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Old 07-02-2008, 07:29 PM   #1
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I've had a bad run of jobs this year. Was laid off in Feb. from American Student Loans when congress screwed over the student loan program to pay for the war. So I got a job right away programming for Phoenix Elementary. When the new budget rolled out, it looked like I'd lose that job in July. I decided to avoid the rush and got a job for GoWare in the end of April. Mid May, the CEO take is all out for lunch and tells everyone that there's no money for payroll for June. So, I finally have a job now for LifeLock and really like it. Very stable and they take care of their employees. And I get their service for free, too. Anyway, I hope I get to keep this job longer then a month. Looks like I will and with upward mobility as well.


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Old 07-02-2008, 07:32 PM   #2
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Man, talk about involuntary job hopping.

I hope for you this will last long enough to get tired of it


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Old 07-02-2008, 07:44 PM   #3
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Congrats and good luck.

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WOW - Congrats and best of luck!
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Old 07-02-2008, 08:15 PM   #5
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Glad to hear you got through a rough patch OK.
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Ouch I have gone through that with 3 jobs as well. Not a fun time, I am sure you know that. Good luck on this one.
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I heard that the guy in the lifelock commercials who advertises his SSN had his ID stolen. Ayone else hear that and is it true?
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so you are not a stripper?
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Actually, I was going to ask...what LifeLock?
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Todd Davis actually met us &nd had lunch with us. Really neat guy. We werer introducing our selves and when I said that I brew my own beer he said I was his new best friend. He tolds us that he did have his identy stolen but LifeLock did what it was designed to do. Some guy cashed a $500 payday loan at a company that didn't do a credit check. LifeLock alerted as soon as it hit his credit, fixed his credit, restored the $500, and caught the guy. You can think of LifeLock as LowJack for identity.


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