Thursday 15th November 2007
Applications: 73 Rejections: 4 Replies: 21 (20 if you count human) + Bonus Job x 2! Withdrawn applications: 1
Dear Mr Brune
Thank you for your e-mail.
I do have a day off work on Friday 16th November, I could make it to Frankfurt by mid-day. Is this too soon for you to make a decision?
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
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News Editor, Germany
So the trip to Frankfurt is off for this weekend. Never mind.
Livres Libros Books:
'Fluency in French is essential with Italian highly desirable and a working knowledge of Spanish would be useful.'
Cher, querido, dear Robert
I read with a gargantuan amount of interest your advertisement in the Guardian dated 29/09/07.
I like books, French and Spanish, so it seems the ideal job for me.
I also lived in Holland for three years.
I have no publishing experience, as yet.
Please find attached my CV, and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Je vous prie d’agréer, mes salutations distinguées.
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Back to the Liberal Democrats. I have just been watching Nick Clegg and Chris Huhne arguing the same point with each other on Question Time. The Lib Dems missed a trick by not appointing me as their leader.
Them, and the International Institute of Communications; when will they learn?
The picture is of Lenny, sitting on the bus. You may notice the little 'v' in his left ear. This is an old battle wound. We sometimes call him Len-v.