UnTouChablE wrote:Patriot1208 wrote:UnTouChablE wrote:Patriot1208 wrote:
It took me three reads to understand what you were saying, but I think I get you now. And, I never said anything about you personally, just that someone who talks like you write is shit out of luck with work. So, hopefully, you don't talk like that or you will try hard to change the way you speak.
You are assuming it is my fault because it took you 'three reads' to understand what I had typed? lollol, sounds like dat is a personal problem. And people that talk like I write are only SOL if you are the employer, hope they don't have to interview with you.
Considering it doesn't take me three reads to understand what other people write, yes, I think it's your fault. And, no, they are SOL if they have an interviewer who is educated and works with educated clients. Appearances are everything and someone who talks like that will shine a bad light on the firm. You'd never be allowed to interact with a client.
Anyways, I figure you are trolling, so we can stop now.
Fuck is wrong wit ya? Are you assuming am not educated because of the way I talk? Or I don't bring anything to the table that adds value for 'educated clients? Appearances are 'everything', who da fuck told you this? What happened to an accomplished resume? If I have something of value to add, that saves the firm money or wins cases, how would that 'shine a bad light on the firm'? You might be right about not being able to interact with clients but who da fuck told ya that was what I(we) are trying to do?
Something is wrong with you. Shit, its okay to have preconceived notions but you are being ridiculous.
Talking like that gives off the impression that you are uneducated, even if you are educated. If a firm is scared to have you interact with a bank or company because they are afraid of what the executives at that bank will think, you won't get hired. Whatever you want to say about what you can bring to the table, a potential employer won't be able to get past the way you speak. And, certainly, you have to know more about the job market than you are letting on. An accomplished resume gets you an interview, an interview gets you a job. You may well get a lot of interviews, you won't get any jobs speaking like that.