1. Before the massage starts, Sandy has Curt sign a paper. Should Curt sign the paper, or is signing it foreshadowing bad things to come?
No, Curt should not sign the paper. He didn't read it before the massage started, so he doesn't know what it is that he is signing. We will see the paper again in the story, and it is not going to be good for Curt.
2. Curt and Sandy talk about their lives a little bit. Does Curt seem to like his job? Why?
No, Curt doesn't seem to like his job because he tells Sandy that it is his job that makes him so tense, but he does not know what else he could do for work because he did not go to college.
3. Sandy gives Curt a special massage to try to ease his tension. What does Sandy do during the special massage?
Sandy has Curt lay down, breathe slowly, close his eyes, and imagine himself at a place where he really likes to be -- a good, secret place.
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