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November 14, 2009

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Gropius

The "can I pick your brain" pickers that CONSTANTLY call us at our resource center are usually looking for a job. It's not that we don't WANT to help, but really, what can we do? Why don't they just come out and say "Look, I need a job, more clients, etc. Any ideas for me?" The truth: it's truly slim pickin' around here with employment.

Isle Dance

I love healthy boundaries. Great points.

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