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On 4/17/05, Donna Marino <domarino -at- earthlink -dot- net> wrote:
> I've been unemployed since December, and although I've diligently looked
> for a job, nothing has come up. I don't even hear back from employers when
> I send them my resume. And if I do, their rates are ridiculously low. Is
> anyone else experiencing the same thing? I'm wondering if this is just my
> experience or the state of the market in general.
My daughter bought a pure-bred persian once (smushed nose). I told her
to blow up his butt to see if his nose would pop out, but sometimes
she has no sense of adventure. -- Some HATTer
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