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Here’s another instance where the person posting the “job opening” doesn’t seem to have the common sense to provide contact information.
It’s foolish for job seekers to respond to these posting by posting their info out into the public.
I am always amazed when someone posts a job opening and expects people to apply “in the public” here on this community forum.
Provide an address where people can apply directly to you, not to the world.
I seem to remember a rule that I read about posting to the West Seattle Blog Forums. It said something to the affect that in order to post a “rant” about a business, that the poster had to make a good faith effort to contact the business and give them a chance to resolve the issue.
I’m thinking that this post violates that civility and fairness rule. and frankly, I see that sort of posting in the WSB forums more than I would expect in this otherwise helpful and civil forum.
Actually, that’s a pretty good route. King street and second avenue in that area are real sleepers, traffic wise. I prefer Occidental, and ride through the two park areas when headed to Pioneer Square. Heading further into town, I pick up the protected bike lane on second at Yesler and take it all the way north through town.
Trickiest intersection is getting from the Trail to East Marginal Way northbound. I like to use the ped/bike crossing to get across E Marginal and then turn north, avoids a Kamakazee run across from the trail/sidewalk on the left side to the marked bike lane on the right.
Easy-Peezy 5 mile ride from Andover/Delridge to Pioneer square.
Kristian has been contacted via Facebook and wallet is enroute to her. Happy Ending!
Actually, in this case, letting “judy do it” meant letting her use your house for an overpriced garage sale, masquerading as an estate sale. The goods for sale were not from that person’s house.
Interesting the entitlement implied in the posting title: “Port losing 20% of IT’s business”.
The title might have more appropriately been along the lines of “…losing THE business…” or even better “…failed to be competitive and lost business it has previously held….”