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dietmortik0 replied to your postSo I’m looking into jobs, and I find something right up my alley.

Any place is better than Long Island…

PREACH.

rxingmyassoff replied to your postSo I’m looking into jobs, and I find something right up my alley.

that sounds PERFECT Brenna!! Where is it located?

It’s based in southeastern GA, but the job would actually have me working across most of the state, which sounds awesome to me. I really can’t take sitting in front of a computer for 8+ hours a day much longer.

captainphd replied to your postSo I’m looking into jobs, and I find something right up my alley.

Is this at the Jones ecological research center in south Georgia?

Nope, but it’s close! “Homebase” is about half an hour south at Moody Forest Natural Area, but like I said above, work would cover most of the state. Pretty sure I’m overqualified for this position (read: I know that I am), but Jones is a little too legit for me at the moment.

regainingmymoxy replied to your postSo I’m looking into jobs, and I find something right up my alley.

Go west. GO WEST!!

WORKING ON IT. Baby steps.

itsjustfear replied to your postSo I’m looking into jobs, and I find something right up my alley.

You’d make an EXCELLENT Southerner!!!

Yesssss. I can eat cornbread and drink sweet tea like a champ. That’s all I need to do, right?

ourtimetochange replied to your postSo I’m looking into jobs, and I find something right up my alley.

Uh, that’s “good southerner, y’all”. ;-)

I can y’all all day and all night. The sister has rubbed off on me, unfortunately.

  1. captainmudphud said: Georgia is mostly a great state, though I guess I’m a bit biased. I’ve been down to the Jones center a couple of times. It’s a total trip when you realize their housing consists of old plantation houses. It’s like stepping into a different era.
  2. ohheychrista said: I live on Tybee Island in se Georgia! We can race together!
  3. gilliansquirtle said: "sweat tea" sounds nastay. y’all.
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