality artifacts was nothing more than a transparent attempt to fill an empty home, a home they insisted would benefit greatly from the presence of a woman. Langdon always laughed it off, reminding them he already had three loves in his life—symbology, water polo, and bachelorhood—the latter being a freedom that enabled him to travel the world, sleep as late as he wanted, and enjoy quiet nights at home with a brandy and a good book. “We’re like a small city,” the pilot said, pulling Langdon from his daydream. “Not just labs. We’ve got supermarkets, a hospital, even a cinema.” Langdon nodded blankly and looked out at the sprawling expanse of buildings
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course MBA IT DOM1 taught by Professor Kviswanathan during the Spring '12 term at Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai.

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Summ 1 - Langdon searched in vain for a seat belt Why not...

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