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I have been lurking for some time, and now have $0.02.=20
Rick Stien asks:=20
"I was quite surprised. I wouldn't take a job I didn't think I =
through on. Who would? I hadn't mentioned anything about my =
although I do wear a wedding ring. Would he have said this to a =
can't imagine it. So now I'm wondering if I didn't get the job =
a woman and he thinks women are unreliable.
Have any of you men ever been told something like this?"
Yes, I have. In the military, my commander once mentioned to me
that the single officers are lucky in that they have fewer
conflicts with some of odd hours of work and outside =
activities. I was married with three kids.
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