Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Settle for what's sufficient!

Author that uses his last two setences to tell the reader
1) He's never had an internship
2) He's generically alright for the job

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

If this is a CV, then is it also a mistake to have the sections written as paragraphs? I was always told that it is best to have a short and concise list to give a general overview of your qualifications, and that other stuff should be saved for the letter/statement of purpose. What do you guys think?

10:55 AM  
Blogger emilynye said...

I just wanted to point out that the department of psychology does not have a minor option, and therefore, author is either full of it or just plain stupid.

1:43 PM  
Blogger julia said...

If swimming consumes all of his or her energy, then how are they going to do anything else... including getting out of the pool?

4:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OMGWTFBBQ!!!11

1:07 PM  
Anonymous The Elderly said...

we're in ur poolz, taking ur aerobix classez

10:51 PM  
Blogger Joel said...

Does anyone else find it hilarious how much swimming this guy does? I bet it's all he talks about.

"I am swimming around 30 hours a week"

This sentence is funnier if you read it like "swimming everywhere" rather than "swimming approximately"

10:53 PM  
Anonymous dana khan said...

Such inappropriate use of prepositions! Cannot handle! AHHHHHHHHHHH.

11:25 PM  
Blogger Katherine said...

I wouldn't hire him! He spends "all of [his] energy every day becoming a better athlete." It doesn't sound as if he has much time for work. "There is no time to take off or there is no time for anything else."

Great. Yes, I'll hire you, even though you don't have time to do anything but swim and write bad cover letters in which you mention swimming about ten times.

1:14 AM  

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