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Why didn't I get the job? :-(

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Nov 29, 2017 in Fun & Humor ☻ by TheOtherTink (21,060 points)

Just because I saw a fairy in the Rorschach test???  :angry:


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Marianne Nov 29, 2017

Wow, T(h)ink, that reminds also of various other tests, which were and are often part of the job interview, for instance:



Rooster Nov 29, 2017

Aw, you can't trust those tests anyways! LOL :D :D


Virginia Nov 30, 2017

Well I flunked also, Other Tink! DEFINITELY a fairy there...

TheOtherTink Virginia Nov 30, 2017

I think the test was rigged.  They showed everyone they didn't want to hire the fairy ink-blot, and showed a meaningless blob to the one they wanted in the first place.  :D

Virginia Virginia Dec 2, 2017

Other Tink, you are almost as skeptical as I am in the process of becoming!  ;)  <3

TheOtherTink Virginia Dec 3, 2017
Virginia Virginia Dec 8, 2017

Oh that is very interesting ... actually acknowledging the rigged election. This would have been a presidential election where I would have expected to vote for the Democrat, but absolutely choked with Hillary; could not force myself to do it...yup, our skepticism is justified. Yuck.

Watched the YouTube but unable to open the if there are cogent points I missed feel free to mention them!

TheOtherTink Virginia Dec 8, 2017

@ Virginia,

The lead paragraph reads:

"Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) in a new interview appeared to walk back her claim that last year's Democratic primary was rigged, suggesting instead that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) showed "some bias" but that the selection process had been "fair."

"I agree with what Donna Brazile has said over the last few days; that while there was some bias at the DNC, the overall 2016 primary process was fair and Hillary made history," Warren said in a Wednesday interview with MassLive.

Her remarks contrasted with what she told CNN's Jake Tapper last week. Pressed by Tapper about whether she believed the primary had been rigged in then-candidate Hillary Clinton's favor, Warren responded: "Yes."

A spokeswoman for Warren's office did not immediately respond to The Hill's request for comment."

So evidently, Warren got a lot of flak for her honesty and was pressured to walk back her statement. Donna Brazile also retreated somewhat, saying "I never used the word 'rigged'."  But in fact she did. She told Sanders last summer that she would investigate whether the primary process was rigged, and then later told him she had found a "cancer".

Now what's worse, being rigged, or being a cancer?  Maybe she meant it was just a basal-cell skin cancer, but she didn't go into that much detail.  :D

Virginia Virginia Dec 8, 2017

O'Tink, if I had to make a guess...I think the Clintons just believe that "rigging" is how politics works, there is nothing wrong with it, you have to do it to 'get ahead.' I am guessing they may have craved the history-making presidency no matter what, and did whatever needed to get rid of Bernie.

And I do think Bernie would have won over Trump. Not sure that would have been a good thing or not, the country might not be prepared to take on Bernie's ideas...could have ripped us apart...however, you know me a bit radical here :P, I made my lifetime first-ever political contribution when I sent him his average $27 donation! 

But I am concerned about the extreme polarization in US politics now, and I don't really think the two parties are (basically) all that different...just fighting with each other and within themselves, dirty tricks, so unethical.

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