Every interview I did were for jobs that hadn't made it to the "posted" stage. They had a need and saw my information before even doing a formal listing. The best part about that is you aren't really competing against anyone yet. Did you try emailing attorneys in the firms you would want to work for even for not listed jobs? The worst that happens is you get ignored.PM me and we can strategize together. I would love to help if I can. I didn't realize you had been trying for an entire year with no results. Your career development office helpful at all?
Not really. And I'm aware of that strategy and did it, but there are basically 8 or so real biggish firms in the state and I interviewed with effectively all of them. Small firms aren't going to think about hiring before a concrete need and I really don't see how you differentiate amongst them in picking who to effectively cold call (and again I did this to no avail).
Tl;dr - I appreciate the offer and will chat with anyone, but I think it's fair to say I've heard every version of legal career advice there is at this point
I have a pair of Durango 10 1/2 E 6" (U.S.) harness boots that I kopped back when I first started looking for something to wear with denim. Very nice condition but could stand a decent polish as I've literally done nothing to them. They were just a bit bolder than what I thought I was looking for at the time and have not really used them.
And, yes, that's my thrifted Hartmann ballistic nylon duffle with an emergency fit stashed inside!
Get at me if you're interested. I'm both cheap AND easy!
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3) Thrifted stripper pole makes thrifted bathing suits seem downright cleanly. I hope you hit that with a blacklight before using.
What's wrong with thrifted swimsuits? This is a trick question, BTW. Possible thread derail in the offing!
Made a quick stop and picked up a made in USA J Crew tweed suit, BB sport coat, made in USA Polo silk braces, and a hand knit irish fishermans sweater with a small stain that I think I get out.
I also feel fairly certain there was another SF member working those racks. Cincinnati thrifters, were any of you at the Goodwill on Markbreit around 9:45 this morning? Dude seemed to know what he was doing.
Tj Maxx and Marshalls were stocked, but too pricey. Anything worth buying here is almost always priced way too high compared to outlet stores. They had lots of rag and bone, rlbl, a charvet tie, dolce & gabbana overcoats, and this, which I've never seen in Florida before: