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Jun 17, 2013
Some years ago I thought it would be cool to have a bumper sticker which read: "contrary to popular opinion, bulls**t is still bulls**t" but then I realized that people might think I was lying...
 
 
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Jun 17, 2013
Some years ago I thought it would be cool to have a bumper sticker which read: "contrary to popular opinion, bulls**t is still bulls**t" but then I realized that people might think I was lying...
 
 
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Jun 17, 2013
What?? Not an honest bone in his body? What the heck is he doing looking for a 'job'. He should join politics...


And I am little bit worried that PHB is walking around with coffee for the past few days. Has he got a death-wish or something invading Wally's turf like that? :O
 
 
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Jun 16, 2013
Ouch! The truth hurts. I've always been honest on my resumes and in interviews--and ended up working with incompetent people who weren't. I read a stat once that said employers think something like 75% of applicants lie on their resumes. In other words, they assume you are lying, which puts the honest candidate at a disadvantage. Not only doesn't she look as good as the liar, but the employer assumes the skills and abilities she has are much lower than the resume states.
 
 
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Jun 16, 2013
Great, encourage the boss to bring him aboard.. Honesty compels you, my dearest little Dilbert..
 
 
 
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