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    I like to think of myself as ...

    ... a generous person

    Im the kid giving his hoho's away at lunch

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    AHHAHAHAHAHA, u sure about that Octo ...


    CLive

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    ... a considerate husband

    whenever I borrow my wifes car I always remember to check the trunk for the bags/boxes of clothes/shoes that she ahhhh forgot to bring in the house

    it happened yesterday, and it was kinda funny, what could i say?, shes the only one here with a paycheck at the moment

    I have an interview this morning wish me luck .. pleeeeaaasseee.........

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    Good luck with your job hunt. I can't imagine what it is like to have to look for a job I've been in mine for 15 years and much as I hate it the devil I know is all I want.

    So good luck happy hunting and don't give up good times are around the next corner.

    love ettenaj

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    God luck wiht the job, u got my vote ...


    Clive

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    from ettenaj....
    Good luck with your job hunt.
    thanks, we havent spoke in a while have we?, I remember your e-mail last year being very sweet, anyway .. sounds like CA was alot of fun! take care

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    ... someone who comes prepared ... even if it didnt matter

    today, somebody asked me for the first time in umpteenth interviews looking for a real job, over the last year plus, the question Ive been waiting for

    what do you consider to be your biggest fault?

    the proper answer was loaded and ready to go....

    "I spend too much time maintaining, installing, and repairing systems without getting paid for it"

    she didnt get it, didnt smile a bit, nothing .. just wrote it down

    so much for my cool answer

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    I hate that question...here's hoping you get the job, though!

    Was out of work in my career field for over a year as well - finally got a contract at Walmart.com on their music downloads project, but before that was working so many odd jobs at once I rarely knew what day it was. It sucked and I'm glad it's over, if for only a few month!

    Job vibes for OCTO!

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    ... a pompous self-absorbed know-it-all who sometimes doesnt know when to shut the hell up

    that way I can sometimes catch myself first

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    . . . a little less trifling than the average woman- LOL! Naw, a person who thinks of the needs of others over my own, and most of the time I get kicked in the biscuits for it . . . chocolate BUnT cake, anyone??? ROFLMAO
    "Even the devil may cry when he looks around Hell and realizes that he is all alone"

    Acheron Parthenopaeus

    (Sherrilyn Kenyon, Devil May Cry)



    http://www.wordclay.com/BookStore/BookStoreBookDetails.aspx?bookid=37784

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    from preciousstone75....
    . . . a little less trifling than the average woman- LOL! Naw, a person who thinks of the needs of others over my own, and most of the time I get kicked in the biscuits for it . . . chocolate BUnT cake, anyone??? ROFLMAO
    if I wasnt married Ide come over for a peice of dat cake


    see PS has the idea

    this isnt a self-serving line just for me ya know



    I like to consider myself...

    ... someone who has many good friends that have come to depend on him



    the other day we put a bird feeder in the backyard, its the kind on a slender pole so critters cant climb up to get the goodies, well this one poor squirrel just wouldnt give up, all day long he kept jumping up and sliding back down, if his brain was bigger than a peatnut he would have figured out that the yard was covered in peanuts, but for some reason he had to have the bird seed

    I gave him a 10 for persistance

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