OK. Let’s recap:
1) Politcal group: NO
2) Tax software group: NO, NO, NO, NO (Dog bless that guy, he kept throwing positions at me all day. Unfortunately, they were all bad fits. *sigh)
3) Widget maker: guaranteed 2nd interview
4) Hotel: first interview on phone on the way back from the widget place turned into 2nd interview tomorrow
That was today… doesn’t even take into account the guaranteed 2nd interview from Wednesday’s meeting with the place that does the thing.
The best part, is that all 3 positions I have 2nds for need to hire ASAP.
I’ve never been in the position where I get to choose from multiple places all at the same time…
Damn. It feels good.
OK. I have to fan girl. Sorry!
Someone asked me why I was so laser focused on Benedistraction Cutiepatch. He’s not necessarily “hot”, although I do find him easy on the eyes… but the more I dig into his work, the more his talent blows me away. And let’s not even bring up his personality! The more interviews, etc., I see with him, the more I’m convinced that he’s a five year old in a 36 year old’s body. (C’mon! That adorkable man is hard to NOT love.)
Atonement, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Other Boleyn Girl - all period dramas, smaller parts, but he’s very good.
Star Trek Into Darkness - he plays the bad boy extremely well
Sherlock - the purple shirt of sex MUST be mentioned, but the way he brings Sherlock to life… you can see character growth there over the two series.
Neverwhere - radio show based on a Gaiman story, his voice! The amount of creepy that he pulls off as the angel Islington is enough to give me the heebie-jeebies. And he did it without any vocal effects.
Cabin Pressure - also a radio show, his comedic timing and the way he brings his character to life… I haven’t seen actors who can pull off the range of emotion he can in a simple sentence.
The man is pure talent with a voice that… mmmm… and well, the rest of the package ain’t so bad neither.
OK. Fan girling over… time to research for tomorrow’s interview.