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The notion that employers are only interested in where you have been and where you are heading is pure nonsense. Experienced hiring managers take into account both your experience and your character. After all, in the end, they are hiring a human being, not a robot. Still, many believe that personal attributes just take up space and make the resume "fluffy." After reading countless job descriptions that make it a point to mention personal characteristics and speaking directly with hiring managers on this specific topic, I've come to realize that it's not the inclusion of personal attributes that make resumes superficial. It's how the characteristics are presented that is the cause of concern. In this article, I will focus on the top three characteristics employers seek (good communication skills, honesty, and a strong work ethic) and discuss how you can seamlessly integrate them into your resume. Visit *******www.careerstrides****
12 Jun 2008
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As I watch the news feeds this week and today in particular, all I see are comments about how high inflation is in the U.S. and how concerned the Fed is about it. I have to ask "what inflation?" Are we talking about energy inflation, core inflation, CPI, PPI... etc? I bring this up because it seems that every time traders get really myopic about one measure or another, they are setting themselves up for disruption. I think this is important right now when it seems like the inflation threat is being overblown. Historical numbers and market estimates just don't seem to justify the amount of news coverage.
13 Jun 2008
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*******live.pirillo**** - On June 9th, the National average for gas prices per gallon hit the $4.00 mark. This all-time high came as no surprise to most of us. Does this concern you? Are you worried about the gas crisis? I'm not.
13 Jun 2008
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Organized stalkers are cultists that collectively ablutes with the blood of their target. They desire to eviscerate the target's body, mind and soul. With mocking gangstalking, strangers and unknown persons are brought to bear up on the target in public places and if possible in places of employment and even in their homes and go through rituals to offend and confuse. The is done intensely and repeatedly for months and years to alienate the target from their community. From the perspective of the target, he or she can not trust any stranger again. The further the targets gets away from their residence, the more aggressive harassment. If the target travels great distances for work, modes of transport will be tampered with or sabotaged. If the target travels to meet family and friends the harassments and stalking will be tough and proactive. The objective it to demobilize and isolate the target to concentrate the abuse of the target in their homes. This is economical and facilitates 24/7/365 torture. Once the target is reduced into a paranoid reclusion the more psychotic of the gangstalkers are brought in to initiate electronic harassment. Radar guns, speakers with amplified ultrasound transducers, EMF generators and microwave guns are deployed in an adjacent property to fry and rupture the target. These tools are used to degrade the mind and body of the target. The intensity and discomfort to the target is used to regulate the targets behaviour. If the target goes to another part of their house unexpectantly, pain levels are ratcheted up, if the target exercises, pain levels are increased and if the target has a wash punitive measures are taken. In the minds of the gangstalkers, the target has no right to behave as if they are human. The target is not permitted to take a self beneficial action. As far as the gangstalkers are concerned the target must accept their predicament and go through a steady demise. Within the target's home, there are certain no go areas defined by the gangstalkers. With this there is an ever decreasing circle the target is permitted to occupy. Any outraged reaction from the target imposes penalties. If a target attacks a street stalker, other stalkers within the vicinity will play act at being witness . Collusive and corrupt police officers will be summoned and the conveyor belt of a corrupt legal system will brought into effect. Once in prison, the target will receive his or her penalties. Usually gangstalkers research their victims for their durability and law abiding nature to sustain the process. Picking an unstable or criminal target may backfire and results in situations like shopping mall mass killings or postal worker rampages. In North London two years ago, a young refugee went berserk with a samurai sword and walked down the street chopping strangers heads and limbs off. This chap escaped from his war torn country, was working since the age of sixteen to support his family back home, had no previous history of mental illness yet lost it and selectively targeted people in his locality. Last I heard, he is regularly drugged and beaten where he is securely held.
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President Bush is on a "farewell tour" to Europe. When asked about Iran, he says that "all options are on the table." What does he mean? And why is Ahmadinejad not concerned? Answers to these questions and more on Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report presented by Jamal Dajani. For more information, visit at
9 Feb 2009
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New Jersey plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul Parker, offers this video tour of the Parker Center for Plastic Surgery, New Jersey, one of the nation's foremost surgical centers. The nurturing and caring team of highly trained professional registered nurses, board certified anesthesiologists, and excellent support staff help you to accomplish appearance goals with caring attention to the patient. The patient's safety and comfort are the primary concern of the staff and the most natural looking results are the aesthetic goal. "We're passionate about what we do. We love what we do. Our staff really enjoy working with the patients and bond with the patients," says Dr. Parker. In New Jersey, breast augmentation, tummy tuck, liposuctions, facelift, and many other procedures for body contouring and enhancing procedures are all specialties of Dr. Parker. One patient comments, "Dr. Parker came highly recommended to me by two separate people." "From the moment you walk into the Parker Center, everyone was just so helpful," says another. Pleased with her results, a female patient says, "The surgery met my expectation. It exceeded my expectations. I am very happy with results." Dr. Paul Parker is a board certified and renown plastic surgeon in Paramus, New Jersey. Dr. Parker has garnered an outstanding reputation among patients and colleagues over more than twenty years in cosmetic surgery experience.
16 Jun 2008
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- New Jersey plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul Parker, offers this video of one patient speaking to anyone interested in a tummy tuck procedure. It provides a first-hand experience of Parker Center for Plastic Surgery, New Jersey. Tummy tuck or abdominoplasty helps to remove the excess skin and fat remaining after pregnancy and in this patient's experience, hysterectomy. After an abdominoplasty procedure, clothes fit better and confidence greatly improves. Parker Center strives to ease your concerns with caring staff and with nurses who treat patients exceptionally well. A uniquely designed Rapid recovery Program with medications and massage is prescribed for each patient for treatment before and after surgery for accelerated healing to quickly return to everyday life. Hear our patient, "I would recommend anybody and everybody who would like to have plastic surgery to come to the Parker Center." Dr. Paul Parker is a board certified and incredibly experienced plastic surgeon in Paramus, New Jersey. Paramus plastic surgeon, Dr. Parker, has an excellent surgical reputation and has more than twenty years of experience in cosmetic surgery. Dr. Parker specializes in breast augmentation, tummy tuck, liposuction, face lift, rhinoplasty as well as many other breast enhancement, body contouring and facial procedures.
16 Jun 2008
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Exploring the pastoral, ASPECT shifts the concept of urban as center in Volume 10: Rural. Proving that bucolic concerns are equally vital, this issue features nine artists who challenge and investigate the real, imagined, and mediated natural world. These artists effectively employ high- and low- tech transformations and interventions which concentrate the attention of the art world, however temporarily, on the vast world outside of urbanity. Artists and Commentators featured in this issue: SAM EASTERSON: Bird-Cams (7:22, video) Audio commentary by Daniel Incandela, Manager of New Media, and Despi Mayes, Program Coordinator, Indianapolis Museum of Art ERIC FREEMAN: Stethy (4:25, video) Audio commentary by COREY MICHAEL SMITHSON, MULTI-MEDIA ARTIST JACOB GALLE: Untitled (Cubicle) (6:22, performance) Audio commentary by MICHAEL MINELLI, ARTIST AND EDUCATOR PAM LARSON: Untitled (6:53, video) Audio commentary by MEG ROTZEL, ARTS DIRECTOR AND CURATOR CARY PEPPERMINT AND CHRISTINE NADIR: Wilderness Trouble V1.0 (3:30, video) Audio commentary by JOLINE BLAIS AND JON IPPOLITO, ARTISTS, WRITERS, PROFESSORS, AND CURATORS GWYAN RHABYT: 33 Fiddles (6:00, Installation) Audio commentary by HEATHER MCDOUGAL, ARTIST, NOVELIST, AND "CABINET OF WONDERS" KEEPER JENNY ROGERS: Trick Saddle (11:00, video) Audio commentary by SAUL OSTROW, CHAIR OF VISUAL ARTS AND TECHNOLOGIES, CLEVELAND INSTITUTE OF ART MARKUZ WERNLI SAITO: Canal Walks (6:35, performance) Audio commentary by DEBORAH J. MANTLE, EDUCATOR AND JOURNALIST THOMAS TOOMEY: I Know The Way! (2:35, video) Audio commentary by Tim Norris, Poet, Writer, Critic, Curator, Lecturer, and Spoken-word Artist Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jun 2008
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The British Foreign Secretary, Mr David Miliband, has been speaking about the European Union’s Lisbon Treaty following the Irish referendum. He says as far as Britain is concerned: the national interest is a strong Britain in a strong European Union.
17 Jun 2008
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The British Foreign Secretary, Mr David Miliband, has been speaking about the European Union’s Lisbon Treaty following the Irish referendum. He says as far as Britain is concerned: the national interest is a strong Britain in a strong European Union.
17 Jun 2008
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People have many questions regarding different treatment options for ADHD. One of the concerns parents of a child with ADHD may have is the long-term outcome of continued medication therapy. For find more information about ADHD treatment please visit *******www***ncerta****/
21 Jun 2008
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Say the word minivan, and the hair on the back of the necks of many drivers stands up with fear. For people concerned with their image, there is nothing worse than rolling around in a homely mommy mobile, no matter how practical they are. Well, Ford understands this phobea, and is offering up a cure in the form of an all new crossover called the Flex. Its built to deliver the things families need, in a package that definitely stands out from the crowd. Lets take a closer look.
19 Jun 2008
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Dr. McKenzie usually has a long consultation with his patients. He answers all concerns that you would have about hair transplantation, grafting and hair loss. He makes it very clear about the procedure involved like what he is going to do, where he is going to place the hair on the patient’s head. Dr. McKenzie makes it clear what to expect from the procedure and what discomfort could be involved during the surgery or after it.
19 Jun 2008
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Ave Maria! In this episode Dr Mark Miravalle addresses ecumenical concerns related to the Catholic Doctrine of Mary as Mediatrix of all Graces. He points out that honoring Mary does not take away from the honor we give to Christ but rather adds to it. Come listen to Dr. Miravalle as he takes us on a tour of the New Testament and shows how many times Mary mediates the graces that Jesus gives to us. Ave Maria!
19 Jun 2008
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Dr. Jan Linhart recognized by Close Up TV News for his exceptional contribution to cosmetic and restorative dentistry Dr. Jan Linhart, a highly regarded presence in dentistry since 1979 with a longstanding record of achievement, specializes in cosmetic and restorative dentistry including veneers, implants, bonding, and bleaching. In order to achieve perfect results for patients Dr. Linhart (www.drlinhart****) works closely with an in house team of Periodontics, Orthodontics, and root canal specialists Linhart offers a one stop shop practice to provide results at a fraction of the time enhancing all around patient experience. “We are very concerned with how our patients feel,” says Dr. Linhart. “Our atmosphere is very soothing and relaxing and if patients are concerned with pain we can provide an anesthesiologist or use nitrous oxide or valium. We do whatever it takes to keep our patients comfortable.” When a patient comes in Linhart takes photographs of their teeth, lips, and face, and overall appearance and create a wax mock-up of exactly what they feel their smile should look. Dr. Linhart’s patients can have very serious problems with their teeth that can’t be rectified through simple general dentistry. As the restorative dentist Dr. Linhart coordinates the work such as which procedure the patients needs first. Only when everything in the patient’s mouth is healthy and strong will Dr. Linhart begin his restorative treatment.
20 Jun 2008
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Steve Peasely is a financial advisor and host of InvestTalk, a weekday program that looks at new and relevant investment topics each weekday. He answers questions about financial and retirement planning, money management as well as general concerns about the stock market. Subscribe to the free podcast at: blog.investtalk****
20 Jun 2008
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