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Brian Hess

Hang in there, old man. The new year approaches, and with it, the promise of new opportunities. :-)


Paul, the job thing just sucks, big time. Sorry for your situation, and for the bad place all that puts your friends from that job in, too.

You'll make it though. If anyone can, you can.

Plenty of new bloggers needing Typepad support, don'tcha know? *grin*

Sloop New Dawn
Galveston, TX


Sorry to hear about your job loss! It really sucks at this time of year.

One thing I can say for the owner of my company was that he would never not pay the employees. If needed, he would write a personal check to cover the payroll.

I'm thinking good thoughts for you!


Paul, sometimes things like these are blessings in diguise. Working with idiots is never a good thing for anyone's peace of mind. But look at it this way, January is the time of year when corporations start hiring (usually), so perhaps this will put you in a position to finally find something great. I wish I had the words to make you feel better for losing your job, but I don't. I've been there as you know and all I can say is that I feel your pain.


It so sucks.

And it's going around. (I've had it a while...)
Chin up---enjoy the holiday break.

Getting new jobs can be our New Year's Resolutions. Who knows? It COULD be easier than losing those LAST TEN POUNDS!

Essay Canajun

Crap, I know how I felt when I had to leave a job I loved, because the maroons in charge were making dangerous decisions. I'm so sorry that you faced the same problem with the same "solution." What I do know is, there are still people in places of power who appreciate good employees. Why do so many layoffs happen in December??? Heh - joanne stole my line :)


Wow, that sucks, I'm sorry.

I'd love to work for a non-profit at some point, but I've heard lots of stories like yours (staff feeling like they can't complain because it's a charity), so that's kind of worrying.

On the bright side, at least you won't have to work with Christians anymore! ;)


Companies usually get away with stupid decision making until they make the fatal error that ends their business completely. Then the morons who've made these messed up decisions for all this time look around and blame everything else but themselves.

Tough break. I hope things get better soon.

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