Then We Came to the End - Enter a New Century, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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In the weeks that preceded Tom Mota's termination, he went on a kick to have a billboard announcing that Janine's daughter was missing taken down. The agency had paid for the billboard when Janine's daughter had been abducted in an attempt to help find her. The media buyers have been ineffective in working it out with the billboard company and Tom no longer wants Janine to have to look at the billboard on her way home every night.

On the day that Lynn is supposed to have her breast cancer surgery and the day after she terminated Yop, Yop shows up at the office to use the print station to make copies of his resume. Marcia encounters Yop and he acts as if it is perfectly normal for him to be back in the building. Lynn had told Yop that...

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