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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by waif, Apr 25, 2008.
I'm starting to warm to his charms.
Sweep me off my feet, Cornholio.
You've already made that clear. Move on.
Thank you. Gracias. Kiitos. Köszönöm. Merci. MTF.
More fucking gifts
How am I going to fit all this shit in my suitcases
only if you use it as a springboard for a superbowl sex romp
40 minutes left until funemployment starts
I'm starting to get really stressed out about that job interview I did last week. I haven't gotten a reply from them yet. Granted, they said "We'll get back to you in a week or so" and today marked exactly a week since I did the interview, but despite that I'm wondering what's going on. I know exactly who I'm competing with and I never had much confidence that I would get this job in the first place; those other folks are perfectly capable in my opinion. It would just be sort of annoying not to get this job, since I'll end up being a walking cliche, namely one of those people with an advanced degree in philosophy who delivers your pizzas. If I don't get this job I'll just have to accept some prole work. I really want to make some money and move to a better part of the Phoenix metro area (I still have a buttload of savings though.) In the meantime I better start putting together some applications for PhD programs. I feel like I probably have things to look forward to in my life, but right now I feel like I'm stuck in limbo.
Call the employer back tomorrow or friday.
You should really try to make fewer stupid posts, it is a bit excessive.
I've been thinking about doing that. Is that generally a good thing to do? I haven't done many interviews in my life. Most of the time I've gotten jobs because I've known the right people or I had enough experience in the particular job that the employer didn't even see a need to interview me.
The problem with this is that naturally I don't deem my own posts stupid. In that case I wouldn't post them. So it's all back to opinions, and they're always subjective. Surely you must understand this.
Cyth: the one thing I've learned from working in a university is this...things move horrendously slow. If they tell you Monday, expect it to be Friday.
Yeah i think as long as you don't call back too early or sound pushy when you call back, it's generally a good thing to show them you really care about the opening. Maybe they'll interpret it as a sign of initiative too, which is always a good quality for an employee.
This really applies anywhere unless they really need someone immediately.
Cyth: You should usually call back if you have waited the alotted time frame and they haven't responded to you. I usually wait an extra day or two though.
My best friend throughout middle school and high school's dad was shot and killed by my friend's oldest brother today.
Goddamnit I remember that guy cheering for me when I played little league. I has a sad.
At least they contacted you back, employers are usually not that courteous from my experience.
Even worse with the french. Everybody is equipped with supercomputers, yet everything is bizarrely done on paper.
Didn't realize that I switched shifts with someone else and ended up coming in four hours earlier then I needed to.
You were played by your co-worker.
FACK I'm still really drunk from last night and I have to do all my moving stuff today because I put it off until the last minute GODDANGIT!