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Sep 19th 2011 7:14PM Someone in Washington needs to perk up and HELP this woman - these banks have done this over and over again to decent people. They sell the loan, you cannot locate the loan - they refuse your payment by checks - it is a ripoff game to hardworking citizens.
And lawyers - don't get me started.
If there is an address on where and how to help her, in her fight - please publicize it AOL!
Mar 5th 2010 1:17PM she needs to inform woman's parents - mainly because - how OLD was she when this 'affair' started.....
and the married woman needs to seek counseling for herself - she has done nothing wrong.....if she makes him go to counseling, he will only go to 'protect' his lies......
voice of experience
Jan 1st 2010 10:39PM I lost my dearest, closest friend this April 2009.....in a car accident. She was radiant. Everyone that knew Gayla, can attest to her presence when she walked into a room. That shining smile, those sparkling eyes - and oh, talk about shoes! She would have done anything for me - and I for her, Sometimes, it is hard to imagine what G-d has planned - because it hurts so very much. I ache for her husband and the two beautiful children she left behind - but I know she would be scolding me right now for not 'picking myself up and dusting myself off'....because life goes on. It just goes on a little emptier without her........
Oct 13th 2009 2:04PM Excellent response!
Oct 13th 2009 2:02PM First of all - there is a demand for Excellent teachers. The shortage is such, that districts are forced to hire 'alternative certified teachers' - those who had a degree in something else, and came back and took a few courses and went to teach. Our turnover rate is high with new teachers - because of the stressors that are out there. We educate ALL kids - not just some kids.
Are some districts cutting back - yes. Do research - many are hiring. We will see cutbacks in Special Education and Middle and High School levels - because for years we have OVER identified kids in special education when WE COULD NOT teach them! Now - times are changing. And we have too many people "teaching to one or two students" and that is not cost effective.
Subbing and student teaching are great ways to get to know campus personnel - and for them to know you. If they have openings - and you are not being interviewed - ask why. Perhaps it is not the place for you.
Further - if you are looking - be willing to go to the schools across the tracks - under the hill - etc - where we need teachers, who want to make a difference. Too many times, applicants state the schools that "they prefer" - a big red flag for those of us looking for expertise in education. Hope this helps.
Jun 8th 2008 8:20PM Ridiculous! I do work in a service industry....one in which you are expected to spell correctly. It was her opinion that customers are rude and mine that the provider should take into consideration what that customer may be going through. That is part of a service-oriented field. Which most of you are obviously not! Read Good to Great - and you get over it.
Jun 8th 2008 4:07PM About the drink issue - give me a break. You are in a customer service industry. Your job is to service the client. You are thousands of feet up in the air - with people who are vacationing, snoozing, or going to work - and you are upset that they are relaxing? And that you have to repeat the order request. They ARE not working for you - it's no wonder the airlines are suffering! Next time - place the empty cup on their tray and ask ' DRINK?' - that's just one word you have to worry about......get over it