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Tuesday, October 11, 2005




  • At 11/10/05 3:03 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    Yay, I finally fixed the stupid sidebar!

  • At 12/10/05 8:50 AM, Blogger Gayle said…

    I noticed that!

  • At 12/10/05 5:00 PM, Anonymous curious said…

    I have a question for you Cody. Let's do make believe. Your favorite (only living relative)aunt lost her job because of out-sourcing. She has no savings because a medical problem sucked her dry, and had been living from week to week. You are her only living relative, just barely making ends meet yourself. Because of her medical issues there are not many jobs she can do, none withing 200 miles of where she has lived her whole life.
    What would you suggest she do?

  • At 12/10/05 5:13 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    Go on trial welfare untill she could figure out how she could help herself.

  • At 12/10/05 6:35 PM, Anonymous curious said…

    Thank you for your answer Cody. Now what welfare do you think she should quailify for?

  • At 12/10/05 7:37 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    I think If the government could relocate her to a place where she could get a job, then she could support herself sooner and get back on track.

  • At 13/10/05 4:31 PM, Anonymous curious said…

    So you are saying she should move away from her only living family, you?

  • At 13/10/05 4:55 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    If it meant getting her a job. But it sounds pretty unrealistic to me that there would be none closer than 200 miles. Extreamly unrealistic.

    And if they wouldn't take her for a job because of education she could go for her GED, right.

    There are tons of different solutions.

  • At 3/11/05 7:30 PM, Anonymous curious said…

    HI Cody,
    She doesn't need a GED, she has her Masters degree.
    We were just playing, "make believe" But there are a lot of small towns, especially in Northern Maine that traveling 200 miles to find a "fitting" job is possible. Especially if you add, medical problems.
    Keep up the good work, but keep an open mind.


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