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2013-05-25 06:08:22 PM

I Like Shiny Things: downstairs: remus: In High School, I used to help the Manager sift through the applications.  I swear some people are either this stupid, high, or really don't want to actually get hired

Heh, indeed.  My wife does book keeping for a local restaurant, which means she also files all paperwork including resumes.  We have a great time going through them and finding rather bizarre gems.

Thats awesome dude.

Your wife violates privacy rights of employees of the very company that puts food on her table, and then you go and boast about it on a public interwebs forum.

You guys rock.



You REALLY don't want to know what IT guys with access to your email and home directories do on a regular basis.
 
2013-05-25 06:08:41 PM

FuryOfFirestorm: ...

OHMYGODYES. Every time I order a 7 Layer Burrito from Taco Bell, I have to ask them to actually layer the ingredients out in rows so that I don't get a mouthful of sour cream on the first bite and a glob of guacamole on the second bite.


And do  you enjoy eating the layer of spittle (or worse) your request produces?
 
2013-05-25 06:09:35 PM

gnosis301: jehovahs witness protection: THIS is how you keep unemployment benefits coming in.

This, and other minimum wage jobs are more often than not taken by individuals under the age of 18.  These kids should have no need for unemployment.


when my now Ex-wife was rolling the unemployment thing, all she had to do was provide the names of places she applied too, but she never had to provide proof that she actually applied to anything...

Another big reason she is now an EX, she never actually made any real effort to get a job, just the effort to keep the benefits rolling in,

but I digress.... anecdotal evidence. far as I can tell, you don't actually need to fill these damn things out anymore if you are just trying to roll the bennie's....
 
2013-05-25 06:17:35 PM

Cerebral Knievel: gnosis301: jehovahs witness protection: THIS is how you keep unemployment benefits coming in.

This, and other minimum wage jobs are more often than not taken by individuals under the age of 18.  These kids should have no need for unemployment.

when my now Ex-wife was rolling the unemployment thing, all she had to do was provide the names of places she applied too, but she never had to provide proof that she actually applied to anything...

Another big reason she is now an EX, she never actually made any real effort to get a job, just the effort to keep the benefits rolling in,

but I digress.... anecdotal evidence. far as I can tell, you don't actually need to fill these damn things out anymore if you are just trying to roll the bennie's....


I was on unemployment for six months, just had to press "1" to indicate that I was looking for work that week once a week. But leave it to the right to assume this is a "taker" that didn't want the job. I work with a couple tea party members. It must really suck to live through life assuming everyone is trying to cheat the system and take money directly out of their pockets. They are so angry so often.

/turned down a couple minimum wage offers because it was about the same as the unemployment benefits and would have filled my time with meaningless work instead of looking for a job.
 
2013-05-25 06:18:25 PM
David Thorne has ruined humor for the rest of the farktards who think they're funny.

/You BETTER know who David Thorne is, or you deserve to have your Ethernet cords ripped from your house.
 
2013-05-25 06:27:13 PM

Smackledorfer: davidphogan: In college I was a manager at a taco shop, and I would have brought this guy in for an interview.  It was a taco shop, not a place you had to be a rocket surgeon.  If you could write that I'd figure you could handle putting meat, hot sauce, cheese, lettuce, tomato on a shell (in that order).  Compared to most of the applications I saw, that's a huge step up.

Were you able to get your employees to roll the tortillas up properly so burritos aren't separated to one topping per bite?

All the rice on one end and all the sour cream on the other is ridiculous.


I only did that to asshole regulars.  (Like, people who would eat 90% of thier meal, then complain it wasn't made right and demand a refund.  And they'd do this more than once.)

There's no reason a burrito can't be wrapped properly.  It's really, really easy.
 
2013-05-25 06:33:12 PM

jst3p: Cerebral Knievel: gnosis301: jehovahs witness protection: THIS is how you keep unemployment benefits coming in.

This, and other minimum wage jobs are more often than not taken by individuals under the age of 18.  These kids should have no need for unemployment.

when my now Ex-wife was rolling the unemployment thing, all she had to do was provide the names of places she applied too, but she never had to provide proof that she actually applied to anything...

Another big reason she is now an EX, she never actually made any real effort to get a job, just the effort to keep the benefits rolling in,

but I digress.... anecdotal evidence. far as I can tell, you don't actually need to fill these damn things out anymore if you are just trying to roll the bennie's....

I was on unemployment for six months, just had to press "1" to indicate that I was looking for work that week once a week. But leave it to the right to assume this is a "taker" that didn't want the job. I work with a couple tea party members. It must really suck to live through life assuming everyone is trying to cheat the system and take money directly out of their pockets. They are so angry so often.

/turned down a couple minimum wage offers because it was about the same as the unemployment benefits and would have filled my time with meaningless work instead of looking for a job.


I am neither of the right, nor a farking deadbeat tax evading teabagger. I was offering ancedotal evidence of that you don't need to provide proof that you are actually looking for employment as evidenced by the actions of my dead beat ex-wife.

as soon as I finally kicked her ass out, for that, and a lot of other shiat I really don't want to get into, she miraculously found a job and transportation within a week.,

If you were not trying to attack me as a teabagger for making assumptions of deadbeats, I apologize to you, or anyone else that may have come to such a conclusion by my comments regarding my Ex wife.
 
2013-05-25 06:36:07 PM

Cerebral Knievel: jst3p: Cerebral Knievel: gnosis301: jehovahs witness protection: THIS is how you keep unemployment benefits coming in.

This, and other minimum wage jobs are more often than not taken by individuals under the age of 18.  These kids should have no need for unemployment.

when my now Ex-wife was rolling the unemployment thing, all she had to do was provide the names of places she applied too, but she never had to provide proof that she actually applied to anything...

Another big reason she is now an EX, she never actually made any real effort to get a job, just the effort to keep the benefits rolling in,

but I digress.... anecdotal evidence. far as I can tell, you don't actually need to fill these damn things out anymore if you are just trying to roll the bennie's....

I was on unemployment for six months, just had to press "1" to indicate that I was looking for work that week once a week. But leave it to the right to assume this is a "taker" that didn't want the job. I work with a couple tea party members. It must really suck to live through life assuming everyone is trying to cheat the system and take money directly out of their pockets. They are so angry so often.

/turned down a couple minimum wage offers because it was about the same as the unemployment benefits and would have filled my time with meaningless work instead of looking for a job.

I am neither of the right, nor a farking deadbeat tax evading teabagger. I was offering ancedotal evidence of that you don't need to provide proof that you are actually looking for employment as evidenced by the actions of my dead beat ex-wife.

as soon as I finally kicked her ass out, for that, and a lot of other shiat I really don't want to get into, she miraculously found a job and transportation within a week.,

If you were not trying to attack me as a teabagger for making assumptions of deadbeats, I apologize to you, or anyone else that may have come to such a conclusion by my comments regarding my Ex wife.


I was talking about jehovas witness protection.
 
2013-05-25 06:38:19 PM

Glendale: what kind of stupid question is "how did you find out about Taco Bell?"


The kind that helps you allocate your advertising budget.
 
2013-05-25 06:43:07 PM

gnosis301: jehovahs witness protection: THIS is how you keep unemployment benefits coming in.

This, and other minimum wage jobs are more often than not taken by individuals under the age of 18.  These kids should have no need for unemployment.


According to the BLS, about half of minimum wage jobs are held by persons over age 25.
 
2013-05-25 06:44:18 PM
Looks like some moronic, unfunny redditor is trying to get a job.
 
2013-05-25 06:44:48 PM

jst3p: You REALLY don't want to know what IT guys with access to your email and home directories do on a regular basis.


In their copious spare time.
 
2013-05-25 06:45:16 PM
Surprised the old McDonald's application hasn't been posted yet.
I think it's older than the internet.

content.bored.com
 
2013-05-25 06:46:04 PM

MelGoesOnTour: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 231x245]

Judith Light.  Not the best pic of her but you get the idea.  And, yes, she's still MILFy.


Yes. Hell yes.
 
2013-05-25 06:48:25 PM

BarkingUnicorn: Glendale: what kind of stupid question is "how did you find out about Taco Bell?"

The kind that helps you allocate your advertising budget.


I guess, but my answer would probably be "the Taco Bell sign is visible from the street".
 
2013-05-25 06:51:54 PM

jst3p: I was talking about jehovas witness protection.



oh.. okay... sorry again.. I get on edge about these things sometimes...
 
2013-05-25 06:52:26 PM

Cerebral Knievel: jst3p: I was talking about jehovas witness protection.


oh.. okay... sorry again.. I get on edge about these things sometimes...


no sweat
 
2013-05-25 06:54:09 PM

gnosis301: jehovahs witness protection: THIS is how you keep unemployment benefits coming in.

This, and other minimum wage jobs are more often than not taken by individuals under the age of 18.  These kids should have no need for unemployment.


Sorry, friend.  You are demonstrably mistaken with regard to the age of fast food workers.

Across the country, the median age of fast-food workers is over 28, and women -- who make up two-thirds of the industry -- are over 32, according to the BLS.
 
2013-05-25 06:54:11 PM

Glendale: BarkingUnicorn: Glendale: what kind of stupid question is "how did you find out about Taco Bell?"

The kind that helps you allocate your advertising budget.

I guess, but my answer would probably be "the Taco Bell sign is visible from the street".


That tells me the signs are big enough.
 
2013-05-25 07:04:50 PM

REO-Weedwagon: This "like a boss" meme needs to be drowned in a river.


Drowned like a boss.
 
2013-05-25 07:09:36 PM
I thought that it would be way more BOSS than it was. Cute, but not worthy of the BOSS moniker.
 
2013-05-25 07:10:46 PM

the_chief: If we all band together, we can stop Huffpo from autoplaying videos.


Simple browser extensions can stop that. Google is your friend, find one.

Also, never click a UK link; but if you haven't figured that out by now then there are bigger problems.
 
2013-05-25 07:12:12 PM

gimmegimme: gnosis301: jehovahs witness protection: THIS is how you keep unemployment benefits coming in.

This, and other minimum wage jobs are more often than not taken by individuals under the age of 18.  These kids should have no need for unemployment.

Sorry, friend.  You are demonstrably mistaken with regard to the age of fast food workers.

Across the country, the median age of fast-food workers is over 28, and women -- who make up two-thirds of the industry -- are over 32, according to the BLS.


Fark, I'm 32, that's literally like if everyone I knew in high school that worked in fast food back then was still in that job today. When did fast food become a career?
 
2013-05-25 07:12:42 PM

Glendale: gimmegimme: gnosis301: jehovahs witness protection: THIS is how you keep unemployment benefits coming in.

This, and other minimum wage jobs are more often than not taken by individuals under the age of 18.  These kids should have no need for unemployment.

Sorry, friend.  You are demonstrably mistaken with regard to the age of fast food workers.

Across the country, the median age of fast-food workers is over 28, and women -- who make up two-thirds of the industry -- are over 32, according to the BLS.

Fark, I'm 32, that's literally like if everyone I knew in high school that worked in fast food back then was still in that job today. When did fast food become a career?


Since the Republicans broke the back of the middle class in the 1980s.
 
2013-05-25 07:13:04 PM
I screen job applications at work.  Usually tedious, occasionally hilarious, but

SBinRR: Surprised the old McDonald's application hasn't been posted yet.
I think it's older than the internet.

[content.bored.com image 850x1032]


nothing on that caliber.  I don't care if it's fake, I love it.
 
2013-05-25 07:14:00 PM

jst3p: I Like Shiny Things: downstairs: remus: In High School, I used to help the Manager sift through the applications.  I swear some people are either this stupid, high, or really don't want to actually get hired

Heh, indeed.  My wife does book keeping for a local restaurant, which means she also files all paperwork including resumes.  We have a great time going through them and finding rather bizarre gems.

Thats awesome dude.

Your wife violates privacy rights of employees of the very company that puts food on her table, and then you go and boast about it on a public interwebs forum.

You guys rock.


You REALLY don't want to know what IT guys with access to your email and home directories do on a regular basis.


I'm one of those IT guys.  We don't do what people think we do.  Why?  Because we know that upper management can easily fire and replace someone who knows how to run a network and fix PEBCAK errors.  They're more hesitant to replace some paper-pushing professional staffer with a graduate education, that they play pickup basketball games with on the weekend, and who babysits their kids.
 
2013-05-25 07:18:00 PM

gimmegimme: gnosis301: jehovahs witness protection: THIS is how you keep unemployment benefits coming in.

This, and other minimum wage jobs are more often than not taken by individuals under the age of 18.  These kids should have no need for unemployment.

Sorry, friend.  You are demonstrably mistaken with regard to the age of fast food workers.

Across the country, the median age of fast-food workers is over 28, and women -- who make up two-thirds of the industry -- are over 32, according to the BLS.


Yep.. that is another point.. there was a time and place when jobs like that where traditionally held by teenagers, but that time is long gone... also.. remember when paperboys where kids on bikes at 5 am?  that job is now mostly held by 60+ year old retirees.., or.. y'know.. the same people who actually read newspapers nowadays  HEYO!!!! {S rimshot

jst3p: Cerebral Knievel: jst3p: I was talking about jehovas witness protection.


oh.. okay... sorry again.. I get on edge about these things sometimes...

no sweat


word..

internet fist bump


I don't know if I have much room to talk, or.. I have lots of advice to give.. the longest time I was ever unemployed... ever.. was about 6 months.. back in the late 90's.. never collected benefits.. I was out of work for that long because it was a weird situation that got me there, and I was depressed for that amount of time after the strange situation. got back to work.. and have switched careers twice since with my longest period of unemployment during that time was less than 24 hours.. I've been with my current job for about 15 years now..  and I know if shiat went south over night, I have about 10 options available to me in my field, or related..
And I do not have a formal education... everything I have ever done has been vocational / manufacturing in nature..

now granted.. I work in the craft brewing industry, and have done so for the past 15 years, am known, and I like to think respected, amongst my peers


what I'm trying to say over all is that when I grow up.. I want to be a consultant..
 
2013-05-25 07:22:54 PM

red5ish: From Reddit to BuzzFeed to Huffington Post to FARK.

WTF.


First saw this on imgur....same with a bunch of stories from 'news sites'.
 
2013-05-25 07:23:33 PM

HotWingAgenda: jst3p: I Like Shiny Things: downstairs: remus: In High School, I used to help the Manager sift through the applications.  I swear some people are either this stupid, high, or really don't want to actually get hired

Heh, indeed.  My wife does book keeping for a local restaurant, which means she also files all paperwork including resumes.  We have a great time going through them and finding rather bizarre gems.

Thats awesome dude.

Your wife violates privacy rights of employees of the very company that puts food on her table, and then you go and boast about it on a public interwebs forum.

You guys rock.


You REALLY don't want to know what IT guys with access to your email and home directories do on a regular basis.

I'm one of those IT guys.  We don't do what people think we do.  Why?  Because we know that upper management can easily fire and replace someone who knows how to run a network and fix PEBCAK errors.  They're more hesitant to replace some paper-pushing professional staffer with a graduate education, that they play pickup basketball games with on the weekend, and who babysits their kids.


It depends on the size of the company, but some of us assuredly do.
 
2013-05-25 07:24:45 PM

BarkingUnicorn: Koodz: redsquid: What happened to job applications? They used to be a simple one or two page affair- now they're freaking novels. Do you really need the address of my elementary school? My wife was looking to take a position with a high end national retail outfit. The online application process took 4 hours!

I started to apply for an engineering job whose application literally asked my high school major. I decided I didn't want to work for a firm that institutionally stupid.

The app may have been very old, from a time when enginneering jobs required only a HS education.  Or it may have been designed for both college-educated and HS-educated positions and applicants.

What's stupid is walking away from an opportunity when all you had to do was leave that space blank.  If it wasn't significant, the reader wouldn't care.


The HR drone would put it aside since it was incomplete. Remember they want to show that they are a vital asset by keeping the low life applicants out.

It's a reason that they ask dumb questions that don't involve any aspect of the job and pick the ones that entertain them the most
 
2013-05-25 07:37:39 PM

drake113: I once filled out a job application, and under "Former Employment" I put "Bermuda Triangle Search and Rescue Team, 4 years (1987-1954).

They called me back for an interview.


I'm gonna have to steal that one.
 
2013-05-25 07:46:32 PM

drake113: I once filled out a job application, and under "Former Employment" I put "Bermuda Triangle Search and Rescue Team, 4 years (1987-1954).

They called me back for an interview.


Your jib...I happen to like the cut of it.
 
2013-05-25 07:49:35 PM

jst3p: I Like Shiny Things: downstairs: remus: In High School, I used to help the Manager sift through the applications.  I swear some people are either this stupid, high, or really don't want to actually get hired

Heh, indeed.  My wife does book keeping for a local restaurant, which means she also files all paperwork including resumes.  We have a great time going through them and finding rather bizarre gems.

Thats awesome dude.

Your wife violates privacy rights of employees of the very company that puts food on her table, and then you go and boast about it on a public interwebs forum.

You guys rock.


You REALLY don't want to know what IT guys with access to your email and home directories do on a regular basis.


I'm also applying for google, got any tips?
 
2013-05-25 07:56:24 PM

BumpInTheNight: jst3p: I Like Shiny Things: downstairs: remus: In High School, I used to help the Manager sift through the applications.  I swear some people are either this stupid, high, or really don't want to actually get hired

Heh, indeed.  My wife does book keeping for a local restaurant, which means she also files all paperwork including resumes.  We have a great time going through them and finding rather bizarre gems.

Thats awesome dude.

Your wife violates privacy rights of employees of the very company that puts food on her table, and then you go and boast about it on a public interwebs forum.

You guys rock.


You REALLY don't want to know what IT guys with access to your email and home directories do on a regular basis.

I'm also applying for google, got any tips?


Don't plan on having a life outside of work, but a few year there is good for the resume.
 
2013-05-25 07:59:56 PM
This thread is depressing, because I'm a nobody looking for enough work just to earn some money and move to a larger city with more work and technical classes (welding). It is difficult to wear a facade of pretending that I have any interest in a given corporation when all I really want is enough pecuniary mores to get by, since I can barely afford the basics right now and could wind up homeless with one financial emergency. I also pretend that the emotional fatigue has no bearing on me, but in truth, it takes a damn force of will to keep up the effort to convince a manager that I'm worth hiring. I look around and feel at times that I am the only person struggling not to get ahead, but just to stay afloat, though I know that I am not. While I try not to be ungrateful for any work since having work is a sacred thing, simply knowing that the work for which I apply is meaningless, dead-end, superficial, shallow, and fit only for social nobodies such as I is disheartening.

/Rant over. Sorry, had to vent steam somewhere
 
2013-05-25 08:03:47 PM
You have to wonder if some of these are just someone meeting unemployment job application quotas..
 
2013-05-25 08:04:08 PM

Skywolf the Scribbler: This thread is depressing, because I'm a nobody looking for enough work just to earn some money and move to a larger city with more work and technical classes (welding). It is difficult to wear a facade of pretending that I have any interest in a given corporation when all I really want is enough pecuniary mores to get by, since I can barely afford the basics right now and could wind up homeless with one financial emergency. I also pretend that the emotional fatigue has no bearing on me, but in truth, it takes a damn force of will to keep up the effort to convince a manager that I'm worth hiring. I look around and feel at times that I am the only person struggling not to get ahead, but just to stay afloat, though I know that I am not. While I try not to be ungrateful for any work since having work is a sacred thing, simply knowing that the work for which I apply is meaningless, dead-end, superficial, shallow, and fit only for social nobodies such as I is disheartening.

/Rant over. Sorry, had to vent steam somewhere


You should write shill online reviews for extra cash.
 
2013-05-25 08:08:17 PM

IamTomJoad: The best answer I ever encountered from a job applicant.

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL: 911, unless I am bleeding real bad then for gods sakes see if there is a doctor in the house.

I hired the kid


*snerk*
Don't blame you...kid has a grasp of reality.
 
2013-05-25 08:18:37 PM

Skywolf the Scribbler: This thread is depressing, because I'm a nobody looking for enough work just to earn some money and move to a larger city with more work and technical classes (welding). It is difficult to wear a facade of pretending that I have any interest in a given corporation when all I really want is enough pecuniary mores to get by, since I can barely afford the basics right now and could wind up homeless with one financial emergency. I also pretend that the emotional fatigue has no bearing on me, but in truth, it takes a damn force of will to keep up the effort to convince a manager that I'm worth hiring. I look around and feel at times that I am the only person struggling not to get ahead, but just to stay afloat, though I know that I am not. While I try not to be ungrateful for any work since having work is a sacred thing, simply knowing that the work for which I apply is meaningless, dead-end, superficial, shallow, and fit only for social nobodies such as I is disheartening.

/Rant over. Sorry, had to vent steam somewhere


You're not the only one who has felt or does feel that way.  If you gotta vent, by all means, vent.

But if you can, try to do *something* outside of the disheartening job search that you give a damn about.  If it's something you could eventually make a few dollars or a few decent connections out of, even better.

[internethug.jpg]

/because my GIS isn't working now
//seriously, WTF
 
2013-05-25 08:19:20 PM

HotWingAgenda: I'm one of those IT guys. We don't do what people think we do. Why?


Heh, I was one for 12 years. Why?  'Cause we really don't give a shiat who the cow-orkers are screwing. 'You all' aren't that interesting.

[csb] The network assistant flagged me over one day, mentioned that the admin changed the email server password (routine 6 month thing). Within two hours of having done so, the CEO took him aside and told him not to do that. (!) [/csb]
 
2013-05-25 08:23:25 PM

allauthors: FuryOfFirestorm: ...

OHMYGODYES. Every time I order a 7 Layer Burrito from Taco Bell, I have to ask them to actually layer the ingredients out in rows so that I don't get a mouthful of sour cream on the first bite and a glob of guacamole on the second bite.

And do  you enjoy eating the layer of spittle (or worse) your request produces?


Indeed. It makes it taste so much better! Thanks for asking!
 
2013-05-25 08:29:12 PM
There was a time when being overqualified for such a position was a negative because you'd just stop showing up once you got work at a real job.
 
2013-05-25 08:33:03 PM

MelGoesOnTour: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 231x245]

Judith Light.  Not the best pic of her but you get the idea.  And, yes, she's still MILFy.


4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-05-25 08:40:41 PM
I was expecting so much more. That was pretty lame.
 
2013-05-25 08:41:36 PM

FuryOfFirestorm: Smackledorfer: davidphogan: In college I was a manager at a taco shop, and I would have brought this guy in for an interview.  It was a taco shop, not a place you had to be a rocket surgeon.  If you could write that I'd figure you could handle putting meat, hot sauce, cheese, lettuce, tomato on a shell (in that order).  Compared to most of the applications I saw, that's a huge step up.

Were you able to get your employees to roll the tortillas up properly so burritos aren't separated to one topping per bite?

All the rice on one end and all the sour cream on the other is ridiculous.

OHMYGODYES. Every time I order a 7 Layer Burrito from Taco Bell, I have to ask them to actually layer the ingredients out in rows so that I don't get a mouthful of sour cream on the first bite and a glob of guacamole on the second bite.


I try to never be high maintenance; I don't want them to spit in my food.
 
2013-05-25 08:43:59 PM

Big_Doofus: I was expecting so much more. That was pretty lame.


That article was totally unnecessary.  All you really need to know when filling out an application for a job at Taco Bell is not to mention $2 bills.
 
2013-05-25 08:45:32 PM

gimmegimme: gnosis301: jehovahs witness protection: THIS is how you keep unemployment benefits coming in.

This, and other minimum wage jobs are more often than not taken by individuals under the age of 18.  These kids should have no need for unemployment.

Sorry, friend.  You are demonstrably mistaken with regard to the age of fast food workers.

Across the country, the median age of fast-food workers is over 28, and women -- who make up two-thirds of the industry -- are over 32, according to the BLS.


Haha, surely if this were true, then these people would be paid a living wage, right?  After all, every time people talk about raising the minimum wage, we're told that only kids hold minimum wage jobs, right?

/ my Weeners was a bit of a troll.
 
2013-05-25 08:46:23 PM

MelGoesOnTour: Elegy: This is what passes for "like a boss?"

Kids these days.

Who's the Boss?

/yep, that gal who starred in it was quite wood-worthy back in the day.
//and, yep, I can still get a boner thinking about Dorothy Stratton,
///get offa my, er, whatever-it's-called


HufPo is the Fark bible of record.
 
2013-05-25 08:51:18 PM
StreetlightInTheGhetto:

Thank you for the sympathy, yet my aegis requires college education, which is far to grave a financial pitfall to be worth the risk of not being able to pay back the loan. I have abandoned that endeavor, unless I could afford it out of pocket. Most other ambitions these days require one to be licensed, bonded, insured, with previous experience and rapport; without these credentials, an individual is considered a nobody worthy only of the most insignificant work. Any dreams of doing something 'transcendental' or 'world-changing' are ill harbored with slim odds of being met without significant pelf, and most business pursuits are superficial with a desire only for profit. It was foolhardy to ever consider doing anything worthwhile--few people have the means to do so. There is nothing new under the sun, the works of one person are oft forgotten within several generations, and all is vanity. If I could just do some honest work and earn a decent living, maybe become self-employed, it would be enough.
 
2013-05-25 08:58:17 PM

The Southern Dandy: NewportBarGuy: Desired Wage: "minimum"

There ya go! Good for you!

Who knew?  And all this time I've been putting "Maximum Wage".  Duh!


It can sometimes get confusing because "minimum wage" and "maximum penetration" can often mean the same thing.

/I'm kidding! Having no minimum wage or getting paid less than minimum wage is closer to maximum penetration.
 
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