Re: [Net-Gold] Re: Creative retellings of life work histories
- That is far too complex of a maneuver
for me, the computer illiterate,
(but that IS NOT on my resume) Brad.
I didn't know NetGold HAD a main page.
According to my resume, I could work for
the Pentagon hacking into other government's
LOL. God, I crack myself up.
Here you go, Kristina. Any time you delete a post
just go the the main page of Net-Gold and click on
Net-Gold : Net-Gold
Message 11395 of 11413
Date: Tue Feb 28, 2006 7:10 am
Subject: If you like fiction, read job resumes
If you like fiction, read job resumes
Tuesday, February 28, 2006
If you ask me about my college education,
I might tell you I majored in
English. Which I did.
Actually, I have a bachelor's degree in
education. But I always thought
implying that I had a B.A. in English
sounded a little more, well,
And it isn't really a lie, is it? I mean,
I did take a lot of English classes, and I
did teach English for a while. But what
kind of person would you think I am?
Robert Feldman, a professor of psychology
at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst,
studies how and when people are
In other words, why they lie. Do you know
what he calls someone who consistently
stretches the truth?
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