To the person who came here looking for “naked girl scouts”: ewwww. Okay? That’s just wrong. It’s also icky that “naked girl scouts” finds my blog somehow.
I had a job interview today. I think it went well… I had a whole other post written up about work and jobs and what’s going on in my head right now, but then I got cold feet.
See, I have issues with transparency. I really, really want to be totally honest and put it all out there. On the other hand, I’m really paranoid that potential employers will find my blog and decide to pass me by if they don’t like what I’ve written. What are the chances of that actually happening? I’m not sure. A google search on my name comes up with the blog within the first few hits. It’s pretty obvious that some of the other Claire Lundberg’s out there aren’t ME, but it is also obvious that the one for my blog IS me.
Is it just me? If I was an employer, I probably would do a quick search to see what came up, but I’m just that kind of nosy.
So I don’t know exactly what I want to do. I could put it all out there and hope for the best, but that does little to assuage my paranoia. Or I could just figure that if someone didn’t want to hire me based on what I write about my personal life, maybe I didn’t want to work for them? I don’t know… it’s all so messy.
I know, I always seem to catch the end of “what’s new and cool” but I still think this is funny enough to dedicate a blog post to it.
Go Fug Yourself: a blog dedicated to fashion mistakes of the rich and famous (and occasionally the not-as-famous).
Every once in a while I see a photo of some celebrity type and think “Why God is this person famous?” Actually, I think that a lot after seeing movies with some of these people or hearing their songs…
Anyway, it’s good for a snark. I may not be famous, but at least I can dress myself without looking like a train wreck.
That last post is supposed to be mine.
I just deleted the 7 most recent comments while I was trying to delete a bunch of spam comments. For those whose comments just got the axe, please accept my apologies. WordPress provides no method to recover comments if you accidentally delete them…
I’m just waiting for WordPress 1.5.1 to be released so I can upgrade the blog and the spam software. I’ve been using some customized PHP to reduce server load by dropping certain comments (you know the ones, the drug pushers with the cialis and the virtual casino mafia with the online poker)…