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post #16 of 19
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Wrong.

You need to communicate your place in the pecking order. If everyone is ordering a salad, you should order a big, bloody, halfway-raw steak. It signals your dominant status. In fact, before you dig into the steak, you should slap the person seated next to you and loudly declare "To be clear, everyone, I am the alpha of this table. That is why I am eating the steak. When the alpha has finished his steak, you may fight over the scraps."

I really want to try this out, just to see if there is any way to do it with enough charisma and humour to pull it off.
post #17 of 19
LOL! Or order the most expensive meal on the menu!

Bmac

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Originally Posted by Don Carlos View Post
Wrong.

You need to communicate your place in the pecking order. If everyone is ordering a salad, you should order a big, bloody, halfway-raw steak. It signals your dominant status. In fact, before you dig into the steak, you should slap the person seated next to you and loudly declare "To be clear, everyone, I am the alpha of this table. That is why I am eating the steak. When the alpha has finished his steak, you may fight over the scraps."
post #18 of 19
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I sent out my thank you notes and one of the senior people got back to me thanking me for my note. He also replied to my thank you note after my first interview, after which I was invited to the final. So hopefully this bodes well for me!! He said they're making their decisions right now and will be notifying candidates soon! Wish me luck!!!
post #19 of 19
Good luck!
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