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September 2007 Blog Posts (11)

Job in Alaska - Information

Hi Dear All

I would be very glad to receive information on how is it easy for a foreigner to get

a seasonal JOB in Alaska. I am looking for any kind of work althoug I have a degree from

Finance in Brazil. I am 38 years old, good looking.

It would be very apprecited from you to help me !!!!!

Sergio Leandro.

Added by SergioLeandro on September 26, 2007 at 7:13pm — No Comments

Have any real interesting opportunities for the Winter season?

Lancaster PA teacher seeking interesting and/or unique opportunity for the winter season this year. Multitalented, happy, secure, productive individual. Exceptional references - Bartending, Food and Beverage, administrative,teaching, coaching experience, etc.

Thank you in advance for anyones input and help!!!!

Added by Skip Pomper on September 22, 2007 at 10:33am — No Comments

Where can I find an alternative energy community?

I'm looking for new friends. I am in the process of selling most of my stuff and renting my house out so I can work a seasonal travel job. I should be ready by the spring. Drop me a line if you want to talk about some ideas.

My ultimate goal is to find an alternative energy community. The northern hemosphere is heading for an ice age very soon and I want to be ready. If I do not find one to help prosper then I will start one myself.

Anybody have some…


Added by Tim Frentz on September 17, 2007 at 10:00am — No Comments

Video Recruiting

Check out this Want Ad by P Diddy...

Gimmick or pure gold?

There's a lot of buzz in the web recruiting-world about video. We're starting to experiment.


Added by Bill Berg on September 13, 2007 at 5:29pm — 1 Comment

Between jobs

I'm already to go. Mailed some items yesterday, carrying the rest with me. I dropped off an address to HR where the tax info can be mailed. I stopped by housing to let them know I'm out and gave them my'm keyless again...after years of having to carry around a big ring...just feeling the freedom again...

Quick look---one night on the bus, two nights on the train, two nights in Oshkosh, two nights in Green Bay, two nights in Chicago, one night in Wickenburg.



Added by Keith Larson on September 13, 2007 at 12:56pm — No Comments

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Part 2)

The Tamarack Resort near Donnelly, Idaho--Winter '06/'07; Summer '07

The Lodge at Osprey Meadows, one of the many places at the resort.

The Good: New resort, always increasing size, and interest. Year-round or seasonal options...year-round has excellent benefit package. Growing reputation, especially in the snowboarding and golfing worlds. Cross section of guests from ski and mountain bike bums to very high end-- Andre Agassi and…


Added by Keith Larson on September 13, 2007 at 12:55pm — No Comments

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Part 1)

Well maybe not exactly...but it's one of my favorite western titles...

Signal Mountain Lodge, Grand Teton NP---Summer '06

One of my first views from the employee dining room...looking at the marina office and the mountain range.

The Good: Other than the possible "uglies" below...just about everything. The employee dining was very good 90% of the time (there are times when personal preferences will get in the way, where the food…


Added by Keith Larson on September 13, 2007 at 12:31pm — 1 Comment

The email I just received

To whomever sent me the following email:

"Thanks for joining My CoolWorks. Regarding your blog post, we wish you all the luck in the world in building your business but we work hard to build ours and our intent is not for it to serve as your billboard."

I was not trying to use your blog as "my billboard." Maybe I did not realize what your site was for, as I was just introducing myself. For future reference, before addressing me with a nasty email, watch the way you…


Added by Michelle Dwyer on September 12, 2007 at 10:11am — 1 Comment

Happy Birthday to Us went live on the web on September 12, 1995 to get things

off of my hard drive and out there where folks could see it. The

"official" launch of Cool Works happened on November 1, 1995.

Yowza - this is the longest I've held a job.

Here's a screenshot of the homepage from 1997, courtesy of the Wayback Machine:…


Added by Bill Berg on September 12, 2007 at 9:58am — 2 Comments


like the mandala for example, mandala is sanskrit for circle. but in history of know mandalas there are millions each one made with its own design. Some are simple ,some are so complex that light refraction was used to bring them to life. Buy using certain gemstone quality crystals in a exact postion with light beams a laser in created. I am short on time but i would like some one to tell me why i choose symmetry as post title?

join Dharmic Teachings: i would like to have a…


Added by corey j grogan on September 5, 2007 at 2:32am — No Comments

Covers Off, Sloppy Jammies and 100 Below

I thought I would share with you a co-workers blog and the songs we played recently during an open mike night at SpoleBucks (galley) We were the only entertainment, and I finally got to be in a band! It was fun…

Take a listen

... this morning the entire station has been in a spunky playful mood, I think it’s because we took down the window coverings…


Added by Terry on September 4, 2007 at 2:49pm — No Comments

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