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An opportunity at theOnion.com

Posted on 2013-05-20
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This might pique your interest.  The job opportunity is embedded in the post.
http://theonion.github.io/fartscroll.js/

Full disclosure: I have no interest in The Onion at all, but if I were looking for a JavaScript job and I could find work at a place like The Onion, I would jump at the chance.
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LOL, that's funny
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If you're not familiar with TheOnion.com, they are a satirical web site that grew out of a satirical newspaper in the midwest.  As a traveling salesman, I used to pick up their hysterically funny newsprint edition when I was in Ohio and Kentucky, as long ago as the 1980's.  So: brick-and-mortar income in the physical world of news publishing, a loyal following, and a perfectly laughable transition to online publishing.  Somebody will land a great job at a fun place to work!
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Hehehe.
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Cheers and best regards to all, ~Ray
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