You can call me Commander if Big Brother won't come after us for civilian use of a military term.
I know that potential employers are asking candidates for their Facebook ID and password. Add "I" to FB and you've got the perfect privacy busting tag-team.
It's a lousy position to be in when you want to land that perfect job and they want you to pee in a cup, take your blood in a full health workup, provide your full family history, sign away your soul and promise your firstborn. That might be a little over the top but it's not uncommon to see at least two of those over your career.
You're smart enough to write a thoughtful message that makes sense using proper grammar and spelling. That puts you way ahead of the game these days. Substitute "hypocritical" for "disingenuous" and you've got it. It's choosing one hypocritical behavior above another. Like you say, politicians are really good at RDBP. It's also how I poke some fun at pseudo-intellectuals who try to snow you with big long words.
I still have a TI SR-51 around here somewhere - or is it a SR-51A? During my college days I remember a full-size desk in the Astronomy department that was nothing more than a calculator.
A free lunch sounds wonderful but I can accept no gifts per my contract. You sound like someone who would be fun to talk with over lunch.
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