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Comment: Re:oh boy! (Score 2) 253

Over the years I've adopted a few rules dealing with 3rd party recruiters:
* No fishing. If you don't have an actual job to talk to me about I've got better things to do
* It's my job search. I don't need you to manage my job search. I'm not going to tell you everywhere I've applied already.
* No meet 'n greet's. We can have face-time after you've secured me an interview
* 10 minute rule. Without an actual job description from your client(s) everything we need to discuss can be done in 10 minutes.

Comment: Re:Having used both (Score 1) 314

by Nothing2Chere (#46347829) Attached to: Ford Dumping Windows For QNX In New Vehicles

Why do the Japanese have more faith in American manufacturing than the "American" car companies?

It's because of Japanese Engineering. They've got their procedures perfected, and it's cheaper (tariffs have already been noted) to do the engineering in Japan and the manufacturing in the USA.

n2ch

Comment: Re:i don't know... (Score 1) 978

by Nothing2Chere (#43146495) Attached to: Game Site Wonders 'What Next?' When 50% of Users Block Ads

Allow visitors to pay some (reasonably small) sum to get rid of advertisements.

The first year I paid for a Pandora subscription my music listening experience changed. I hadn't even realized how much interruption I was really getting until it wasn't there. Now I recommend it to everyone I know who uses their service.

n2ch

Comment: Re:Not legal here. (Score 1) 286

by Nothing2Chere (#42305015) Attached to: Baltimore Issued Speed Camera Ticket To Motionless Car

As a driver I've many times let someone "steal" my right of way since that seemed preferable to being in an accident

I do something similar but different. I sometimes let someone "steal" 45% of my right of way, since that way they will see just how bad of an accident they would have been in if I hadn't actually slammed into the side of their car when it was in front of my big-ass truck. n2ch

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