Call me trite, call me sanctimonious, call me cynical, it may be all true. Then again, so was this:
“I would like television to produce some itching pills rather than this endless outpouring of tranquilizers. It can be done. Maybe it won’t be, but it could.” —October 15, 1958, ChicagoBut! Back to our regular programming:
MTV Networks is currently casting for new character walk-ons for returning game show in its 3rd Season. Must be willing to commute to NYC for Rehearsal and shoot day. LOOKING for an eccentric woman with long armpit hair for role where she is willing to remove it after months or possibly even years since shaving. [Via, naturally]
MTV Networks is LOOKING for an eccentric woman with long armpit hair for role where she is willing to remove it after months or possibly even years since shaving.
“Media workers have the gifts of adaptability and organization,” says Allison Hemming, founder of the Hired Guns talent agency (thehiredguns.com) and author of Work It! How to Get Ahead, Save Your Ass and Land a Job in Any Economy. “This makes them ideal project managers.” …
Honestly? There really are no appropriate circumstances under which it is acceptable to use the word “interface” as a verb. None. I don’t want to hear it, IT folks. None.