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(01-10-2017 02:52 PM)Sancho Wrote:  How do most of you feel about buying fake work experience?
I'm considering biting the bullet on it, considering that I left my previous job on bad terms.

I was inspired by a reddit post where someone ended up becoming the owner of a small company, all because he made a super resume with fake experience.
Now I don't think I could repeat what they did, but I'd at least like to get into more prestigious jobs easily.

I think it's expected that most people elaborate on / exaggerate their experience on their resume. But I can't really see the benefit of outright lying. So lets say you lie and say you headed up the engineering department at your last job...but in reality have no experience...how do you think your first day on the job would go?

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(01-10-2017 02:52 PM)Sancho Wrote:  How do most of you feel about buying fake work experience?
I'm considering biting the bullet on it, considering that I left my previous job on bad terms.

I was inspired by a reddit post where someone ended up becoming the owner of a small company, all because he made a super resume with fake experience.
Now I don't think I could repeat what they did, but I'd at least like to get into more prestigious jobs easily.

If you're in the US, past employers generally won't say anything bad about you if inquired because they don't want to get sued. They'll usually just confirm the dates of when you worked there. Depends, of course, on which industry you work in.
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(01-10-2017 03:23 PM)Rhyme or Reason Wrote:  I think it's expected that most people elaborate on / exaggerate their experience on their resume. But I can't really see the benefit of outright lying. So lets say you lie and say you headed up the engineering department at your last job...but in reality have no experience...how do you think your first day on the job would go?

That's one of the concerns of doing this. As long as you avoid doing a job you don't know nothing about, you should be fine.
No one's gonna fake working as a doctor and apply as one.
It's mainly for positions where you have more responsibility with more pay.

For example, say you want to be the asst manager of a fast food restaurant.
If you had no experience doing that, you wouldn't be able to get in right away.
But if you faked it, you can start out from there instead of going through the grind as a cook.
You are already have an idea of how to run a store, I'm sure most people have been handled by an asst manager, so all they gotta do is copy how they act.
Plus you're still gonna be taught how to cook at the specific store. The only difference is you have to be deal with more responsibilities along with that.

Sure, you risk losing your job a lot faster.
But jobs are plenty. You can skip a lot of the bullshit corporate ladder grunt work while getting better rewarded for your effort.
You'd be surprised how easy some high paying jobs are.
They're just very well guarded and only rewarded to privy people.

I'm gonna make 'em give back our past...
Take back everything that we've lost.
And I won't rest...until we do.
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Sorry for the double post.
It wouldn't let me multiquote for some reason.
I guess I deleted some of the code that made it work.

(01-10-2017 03:32 PM)C-Note Wrote:  If you're in the US, past employers generally won't say anything bad about you if inquired because they don't want to get sued. They'll usually just confirm the dates of when you worked there. Depends, of course, on which industry you work in.

That's something I heard too. In my case though, the job is question wasn't very prestigious to begin with. It was only a basic entry level position to begin.
It would only establish that I can work for an employer for a good while.
If wherever I applied had relevant skills, of course it would help with that.
But since it was an entry level position, any skills I learned could be easily learned anywhere else. In other words, they would've taught me anyway at any place like it I'm applying at.

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He'll know why.

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(01-10-2017 02:52 PM)Sancho Wrote:  How do most of you feel about buying fake work experience?
I'm considering biting the bullet on it, considering that I left my previous job on bad terms.

I was inspired by a reddit post where someone ended up becoming the owner of a small company, all because he made a super resume with fake experience.
Now I don't think I could repeat what they did, but I'd at least like to get into more prestigious jobs easily.

I'm writing a fake resume currently, heh. I took the job red pill in 2009. Never been caught through 3 jobs.

Go for it. Buy the references. Fuck it you can buy degrees and transcripts too.

If you US based, background checks are seldom completed. David Geffen lied on his resume to get in the mailroom at the William-Morris agency in the '60's. He's a billionaire now, ymmv, and he brags about that now. And people love him for it.

Don't apply for an endovascular surgeon gig if you've only taken Anatomy 101.

If you were a sales associate at target, put down assistant manager. Always go one responsibility level up. Why? Because that guy was your boss you've seen him and work and have a sense of what his daily duties are and can use that to fake it in the interview.

Why do job posting require 5 yrs of "X" experience when most jobs have you repeat the same stuff daily after training? You were probably competent after the first 6 months! I always felt the 9-5 jive was BS and decided that the rules wouldn't apply to me anymore.

Do yourself a favor and google the "Fake Resume Guide", Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters, and the Amazing Cover Letter Creator. PM me if you have questions/concerns. Good luck.

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^This is why I like this forum.
No one has to be afraid of giving controversial advice.

If I asked how to do this on yahoo answers, people would be shaming for using these tactics.
When in reality most employees are considered expendable with no regard for their well-being.

The manager at a 7-11 told me he was once making 6 figures at his old job.
One day, he got incredible sick, his nose was like a faucet.
Next day he shows, they say you didn't call in(when he did), so we have to let you go.
He had sick time and vacation, worked for like 10 years or so, but they axed him anyway.
It's things like this that make me feel no remorse about gaming the job market.

I'm gonna make 'em give back our past...
Take back everything that we've lost.
And I won't rest...until we do.
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Any tips on how to bounce back quick from gum graft surgery? I got surgery in the AM. Soft food recommendations are welcome, too.

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(01-10-2017 09:10 PM)2Wycked Wrote:  Any tips on how to bounce back quick from gum graft surgery? I got surgery in the AM. Soft food recommendations are welcome, too.

Stay away from humor. My younger brother had gum grafts and a few days later we had him busting out laughing over a joke and sure enough he was shooting blood out of his gum grafts.

It was hilarious and unnerving to see him laughing uncontrollably while blood poured out of his mouth like a vampire.

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Ok guys. So here's the deal. I just had my first political science 100 class today. Its going to get really, really, odd, and maybe a bit entertaining. One of the first readings is part of the communist manifesto. I will see how I can upload a picture of the syabllus if wanted. I am also planning on walking in with my hoodie and then take it off to show off my Trump Make America Great Again shirt. There's even a whole day of class based on gender and intersectionality. Which will be so very fun. (Sarcasm). As the course goes on I will make updates if you guys are interested. Suffice to say its going to be interesting.

I spotted two triggly puffs in class today. I will assume they are all well versed in the whole gender and feminism thing.

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(01-11-2017 12:49 AM)dain_bramage Wrote:  Ok guys. So here's the deal. I just had my first political science 100 class today. Its going to get really, really, odd, and maybe a bit entertaining. One of the first readings is part of the communist manifesto. I will see how I can upload a picture of the syabllus if wanted. I am also planning on walking in with my hoodie and then take it off to show off my Trump Make America Great Again shirt. There's even a whole day of class based on gender and intersectionality. Which will be so very fun. (Sarcasm). As the course goes on I will make updates if you guys are interested. Suffice to say its going to be interesting.

I spotted two triggly puffs in class today. I will assume they are all well versed in the whole gender and feminism thing.

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(01-10-2017 09:10 PM)2Wycked Wrote:  Any tips on how to bounce back quick from gum graft surgery? I got surgery in the AM. Soft food recommendations are welcome, too.

Simple - massive doses of vitamin c - best buy pure l-ascorbic acid and mix it 7 to 1 with sodium bicarbonate - then drink it.

My friend got through wisdom tooth removal that way. It healed incredibly fast and they pulled him the second one after only a few days. He did not even use the painkiller given by the dentist.

Of course I looked it up for him and it is based on orthomolecular medicine.

The dentist was surprised by the speed of the healing since my buddy is 40 - she even looked at him strangely when he told her that he took 20.000mg of vitamin C daily.

By the way- my friend did not get the saturation reaction at that dose, which means that the body used the full dosage. Usually you cannot take more than 10.000-12.000 daily without getting a saturation reaction - slight diarrhea that disappears within 30 minutes (not painful, just strange).

In the gum region it works even better, because it works also as a disinfectant, but it may be painful, that is why I recommend making sodium ascorbate:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-vsTp4yRNY
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Why do job posting require 5 yrs of "X" experience when most jobs have you repeat the same stuff daily after training? You were probably competent after the first 6 months! I always felt the 9-5 jive was BS and decided that the rules wouldn't apply to me anymore.

Do yourself a favor and google the "Fake Resume Guide", Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters, and the Amazing Cover Letter Creator. PM me if you have questions/concerns. Good luck.



I agree using every crap in the book to get a job under the following caveats of course:

+ do not fake your experiences when lives are at stake - no medical professions (except pharma reps or execs - they are hacks anyway), no engineering jobs where you are to calculate structural integrities of buildings etc.

Most business jobs however - trust me I know - those jobs are given to utter and complete morons sometimes who have excellent connections or who can sell themselves very well. An idiot from a wealthy family will breeze through Harvard or Yale not due to talent or hard work. Afterwards he will get a fantastic job not even due to his education, but mainly due to his connections.

I have met CEOs who were absolutely lunatic. Some were just good at selling their own personal brand making a good first impression. I knew one who moved jobs every 2 years, because after some time everyone knew that he was crazy. But no one found out until he cashed out big in the end - each consecutive job being better than the other.

But of course I would punish someone who fakes being a MD or structural engineer severely.

I would say that many if not most of the corporate jobs can be done by someone with an IQ of 130+ with minimal training. If you are at 110 and have some common sense, then it takes a bit longer, but you will do fine as well. Just be reasonable about it.
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(01-10-2017 09:10 PM)2Wycked Wrote:  Any tips on how to bounce back quick from gum graft surgery? I got surgery in the AM. Soft food recommendations are welcome, too.

Simple - massive doses of vitamin c - best buy pure l-ascorbic acid and mix it 7 to 1 with sodium bicarbonate - then drink it.

My friend got through wisdom tooth removal that way. It healed incredibly fast and they pulled him the second one after only a few days. He did not even use the painkiller given by the dentist.

Of course I looked it up for him and it is based on orthomolecular medicine.

The dentist was surprised by the speed of the healing since my buddy is 40 - she even looked at him strangely when he told her that he took 20.000mg of vitamin C daily.

By the way- my friend did not get the saturation reaction at that dose, which means that the body used the full dosage. Usually you cannot take more than 10.000-12.000 daily without getting a saturation reaction - slight diarrhea that disappears within 30 minutes (not painful, just strange).

In the gum region it works even better, because it works also as a disinfectant, but it may be painful, that is why I recommend making sodium ascorbate:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-vsTp4yRNY

This is very interesting to me. Have you thought of posting a data sheet on Vitamin C megadoses?
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Hi guys I'm currently getting a business started and trying to figure make sure I touch all my bases. If some of you more business savvy guys could take a look I would appreciate it.

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(01-11-2017 07:05 AM)Malone Wrote:  This is very interesting to me. Have you thought of posting a data sheet on Vitamin C megadoses?

Since forever - gotta do it soon.
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Is there anything a mega dose of Vitamin C will not cure, Zel?
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Swiss town denies passport to vegan anti-cowbell campaigner 'for being annoying'

Quote:A woman has been denied a second application for a Swiss passport after local residents took offence to her rejection of traditions and her “annoying” campaigning.

Nancy Holten, 42, who was born in the Netherlands, moved to Switzerland when she was eight. She is fluent in Swiss German and her children have Swiss citizenship.

The animal rights activist has campaigned publicly against the local traditions of putting bells around cows’ necks and piglet racing, according to The Local.
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A person who hates cowbells moves to the one place where cowbells could possibly be an issue, and people dare to call her annoying?

I am so mad it makes me want to race a piglet.

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(01-11-2017 12:54 PM)Phoenix Wrote:  Is there anything a mega dose of Vitamin C will not cure, Zel?

Your skepticism.

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Its nice to know that everyonce in a while government authorities in some place or another apply common sense and brutal honesty.


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(01-11-2017 12:54 PM)Phoenix Wrote:  Is there anything a mega dose of Vitamin C will not cure, Zel?

There are a ton of studies and credible data on it.

But no - it is not a panaceum - it just turbo-boosts the body immune system and thus the body takes care of viral, bacterial infections - as well as speeds up the healing process and helps with a wide arrey of issues.

But there are things it does not aid with much - some things quite banal like humbel sniffles - has barely an effect on it.

http://www.doctoryourself.com/vitaminc.html

The first physician to aggressively use vitamin C to cure diseases was Frederick R. Klenner, M.D. beginning back in the early 1940's. Dr. Klenner consistently cured chicken pox, measles, mumps, tetanus and polio with huge doses of the vitamin. While vaccines are now available for these illnesses, please remember this was not the case in the 1940's.

Quote:The following is a list of the conditions that Dr. Klenner successfully treated with aggressive vitamin C therapy:

Pneumonia
Encephalitis
Herpes Zoster (shingles)
Herpes Simplex
Mononucleosis
Pancreatitis
Hepatitis
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Bladder Infection
Alcoholism
Arthritis
Some Cancers
Leukemia
Atherosclerosis
Ruptured Intervertebral Disc
High Cholesterol
Corneal Ulcer
Diabetes
Glaucoma
Schizophrenia
Burns and secondary infections
Heat Stroke
Radiation Burns
Heavy Metal Poisoning (Mercury, Lead)
Venomous Bites (insects, snakes)
Multiple Sclerosis
Chronic Fatigue
Complications of Surgery

This seems like an impossible list of vitamin C cures. At this point, you can either dismiss the subject or investigate further. Dr. Klenner chose to investigate. The result? He used massive doses of vitamin C for over forty years of family practice. He wrote dozens of medical papers on the subject. A complete list of them is in the Clinical Guide to the Use of Vitamin C, edited by Lendon H. Smith, M.D., Life Sciences Press, Tacoma, WA (1988).

There are hundreds of pages on that site alone with references to hundreds of books and studies - you can also test it out yourself.

Actually the very concept of "vitamin C curing something" is worded wrong. Differently to certain herbs and conventional drugs vitamin C rarely has effect directly on a pathogen or disease. It effects your body to take care of the problem essentially giving it the building stones to deal with the problem. Anyone who tested it out and experienced the differences of saturation knows it to be true - when healthy only being able to take 10.000mg daily and when sick taking 40.000mg and still no reaction. It goes somewhere and suddenly incredibly quickly you feel much better.
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(01-11-2017 03:31 PM)El_Gostro Wrote:  Its nice to know that everyonce in a while government authorities in some place or another apply common sense and brutal honesty.


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(01-11-2017 03:20 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  A person who hates cowbells moves to the one place where cowbells could possibly be an issue, and people dare to call her annoying?

I am so mad it makes me want to race a piglet.

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