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                                                                            Forklift Operator ________________________________________________________________________________________

From: Cliff Yustafson [mailto:cliffyustafson@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2011 12:35 AM
To: *******, Ryan
Subject: Job ID 2357946 Forklift Operator

Ryan,

I am terribly sorry for sending you my resume at this hour of the night, but I wanted to make sure that I would be considered for the Forklift Operator job that was posted on your company's website today. I was not sure if consideration was on a first come, first serve basis, which is why I have sent you my resume at this hour of the night. I may not have access to a computer tomorrow morning (darn ex-wife), which is yet another reason why I am sending you my resume at this hour of the night. Please review my resume and let me know if your company is interested in my services. I would be available to start immediately. I look forward to hearing back from you. This is Cliff Yustafson.

Sincerely,

Cliff Yustafson

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On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 8:24 AM, *******, Ryan > wrote:

Cliff,

Thank you informing me about your interest in the job I posted, I understand you may or may not have access to a computer this morning, I looked at your resume and I believe you are a good fit! Please give me the phone # that is best to contact you at and we will discuss opportunities.

Thanks,

Ryan *******
Recruiter
******* Commercial Division

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From: Cliff Yustafson [mailto:cliffyustafson@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2011 11:06 AM
To: *******, Ryan
Subject: Re: Job ID 2357946 Forklift Operator

Ryan,

Thanks for getting back to me and letting me know I would be a good fit. This is a little embarrassing, but I do not have a phone currently. My ex-wife has taken my phone from me and my computer! She is very spiteful. Once when we were married, I was working late and I called her to tell her to record my favorite program, America's Got Talent, on the DVR and she told me she would. But when I got home, she told me that she did not record the program because she was still mad at me from the day before when I used up all the milk for my cereal (Cap'n Crunch). That's just one example of how spiteful she can be. Anyway, I am at a public library using their computers and will be here all day awaiting your response. I hope it will be okay if we correspond over email instead of the telephone? This is Cliff Yustafson.

Sincerely,

Cliff Yustafson

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On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 11:24 AM, *******, Ryan > wrote:

Hey Cliff,

I am sorry to hear about your current predicament, I hope everything works out and that you are able to watch your favorite TV show. If at all possible I would like to get you in my office sometime today or tomorrow to have a sit down and talk about the possible opportunities available. Please let me know if this meeting is possible so we can move forward. Once again it is nothing to formal, It is a sit down so I can better understand you and what job you would be a good fit for. Please let me know ASAP. My information is below about where I am located and how to contact me.

Thanks Cliff,

Ryan *******
Recruiter
******* Commercial Division

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From: Cliff Yustafson [mailto:cliffyustafson@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2011 11:47 AM
To: *******, Ryan
Subject: Re: Job ID 2357946 Forklift Operator

Ryan,

I appreciate your concern for my current situation. I have 99 problems and my ex-wife is 98 of them. Finding a job is the other one. I know the lyrics of the song by Young Hova are different than that, but that wording applies to my life at this moment. I would love to come in for a sit down this afternoon but I am not sure if I will be able to make it in time. I have to take my car to the shop at 2PM because you know who decided to smash my windshield a few nights ago with a brick and I have yet to get it fixed. My windshield is a lot like my spirit at this moment: broken. If I cannot make it in this afternoon, I would certainly like to come in tomorrow afternoon if that would be possible. This is Cliff Yustafson.

Thanks,

Cliff Yustafson

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On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 12:32 PM, *******, Ryan > wrote:

Cliff,

Will you be able to come in to my office tomorrow August 5 at 9 am? If not, let me know what a good time meet will be and we will work from there.

Thanks,

Ryan *******
Recruiter
******* Commercial Division

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From: Cliff Yustafson [mailto:cliffyustafson@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2011 2:40 PM
To: *******, Ryan
Subject: Re: Job ID 2357946 Forklift Operator

Ryan,

I am currently using my mechanic's computer as I wait for him to fix my windshield. I was telling him about how I am looking for employment and he said he might be able to get me a job working for him at $13/hour. Since this would pay more than the forklift job, it would make more sense for me to do this. However, if you think you could get me a job paying $13/hour or more, I'd be all ears. Thanks again for being sympathetic to my problems. Would you want to get together for a drink some time?

Sincerely,

Cliff Yustafson

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From: r*******@*******.com *******, Ryan
To: Cliff Yustafson
Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2011 2:48 PM
Subject: RE: Job ID 2357946 Forklift Operator

Cliff,

I appreciate your honesty, I will keep on the lookout for positions that match your skill set with a higher wage. Keep me in mind if you need assistance again in finding a job if your possible position with the mechanic doesn't work out.

Thanks,

Ryan *******
Recruiter
******* Commercial Division


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