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Well, I'll actually look tomorrow, but seeing as I just watched an episode.

Rescue Me is fantastic.
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Oh, and seen Generation Kill yet?
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Never heard of it, even.

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It is also by the guy who did the Wire.
7 episode series about Iraq war, really, really good.
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Okay, I'll have to look into that. I'm downloading The Corner at the moment, by the same guy. No clue what it's about.

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Congrats on 4 years with the girlfriend.

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Thanks!
MGM wrote:Hrm. Next week I've got two intake interviews with... uh, I dunno what the English term is, a posting office? Dudes who work as an intermediate between me and possible employers. I know the offers they might have will most likely not be in the field of architecture, but if interesting enough, I might go for it anyway. Jobs are hard to find at the moment.
Well, two more next week. Last round was a bit dubious. First talk didn't really deliver anything, the second firm is still in process of maybe getting me a position as an architect. But yeah, that takes a long ass time.

So, we'll see what next week brings.

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Fingers crossed. Job means money means you'll be able to make it to whichever the next BX meeting is.

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NYC is a definite for me, I'll be there.

Fingers crossed, because job means money means Sandman bookends. :D

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With this post, within the sanctuary of your very thread - I overtake you!

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I salute thee, no-lifer. :D

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Post by MGM »

I might have a job soon! The deal's not done, but I've had a talk with the company (they're advisors, pretty much what I graduated for besides being an architect) and they'd like to work with me. The job sounds like a pretty good one, the location not so much (I'd have to buy a car), so I'll be in some more talks. Basically contract and other details, but they'll be important details. I'd much prefer to work for an architect company, but as a first opportunity this would be pretty good.

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