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Did I mention how much i suck?

I didn't get the jobs I interviewed for this week. I suck i suck i suck. I was just getting better at my bullshit answers. I'm so frustraited. arrrggggg.

on a funnier note--
Last night Ginger, Sam and I went to Linda's and this guy who apparently normally works the door was all drunk and came over to our table. Sam says he was hitting on him. Well this dude picked up some cellophane from off the table, it was the plastic from a pack of cigarettes the people who were at our table before us had left, and this drunk guy got all pissed off thinking it was drugs. "You don't bring drugs in here!" he scolded us and he confiscated the plastic like he was a fucking high school police officer or nark. We tried to tell him, "dude it's just plastic" but he didn't believe us and he left in a huff. Then he called Sam's cellphone a bit later after realizing that it was just trash. Jackass didn't even apoligize. It was hilarious but I'm a bit offended, not for being accused of having drugs but being accused of being so careless about drugs. Like we'd just have them lying about on the table and then just let this asshole walk out of the bar with them. We're not stupid. What an idiot. It was quite entertaining though.

alright I feel a bit better now. :)



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Jul. 30th, 2005 12:52 am (UTC)
Dude, the Career Center fails.

Maybe you should mock interview it?
Jul. 30th, 2005 02:25 am (UTC)
I'm sorry.
Yeah, not getting a job after what seemed a good interview is one big fat drag. A fact of life on this planet is something the career-counseling types never tell you: Getting a non-servile job is almost all about connections. It's sad but true, has always been so and will continue to be.

Abilities, skills and talents pale in comparison to the cliché "It's who you know." (Or, as we used to say back in the '60s, "It's not who you know; it's who you blow.") The situation is not hopeless, but it means you'll have to be twice as qualified as the next-best applicant and hope they're not related to anybody in management.

Moving right along. . . . That's a weird scene you've described, regarding the fellow making a public accusation of criminal activity when no evidence of such wrongdoing existed. I didn't quite follow the "who's who" part of that anecdote, but it seems to me the accusatory person needs to be visited by some tough blokes who can "explain the benefits" of logical thought.


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