Recently, TSB received an e-mail from our all time favorite platform Stinkedin, oops I mean Linkedin. Sometimes one must wonder whether the power of the internet is omnipotent that everyone is willing to drink the koolaid. I mean even the President is gullible enough to believe that Silicon Valley is going to produce more jobs in the U.S.. No doubt, that TSB is guilty by delivering a platform called The Spine Blogger on a weekly basis. What we don't believe in doing is sharing information, pictures, and other personal information. Do any of you really give a "rats derriere" whether someone you really don't know, was in Brazil this weekend partying with Barack Obama? In addition, I disabled my Facebook account when I started getting all these weird e-mails from people that claimed they were my friends. Truthfully and no offense, TSB doesn't even know whom some of you are. If one looks up the definition of the word "friends," it means a person attached to another by feelings or affection. My all time favorite was when someone I really didn't know sent me a picture of himself and his wife, whom of course was exhibiting her decolletage, and TSB is being generous with our choice of words. Can we talk? I guess he was proud to show off his trophy wife. But this isn't really what this post is about.
This morning TSB received an e-mail from someone on Linkedin that was announcing that Life Spine was looking for Regional Sales Mangers Nationwide. Is this company even in existence? Hasn't this company gone through more managers than Imelda Marcos went through shoes? Even Hannibal Lecter would tell you that, "people don't always tell you what they're thinking, they just see to it that you don't advance in life." Granted, many people believe that their baby is beautiful, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder. So if anyone is looking for a job, this is a golden opportunity to be tormented like Agent Starling. By the way, whatever happened to Chris Cochran? You know what Rick Blaine said in Casablanca, "Louis, this could be the start of a beautiful friendship." So if you're looking for work, crank up that typewriter and get your resume out there, opportunities like this come once in a lifetime. TSB wants to know what our bloggers think?