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Jon Peltier

Not completely off topic, and just as ludicrous as the featured bubble chart, is a short passage from a recent column by Dave Barry:


TODAY'S WRITING TIP: In writing a resume, make sure that it is "up to date" and reflects current economic conditions:

WRONG: "I am currently working for a 'dot-com' company."

RIGHT: "I am currently living in an appliance carton."

jack

well i think that this is good sign from your side to present a new observations and by this thought we can achive most of those things which we are still unaware.

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