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May 2, 2012
Poppy1Million ..... Just to get this straight: In order for him to stand out; You opt for him chosing to be the friscy one with low standards? Also if you consider that to be more "Real skills" than being "the computer guy"; For you, hun, I'd be willing to make a go out of "frisky and low standards", even if "computer guy" is more my area of expertise/comfort.
Oct 26, 2010
I second the guy who said "This is why I avoid having close personal relationships. You should only be forced to do things you don't want to in work, not 24/7."
Oct 25, 2010
Dilbert, rarefy yourself! Use Cialdini's scarcity principle and be something that people REALLY need. There is a TON of computer guys out there. Volunteer for something more special.

(Ooops! Folks, hold back on the rotten tomatoes. I'm a computer gal myself and know the tech-skill trick isn't working anymore. These days people need real skills like a heart to stand out from others and make a difference !!!!!!)
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Oct 23, 2010
I'm with you Dilbert.
Oct 22, 2010
*GASP* What do you think friends are for?
No, really, there are plenty of people like that.
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