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

I wunt to coleege

So, Christopher emailed me, I'm locked in for the two four day classes.

Christopher also demonstrated his godlikeness. I requested $1800 for cobol and $1400 for Red Hat, trying to be really nice, cut them a deal, and increase my chances of landing the contract.

So I get an email back, and I skim through, and see that I'm locked in for $2400, so decent chunk less than I requested, but hey, it's money, right?

Then I reread it- I'm locked in for $2400 per class- not for both. $600 dollars a day. In four days, I'll be making more than I made in a month.

Holee shit! ::happyhappyjoydance::

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