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Can anyone recommend a headhunter/recruiting agency in or around AA that works with candidates with a finance background?
I'm interested in moving from Chicago to AA and was hoping to find a good headhunter in the area.
I shot this video today about why SOPA sucks. Please sign the petition if you haven't already:
I'm not looking for just sake, i can go to godaiko and get good rolls and udon and have some sake, I'm looking for a place where I can put the little cup of sake on the chopsticks on top of the beer and yell "kanpai" and slam my fist on the table to make it drop in without getting dirty looks. does anybody know of anyplace where that is acceptable in AA? I really wish there was a Kona Grill here. Thanks.
From this month's Michigan Today we have a 1920s book with 100+ pages of advice to incoming freshmen. The article is here http://michigantoday.umich.edu/2012/01/story.php?id=8106&tr=y&auid=10129814 and the full book is here http://www.archive.org/stream/advicetofreshme00fresgoog#page/n6/mode/2up .
Some of the book is quaint, some sexist (to 21st century ears), and some downright awesome. An example of the latter:
A bore drifts into other people's rooms, occupies their best chair; eats their fudge; reads their new magazines before they themselves have a chance to; plays their Victrola and scratches their best records. A bore talks hours at a time about people whom you have never heard of and in whom you haven't the slightest atom of interest… She is avoided like the plague.
The photos are great, too.
(I'm assuming the fellow on the left is Johnny Rotten's grandpappy until proven otherwise.)
Enjoy! And please add any choice quotes you like to the comments.
Seems Mr. Gee is at it again with his talk. After the many ridiculous public comments he continues to make, as well as the email UMxWolverines shared with us back in December: (http://mgoblog.com/mgoboard/email-my-uncles-friend-sent-gordon-gee-and-g...),
it really seems like this guy is just out of touch with reality.
So this video will probably only interest the northern michigan natives, but its a look at scenic areas back in the 50s(?) with some old school narration. I am guessing the 50s because there are old looking cars, terrible bathing suits and no minorities found in the movie.
My favorite part comes @ 3:05 where the good natured exploits of Ole' SpikeHorn Meyers and his troupe of wild bears are detailed.
EDIT: couldnt get link to embed, sorry...