How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


The recruiter had something to take care of. She'll call me back in ten minutes. She promised that "it wouldn't take long".

Here's my fantasy:
She did google me, found my blog, and is impressed with the way I write and she also poked around on the site I put together, and was pleased and impressed with what she saw.
She's currently hammering out the details with Brett Spodak, and when she calls back, she'll be offering me the job.

Please? Pretty please? That means that LJ will be responsible, in part, for me getting this job. That'd be awesome.

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