Claymore: Scot sword, double edge two handed, cuts on the backstroke.
Most threats made by fools are like facing the claymore. They duck the fore-swing not realizing that the back-swing is just as deadly. 100 more words
A short time ago, I received a notification from WordPress that my recruiting blog that has been largely neglected has reached 10,000 views. I’m not sure what to think about that since I’ve moved away from blogging about the recruitment industry and began serving my niche within recruiting instead. 891 more words
They all err, mislead and operate, all together, the essentially very same desperate way.
Their common paradigma is to mistake unfathomableness as equivalent to a warrant of unlimited opportunities which again is misunderstood as a universe of conditions where nothing one does can fail.
November 13,2014 by Elise Hilton
If you’re blessed, your job is more than just a paycheck. It’s a structure for your life, it’s a place of friendship and camaraderie, and a sense of purpose. 399 more words
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When one of the regime’s most loyal subordinates, a Stasi officer named Harald Jaeger who was working the 9 November shift at a crucial checkpoint in the Berlin wall, repeatedly phoned his superiors with accurate reports of swelling crowds, they did not trust or believe him.