Or possibly tenderly cradle you to his sculpted chest.
Editor's note: Ruben Navarrette is a CNN contributor and a nationally syndicated columnist with the Washington Post Writers Group. Follow him on Twitter: @rubennavarrette.
Does your company have in place what amounts to an "English-only" policy for employees? Yes? No?
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At the very least, what we have at the trendy organic supermarket chain is a failure to communicate - in any language.
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