Archive for April, 2007
Note: I’ve chosen to write “résumé” as “resume” throughout this article. I don’t know if I should feel bad for those who have to read resumes regularly or if I should be envious. The process is simultaneously painful and humorous. Apparently, the majority of schools (high schools and colleges/universities) do not teach anything about resumes [...]
Another string cheese riddle: “What has a thousand ears but can’t hear?” I rounded and guessed Congress, but the correct answer was a cornfield.
Apparently MySpace sends out newsletters (or is this a new thing?). Gmail considered it spam; I agree.
“Murky Gallop” – Oil – 20″x16″ I had an idea for a painting (that would have been nothing like this) and was browsing Deviant Art for some additional ideas, when I came across a photo of a horse jumping. Besides the cool-factor in medieval times, I don’t think too much about horses, but the photo [...]
As a capitalist country, we all seem to be trained to shy away from anything that might be socialist. “Healthcare for everyone? That’s crazy talk!” We think certain people don’t deserve healthcare, because of any number of factors. We might think that poor people are lazy, so they should not have quality health care. Or [...]