I find it fascinating that you'd get a form with Julian dates.
(And, yes, all for jobs from home thingies -- and REALLY know about correcting
other people's boo-boos. Russ should tell you about his time doing data entry
for the Edutainment Catalog. While he didn't process as many names off the
phone logs as some -- HIS had no mistakes.)
LOL… You crack me up!
I work for a company that has a contract
with TMHP (Texas Medicaid) and I enter Medicaid claims. We have several
forms that we have to work with and they each have dates. One of the
forms uses a Julian date but the others use regular dates. I have to use
the most recent date of the valid forms so I have to be able to compare the
dates. This would be the simplified explanation… The
challenge comes in when I have to correct the crazy stuff that the other
It really sounds a lot more interesting
than it really is! It’s actually quite boring. I just do it
because I can work from home with a really flexible schedule and that works
with my schedule right now (kids, doctors, etc.). I’m flattered
that you’re so interested! Thanks!
From: CentralTexasGeocach ers@yahoogroups. com
[mailto:CentralTexa sGeocachers@ yahoogroups. com] On Behalf Of Barb Jernigan
Sent: Thursday, November 02, 2006
To: CentralTexasGeocach ers@yahoogroups. com
Subject: Re: [CentralTexasGeocac hers]
OT: For all you computer people out there...
My curiosity is generally pretty patient. =g=
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Actually, the true gourmet, like the true artist, is one of the unhappiest
creatures existent. His trouble comes from so seldom finding what he constantly
seeks: perfection. --Ludwig Bemelmans