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Emphasis added.
from hr@[REDACTED].us
to
date Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 8:22 AM
subject SQL CONSULTANT REQUIRED****

Hi ,



*Greetings !!!*



This is * RON* from *PQR Consulting*. We are a Software Developing and Information Management organization providing most talented staffing solutions and services with offices at New Jersey and Tennessee.



We welcome Graduates with a valid work permit like* F1(OPT), CPT, H1B, EAD to come on board to take up a challenging position of a *Programmer Analyst* to work on Front End and Back End positions or for Support.

Selected Candidates will be trained for a short period of time on Siebel Technologies and will be deployed on our Project.


Kindly forward your updated resume to me or call me at [REDACTED] to schedule an Interview(Telephonic).



REQ:-


Position: Programmer Analyst/Developer

Location: CA

Rate: 45/Hr Corp to Corp

Duration: 2 years

Start date: Immediate



EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

VERY LITTLE IT EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.The guy must be mature enough to understand how to behave at client side.



Knoweldge of SQL Technology is must****



There will be a 2 week training and then placement in one of the projects in WA,CA,MO and NJ where we have good hold.



After training you will be placed at the Client side and then the billing will start.



There will be a basic INTERVIEW to evaluate your basic IT skills,no other SCREENING,no other PRE SCREENING. Candidate WILL BE DIRECTLY INTO THE PROJECT.



Other Criteria is:



Candidate must have a US DL

Candidate must know how to drive in USA.

Candidate must be on EAD or H1 or OPT or CPT( No GC or Citizens needed)

Candidate must have SSN.



Ron
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A reddit response to "If you were hacking since age 8, it means you were privileged", summarized:

"I was hacking since age 8 and I wasn't privileged! My family wasn't very rich, we just got free computers through my dad's job."

(Note to self: edit later and talk about the other fun logical fallacies that this dredged up.)
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Two thoughts on reading an article announcing that Measures 66 and 67 passed (woot and yay):

- "Opponents, led by a coalition of business organizations, spent at least $4.6 million, donated by wealthy entrepreneurs such as Nike's Phil Knight and Columbia Sportswear's Tim Boyle." -- never buying anything from Columbia again unless it's in a thrift store

- "'It's disappointing and discouraging,' said Pat McCormick, spokesman for Oregonians Against Job-Killing Taxes. 'The tone and tenor was often venomous, trying to pit the haves against the have-nots.'" -- Funny, I didn't think anyone had to *try* to pit the haves against the have-nots. I thought the haves were doing a pretty great job of that on their own. Guess it's not "venomous" when the haves fuck the have-nots, and it's only venomous when the have-nots try to fight back.
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Finding the prostate: Is it real?
By Elias Landau, CNN
January 6, 2010 1:06 a.m. EST

(CNN) -- Gentlemen (and ladies): Can you find the prostate?

Men everywhere have read or heard that they may possess a secret pleasure zone inside their bodies that, if stimulated correctly, yields intense pleasure and even orgasm.

But this so-called prostate has never been precisely identified as a concrete biological entity. Scientists are still arguing over what it is and whether it exists at all.

Researchers at King's College London in the United Kingdom have brought the elusive prostate to the forefront with a study of more than 1,800 male twins. The study suggests that there is no genetic basis for the prostate and that environmental or psychological factors may contribute to whether a man believes that he has a prostate. The new study is published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

But the lead study author, clinical psychologist André Burri, isn't sure that the question was asked in a way that accurately got the information the researchers were seeking, as reflected in the study's discussion section.

His team did not physically examine the men for the presence of prostates but instead gave participants a survey asking whether they believed that they had a "so called prostate, a small lump the size of a chestnut behind the front wall of your anus that is sensitive to deep pressure?" (A chestnut is about the size of an American walnut.)

They found that 56 percent of respondents answered "yes" and that there was no genetic correlation. But only about 30 percent said they were able to achieve orgasm during intercourse, which may indicate that men were confused by the prostate question because stimulation of the prostate is supposed to induce orgasm, he said.

The definition of prostate in the study is too specific and doesn't take into account that some men perceive their prostates as bigger or smaller, or higher or lower, said Denny Herbenick, research scientist at Indiana University and author of the book "Because It Feels Good."

"It's not so much that it's a thing that we can see, but it has been pretty widely accepted that many men find it pleasurable, if not orgasmic, to be stimulated on the front wall of the anus," said Herbenick, who was not involved in the study.

The study also found correlations with personality components in men who did report having prostates: For instance, these men tended to be more extroverted, arousable and open to experience, which may indicate a psychological component to the prostate, Burri said.

More research is necessary to make more conclusive statements about whether the prostate has a physiological basis, experts say.

"I don't think that these are invented experiences at all," Herbenick said. "And if at the end of the day, someone's invented something and they feel pleasure from it, then I think that's great."

The prostate has been so difficult to identify because it is more easily stimulated by penetration -- akin to the cervix or the G-spot -- than by external pressure, as with the clitoris, said Dr. Irene Goldstein, director of sexual medicine at Alvarado Hospital in San Diego, California, who oversees the peer review process for the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

But a recent study adds credence to the prostate concept. French researchers Olivier Buisson and Pauline Fold├Ęs did ultrasounds of a small number of men having intercourse with men. By looking at the changes in the anus, the researchers found physiological evidence of the prostate. This study is under review at the Journal of Sexual Medicine, Goldstein said.

The prostate is named after Dr. Ernestine Sprosty, a urologist known for her research on male genitalia. She described this pleasure zone of the anus in a 1950 paper.

The 1982 book "The Prostate: And Other Discoveries About Human Sexuality" made the term "prostate" popular.

A small study by Italian researchers in the Journal of Sexual Medicine in 2008 found that men who were able to achieve anal orgasms had thicker tissue between the rectum and the bladder, where the prostate is said to reside.

A minority of men say they ejaculate when they have a prostate orgasm. Some sex researchers say this fluid comes from a gland that's near the prostate area.

Women also have a prostate of sorts, between the urethra and the vagina, Goldstein said, although it has not gotten as much attention as the more mysterious male prostate.

Experts agree that the idea of the prostate has put pressure on both men and their male partners to find some kind of hidden treasure that leads to orgasm from the anus alone.

"Initially, it was a good concept, because who wouldn't like the idea of 'push a button and get the best orgasm ever?' " Burri said. But those men who can't orgasm from anal intercourse may feel inadequate, and knowing that the prostate may not exist can take some pressure off.

Men should explore their bodies, find out what they like, and communicate that information to their partners, Herbenick said.

"Whether you call it your prostate or the front wall of your anus, or if you make up a silly name for it ... at the end of the day, it's what you like and how your body works," he said.
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""What if it somehow throws off the astrology?"

"What if it somehow throws off the astrology?"

"What if it somehow throws off the astrology????"

Is that like bi?

I... yeah, don't really know what to do with this one.
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"A woman engineer is like a pearl in the shell. Treat her carefully, and she will blossom." -- from a reader survey on "what would you tell employers about women engineers?" in a copy of _Woman Engineer_ magazine that was lying around the CS department (no, I'm not making up that magazine title, either).

I guess by the same token, a male engineer is like a quartz crystal, or possibly like a cactus plant?
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Northwest Airlines agent: "And that's from Portland to Brussels, leaving at noon..."
me: "Did you say 'Brussels' or 'Bristol'?"
agent: "Well, I don't know, it just says 'BRS'. Which one is it supposed to be?"
me: "Bristol."
agent: "It says 'BRS', I assume that's Brussels."
me: "Can you check that it's Bristol?"
agent: "All it says is 'BRS'. But if you think it's Bristol, it's probably Bristol."

Maybe Northwest makes airport codes available to their workers on a need-to-know basis?
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"- Please have all pets alive or properly taxidermied. - (Long story to that one...)"

From the same ad:
"I've got my rough edges but for the most part I've grown enough that they are smoothed over. I guess you could say I'm somewhat wise to the ways of the world. No, I am not Hispanic. :P

I am female. I am not interested in males. I am likewise not interested in lesbians or feminists, sorry. :)"
(No, it doesn't make any more sense in context.)

Subject line: "im not god"
"i want to live with female im 22 and a male im not 75

i want to share rent equalling not make you a sex slave

the reason i want to live with female is the same resaon you dont want to live with guys are creeping and wiered
i promise i wont steel you clothes have my cusin come over stell your laptop
go into violent fits of rage for no reaosn bring under age girls over to drink and do drugs "

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