Friday, October 21, 2005


Please take a look at the following work experiences:

1964-1969: Computer Center Helper, Southern Methodist University, Computer Center, 3300 University Blvd., Carr Collins Building, Room 130, Dallas, TX 75205.

Sometime between 1963 - 1972: Computer Center Helper, Southwestern Medical School, 5323 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, TX 75390.

To the best of your ability, please try to identify on whose resume these experiences appeared, and for what purpose.

Was it that girl in your high school who didn't have any friends, wore sweatshirts with kittens on them, and appeared to talk to trees? On her application to the post of "General Reference Facilitator" at the Owl Tree branch of the local public library?

Or is it a woman named Harriet Miers? On the questionnaire delivered to the United States Senate in application for a position on the Supreme Court of the United States?

"In deciding this case, I faced a great personal challenge: balancing my superiorly inferior knowledge of constitutional law with my own professional work as a computer center helper at a Christian college. Ultimately, I had to go with the computer center helper experience as my guiding force. Guilty!"


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What you fail to mention here is the adversity she must have faced as a 47 year old 'Computer Helper'.

I don't care what anyone says. She's 83.

2:35 PM  

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