Sunday, October 21, 2012

My Interview

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Today's show: "My Interview" is dedicated to Douglas and brought to you by Discovery Learning Tutoring, serving California and the world with your education needs.

Also on today's show:
1) Local News
2) Other News
3) Local Loco
4) "My Interview"
5) Lit Minit : "Oliver Twist, ch. xxxvii, 'In which the reader may percieve a contrast, not uncommon in matrimonial cases,'" Dickens, Charles.


1) Local News

          Syria is local if you are on earth. Whadaya think? Damascus sound familiar? Lebanon?

          Local elections

          Hawthorne Youth Group loses all senses


2) Other News

    Misery, earthquakes, threats of earthquakes, threats of threats...

3) Local Loco

4)  "My Interview"

           While I didn't get to it in the show, I will endeavour to post transcripts of interviews past,
           written off the cuff, in which I press the case of my being the best-hire for each and every
           position I have ever fucking interviewed for. If you are still reading, consider hiring me or
           giving me your recommendation. Thank you. You will NOT regret it.

5) Lit Minit : "Oliver Twist," Dickens, Charles. Written not that long ago in a time and place not a
                      lot different than right here, right now.

Thank you so much for reading and listening. I hope you had fun. Now:


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"The Journey," by Douglas Whiting can be read with great love and respect and hope for your enjoyment. This time with complete endorsement, authorization, and  permission from the author, their heirs and publisher! All me!

We did not pay anyone for use of the opening music from Cake ("Wheels," off of "Pressure Chief," or the closing, either (Mr. Scruff's tune "Kalimba"). Our bad. 

Yes Men

Notes and links from BTR show "My Inerview" 10/19/2012 HWH w DD

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