Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Thirteen months and 10 days later, I am no longer on the unemployment rolls. At least, until I pass a drug test and background check. The only drugs they'll find are Ramipril, Lovaza (fish oil) and benedryl, the miracle drug, second only to aspirin, IMHO. Regardless, after an hour-and-half interview today, an offer was made and I took it. I'm anxious to get back to the challenge of helping a company achieve its goals for itself and its clients. I thank all of the businesses and taxpayers who paid for my unemployment compensation. Right now, my second career will be part-time, but hopefully will save me in the event of another financial crisis that could take us out again. Don't count that out as a possibility, as the world nations continue to print fiat money to float their existences. It is a perilous game that is nearing the 'Game Over' status; i.e., time to start a new game, as the old one has reached its limitations of substainability.