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At 04:45 PM 04/05/2000 -0700, Secara, Maggie wrote:
>Or just pick a different example. Sure, they said, "worst" but will they
>know if it isn't your absolute worst? Is it lying to select from your
>past, especially if you aren't comfortable with talking about this? If it
>is, who cares?
My problem is that every other boss I've had was absolutely wonderful.
(I've been VERY fortunate.) It was only the liar and the crook with whom I
had problems, and those were the only problems. So there aren't a whole
lot of examples to conjure up.
But thank you very much for your suggestion ... It would have been perfect
had I not had so many perfect boss. (And thanks again for all your
selfless and priceless help on the MS-Word list.)