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October 7, 2008

chopper-net-crop-180.jpgHey, Blog Guy, you give the very best career advice. I especially value your tips on how to know if we’ve made a bad career choice.

Thank you. Here’s something that always works. I call it the triple reality check:

If you’re at work right now, first look down. Do you see the ground hundreds of feet below you? Then look at  your hands. Are you clinging for dear life to a swaying fishnet? Next, look up. Is there a hovering chopper?

If you answered yes to these questions, I recommend you get your guidance counselor’s home address and give it to the Jehovah’s Witnesses.

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Members of the special warfare command climb a net attached to an army helicopter during the 60th anniversary of the Armed Forces Day at Jamsil Sports Complex in Seoul October 1, 2008.  REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak

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Comments

Oh please. It’s not the same unless they do it without a net…

 

That looks awesome!!! I wonder if they let civilians do that…

Posted by Becky | Report as abusive
 

Reminds me, I need to pick up some flypaper.

Posted by Rollins | Report as abusive
 

What are those things on the bottom? Kind of look like tele-tubbies????

Or, are those more people being dangled by their heads? Seems harsh!

Posted by Maggie | Report as abusive
 

Flying super villains don’t stand a chance anymore!

Posted by K | Report as abusive
 

It’s spelled Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Posted by William | Report as abusive
 

Wheee! I want to be the one swinging like a pendulum on the bottom! Pick me, pick me!

Posted by shouldbeworking | Report as abusive
 

Jehovah’s Witnesses. Exactly, thanks…..

Posted by Robert Basler | Report as abusive
 

Your welcome. I enjoy your posts.

Posted by William | Report as abusive
 

boring… zzzzzzzzzz

Posted by Will | Report as abusive
 

I think those things on the bottom are the dummies they ‘saved’ before scurrying up the net for their own safety

Posted by Amber | Report as abusive
 

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