Here's some food for thought. I think their was something interesting that happened in this podcast. Ethan said he was nervous early in the podcast he also ask bill about how he handled being nervous doing Madison square garden and finally awkwardly brings up when bill bombed in Philadelphia and how it actually helped his career.
I'm not saying that he has some elaborate plan to bomb this podcast to make some waves but it definitely seems like he got into his own head while preparing the questions for the podcast and the irony of he himself had a moment that all comedians go through of "bombing" the podcast.
This was H3H3's Philadelphia moment.
So, I know this is gonna sound like another "CT drivers suck post but I have lived in Connecticut my whole life. I've lived mainly in the New Haven area but I work as a technician and have spent many hours driving all around the state with mostly little complaints. I recently moved to the New Britian/Bristol area and as I explore and go about daily activities in the area (Restraunts, gym, banking, shopping, ect..) every day and multiple times a day I see people run red lights, speeding, cutting me off, and generally driving with no regard for their safety. I've seen numerous people get into accidents in parking lots. I'm not just talking about bad areas either. Southington, plainville, and Farmington included. What is it about this area that the driving is soo bad? Is the standards to pass the driving tests lower? There doesnt seem to be any less police. Does anyone have any insight as to what's going on here? The roads don't seem that hard to navigate or any thing. I've lived in the area for 6 months and I've never have seen anything like it before.
I know I'm ranting but what's the deal?
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Hey ITcareerquestions, about two months ago I interviewed for a networking/voip position that I think I'll be just a perfect fit for. The interview went great and I got good chemistry with the interviewers.
2 weeks after that they said that I was a little inexperienced in some areas then they'd like but they like the experience I do have and that it doesnt rule me out for the role.
Now, two months after my first interview I get a call back from my recruiter and says that they want to meet with me again. They have interviewed with a dozen more people and can't really find a good fit. My recruiter thinks they overestimated the talent pool and just want to meet with me again because it's been so long since I was the first person they interviewed.
I dont really know what to expect from this second interview. The phone and in person interview were very in depth technical wise and I just dont know what else to do to prepare for this next one. I am hoping for some insight, thoughts and opinions based on my situation above.