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#9840 May 3, 2006

Lee really disappointed me this week. He said he was tired of playing

games etc. and then ended up playing everyone against eachother. I

don't think Tarek deserved to lose this task. It saddened me that

Tarek said, "Lee is a moral religious person...." when at tthe very

moment Lee was working to get him fired.



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#9841 May 3, 2006

Yes, Lee was quite the player this week. I wasn't sure what he meant

when he said he was tired of playing games. Now I think he meant that

he was looking out for himself and only himself.

I think out of all of them he has the most street smarts but somehow

isn't able to get his ideas across. In this task he was the one who

told Charmain that they should have been marketing instead of stocking

but she ignored him. I know that has been the case in other tasks as

well. --- In The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com, "Becky" abnio@...> wrote:

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> Lee really disappointed me this week. He said he was tired of playing

> games etc. and then ended up playing everyone against eachother. I

> don't think Tarek deserved to lose this task. It saddened me that

> Tarek said, "Lee is a moral religious person...." when at tthe very

> moment Lee was working to get him fired.

>



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#9842 May 3, 2006

I think the reason why most PMs ignore Lee is the

simple fact that he's young. They assume because he's

young, he's just out of college and doesn't know a

thing about the business world. It only during the

times that he was PM that he shined and was allowed to

let his business smarts show through. It just goes to

show what knuckleheads some of these people who appear

on The Apprentice really are. If Charmaine was such a

smart businesswoman she should had canvassed the area

for business instead of wasting time stocking shelves.

As I said before, what knuckleheads.

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#9846 May 4, 2006

--- In The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com, George xslider.geo@...> wrote: >

> I think the reason why most PMs ignore Lee is the

> simple fact that he's young. They assume because he's

> young, he's just out of college and doesn't know a

> thing about the business world. It only during the

> times that he was PM that he shined and was allowed to

> let his business smarts show through. Although I don't always like his politicking and can see that he may

be taking a contrarian position every task as a way of hedging his

bet, I do think Lee is the candidate who tries to find a better way of

making sales. Of course, he doesn't always succeed! I'm guessing he

will make it to the end.

Ann



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#9847 May 4, 2006

I agree that Lee is the candidate to beat. He may not be the best - but I believe he is the best "this season".I think it will come to Lee and Roxanne - 2 of the classiest candidates this season.... both knowwhen to keep their mouths shout for sure.

Anne


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