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>From: Buck & Tilly Buchanan[SMTP:writer -at- dhc -dot- net]
>Sent: Friday, May 16, 1997 9:40 PM
>To: Nicholas Russon
>Cc: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
>Subject: Re: Resume ideas
>Nicholas Russon wrote:
>> One of the most pretentious resumes I've ever received
>My worst was when I was Chief Pilot for North Cay Airways in Puerto Rico
>The applicant was 21 years old. Claimed 8,000 hours in a DC-3. Hell, I
>don't think he was 8,000 hours old!
>His resume was professionally bound with a 4 x 6 picture on the front
>Inside was a gold Cross pencil with my name engraved on it and his cover
>letter promised the matching pen for me at the interview.
>I don't know if he would have followed through on the promise or not. I
>never met him.
>writer -at- dhc -dot- net