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mwild3136 47 Posts
Okay - here's a dumb question, but I'll ask anyway. Is there a way for me to have my number of posts under mwild31 added to my new screen name? I company changed once I started with my new job...
Just brew a couple pots of coffee on a three day weekend and keep posting until you have caught up to where you were before you left.
I am always here to offer helpful suggestions.
There is no way I have posted 940 times since I rejoined in September.
We can't transfer your old number of posts to your new screen name, but I can set you up so you're using your old screen name again.
E-mail me at [email]email@example.com[/email] if you'd like to do that.
100 posts - HR HERO coffee mug
250 posts - HR HERO t shirt
500 posts - a signed 8 x 10 glossy photo of James
1,000 posts - All expenses paid trip to Brentwood
5,000 posts - Referral to an EAP and complimentary enrollment in a time management seminar.
James, make room at the table for Beag's and Ray...x:D
The Brentwood in Tennesseee is an interesting place according to the demographics I found online.
Median resident age: 40.8 years
Median household income: $111,819 (year 2000)
Median house value: $313,200 (year 2000)
For population 25 years and over in Brentwood
High school or higher: 97.4%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 64.7%
Graduate or professional degree: 26.0%
Mean travel time to work: 24.1 minutes
For population 15 years and over in Brentwood city
Never married: 17.5%
Now married: 74.3%
4.6% Foreign born (2.8% Asia, 0.9% Europe).
Races in Brentwood:
White Non-Hispanic (93.7%)
Asian Indian (0.9%)
Two or more races (0.6%)
I find it interesting that they tracked educational statistics starting at age 25 and marriage status at age 15.
So basically everyone in Brentwood is white, married, has a high school or college degree and has a hefty mortgage.
Some things in Brentwood are a bit foreign to me. All buildings must be brick, and apartments are outlawed. You can go to the library and check out oil paintings. And I feel out of place because I don't drive an SUV with a cell phone glued to my ear. But the people are nice - this is the South, after all.
So come on down, Paul! But you're the only one who said the trip would be free. Can you operate a printing press? x:D