1. Post fake job ad
2. Enhanced immigrant women send you their "body photos"
Boycotting Walmart is the easiest thing in the world. I hate going into them, I feel dirty. It's like boycotting a public toilet with an unflushed dookie. Just plug your nose, leave, and move on.
Agreed. There were a couple occasions when I was a starving student that I bought groceries from Wal-Mart. Today, I won't even go in the place, it just feels wrong. Unfortunately, for people who don't make a living wage, it's a vicious cycle where they end up supporting the like of Walmart just to save a buck or two.
I graduated from UBC Mech Eng in 2010. After travelling for a while, I started to look for work in early 2011. I sent out cover letters and resumes to all sorts of places and didn't get a single reply. In the end, I interviewed with 3 companies (and got the job where I currently work), and they were all because I knew someone within the company who refered me. None of the jobs I interviewed for were posted anywhere. My advice: work your connections, and failing that, get out to job fairs and industry events. Face to face introductions will go a lot further than an emailed resume.
Here's my prediction: he ends up in a smaller, obscure broadcaster where he isn't required to be "fair and balanced" and is given a platform to continue spewing his brand of journalism to the lowest common denominators of society.