On Mon, Dec 10, 2001 at 05:14:17PM +0000, Kathryn Cassidy wrote:
> I've gone for interviews in the past with companies that didn't hire
the distant past. way, way distant. distanter by the minute. please.
> I obviously can't hire them all, so if one of the ones I
> happen not to hire is from another country or of a different religion,
> or gender or whatever, does that automatically mean that I
> discriminated against that person by not hiring them?
yes, you're a big meanie. chances are you *only* work with irish people
and can't even speak anything other then irish or english.
ps is it true that there are 44 million people who claim irish heritage
in america? i also heard that more irish passports are issued in
america then in ireland.
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