Archive for December, 2010
Tinkertoy 200-Piece Plastic Construction Set Price Comparison
Build and play with many different large scale structures using the enclosed design guide
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Question by imtroymiller: Does this resume look okay?
This is my resume I just made. Please look it over and tell me what you think about it and what I should change about it. It fits perfectly on one page with size 12 font of Times New Roman. Thanks!
123 Park CT NE APT A
Portland, OR, 97555
OBJECTIVE: To secure a position with a dynamic company where I can utilize my experience and willingness to work hard in order to better the company, myself and others.
-Known for honesty, integrity and a genuine passion for achieving goals for self and others.
-Set new records unloading and loading trailers while remaining injury free.
-Set up inventory system and documents all product in entire warehouse so it could be retrieved.
-Party City Employee of the Month – September, 2004
Lowe’s Regional Distribution Center (October 2007 – June 2009) Team Member
-Performed loading and inspection of outbound orders to ensure quality and accuracy.
-Order picked and staged the orders on shipping dock in preparation for shipment.
-Received inventory and logged in warehouse supplies making sure the quantities were correct.
-Accountable for inventory movement from storage area to pick and staging area.
-Complete understanding of using cardboard bailing equipment.
Cedar Hills Golf Club (August 2007 – February 2008) Maintenance Crew
-Used carts with hydraulic beds to transport sand to fill sand bunkers with fresh sand.
-Operated heavy riding mowers to cut grass on course for optimal playing conditions.
-Set up blocks on golf tees, ribbon on course, and signs on cart path for tournaments.
-Participated in process of laying of new grass to replace dying grass.
-Used weed eaters, hedgers, chainsaws, rakes, and shovels to work on golf course.
United Parcel Service (April 2006 – August 2007) Loader/Unloader
-Facilitated loading and offloading of cargo weighing up to 200 pounds.
-Accurately sorted packages to appropriate delivery queues in fast pace environment.
-Quickly and accurately loaded packages off of conveyer belt into package trucks.
-Cleared jams on conveyer belt to continue flow of boxes to package trucks.
-Set up additional rollers for additional package flow during holiday season.
Party City (July 2004 – March 2006) Department Head of Warehouse
-Responsible for shipping and receiving of items to and from other stores.
-Verified items received were on order list and not damaged to ensure order accuracy.
-Complete inventory management of all product inside and outside of warehouse.
-Stacked, shrink wrapped, and documented seasonal products for rotation of inventory.
-Utilized computers, copiers, scanners, printers, and fax machines to complete warehouse tasks.
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION:
-1998-2002 Portland High School Graduate
-2007-2009 Lowe’s Distribution – Licensed on RC forklift, Squeeze forklift, and Pallet Truck”
Answer by Sandy K
This is a good resume and I would not change a thing.Good Luck to you I hope you get the job, you certainly do have a good back ground of experience.If I owned a company I would hire you, and pay you well..
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Yasha : cute Russian Toy Terrier dog
Image by tibchris
Russian Toys, also called Russkiy Toys, are toy-sized dogs. It is a very special looking breed. It is one of the smallest breeds in the world, and it can be either longhaired or smooth haired. Smooth haired Russian Toy Terriers look like a little deer. It has four long legs, strong body, long neck, and a small head with a little muzzle, big smart eyes and large stand-up triangular ears. The Longhaired Russian Toy, also known as the Russian Toy Terrier and the Moscow Longhaired Toy Terrier is a copy of the smooth haired variety and differ only because of its beautiful long fur on its ears. If you see a Longhaired Russian Toy you will be really impressed. Short coat all over the body and these ears looking like a butterfly? You will never find another dog making such an effect!
My review on the Leap Frog Learn and Groove Musical Table. We LOVE it! It’s about at Target, but I think you can get it other places too. It’s fun and has lots of lights and colors and different songs. It also has a Spanish setting! For ages 6months-36months.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Question by Carline B: How to sell my doll collection in a poor doll market?
I tried selling my doll collection in various places such as Ebay, Craig’s list and the list goes on. I can not seem to get the money back which I paid for them and can not seem to find serious doll collectors who are willing to pay what they are worth. I want to clear out the dolls from my house and no longer have interest in them
Answer by Volusian
You are finding out what other sellers are finding out; The economy is in the dumpers, and any prospective buyers will give you low-ball offers. In short. it’s a buyers’ market in homes, and most everything else, including dolls. Many people who have not lost their homes to foreclosure are buying only necessities. Count your blessings if your family is not affected.
Do you need to sell them quickly? If not, here is what I would do. The economy will improve, but it will be 2, and more than likely 3 years before it does. Carefully pack your dolls and store them in a cool, dry place. Unpack and sell them in 2013. As a side benefit, they may actually increase in value during this time.
You have to be like doctors and nurses: Have ‘patients.’
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First off, all serious researchers aside from Morgan Reynolds (a former Bush economist) agree that planes actually hit the towers, however the planes that hit the towers had no windows and extra equipment attached (PODs) and are believed to be remote control drone aircraft. In fact, a similar plan was devised in 1962 by Robert McNamara called OPERATION NORTHWOODS which detailed flying an aircraft filled with FBI agents (allegedly college students on vacation) in flight the plane would switch transponder signals with a drone aircraft which would then be shot down over Cuba. The FBI agents on the plane would then land safely and resume new covert identities. There is evidence that a similar plot was hatched on 9/11: Thomas Deatherage, Former Airline Captain B- 747-400 and B- 737-300: “After viewing many posted videos on “Youtube” I can tell you without hesitation that clearly aircraft # 2 B-767 – was radio controlled into the building Tower 2. The “pod” mounted on the bottom of the aircraft, is manufactured by “Martin Marietta” Corporation in Los Angeles. The pod has been used extensively by the USAF for outfitting drone aircraft for over 22 years, and you can clearly see it in (4) of the amateur videos- just before impact, with tower # 2. Also, I would like to find an insider A and P mechanic at both United and America to cross reference the A/C serial number of flight 77 and 93. I guarantee that they change the N issued tail number. However, one could trace and find this …
Video Rating: 3 / 5
Question by Spinner: Where can i find the rules for the board game “NICK AT NITE CLASSIC TV TRIVIA GAME” by cardinal?
Have emailed Cardinal Games, no reply. Can find nothing on the web. This is the answer questions and build your tv dinner game.
Answer by kyle d
Make a post on the boardgame geek website. Plenty of folks there willing to help with this sort of question.
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- Place the cars in the starting gate, flip up the ramp and they’re off
- Side-by-side racing excitement gets a special twist as two cool race cars race down the spirals and turns
- Kids can hear the engines start and rev by pressing the back of starting gate
- Preschool Classics Spiral Speedway
- Press the front lever for supersonic racing sounds
Place the cars in the starting gate, flip up the ramp and they’re off. Side-by-side racing excitement gets a special twist as two cool race cars race down the spirals and turns. Kids can hear the engines start and rev by pressing the back of starting
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