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Go, GO Google Gadget!

wacky, just about to go to bed and decide to fiddle with google sidebar. decide to open job search google gadget. holy shit that's a lot of jobs, holy shit there's a perfect job for me, site content coordinator for netflix (posted 1 hour ago).

holy shit i logged into hotjobs, uploaded best tech/site coordinator resume, and it was would be so awesome if i got the job, 'cause i totally know how to do it and it would be so nice to have a job, 'cause right now i so don't have one since i'm still waiting on a "hiring freeze" from the phone co i thought i'd get.

so very goshdarn awesome, i can't even tell you...mmmhmm, full moon. almost spelled that foolmun, need sleep :)


BASTA! Microsoft Google Gadget pops up first on a Google search for "job search gadget!!!" NOOOOOOO!

Microsoft Trumps Google

even funnier that i kept clicking on the pic instead of the page when i went to upload it to flickr. bedtime.

take some time to read the very informative posts on microsoftgadgets.com

looks like we got some war brewing...really ie7 will still be crap, right? war of the titans we speak not of, but david and goliath right? oh i dunno.




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