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Miscellaneous thoughts and ramblings
Tuesday, November 14, 2006
My whole team has been outsourced to India. Well, I guess our jobs have been outsourced - we're not going anywhere. Except home, I suppose.

It's not that dire - we're still employed during the long transition, which should take about three months. Then we have severance that takes us well into the spring. Still, bummer.
Ouch, sorry to hear that. Some stuff related to RaggedyDad's department is being outsourced to Glasgow and some to Budapest. He may have to go to Glasgow in January to train some people. I'm not really interested in moving to either of those places!
Sorry to hear that... Hopefully, you'll find a new place of employment soon.
That sucks.

Wait, maybe you can keep your job if you fake an accent.
That's terrible. I'm sorry.

(What a way to find out that a friend is getting laid off!)

Where are you lookin'?
anywhere and everywhere
What rotten news. Here's wishing you good hunting. Hope you find something good, and that you find it soon.
Sorry to hear about this. Am I wrong, or did you not blog some time ago about starting a new job...and this would be it?

Who am to talk? I lost my job in April, and still have to find full-time employment. I wish you better luck than I've had.

I hear that India is nice this time of year. JK. Sorry to hear about that. New opportunities are coming, good luck.
Thanks for all of your nice thoughts. I'm not worried, kenahorah.

Pearl - I don't recall if I blogged about a new job or not. I was made manager a couple of months ago - one of the reasons I haven't blogged too much lately. Too busy. Also, I took a month off of work to "bond with baby" (hooray for California state socialism!). It was one of the most stressful months of my life & I don't think I blogged a word.

You know, they say that when one door closes, another opens. Of course, that just means that your house has bad ventilation.
Is this that sucking sound Ross Perot used to talk about?

Sorry to hear this - I'm sure a talented guy like you will have no problems starting the next Yahoo! or Google. In fact, I'd be happy to help you out, assuming of course we are truly talking about the next Yahoo or Google...
Ralphie: sorry to hear this...but you don't sound too too worried. Now is the time to try your hand at stand-up comedy...I know tons of us in L.A. that will come see you :)
That totally sucks, Ralphie. Sorry to hear it. I fear the same will happen to me someday. Sigh.
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