There are replies you may not give. There are comments you may not make. There are truths you may not tell, in the world of public relations, for the public are fickle, and behave as a mob.
De Minimis April 28, at 3: I wanted to let him know to look at us again if his schedule changed in later semesters. Kyrielle April 28, at 3: Artemesia April 28, at 2: Any situation where you are dismissed without being interviewed in person the letter means nothing at all about how you impressed them or your credentials.
Hiring decisions often get made for reasons that have nothing to do with the quality of your application and credentials e. This is where your office would be. If you get the job, this would be your office.
Of course, I also kept trying to take their cats home with me, so clearly I had the inside track on what my parents were thinking. Kristine April 28, at 2: Only in my not-very-recent dreams! Not because I want to buy another house aie, please no, I like the one we are in!
They would not have dared. The place with the giant moose head hanging in the two-story entryway…my only concern was what the mounting for it had done to the wall behind it, but the real estate agent we were working with refused to walk under it, she was worried it would come down.
I was just worried what it took to keep it there, and what the wall would look like without it. They had photos of the outside — it was nice! They had photos of the inside — it was gorgeous. The lot was three acres.
The price was in our range, which is how it turned up on my search. So I asked to see it, explicitly because I wanted to know what they were hiding.
The side of the house covered in plywood for over half its area, because the siding had presumably rotted and come off. I feel bad for the previous owners.
Sigrid That is a hilarious story. Growing through the closet! This is definitely good reason to always take a closer, in person look! ThursdaysGeek My neighbor and I love to walk through houses as they are being built in our area.
My mom and I used to go to open houses for fun when I was a kid. Stranger than fiction April 28, at 2: I did something similar when my parents were shopping for a car. Jillociraptor April 28, at 2: When we worked with a broker and were looking at rentals, he told us the same thing!
On the other hand, you see agents encouraging you to think about how your furniture would fit, how you would get to work, etc. The psychology of this is so interesting. Kyrielle April 28, at 4: Jadelyn April 28, at 4: I was really glad he was there to rein me in like that, tbh. Lindsay J May 2, at 4:FREE COURSE THE WORLD, THE JEWS AND THE SCIENCE OF HUMAN SURVIVAL Anti-Semitism, division, separation, violent conflicts and a general breakdown of the institutions of human society.
Writing in too much detail about your illness, disability, any other bodily functions. Detailed meaningful discussion of what this physical condition has meant to you and your life is a great thing to write about.
You’re Not Losing Fat Because You’re Eating Too Damn Much. Even When You Don’t Think You Are. Let Me Show You. By Aadam on August 30, Really useful post. I think one thing we can do is encourage each-other to make sure our constructive feedback is really constructive.
I like the concept of a ‘feedback sandwich’: if you want to offer someone a criticism, sandwich it between two compliments.
As you can see from the chart, the percentage of Americans who had a “great deal” or a “fair amount” of trust in the news media has declined from over 70 percent shortly after . I have long called myself a social conservative. I think it is very important to have standards for behaviour (etiquette) and defined roles.
The problems with this system is not that it exists, but the lack of flexibility and the value placed on them.