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  1. Many many years ago I interviewed for a job in a non profit in Washington, D.C. My prospective boss asked me to go out to lunch and my choices were the expensive restaurant next door or a cafeteria at NEA. I chose the former. Yes I got the job, but I later found out I almost didn’t because I had stuRead more

    Many many years ago I interviewed for a job in a non profit in Washington, D.C. My prospective boss asked me to go out to lunch and my choices were the expensive restaurant next door or a cafeteria at NEA. I chose the former.

    Yes I got the job, but I later found out I almost didn’t because I had stupidly forgotten this was a NONPROFIT with a limited budget and I should have been more sensitive to this.

    Why did I get the job? I was red haired, boss’s daughters had red hair, and this was a mitigating factor. When I walked into the office on the first day of work, his secretary AND administrative assistant were red haired.

    Moral to story: Order somewhere in the middle. Avoid all traps.

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  2. I live in Ohio. There is not much about Ohio that is truly unique, but there are a few things. Ohio has the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and the NFL Hall of Fame in Canton. Texas Aggies fans (and others) will argue, but many Ohioans will tell you that we have the best marching band, The ORead more

    I live in Ohio. There is not much about Ohio that is truly unique, but there are a few things.

    Ohio has the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and the NFL Hall of Fame in Canton.

    Texas Aggies fans (and others) will argue, but many Ohioans will tell you that we have the best marching band, The Ohio State University Marching Band, aka The Best Damn Band in the Land.

    Ohio likes to consider itself the “birthplace of Presidents,” as eight U.S. presidents were born in Ohio: McKinley, Benjamin Harrison, Harding, Taft, Garfield, Hayes, and Grant. That’s more than any other state.

    We also have some people who were significant in the history of aerospace, most notably the Wright Brothers. While their first successful powered flight occurred at Kitty Hawk NC, the research and development was done in Dayton, Ohio. Ohio is the birthplace of 25 astronauts, including three of the most significant: John Glenn, Neil Armstrong, and Jim Lovell. Glenn and Armstrong remained associated with Ohio throughout their lives.

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  3. Use a face scrub every 3 days after your face wash to remove the layer of dead skin cells. Himalaya’s apricot face scrub is pretty good for this purpose as it gently removes the black heads too and moisturises my face.

    Use a face scrub every 3 days after your face wash to remove the layer of dead skin cells. Himalaya’s apricot face scrub is pretty good for this purpose as it gently removes the black heads too and moisturises my face.

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