in reply to Re: Job offer too good to be true
in thread Job offer too good to be true

Why would the main site of the company be non-existant?

\paranoia
So that you can't accidentally stumble upon the site, you have to be given the 'secret link'?

\normal(ish)
BTW your sig screws the table rendering in mozilla. Could I get you to pop a line break in there please?

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Re: Re: Re: Job offer too good to be true
by Trag (Monk) on May 25, 2004 at 15:00 UTC
    I am known to be somewhat paranoid, but you never know... I mean, if the link is in a mail archive somewhere, how long until google spiders it? As for my sig, it looks fine in firefox... Where do you think I should put the line break?


    our @item = reverse (114, 101, 107, 99, 97, 104, 32, 108, 114, 101, 80, 32, 114, 101, 104, 116, 111, 110, 97, 32, 116, 115, 117, + 74); local $my = reverse ")meti@\ ,rhc (pam tnirp";eval $my;
      It never made it to the list. The guy posted a tantalising "amazing job opportunity, mail me for details" style message. The link only went out in private mail.

      And of course, what kind of moron would invite in more competition for the jobs by posting it, say, on a discussion board for perl programmers? :)

      The normal reaction would be to keep it quiet so nobody else finds out and takes the jobssss, my precioussss.

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      Jeremy
      I didn't believe in evil until I dated it.

        Oh, right. Sorry, I forgot that it was a mail me for details thing. It sounds to me though like one of those "Price to low to show" deals though. Also, a quick google for projectjapan (one word) results in that site at the top of the list.


        our @item = reverse (114, 101, 107, 99, 97, 104, 32, 108, 114, 101, 80, 32, 114, 101, 104, 116, 111, 110, 97, 32, 116, 115, 117, + 74); local $my = reverse ")meti@\ ,rhc (pam tnirp";eval $my;