...until there's not enough


Anonymous asked:
Can you give me 1 million dollar?


  1. Right click
  2. Print
  3. Repeat several times
  4. Attempt to use at Walmart
  5. Get laughed at
  6. Belligerently insist that it’s real until the cops arrive
  7. Slip spare one million dollar bill (see step 3) into cop’s shirt pocket
  8. Emphatically give cop a double wink
  9. Whisper “There’s more where that came from.”
  10. Run
I've always wondered the following, perhaps you may have an opinion: In a job interview, when the potential employer asks the candidate, "Do you have any questions for me?" what is the best answer - statements or questions - that the candidate could say or ask?

GREAT question!

You should always have a couple of questions for the interviewer, but don’t make it a game of 20 Questions.  This is your chance to “interview” the company to see if it’s a good fit for you, and it lets you show what you know about them.

Ask a specific question about any recent news they’ve made, but stay away from any negative headlines. 

Also, ask a specific question about the office culture and the team that you would be working with.  This will cause the interviewer to create a mental image in their head of you actually working in the office.  It helps to make you memorable when they are reviewing all of the candidates later.

Good luck!