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  1. in stitches

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    my resume sucked ass. and than a fellow SFer rewrote and now its awesome. :)
     
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    :slayer:

    But honestly stitch you seem like a very charismatic person from your posts, I think it would be hard not to like you.
     


  3. in stitches

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    lol, thanks. :blush:

    while it is indeed rather easy to like me, wanting to have me around you all day, and having to paying me for it, is another story entirely.
     


  4. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    Hey, glad you guys found my resume advice interesting and/or useful. As I said, it's that tricky thing of finding just the right thing. pB, I'd suggest against oenophile. I talked about things with baggage and that has tons. Tons of baggage around any mention of drinking these days and could be seen as snooty by plebs in high places. I think marathon completion is good because I'd be thinking "low utilizer" and would not drive up the cost of health care premiums. :laugh:
     


  5. Claghorn

    Claghorn Stylish Dinosaur Dubiously Honored

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    At my first public sector conference; they are infinitely worse than academic conferences.

    Also, "Gangnam Style" has now been mentioned by three different speakers.

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    HRoi Stylish Dinosaur

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    i swear, the best one i read had under Personal Interests: "Watching and rooting for the World Champion New England Patriots!"


    obviously this was some time ago :lol:

    again, he was applying for a position in Miami. the last time i attended a Miami - New England game in Miami, it was MNF and there wasn't a Patriot fan left in my section by the 4th quarter....they had all been tossed for fighting with Miami fans (along with the Miami fans of course), or left early because they didn't want to fight Miami fans. just to give you some context on how that resume would have been received anywhere south of Palm Beach County
     
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  7. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Stylish Dinosaur

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    My resume is fucking awesome. And everything on it is technically true.
     


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    FUCK Christmas!
     


  9. StephenHero

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    I was at the library tonight and I splashed some water on my pants' crotch while emptying out a water bottle in a way that totally looked like I wet myself, so I had to apply more water on my pants to make it look like I got my pants wet doing something else.
     
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  10. in stitches

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    did you use that as an opportunity to actually wet yourself, since people were going to think that anyways?
     


  11. JayJay

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    Sorry to hear this, Stitch. Hope you feel better.
     


  12. in stitches

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    Thanks, buddy. Much appreciated.
     


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    feel better meng. I wish I could go there, give you a nice warm bath, and scrub that bear of a body of yours all over, dress you up, tuck you in and do a reach around while you're lying there with me nibbling your soft earlobe. :nodding:


    wait... I kinda know what your work is. wtf indeed! :lol:
     


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    In my experience that doesn't always work
     


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    acidboy Stylish Dinosaur

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    okay this is bad.... some of you might remember, during my time off from work last month one of our staff had some kind of mental breakdown at work- speaking gibberish and was kinda spaced out. she went on a leave and did some tests and all that. well she reported to work monday, and I asked for her medical files just to make sure she's getting proper treatment and all.
    as an aside, I do this because one thing about living in the 3rd world where universal health care is at a bare minimum- you could end up with a fuck up of a doctor that will just give you their equivalence of "take 2 aspirins and call me in the morning" even if you're literally dying right in front of him

    this staff of ours has been here even before I started working here and she's like family. so anyway, I showed the mri result to a sibling of mine who happens to be an specialist in that field, and she just told me that it doesn't look good- as in she probably has brain tumor, and its pretty big and spreading. I've personally arranged for her to see a neuro-oncologist first thing in the morning tomorrow, and from what I've been told, she'll probably be admitted immediately for a biopsy.

    she doesn't know how possibly severe her condition is. Its more prudent for the doctor to tell her, and I don't wanna scare her by telling her what may or may not have. but today is probably her last day to work here, after more than 2 decades. everyone in the office is bummed out, like how you know a family member is dying. life indeed sucks sometimes. fuck.
     


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