When talking about social interaction the subject of dating always comes up.
What kind of experiences can be expected and for anyone who has dated, there is always the "first date." We all have had those awkward or regrettable first dates.
When he asked Mayfair to trade Guerrero for Jane, Mayfair denied his request.
Tom Carter died under mysterious circumstances, his body was never found and Mayfair discovered that his car was ditched by an unknown man; following the evidence, Mayfair asked Reade to investigate the case but he was threatened, putting the Carter case on hold.
What about having to deal with your first date and being visually impaired.
What tips or hints for planning for a first date can you offer a person who is visually impaired?
As a child Reade was a camper at Mulmur Hills Football Camp where he befriend Coach Jones. Where he still holds a receiving record in football.
It was implied that Reade might have been the first agent working alongside Weller and Patterson as part of the CIRG division led by Bethany Mayfair.
Or the coworker who complains that, mysteriously, every single person he's ever worked for develops the identical delusion that he's shiftless and incompetent.
On their first tattoo related case, he helped Weller to prevent the death of dozens of civilians inside of a subway car.
Reade reacted skeptically around Jane, often openly admitting to Zapata how mysterious the circumstances around her case were, suspecting that Jane could have been part of some conspiracy.
Apparently, the way others saw me was nothing like the way I saw myself.
Growing up as the seventh of eight opinionated, vociferous siblings, and spending my adult life in academic settings where wordplay was sharper and more aggressive than swordplay, I'd always felt timid and inconspicuous.
Prior to all of that, I wrote this piece but never published it.