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Author Topic: Would like to hire someone with good handwriting (NH residents get priority!)  (Read 2487 times)

RidleyReport

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I need help!  Specifically:  Someone with good male handwriting who can address about 20 envelopes for me.  Depending on how things work out I may commission more later on.   I'm offering $3 per envelope; I pay the postage and will include an SASE.

Basically my company has determined that the best way to make initial contact with corporate big-wigs is in a handwrittten envelope, but my handwriting is a little to wild for this task.   So you will sit in for me in this role!  

I will give preference to someone who is a NH resident; Porcupines come in second place, everyone else third....   I'll want to see a handwriting sample.  E-mail me:  dadaorwell at earthlink dot net.
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Basically my company has determined that the best way to make initial contact with corporate big-wigs is in a handwrittten envelope,

Fundraisers have told me that. But I still think an arrow with a note tied to it is better.

Unfortunately my handwriting isn't too good... unless you want something written on a virus sample vial. There you are; a virus sample vial tied to an arrow should get you past all those little barriers to attention that people set up.
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<<Fundraisers have told me that. But I still think an arrow with a note tied to it is better.

Unfortunately my handwriting isn't too good... unless you want something written on a virus sample vial. There you are; a virus sample vial tied to an arrow should get you past all those little barriers to attention that people set up>>

ya well, the lengths to which I will go to avoid taking up a local NH job know few bounds, but virus samples are probably a little outside the bounds lol.
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by male handwriting, do you mean engineer-type block lettering, or cursive? I do engineering type writing fine. How many envelopes are we talking here?
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Thanks Mike; block lettering sounds good.

I'll PM you about this.

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