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About maltieri

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  • Birthday 10/24/1969

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    Southern, NJ
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  1. maltieri

    Game 3 roll call

    Coming up from practically Delaware but I'll be there. Sec 213 Row 4. As Bart Scott says..."Can't Wait"
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    Sean Avery Arrested in LA

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    Devils Army in NJ

    So I'm responsible for 2 of the 3 total votes from Salem county...lol
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    Looks like I had a post back in '07--maybe time for an update. Basically any IPA with Alexander Keith's being a favorite I learned about whilst in Toronto. Can't find it in NJ/PA/DE though which is a bummer....
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    State of the Forums

    South Jersey checking in with a few $$.... Pumped about this year--thanks for all you do DM.
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    I got a job!!!!

    Congrats. Glad to hear it worked out for you.
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    Job Searching Strategies

    Glad to hear you are getting some results. Hope it works out for you.
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    Job Searching Strategies

    As an aside..I don't normally write posts that long..i'm more of a reader/lurker than anything but I feel for anyone trying to find work and I'm a Rutgers grad. University College New Brunswick 1998.
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    Job Searching Strategies

    You mail campaign isn't a bad idea but it probably doesn't have a strong likelyhood of getting you an interview, much less a job. If you think about all the hurdles to going in blind like that you'll understand what I mean. It has to get to HR and someone has to take the time to actually read what you've written. They would need to have a job opening that fit's your skills and experience (sounds like you are fresh out of school). If they have that opening, your information would have to make it to the hiring manager, etc........ It's a long string of events that would have to break your way--even one of them going wrong means a dead end. I think any employment professional (I'm not one but I have been managing people for 20 years) will tell you that the best way to find a job is through people you know and the "art" of networking. You want to take the process from something "cold" like I start to describe above to something "warm" where you can cut to the head of the line a bit by at least knowing who to speak to. If you can actually get an introduction that's even better. Don't make the mistake of thinking you know all the people your friends and relatives know. Tell them what you are looking to do an ask them if they know of anyone that it might be worth your time to speak to. It's like that six degrees of seperation thing--in your expanded circle of contacts there is most likely someone who can help. There is a website dedicated to networking that is being used more and more to find contacts and help people find (new) jobs. It's called Linkedin (www.linkedin.com). Check it out. If you could actually link to people in the field you are interested in it will then open up their contacts to you. Not quite as warm as a personal introduction but better than nothing. It seems to be effective regardles of the industry in questions. I call this site Facebook for professionals. Last tip would be to put yourself where the kinds of people you need to meet are. I don't know much about library science but I would be willing to bet that there are groups and associations that support the industry. If they meet locally or if there is a conference (many times these revolve around training or continuing education) get there and mingle. Good Luck. Mark
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    My introduction

    Welcome. I'm a Rutgers Alum living in Flyers territory so I feel your pain. Keep the faith. Go Devils!!!
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    Bettman, Daly get (sort of) serious

    The bit in here that he repeats a couple of times about Pronger sneaking in and stealing the pucks gave me a great mental image and I literally laughed out loud. Good stuff.....
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    Why does Gary Bettman get booed all the time?

    Indeed (says the guy living in South Jersey)
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    Cop subdues criminal

    Gotta agree with you on this one. Was taken aback at first when I saw the video but if you take the time to watch what was happening there the cop needed to get control of the situation--he was in some real danger. And you're right, maybe he could have wrestled the first girl to the ground before the second one approached but one article I read said that he didn't do that initially because that often causes injury to the suspect. Some cops can be bags o' douche and abuse the authority they have but this guy was just protecting himself. Stay strong on this one.
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    Might it be the time for Lou to retire?

    This. Additionally I can't see anyone wanting to suck to get high picks. Who's to say those top 5 picks don't end up being busts then where are you? I'll take consistently making the playoffs and having a shot--it won't work every time regardless. Also like the quote from the interview with Vanderbeek “We made the playoffs for 19 of 20 seasons, we set a record for the longest number of years over .500 of any active team in the four leagues, so it’s 132 teams,” Vanderbeek says. “That doesn’t come by accident. We’re going to continue to do whatever it takes to make this team the best it can be with the goal to win the Stanley Cup. If you come see us, that’s what you’re going to see. Rock Solid

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