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Old 08-11-2012, 12:39 AM
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thank you all for your input
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Old 08-11-2012, 04:10 AM
Location: Out West
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I'm so confused...what happened here? Was this resolved or not?

OP, I in no way mean this as an insult, it's simply a question: Is English your first language? If not, we should have more patience. If it is...maybe a class or two will be beneficial.

Edit: Now I'm REALLY confused! OP, I looked at your profile trying to see if you came from somewhere else and I found this post from 2011 that says you are 23 years old:

Official Reckless Driving Thread

But you have a 24 year old son?

Another post talking about your son who is old enough to be working:

How long do you have to what to get unemployment

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Old 08-11-2012, 05:33 AM
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I just turned down an offer with Company B and accepted an offer with Company A.

I told Company B that I decided to take another offer, but then gushed about how excited I was for the position and Company B,and that I thought I was a great fit and would they consider me again in the future.

I told them I took with Company A because it was a more immediate start date. I also mentioned it was more money and more days work-from-home.

Company B asked if there was anything they could do to change my mind to have them join Company B now. I told them no, that I already committed to Company A.

Anyway, Company B was awesome and told me that if it doesn't work out to please contact them and they would be very interested in discussing opportunities with me at any time. I felt so much better after the conversation. It was very hard to turn down an offer. It was a position that I was excited about. The other offer was just better for me. A nice problem to have.
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Old 08-11-2012, 05:41 AM
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Originally Posted by thebunny View Post
People have translated for you, yet you can not be bothered to even attempt to write clearly.

Not bothering.
It would be better if you just simply stayed out of this thread and simply not responded, than writing these usless obnoxious messages too people who clearly are still in the process of learning english and writing the best they can.
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