I’m often tempted to post some of the Craiglist ads for writers. What the hell, maybe I should. Maybe I’ll make it an ongoing thing. Starting with this one.
I am looking for a female who can screen, write, respond to and set up telephone calls with potential dates from online dating websites. I am a busy Wall Street professional and don’t have time to do this myself.
The right person will be a good writer and have a passion for social media.
This job will be done off-premises using your own computer.
Part of me thinks, well, it is tedious going through all the ads. I’ll give him that. That said, I don’t see how you can shortcut it. How can someone else decide who is going to be appealing to you? The second part I don’t get at all. Someone else is going to write and respond to them for you?? Sorry, but oh god oh god would I not want to be one of the people being set up with you.
Bleeck, on his way to do something evil. Me, I’m still goofing off.
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Bleeck is obviously going off to see if he’s had any responses from his weird sicko Craigslist ad.
Me too! I read the Craigslist ads for writers because I collect reasons to feel like a loser. Did you see the ad for 300 – 500 word essays for a website? They’ll pay $2.00 for each essay. That’s TWO DOLLARS. TWO. DOLLARS.
How is that not worse than writing for free?
Wait. Do I recognize that book behind Bleek?
Ha. Sure enough, your wonderful book, When Wanderers Cease to Roam, is behind Bleeck!!