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Interview experience

Well, I didn't get the job, but I thought the interview went well. I met Ken Elkin, nice guy. Into sports. I was not asked any technical questions during the interview, they were all more of the "tell me about yourself" nature. Very laid back and very relaxed. Small office and it looked like a tight-knit group. Lots of *Crew Resource Manangment* going on. The GLA office was right on the airport. I stayed in a hotel on the oppisite side of town. The cab ride cost me about $10 each way from or to the airport with tip. There are many hotels to stay in next to the highway including a Days Inn and a Super 8. Be warned though, there is a train that passes in close proximity to all these hotels every hour on the hour at night.... and it usually blows its whistle. That's really it, the interview was fairly straight forward, but like I said, I didn't get the job. Mabe its because I insist on typing run-on sentences. But I did feel really good coming out of it. Also, Cheyenne is DUSTY and WINDY and I have a feeling in the winter months, it'll be really, really cold. That's about all I have to say about that.

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