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Seeking out new life and new civilizations

Platinum Dragon (34829) writes | more than 11 years ago

User Journal 1

It seems there are a bunch of people around this here pile of hacked-together Perl scripts that have been moved enough by things I've posted to mark me down as either a friend or a foe.

It seems there are a bunch of people around this here pile of hacked-together Perl scripts that have been moved enough by things I've posted to mark me down as either a friend or a foe.

In the interests of human communication and filling my mailbox with something other than Brazilian spam, could some of y'all toss me an e-mail just to say "hello" sometime? I'm curious about the people who've taken notice of my existence, fans and freaks all. I know a couple of you over various forms of electronic communication already (hi afxgrin, Boy Plankton, any others whose nicks I should recognize but don't).

ObLifeUpdate:

I'm going to apply for a job I probably have no chance in hell of getting. It's not like I have anything to lose.

Whee.

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Job (1)

Safety Cap (253500) | more than 11 years ago | (#5216271)

You'll probably get it! I found that when I don't really care about the outcome of the interview, I usually get an offier.

Maybe it's because one is more relaxed?

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