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Unemployment vs. sick day, the home edition

Unemployed people get unlimited, unpaid sick days, in case you’re considering unemployment as a career move. But I haven’t taken a sick day in forever. Sick days were a rarity for me even when employed. I’m generally a healthy guy. And laying about seems like such a waste when things need to get kamagra get done. (Hear […]

Where, oh where can I be?

Wifey and I don’t watch that much current TV. I kind of keep up with The Daily Show. Accurate and unbiased news has to come from somewhere, and that Jon Stewart guy seems like the trustworthy sort. Wifey breaks down doors to see the white trash train wreck that is Bret Michaels’ love life. Both […]

Perk-y jobs and the unemployed who love them

I need a job because I need money to pay my bills. I’ve grown attached to food, shelter, Netflix and other necessities of zovirax without prescription life. Life without access to every DVD known to man is just death by another name. My situation, like most people’s, is pretty straightforward. I’d love to make a lot of money […]

The stimulus package passed and I’m still unemployed (wtf)

Yesterday President Obama signed the female viagra uk new $787 billion stimulus package into law. And much to my chagrin, I’m still sitting at my desk unemployed. I thought for sure that the sky would rain $100 bills, all my school loans would be forgiven and cialis from india the president himself would come by to give me the deed on a Manhattan […]

Everybody gets fired

We’ve all been there, some of us many times. My wife and I have close to 500 selections on our Netflix list, which we recently discovered is the limit. It’s not that we’re movie buffs so much as we like to keep track of things. So when one of us discovers something, it goes on […]

Layoff Survival Guide

“Layoff Survival Guide” was a panel discussion I recently attended. This blog article outlines the unemployment tips I learned.

A new work spot

Places to do work if you’re not cool enough to live in Brooklyn