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Thursday, August 23, 2007
Short Hiatus- Wasn't it?
It took a while, but we've got back online. With our new home office set up in the Mitchell Public Library, we are good to go. The Computer system at DWU will be available as soon as tomorrow. Our Publisher has both ID and password. The Rest is up to God. He hasn't failed us yet (God that is, not our Publisher)
Any Jobs Today?
With a $285/ month apartment, and 14 college books worth around $367. Or Publisher needs to get his hands on some serious cash. That's where the Campus Success Center comes in. Country Kitchen and Culver's have jobs for $7/ hour, while Taco John's is offering 6.50. The Country Kitchen is for a host. The servers get $3.25 plus tip. These jobs and Radio Shack look like our best bets. Now here's where the Readers come in. Find the job that you can picture our publisher performing. Then pray he gets that job.
Bill Zilverberg Benefit Date Changes
Thank you to all of you who have already offered your time, talents or items for our fundraiser.
Due to some unforeseen circumstances, we have had to change the date to October 11, 2007.
For those of you who have responded that you were unable to attend, I hope this change will enable you to join us!
Thanks again for all of your support and prayers.
The family of Bill & Jean Zilverberg
Curt Dennis, Cheryl Brotherton, Carey Dennis, Cheri Bjorke and Joe Zilverberg and families
North of 40:One at a time, please
by Red Green
I read in magazines that there are some men and women in this world who, although married, carry on long-term, secret affairs with other women and men. I don't understand how this is possible. Oh, sure, I know how a one-night stand works, but I'm talking about week after week, month after month, year after year infidelity. I've been married a long time, and I think I'm in reasonable physical and mental condition, and I can tell you I could never come up with the time or energy to fulfill my obligations to two different partners. A relationship is a full-time job. If you have two at once, those are two part-time jobs. Nobody ever got successful in a part-time job, not even in two part-time jobs. Especially these kinds of part-time jobs where you have to keep your lies straight, and your energy up, and everybody happy. I don't know why these people do it. Maybe it's fun for them, but it would kill me. On a good day, I'm keeping my head above water with one relationship. I would never survive two. Or more. As far as I'm concerned, monogamy is not a hardship, it's a lifesaver.
Run off time for Pollmaster General
We've narrowed down the two new mottoes for the Holabird Advocate. A plurality of 43% like "Turning rumors into facts since January 1, 2002". Next is "Bring on the co-ed's" Which is most likely Nick Nemec's favorite. If so Nick is with the 29% that support that one. In Third Place is "Now with more corn for extra energy" with only 21%. The rest like, "It's like going to DWU for free" Well, guess what, Nobody gets in for free. Here is the run off poll:
Jerry,Post a Comment
I think your best bet is one of the food places. They usually have very flexible schedules and you might get to eat for free or at least a reduced price. Culver's is my favorite place to eat in Mitchell. Free Food---now that's a great employee benefit!