Dammit, I'll be working! I better get OT for this.
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"Navy Invents E-reader that is Secure, Meets its Needs; Hated By People Who Will Never See or Use It"
Does this mean I should stop having my dwarves smelt it into iron bars?
With Michael, Neil and Amber on board, this project has a very intriguing pedigree and I think stands a good chance at being something original and fresh. At the same time, the vampire story is feeling a little worn-out at this particular time, which might make it a hard sell for some. My question is, will Amber Benson marry me?
This is an insane statement devoid of logic or fact.
Managing is its own skill set. I am perfectly qualified to hire my own manager, and in fact have done so several times always with success. I am capable of managing if need be, but I really do not wish to do so. As a result I'm quite happy to let someone else deal with that headache.
As for the OP, I suggest two things. I'd suggest asking them what they view their top priority as your manager to be. The correct answer is something on the lines of supporting his/her team. I also have had great success is asking slightly off-the-wall questions - for instance, I've asked candidates to give me a good reason to not hire them. I use those questions as a truth test. If they actually think about the question and give something of an honest answer, they've passed. If they give some corporate BS non-answer, move on, you don't want them.
Regardless, football remains a normal, healthy, wholesome activity. Video games, on the other hand, still turn out maladjusted serial killers.
I have waiting for patches to install. They always seem to take forever.
They do not make money. The median net loss of each of the Division 1A schools' athletic programs is in the vicinity of $7 million annually.