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    The vibes worked because the interview went well. I'll find out in 1-2 weeks. Even if I don't get a job there, it was a good experience with interviewing.

    It didn't start off so well. The HR guy sent me to the incorrect property, so I ended up being 15 minutes late... but I had the email from him printed out to show it wasn't my fault. Then I had to go up and down a few flights of stairs which got me winded (I can normally do a few flights no problem, but my heart was already racing from nerves).

    After everything got settled down, I think it went well. Of course, usually I think things are going badly and they are good, so I don't know if the opposite holds true..... if it went badly because I think it went well. *shrugs*

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    Of course, usually I think things are going badly and they are good, so I don't know if the opposite holds true..... if it went badly because I think it went well. *shrugs*
    My last interview went horribly bad and I knew I wasn't going to get it .... yet, here I am, going on nearly 5 years now and hot in demand cause just today I learned that there's a team who has decided, without actually asking first, that I'll be tending their automatic process.

    Don't mind I haven't a clue what their process is about...
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Fluffy Thursday!

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    And today...replying to quotes works. It's the little things that make you smile.
    Hooray! Indeed it is the little things!

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    Face palm on Bran. See- the things I forget when they take year long breaks and Bran does (mostly) nothing but zone out in the current season. I kind of want to re-read the books. So many things that I've forgotten that were never brought into the show or shown in the detail the length of the books allowed. And cheers to Brienne for sure for a woman snatching that position. That would have been good scene to see, scenes really. Her getting the appointment (and hopefully another giant cheesy smile from her) and then a conversation between her and Sansa.
    I would have loved to see
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    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    The vibes worked because the interview went well. I'll find out in 1-2 weeks. Even if I don't get a job there, it was a good experience with interviewing.

    It didn't start off so well. The HR guy sent me to the incorrect property, so I ended up being 15 minutes late... but I had the email from him printed out to show it wasn't my fault. Then I had to go up and down a few flights of stairs which got me winded (I can normally do a few flights no problem, but my heart was already racing from nerves).

    After everything got settled down, I think it went well. Of course, usually I think things are going badly and they are good, so I don't know if the opposite holds true..... if it went badly because I think it went well. *shrugs*
    Very glad to hear the interview itself went well, even if the lead-up to it didn't. I'd say that balances things out.
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    Sparky is on screen. Therefore, it is canon. Elizabeth is still out there. And John WILL bring her home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    The vibes worked because the interview went well. I'll find out in 1-2 weeks. Even if I don't get a job there, it was a good experience with interviewing.

    It didn't start off so well. The HR guy sent me to the incorrect property, so I ended up being 15 minutes late... but I had the email from him printed out to show it wasn't my fault. Then I had to go up and down a few flights of stairs which got me winded (I can normally do a few flights no problem, but my heart was already racing from nerves).

    After everything got settled down, I think it went well. Of course, usually I think things are going badly and they are good, so I don't know if the opposite holds true..... if it went badly because I think it went well. *shrugs*
    Good luck with all that. I shudder at the very thought of doing an interview now. Though, in hindsight, I think I'd probably have a completely different answer when they asked me my philosophy of teaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    The vibes worked because the interview went well. I'll find out in 1-2 weeks. Even if I don't get a job there, it was a good experience with interviewing.

    It didn't start off so well. The HR guy sent me to the incorrect property, so I ended up being 15 minutes late... but I had the email from him printed out to show it wasn't my fault. Then I had to go up and down a few flights of stairs which got me winded (I can normally do a few flights no problem, but my heart was already racing from nerves).

    After everything got settled down, I think it went well. Of course, usually I think things are going badly and they are good, so I don't know if the opposite holds true..... if it went badly because I think it went well. *shrugs*
    I vote stay confident! If things you think went badly turned out well in the past, I'm thinking sky's the limit for things you feel good about. Either way, you've just begun this journey and are making a lot of contacts. Great things to come.

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    My last interview went horribly bad and I knew I wasn't going to get it .... yet, here I am, going on nearly 5 years now and hot in demand cause just today I learned that there's a team who has decided, without actually asking first, that I'll be tending their automatic process.

    Don't mind I haven't a clue what their process is about...
    It's always good to be wanted, assuming their process isn't something you wouldn't enjoy working on. My last interview was with a three person panel via WebEx. That wasn't intimidating at all, lol. All I could think about was how cringy I sounded on the audio.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Fluffy Thursday!



    Hooray! Indeed it is the little things!

    I would have loved to see
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    the actual scene of Brienne being offered command of the Kingsguard. Bring on that cheesy smile, SQUEE!

    As much as I bellyached this season, I will miss those characters. Some more than others. Tyrion, Jamie and Brienne were among my favorites, but it's funny how perspective always changes with time. I wonder who'll I miss the most a year from now and later (besides the wolves). Tyrion, I suspect, will always hover towards the top of that list.
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    And while he didn't win the throne, I feel like Bronn may have been the biggest winner in the game. Though as I write this, I'm thinking had the show gone on with the wheels they set in motion this season, Bronn would have had won the throne if he was still alive when Bran died. It sounds like the Houses were all on their way to being indebted to Highgarden. He would have leveraged those debts I'm sure. Well played, Bronn. Well played. Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    My last interview went horribly bad and I knew I wasn't going to get it .... yet, here I am, going on nearly 5 years now and hot in demand cause just today I learned that there's a team who has decided, without actually asking first, that I'll be tending their automatic process.

    Don't mind I haven't a clue what their process is about...
    Oh dear. I'm confident you'll figure it out!



    Quote Originally Posted by Scary Kitty View Post
    Very glad to hear the interview itself went well, even if the lead-up to it didn't. I'd say that balances things out.
    Thanks!


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    Good luck with all that. I shudder at the very thought of doing an interview now. Though, in hindsight, I think I'd probably have a completely different answer when they asked me my philosophy of teaching.
    They didn't ask any of the typical questions I was expecting... strengths and weaknesses, where do you see yourself in 5 years, etc. The one weird question they asked was what I would do if I heard rumors going around. I said I'd ignore it unless it was something hazardous in which case I'd tell my supervisor. I dunno. I thought that was a weird question. Nothing will ever beat some of my interview questions from when I was younger. One guy said "I see you know Fortran (computer language), do you think you'd be able to learn COBOL?" Uhhhh............ who's going to say no? Then another job asked if I were an animal what kind would I be and why.

    What would you say now about your philosophy of teaching? I'm curious.



    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    I vote stay confident! If things you think went badly turned out well in the past, I'm thinking sky's the limit for things you feel good about. Either way, you've just begun this journey and are making a lot of contacts. Great things to come.



    It's always good to be wanted, assuming their process isn't something you wouldn't enjoy working on. My last interview was with a three person panel via WebEx. That wasn't intimidating at all, lol. All I could think about was how cringy I sounded on the audio.
    Thanks!! A WebEx interview.... now that's scary. I prefer in person. My interview was with 3 people although only one really did any talking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    It's always good to be wanted, assuming their process isn't something you wouldn't enjoy working on.
    Luckily it is, but the lack of interest by my company to provide adequate support in the shape of learning tools, makes me cringy. I can get by with what I know and scrape together through the help forums but sometimes I do wonder how they ever managed to get this project going without actually understanding what it is they are asking for or what my robotfarm does.

    When it's not working, they want to know how soon I can fix it and even when I tell them that the problem is a lot more complicated than what they believe is just pushing some buttons, that's when things get interesting...

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    Oh dear. I'm confident you'll figure it out!
    I will most likely... On the upside, I get to work from my hometown office monday, which comes as a gift since I'll be visiting Paris over the weekend so it basically means I don't have to get up early to hit the road. Just roll out of bed 30 minutes before having to arrive at the office and I'm good...

    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    Then another job asked if I were an animal what kind would I be and why.
    Interviewer: What did you want to be when you were growing up?

    Me: An explorer.

    Interviewer: *starts laughing*

    Me: ...

    Interviewer: Sorry, that was the best answer to that question in a very long while.

    Me: Oh, okay.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Pretty Friday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    As much as I bellyached this season, I will miss those characters. Some more than others. Tyrion, Jamie and Brienne were among my favorites, but it's funny how perspective always changes with time. I wonder who'll I miss the most a year from now and later (besides the wolves). Tyrion, I suspect, will always hover towards the top of that list.
    Spoiler:
    And while he didn't win the throne, I feel like Bronn may have been the biggest winner in the game. Though as I write this, I'm thinking had the show gone on with the wheels they set in motion this season, Bronn would have had won the throne if he was still alive when Bran died. It sounds like the Houses were all on their way to being indebted to Highgarden. He would have leveraged those debts I'm sure. Well played, Bronn. Well played. Lol.
    Well played, indeed!

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Luckily it is, but the lack of interest by my company to provide adequate support in the shape of learning tools, makes me cringy. I can get by with what I know and scrape together through the help forums but sometimes I do wonder how they ever managed to get this project going without actually understanding what it is they are asking for or what my robotfarm does.

    When it's not working, they want to know how soon I can fix it and even when I tell them that the problem is a lot more complicated than what they believe is just pushing some buttons, that's when things get interesting...
    Ugh, it's never good when the higher-ups don't know what the heck they're doing...

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I will most likely... On the upside, I get to work from my hometown office monday, which comes as a gift since I'll be visiting Paris over the weekend so it basically means I don't have to get up early to hit the road. Just roll out of bed 30 minutes before having to arrive at the office and I'm good...
    Yay! Always a plus!
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    Sparky is on screen. Therefore, it is canon. Elizabeth is still out there. And John WILL bring her home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post

    What would you say now about your philosophy of teaching? I'm curious.
    With age comes a more mellow way of thinking I think. Now I would say I believe children should be taught at their level and not all treated like they learn at the same pace or in the same manner. I think my twins have taught me a bit more about nature vs nurture considering how different they are even at 9 months. But I still think nurture is vitally important. Previously I was somewhat traditional and rigid in my teaching methods. Do I get the job?

    On your discussion of expecting the worst or the best etc. Yesterday at about 3pm black clouds suddenly showed up. I hoped we didn't lose power right before the first flash of lightning that struck somewhere and caused us to lose power for 5 hours. LOL Now the question is what to say the next time.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Sparky!Family Saturday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    With age comes a more mellow way of thinking I think. Now I would say I believe children should be taught at their level and not all treated like they learn at the same pace or in the same manner. I think my twins have taught me a bit more about nature vs nurture considering how different they are even at 9 months. But I still think nurture is vitally important. Previously I was somewhat traditional and rigid in my teaching methods. Do I get the job?
    You would if I was the one doing the hiring. Flexibility and openness to adapting to situations is a strength.

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    On your discussion of expecting the worst or the best etc. Yesterday at about 3pm black clouds suddenly showed up. I hoped we didn't lose power right before the first flash of lightning that struck somewhere and caused us to lose power for 5 hours. LOL Now the question is what to say the next time.
    Whoops!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post

    I will most likely... On the upside, I get to work from my hometown office monday, which comes as a gift since I'll be visiting Paris over the weekend so it basically means I don't have to get up early to hit the road. Just roll out of bed 30 minutes before having to arrive at the office and I'm good...
    Cool!!!


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    Interviewer: What did you want to be when you were growing up?

    Me: An explorer.

    Interviewer: *starts laughing*

    Me: ...

    Interviewer: Sorry, that was the best answer to that question in a very long while.

    Me: Oh, okay.
    I think that's a good answer. I wanted to pack groceries when I was a kid.


    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    With age comes a more mellow way of thinking I think. Now I would say I believe children should be taught at their level and not all treated like they learn at the same pace or in the same manner. I think my twins have taught me a bit more about nature vs nurture considering how different they are even at 9 months. But I still think nurture is vitally important. Previously I was somewhat traditional and rigid in my teaching methods. Do I get the job?
    I would say yes. I agree about the nature vs. nurture thing. My siblings were adopted and despite us growing up in the same house, we are all vastly different people. But that happens with blood siblings sometimes too. *shrugs* Anyway, I remember loving classes where they let me learn at my own pace.


    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    On your discussion of expecting the worst or the best etc. Yesterday at about 3pm black clouds suddenly showed up. I hoped we didn't lose power right before the first flash of lightning that struck somewhere and caused us to lose power for 5 hours. LOL Now the question is what to say the next time.
    Next time say "I hope we don't win the lottery!" I'm glad you got power back. Five hours, huh? Just enough time for some food to go bad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post

    I think that's a good answer. I wanted to pack groceries when I was a kid.
    I always only wanted to be a teacher. I taught my dolls and my brother and the neighbor kids until rebellion set in. Those dolls were a huge discipline problem.



    I would say yes. I agree about the nature vs. nurture thing. My siblings were adopted and despite us growing up in the same house, we are all vastly different people. But that happens with blood siblings sometimes too. *shrugs* Anyway, I remember loving classes where they let me learn at my own pace.
    It's gone through cycles. When I was a kid you got moved ahead a grade. Then that stopped and you had "tracking" for college or trade jobs. Then that stopped and about the time I started teaching "open classrooms" came along. Then they closed up the huge holes they had cut between rooms and went "back to the basics." After that it was "mainstreaming" which was total chaos that is still going on to this day.




    Next time say "I hope we don't win the lottery!" I'm glad you got power back. Five hours, huh? Just enough time for some food to go bad?
    No food went bad but we did get Chinese so I didn't have to cook. Score. My iPad died after about an hour and I had to read on my phone but somehow we survived. First world problems.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Lazy Sunday!

    No lazy for me, though...we're finally moving into the new house this week. And it's still not quite done, needs some finish trim work, but it's quite comfortable. That kitchen is BADASS. So if I don't show up for the morning reveille for a few days, don't worry, I'm probably just busy as heck.

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    I always only wanted to be a teacher. I taught my dolls and my brother and the neighbor kids until rebellion set in. Those dolls were a huge discipline problem.


    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    No food went bad but we did get Chinese so I didn't have to cook. Score. My iPad died after about an hour and I had to read on my phone but somehow we survived. First world problems.
    Heh, takeout dinners is definitely going to be the order of this week for us!
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    Scary Kitty - Exciting!!!! Enjoy your new house! I'm so happy for you!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    I always only wanted to be a teacher. I taught my dolls and my brother and the neighbor kids until rebellion set in. Those dolls were a huge discipline problem.
    LOL! I've always been jealous of people who just knew what they wanted to do. Even with me changing careers, I'm not sure I've made the right decision.



    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    It's gone through cycles. When I was a kid you got moved ahead a grade. Then that stopped and you had "tracking" for college or trade jobs. Then that stopped and about the time I started teaching "open classrooms" came along. Then they closed up the huge holes they had cut between rooms and went "back to the basics." After that it was "mainstreaming" which was total chaos that is still going on to this day.
    Okay, what are "mainstreaming" and "open classrooms"?



    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    No food went bad but we did get Chinese so I didn't have to cook. Score. My iPad died after about an hour and I had to read on my phone but somehow we survived. First world problems.
    LOL!! Take-out for the win!

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    Scary Kitty

    Okay, what are "mainstreaming" and "open classrooms"?
    Mainstreaming is when they put most of the special ed kids into the regular classrooms and open classrooms were when they combined two rooms into one, did not have rows of desks but "learning centers" for each subject. The kids wandered around and did mostly what they pleased all day and sometimes you were allowed to get them together in groups but you were discouraged from lecturing and never ever had everyone on the same page doing the same thing at the same time. You taught in teams and usually had an aide in each class but not always. Bout killed me. It was similar to the Montesori method.

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    Ugh, it's never good when the higher-ups don't know what the heck they're doing...
    No, it isn't, and especially when they also don't realize how frustrating it is that they think it can be fixed wit a simple solution when the damn thing breaks.

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    Yay! Always a plus!
    The plus continues, as I now also can work from the hometown office tomorrow... another day of long sleeping ...cause damn Paris was exhausting. I did more than 21K steps on both Saturday and Sunday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    Mainstreaming is when they put most of the special ed kids into the regular classrooms and open classrooms were when they combined two rooms into one, did not have rows of desks but "learning centers" for each subject. The kids wandered around and did mostly what they pleased all day and sometimes you were allowed to get them together in groups but you were discouraged from lecturing and never ever had everyone on the same page doing the same thing at the same time. You taught in teams and usually had an aide in each class but not always. Bout killed me. It was similar to the Montesori method.
    That sounds just awful! Totally non-productive.

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    Reply with quote isn't working so I'm taking the lazy way out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    The plus continues, as I now also can work from the hometown office tomorrow... another day of long sleeping ...cause damn Paris was exhausting. I did more than 21K steps on both Saturday and Sunday.

    21K steps!! I'm tired just thinking about that! Sounds like you had fun, though?

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    21K steps!! I'm tired just thinking about that! Sounds like you had fun, though?
    On Saturday when I was at 19,282 steps, I was like... "I want to get those 20K steps." -- afterwards, I did declare myself certifiably insane though and so did my feet.
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    Crazy 3 day work week for me with the holiday and upcoming trip this weekend. Though somehow even though I'm only working three days, I'm still expected to get in the work of 5. I'm already dazed and confused from with data overload (I work off of three monitors filled with numbers) from the extra work. Much to my family's amusement, I'm starting to babble like McKay when he took the superdose of the Wraith enzyme in the Hive, but I do get to shut down a bit early today and I'm off tomorrow so yay. Bring on the road trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scary Kitty View Post
    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Lazy Sunday!

    No lazy for me, though...we're finally moving into the new house this week. And it's still not quite done, needs some finish trim work, but it's quite comfortable. That kitchen is BADASS. So if I don't show up for the morning reveille for a few days, don't worry, I'm probably just busy as heck.



    Heh, takeout dinners is definitely going to be the order of this week for us!
    So, so, sooooo excited for you!!! Hope you are mixing some celebratory wine/spirits in with the craze of moving.
    Thanks to Copter for my signature art!

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