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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by mactastic, Jun 2, 2006.
Apologies if this has been posted already, I looked but did not find it.
Well, at least you know he's not going to lie on the employment application about past criminal history.
ROFLMAO! And I choked on my water! Oh, if I had the capital. Hired! Instantly. I wouldn't even need an actual business.
Well, he was honest. Honesty goes far in a lot of places.
But I still don't think anyone will hire him. Sad, really.
Sounds like he is trying to better himself now. I can't forget his previous actions but I can forgive him for them. If I read that and had a business I would atleast interview the guy. Worst case scenario....he tries to sell you a dime bag.
How do you know he's not covering up for a much more serious crime, such as failing to tip a waiter at least 15%, or not yielding to the driver on the right at a 4-way stop sign? He could have made up that history to avoid having his real history revealed!
Tries to? Does.
he is actually well qualified according to his ad, as long as he is not lying. He would be a good employee but I doubt anyone with respect will hire him. Sad.
I've seen this before...it cracks me up every time.
Haha, he's Canadian. Go figure.
His crimes were committed in the US...I'd imagine he's an American now living in Canada. Wonder if he's just trying to make a fresh start someplace new or if he's still on the run for something...
Good laugh. Extradition aside, we'll make him a national hero by 2010, that is if Martha Stewart doesn't try to hire him on, first.
he apparently wasn't very good at running his business or he we wouldn't have been caught.
wow, that's pretty good.
Hell, this approach works for hackers, get caught, get hired by the government. I'm sure he has great experience if he can smuggle $100 million of pot he has a lot of business savvy. I think he makes a very strong case for himself.