Yes, I know of one company hiring: Home Depot. Cant guarantee that it's full time or permanent but even a part time job helps. It's not a job where you just sit on your ass. It's often fast paced with a bazillion customers all wanting your attention at the same time and not wanting to wait, there's heavy lifting, there's sometimes working out in the rain or the hot sun and most people working for the company have the idea that "if you have time to lean, you have time to clean". and just FYI, your hair can be dyed but only to colors that would naturally grow, facial piercings arent a great idea and depending on the manager of a specific store visible tattoos can either be a no-no or they dont care. As far as work dress goes, think tennis shoes, jeans and a polo.
Apply online. Give it a few days, call the store you want and bug them so they can pull the application quicker.
Oh noes! My life is ending! I cannot access my g-mail or anything else on Google!
Anyone else suffering this terrible fate currently?
I feel like I've asked this before, but since DP is never redundant I'll have no problems.
I'm a freelancer (in IT, go figure) and I have no health insurance. I've looked into getting an individual plan and unless I want to spend $500/month on catastrophic insurance, I'm out of luck. Is anyone else out there a freelancer with health insurance? How do you get it?
Where can I find small, cheap seashells in town? The kind they have in bins at every single gift shop on the coast. I need them soon for a costume.
I was going through my stuff and I have a lot of soapmaking supplies for anyone who is a soapmaker or aspiring to be. I have four sheets of heart shaped soap molds, about 18 small containers of soap colorant and about 18 bottles of soap fragrances. Most of the containers of colorant and fragrance are at least 3/4 full. The entire shebang can be yours for $20.
I see that phrase graffitied (graffitoed?) around Belmont. I don't get it. Please esplain.
The $8,000 tax credit and a lot of other things have me thinking about buying again.
1. General Question: Where can I attend/take some first time home buyer's classes that will help me understand the whole process and what I'm getting into
2. Specific Question: How can I, as a literal first time buyer with good credit, avoid PMI if I can't swing 20% down?
i'm pretty sure i didn't thank y'all for your suggestions on where to find a big gay dance party for friday night, but i really appreciated all of the ideas and comments!
So, anyone going to Blizzcon?
My girlfriend is wondering if anyone has a Kensington laptop AC adapter tip for Toshiba laptops. The one for her adapter is a blue "B" tip. She bought it at Circuit City during their closeout sale if that helps any.
Starting June 1st, there will be one bedroom opening up for the year and beyond in our lovely house on SE 42nd and Malden (south of Woodstock). Rent is $300/month + super cheap utilities (usually around $30).
The house has five bedrooms. Yours is an awesome upstairs space with hardwood floors and a well-sized closet. We have a great lawn with some under-used garden space if you are the growing things type. The house has wireless internet and a washer/dryer.
Who we are:
One couple and three singles. Mostly Reed Alums, mostly Lit majors. Queer friendly, 420 friendly...actually, most things friendly. We are fairly quiet folk, but love an occasional party. We live a semi-communal lifestyle, with some shared food and a pretty nifty chore rotation for the sake of cleanliness.
Most of us smoke, but outside (and occasionally in the den of sin we call the basement). We love movies, cooking, music, reading, television and beer.
We also boast one awesome/friendly dog and a less-awesome but still grudgingly loved cat.
If this sounds like the place for you, or if you want more info, please feel free to comment here or email me at aliseDOTscheelerATgmailDOTcom
Im 23 and Im looking for somewhere to get gymnastics training. Im highly interested in it and would be hopeful if anyone could help at all.
If you wanted to try out some compact digital cameras, where in the Portland area would you go to find a wide selection? (Edited to add more emphasis to this part of the post.)
I normally use a Canon digital SLR, but I'd like to find a small, light-weight point-and-shoot for an upcoming backpacking trip. I'm hoping for one with as many manual settings as possible. I've done some online research, and now I'm ready to do some real life research and want to be able to get my hands on some of the ones I think I might like.
And, if you're photographically inclined and are particularly satisfied with a certain camera that fits the part, I'd love to know what kind it is.
I've got a T-Mobile Shadow, purchased new last August, that I don't need anymore. Like new condition, comes with the case and everything. Make me an offer. I get a free phone through my new job, so no more T-Mobile for me.
So I don't know about you guys, but I haven't pulled an "all nighter" since college.
My boyfriend routinely pulls all nighters to get work done when he's on a strict deadline. In fact, that's what he's doing right now. I, on the other hand, just can't do it anymore (does that mean I'm getting old?).
1. When was the last time you pulled an all nighter?
2. What is your secret?