>#3 is wayyy too busy. They are carrying three summer (so >accelerated) graduate level classes *and* working a full time >job? It'll be too much on their plate.
and of course she insisted she'd be fine...lol..no ma'am
>#1 had a huge red flag with the either outright lying or >deceitful behavior in a freakin' legislative hearing. If this >was a more long-term job it might be different, but for a 5 >week class it wouldn't be worth it with the extra watchfulness >and/or potential coaching you would have to do.
girl!!! speak on it. it didn't hit me in the moment, but when i went back and read my notes, my hackles went up
>#2 has a good background, enough time to focus on the job, and >apparent transferable skills. I would go with them.
I don't speak to provoke. I speak because I think our time is short and each moment that we are not our truest selves, and we say what we do not mean because we imagine that is what somebody wants us to say, is wasting our time on this Earth - C. Adichie