FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for July 07, 2010

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    rayannina  almost 14 years ago

    Now, that’s living!

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    Manitobaman  almost 14 years ago

    The ending to that song was sad. Poor unicorns.

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    Vista Bill Raley and Comet™  almost 14 years ago

    Roger picked a good place to start.

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    cdward  almost 14 years ago

    I’m blessed to be at the same place for 20 years. As to the toon, I need to keep reminding myself that this one was written long before the financial meltdown, so job hunting had a different feel. (See this in “The Norm” too).

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    Dkram  almost 14 years ago

    TrapperJohn: Thanks for the memory, I love the Irish Rovers.


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    Constantinepaleologos  almost 14 years ago

    It was the unicorns’ fault they drowned anyway.

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    twj0729  almost 14 years ago

    First things first, eh Roger? Gotta keep your priorities straight.

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    NE1956  almost 14 years ago

    When in doubt, procrastinate. I do it every afternoon between 2:00 and 4:00. But sometimes I wait until later.

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    lewisbower  almost 14 years ago

    Let’s see, at an interview do I ask, “whadda i gets paid?” or do I ask. “Where is this company going and where will I be?” The second will get you hired and answers do you want to get hired. Job security vs pay. You decide.

    NABUQUD When I was young, naive, and knew everything as an undergrad, I too ran a chain convenience store. At least it prepared me for the real world.

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    kab2rb  almost 14 years ago

    At interview for me I was asked why I applied for the position I guess they where baffled, I should have asked well if your not interested in hiring me why did you waste my time interviewing me when you know who you are going to hire. Now with company’s it’s who you know and not the skills. My hubby where he worked at seen it too many times. Hire someone not skilled because someone knew someone from HR. Hey Roger I hope, the time frame of this strip, jobs are plentiful and have no trouble getting back. Now days with out higher education you can’t. What boggles my mind having an Associate’s Degree or better just for files that are starting to go electronic.

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    RadioTom  almost 14 years ago

    yeah; amazing what one little piece of paper can mean… automated app on-line, and a single


    automatically rejects the application - regardless of the “degree”from the SoHK….

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    DailyKevin  almost 14 years ago

    YES! Liv life! I did that, I worked in retail till i was 30, then packed up and hit the road as a stand-up comic. Now I work out of my studio at home. Live the dram Dude! Live the dream!

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    photoman022  almost 14 years ago

    better be careful andy–he probably married you right out of college too!

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