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  1. domcucch1994

    Mini- Camp

    Could very well be.. Some people have said he has lost a step. Maybe that's why he was not utilized as much last season.
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    Love it, or Shove It

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    Mini- Camp

    Duke doesn't want to be here because he doesn't want to be the 3rd option... I get it, he's a good playmaker. He will have a good season until Hunt comes back, but he doesn't want to be a stop gap.. Trade him after week 8 and he'll be happy..
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    Handling two offers

    Great advice from all of you, I really appreciate the knowledge.
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    Handling two offers

    I just read through my benefits handbook and they just have a standard 401k, so they match up to 5%. I can roll over my SCRS 401(a) into my new employer's 401(k). I did accept the position at the hospital. Just seems like a better opportunity, more room for advancement, and more skills and systems I can learn. My first day will be on the 17th. Very excited about it.
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    Handling two offers

    That's good to hear Cal. I still got another 40 years to think about it but it is important to start planning now. The one good thing about the college I work at is the State Retirement Plan. I put in 9% each month, they put in 20%
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    Handling two offers

    Oh man I would of been fuming too.. Drive an hour for that bullshit? I would of left too. I got an inside contact at the hospital who said that its a good place to work. They are a growing hospital and from what ive read in their handbook, the benefits are awesome. Employee pharmacy with small co-pays, dental, vision, and medical insurance, 5.23 hours of PTO earned every pay period. The perks are there, lets just see how it goes once I get in. I wont lie when I tell you that I prayed before my interview, not something I would normally do, but he answered my prayer so that's promising lol.
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    Handling two offers

    I appreciate your response Cal. I couldn't imagine commuting two hours to work.. That must of sucked the life out of you. And I couldn't imagine commuting in conditions like that. Glad I moved from Northeastern Pennsylvania to Myrtle Beach lol. Much warmer here. But my heart is always with the Browns wherever I live.. I think Im going to go with the hospital job. Seems like they are expanding and I got a good impression when I interviewed with them. My current employer has been dragging their feet with this Coordinator position, I applied for it back in December.. and just now they are finally getting the contract paperwork pushed up the chain of command. I really hope I am not in a position where I get an offer from the hospital, and HGTC drags their feet for the next few weeks.. But I expect it at this point.
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    Handling two offers

    This is something that has come up in my life. I think its a good problem to have, but is also requiring a difficult decision. My current employer, which is a technical college that I have been with for almost 3 years now, has offered me a position to be the Coordinator of my department. I support faculty in my current position with D2L, which is a Learning Management System that the college uses. This position will be a bump in pay, along with the title. Same hours which are great, benefits, etc. etc. The only issue with this job is getting paid monthly.. Not really a dealbreaker, but it kind of sucks getting 12 paychecks a year. Now I have been through two interviews with a hospital for an IT Help Desk Analyst job. This position is more related to my field. Supporting hospital staff with IT issues, entering trouble tickets, etc. etc. Same kind of deal; Full time, benefits, the hours are a bit longer on Fridays, and I will be on call every 6th or 7th week. (Which is fine, whether you get called in that week or not, you make an extra $260 for the on call hours, and you get time and a half if you go in). So you can see the dilemma ahead of me. My question to all of you is this. Have you ever had two job offers, and if so, how did you handle it? What is the expected time frame to let each company know your decision? And was it the right choice for you?
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    Personal Conduct

    ...Well that took a different turn..
  11. domcucch1994

    Myles Garrett Agree or Disagree with DPOY?

    He will be a sack machine, probably 12-15 sacks, 10 is the least he may get, but i disagree with him being DPOY.. Unless he puts up Aaron Donald numbers. He is my choice for DPOY.. That guy is gonna be a problem vs us..
  12. domcucch1994

    Building The Browns

    Maybe he can be our Nnamdi of the future?
  13. domcucch1994

    LMFAOOOOO!!!

    You need some cranberry juice for your menstrual cramps?
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    LMFAOOOOO!!!

    I dont care if he wears womens panties and struts around Lake Erie.. If he can help us win ball games, that's all that matters..
  15. domcucch1994

    Universal Basic Income?

    True. Nothing is free.. Someone is paying for it.
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