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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Had an interview last week

Actually 3 interviews at the same company. Had to make three separate trips of 40 minutes each way, two of them the same day. With any luck I'll be doing manual labor by next week.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Top Ten Benefits to Unemployment

10) Sleep in every day

9) Plenty of time to read

8) No powerpoint clipart

7) Watching Heroes episodes back-to-back

6) Food stamps. You eat better than people that work for a living, with the exception of drug dealers, who have to spend cash discreetly

5) Sitting on a park bench, watching little girls with bad intent

4) Personal Hygiene is optional

3) Pants are optional

2) No bills to pay

1)No taxes

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

This is what's wrong with our schools.


Hairstyles "designed to attract attention to the individual or to disrupt the orderly conduct of the classroom or campus (are) not permitted,"
"students who dress and groom themselves neatly, and in an acceptable and appropriate manner, are more likely to become constructive members of the society in which we live."

Are these people getting creepier, or am I becoming more radicalized?

UPDATE: Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's me.

This is what's wrong with our culture.

(12:28:02 PM) Will: This country lost its way, Michael, and after years of economic research and light historical reading, I've pinpointed the exact moment when all hope for America vanished.
(12:28:19 PM) Will: The year was 1939
(12:28:33 PM) Will: and Shirley Temple declined the role of Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz
(12:28:51 PM) Will: Damn you, Franklin Delano Roosevelt
(12:28:55 PM) Will: Damn you to hell

Friday, January 08, 2010

This is what's wrong with our foreign policy.

Ms. Davis-Packard studied in Yemen during the summer of 2008. She is a Ph.D. student in international affairs at the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins.


Small Businesses Blame Economists for Recession

I had an interview today. It went pretty well. The first person I spoke to told me that they had massive layoffs last year, when the stimulus package was announced and everyone stopped construction projects.