chrome-blade: This is NOT NORMAL. In ANY WAY. …

chrome-blade:

This is NOT NORMAL. In ANY WAY.

This is NOT something that should happen in a free country. A free country doesn’t have children living with this kind of fear.

trashgender-garbabe-nova: sapphiel: why is t…

trashgender-garbabe-nova:

sapphiel:

why is this making me laughter harder than it should

When you make a beautiful snow mural and then take a nap with your bike.

Black Panther PSA

2thickgi:

blkgrlmajic:

cudi-gambino:

falconpunchyourmom:

Please be cautious when you go to the movie theater.  

Make mental notes of the exits both front and back of the complex.  

Keep your kids close at all times. 

Please be safe.

Big factssssss.

I was just thinking about this. All y’all please be safe. These white nationalists be bold asf nowadays

I used to work for AMC theaters, I’m not sure if this applies for every company but this is the layout for AMC.

– There’s an emergency exist in EVERY AUDITORIUM right next to the screen. There will be an exit sign right above it, you can’t miss it.

– At the bottom of EVERY screen in the theater, if you lift the curtain there is space to hide.

– IF YOU SEE AN EMPLOYEE OPENING UP A DOOR THAT REQUIRES A CODE, FOLLOW THEM. THEY LEAD TO SAFETY.

professorotaku: thegrayship: mrmerenda: Mupp…

professorotaku:

thegrayship:

mrmerenda:

Muppet mischief!

this is so pure

Reblog if you heard it in Ms Piggy’s voice in your head. 

itscarororo: ocicatsy-in-space: allisonpregle…

itscarororo:

ocicatsy-in-space:

allisonpregler:

phyxrak:

elizabethmarten:

when youre running late for saving your soulmate from a cursed pirate ship

The single greatest scene in anything ever 😂😂😂😂 @skillzyo

this is the single greatest fuck you to physics that ever came out of this show

I LOVE THIS SHOW

this is so fucking funny

rebelreys:

rebelreys:

we are what they grow beyond

Regular

boogiewoogiebuglegal:

cricketcat9:

topsecretespeonage:

neurofancier:

khirsahle:

newtsckamander:

suaimhneas-peace:

emeraldboreas:

a-windsor:

mellivorinae:

a-windsor:

mellivorinae:

OH MY GOD whyyyy did no one tell me you’re supposed to send thank-yous after interviews?? Why would I do that???

“Thank you for this incredibly stressful 30 minutes that I have had to re-structure my entire day around and which will give me anxiety poos for the next 24 hours.”

I HATE ETIQUETTE IT’S THE MOST IMPOSSIBLE THING FOR ME TO LEARN WITHOUT SOMEONE DIRECTLY TELLING ME THIS SHIT

NO ONE TOLD YOU???? WTF! I HAVE FAILED YOU.

Also:

Dear ______:

Thank you so much for the opportunity to sit down with you (&________) to discuss the [insert job position]. I am grateful to be considered for the position. I think I will be a great fit at [company name], especially given my experience in __________. [insert possible reference to something you talked about, something that excited you.] I look forward to hearing from you [and if you are feeling super confident: and working together in the future].

Sincerely,
@mellivorinae

THIS IS A LIFESAVING TEMPLATE

YOU ARE WELCOME

My brother got a really great paid internship one summer. The guy who hired him said the deciding factor was the professional thank you letter my brother sent after the interview.

should it be an email? or like a physical letter?

email, you want to send it within a few hours at max after the interview if you can so it’s fresh in their mind who you are. 

Confirmed! I interviewed for a job right after arriving in NY. The interview went incredibly well, and I went home and immediately wrote a thank you letter and put it in the mail. I had a super good feeling about this interview.

I didn’t get the job.

However, a few weeks later, I was called in to interview with another editor in the same company, and I did get that job. I found out later from the initial editor (the one who didn’t hire me) that he had planned to offer me the job, but since I didn’t follow up with a thank you letter, he assumed I didn’t really want it. He offered the job to another contender–but when he got my letter in the mail shortly after the offer had already been made, he went to HR and gave me a glowing recommendation. It was based on that recommendation that I got called in for the second interview.

So: send an email thank you immediately (same day!) after the interview. If you’re feeling extra, go ahead and send a written one too. OR go immediately to a coffee shop, write the letter, and return to the office and give it to the secretary.

Either way, those letters are important.

Pro tip: If you really want HR to develop a personal interest in your application, publicly thank them on linkedin. Just make a short post telling your network about how X recruiter really went above and beyond to make you feel welcome, or about how be accommodating and professional they were, or whatever. Make sure to use the mention feature so they’ll get a notification and see it. 

Flattery will get you everywhere… and public flattery that might make its way back to their manager, doubly so.

Obligatory plug for one of FreePrintable.net’s sites: ThankYouLetter.ws. They have a whole section with interview thank you letter templates, and a page with specific tips for interview thank you letters. (There are also tons of other letter templates if you browse around a bit.)

As a former professional recruiter and recruiting manager, I confirm, especially for entry-level positions, where you are competing with oodles of people. This little thing can make a difference. Also the fact that, maybe, you took time to google the “interview etiquette”.

SIGNAL BOOST

mandalorianmercs: RT @501stLegion: Members of…

mandalorianmercs:

RT @501stLegion: Members of the @AlpineGarrison in the winter Olympics spirit! #501st https://t.co/HlgygwY6L6

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cat-warnick:

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armthearmour: An Oakeshott type XII, Europe, …

armthearmour:

An Oakeshott type XII, Europe, ca. late 13th century, from Czerny’s International Auction House.