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Old 11-03-2009   #23
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Re: Two Years Ago...

The first day wasn't so bad. And neither was the second. The most grueling thing is probably not being used to standing up all day. I've worked retail jobs before, of course, but that seems like a long time ago now and I'm just not used to it. I'll get used to it. I'm also planning to buy some new boots.

And I know it is about professionalism. But I maintained my beard well and always pull my hair back into a pony tail. I don't see anything unprofessional about that. What gets me is they allow shoulder length hair but not any longer. What makes shoulder length hair more professional than slightly below shoulder length hair?

But anyway... I am good at sales. I am damn good at sales. I have always, of course, been better at computers. And I believe I showed that to my bosses today when I repaired 6 computers in 4 hours including one that they'd been unable to fix for a month.
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