Updated April 13, Over the last month and a bit, I've been recruiting. In February, RN advertised for six digital producers.
Last summer I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. The Advil helped with a bit of the pain, the Ambien allowed me to sleep through worst of it. I was plagued with fatigue and felt depression moving in as my ability to function lessened.
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I was sick last week, so after a trip to the doctor who prescribed an antibiotic, I stopped by the CVS near work at L street in DC where I have made numerous prescription stops, including the time they told me they had no record of me picking up the prescription I have picked up every month or so for the past 2 years. As I dropped off this antibiotic prescription, I asked since I was there, if I could fill my recurring monthly prescription. Insurance only allows you to fill it 21 days into the month.
Yesterday I went to CVS to take a over the counter medicine, I had a quick question with the pharmacist and I was waiting at the consultation counter. Three other assistants of the pharmacist asked for any help at three different times but asked me to wait for the pharmacist, but the pharmacist was looking acting so busy looking at the computer and she gave a look at me and again started looking at the computer, I was waiting and waiting and she was least bothered about me and the worst part is she was attending customer phone calls and answering their questions but did not get time to answer the question of the customer who was physically present. So yesterday was the last day ever to that store and that store sucks big time.
Having worked with subversion quite extensively, I know what to expect from a proper versioning system. CVS seems to actively discourage refactoring, is dangerously unreliable for large commits and does an extremely poor job of keeping version history. The fact that I encounter all of these problems on a toy project says a lot about CVS.
If you've ever read Esquire Magazine, admittedly a men's magazine with the motto "Man at his Best" on the cover, you may have seen the regular feature, "What I've Learned. For example, inone of the things that Muhammad Ali had "learned" was, " When you're right, nobody remembers. When you're wrong, nobody forgets.
Well, now I am scared to death! I just got hired by CVS for a pharmacy tech trainee and start training tomorrow. So does that mean you like working for CVS?
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