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post #42196 of 52294
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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post

No such place exists.

The Ernesto - are you able to make it.
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

I can't make Thursday, PS. Sorry man.

Actually, hearing this - cancel the event, what's the point without your his incredible supervillian moustache?

You will be missed TBM
post #42197 of 52294
I should be available. Tuscan bar could be good.

Can we skype TBM in? Or his mustache at least?
post #42198 of 52294
Is streetminimal coming?
post #42199 of 52294
Sorry! It's cricket selection on Thursday night, and my batting skills don't lend me an automatic place in the team. I'm campaigning that on moustache skill alone I should be opening the batting in the 1st XI. Not working for me...
post #42200 of 52294
I am under the impression that you'd had heaps of batting practice and we're quite good now.
post #42201 of 52294
You are only as good as your last inning. In that case, I am worthy of a 1* off 1 delivery.
post #42202 of 52294
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

It all depends on the organisation I suppose. In some large companies I've had experience with the workplace bullies and corporate psychopaths tend to get ahead, often at the expense of the intelligent, hard working human beings.

I remember a famous example of someone who had her secretary send an email around to her entire division demanding that people stop having farewell parties for all the people she had recently sacked, as these were affecting productivity. And when a complaint was made, she denied it and blamed her secretary! Her leadership qualities were duly recognised and she was soon promoted even further.

How many of us have had this experience?

The ones I love are the HR types that have nothing on their desks but wander around endlessly looking to solve problems.

That is until they get a real one.

Then the behaviour when they are called on it is very unHR....like yeah but ...yeah but...yeah.
post #42203 of 52294
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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post

I should be available. Tuscan bar could be good.

Can we skype TBM in? Or his mustache at least?

Great. Yes, I am leaning towards Tuscan Bar too.

Let's see what other say.
post #42204 of 52294
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Originally Posted by Pink Socks View Post


Tuscan Bar

Jesus christ those drink prices.

post #42205 of 52294
SF sponsor a child program - shout fh a drink on Thursday night.
post #42206 of 52294
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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post

SF sponsor a child program - shout fh a drink on Thursday night.


Lmao but for serious don't even think about it. Place looks nice as, but unfortunately that means I don't think I can wear my slayer shirt :(

post #42207 of 52294
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Originally Posted by DartagnanRed View Post



fxh is completely right. Competency, hard work and experience are king. A sharp appearance might help someone make an ok first impression

Wrong either that or I live in another universe, when I was in recruiting first impressions counted a lot at interviews. That initial introduction and how you pitch it sets the tone for what follows.
As for experience forget it, in Canberra too many times I've seen who you know trump what you know. But then maybe Canberra and the APS are a different universe.
post #42208 of 52294
Isn't there science that shows people make their mind up about candidates in about 18 seconds?
post #42209 of 52294
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Originally Posted by kkdkke View Post

Used the Ottolengi book for the last of my leeks and while it's 23c got out a Lark Hill Pinot Noir and a Wimbaliri unfilted PN9uLlxh

I applaud your selection I had the leek fritters with a Red Claw PN from MP on Saturday night, great cookbook and his column on the Guardian is good value too.
post #42210 of 52294
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

Jesus christ those drink prices.

Seriously Foxy? Seemed pretty standard to me (ie like all things in Australia, more expensive than they should be), but maybe I go to the wrong places...
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