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    Re: What is the "golden question"?

    Quote Originally Posted by beefheart View Post
    I can see why you are unsuccessful at interviewing.
    That still isn't a question, you know.
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    Re: What is the "golden question"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse Booth View Post
    That still isn't a question, you know.
    He's clueless. He doesn't understand this thread at all. He did get why in the sentence but why was supposed to be at the beginning of the sentence.

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    Re: What is the "golden question"?

    Quote Originally Posted by vasuderatorrent View Post
    He's clueless. He doesn't understand this thread at all. He did get why in the sentence but why was supposed to be at the beginning of the sentence.
    I'm not quite sure what it's about either. I lost track about the time I said "Are you as hard as I am?"
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    Re: What is the "golden question"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse Booth View Post
    I'm not quite sure what it's about either. I lost track about the time I said "Are you as hard as I am?"
    The "golden question" (if I understand it right) is a question that you ask at the end of the interview that guarantees that you will get the job. If multiple applicants ask the same question at the interview the company will immediately create positions for the candidates asking the question. They will fire all current employees to make a position for you. They will take out loans to ensure the finances to afford a position for you. The officers of the company will put their personal assets up for collateral to guarantee that you get the job and your salary is guaranteed. If every single person in the world asks this question they will employee every single one of them. Any question like that is the "golden question". Would you disagree?

    Then again. Maybe I misunderstood what the concept of the "golden question" is all about. I always thought you just got the job because they needed somebody. This golden question concept can open up doors never even considered even for complete losers. All they have to do is say the magic words. It's probably something simple like, "Where is the bathroom located?" or something like that.
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    Re: What is the "golden question"?

    Quote Originally Posted by vasuderatorrent View Post
    The "golden question" (if I understand it right) is a question that you ask at the end of the interview that guarantees that you will get the job. If multiple applicants ask the same question at the interview the company will immediately create positions for the candidates asking the question. They will fire all current employees to make a position for you. They will take out loans to ensure the finances to afford a position for you. The officers of the company will put their personal assets up for collateral to guarantee that you get the job and your salary is guaranteed. If every single person in the world asks this question they will employee every single one of them. Any question like that is the "golden question". Would you disagree?

    Then again. Maybe I misunderstood what the concept of the "golden question" is all about.


    In that case, the question is probably "Do you want me to mail your wife the sex tape or do I have the job?"
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    Re: What is the "golden question"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse Booth View Post
    In that case, the question is probably "Do you want me to mail your wife the sex tape or do I have the job?"
    That sounds like a very effective question.

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    Re: What is the "golden question"?

    Quote Originally Posted by vasuderatorrent View Post
    That sounds like a very effective question.
    It is. i had to do a lot of things I never thought I would have to do to make sure I always have evidence, but I curr3ently am on four different payrolls without lifting a finger. Probably because of the carpal tunnel from all those videotaped H-Js...
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    Re: What is the "golden question"?

    Quote Originally Posted by beefheart View Post
    I can see why you are unsuccessful at interviewing.
    One time I got hired at a job then they told me the pay was $8.00 an hour. I left immediately. Sometimes the company is the one that sucks. It isn't always the applicant that sucks. I know you like to pretend that all applicants suck but it isn't always that way. It's just that there is only one job available and multiple applicants.

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    Re: What is the "golden question"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse Booth View Post
    It is. i had to do a lot of things I never thought I would have to do to make sure I always have evidence, but I curr3ently am on four different payrolls without lifting a finger. Probably because of the carpal tunnel from all those videotaped H-Js...
    You just ruined this thread. This was supposed to be a guessing game. You weren't supposed to tell us the answer. If I was DiAnna then I would close this thread.

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    Re: What is the "golden question"?

    Quote Originally Posted by vasuderatorrent View Post
    One time I got hired at a job then they told me the pay was $8.00 an hour. I left immediately. Sometimes the company is the one that sucks. It isn't always the applicant that sucks. I know you like to pretend that all applicants suck but it isn't always that way. It's just that there is only one job available and multiple applicants.
    No, all applicants don't suck. Hardly. I want to hire people, good people, who take the time to learn about the company, know the job and aren't going to cause me problems later.

    What sucks is when 200 people apply for a job, and you have to go through it all and find 6 candidates. I don't want to waste my time on a bad interview, or much worse, a bad hire. Sometimes I get many great applicants, that not only sucks, but it really sucks when you have to tell someone who interviewed great, but not as great as someone else.
    "Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it." George Santayana

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