Freelance Graphic Designer Needed

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ikonmax
Feb 2, 2005
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We are looking for a freelance Graphic Designer to develop a series of print ads, and work with the Communications Manager to strategize about marketing tactics and branding in print advertising. Graphic design skills, layout skills and marketing/brand management experience required.

We would like this individual to begin work in as soon as possible. This person can work from our office in Toronto or from home, and create their own schedule.

While this position currently offers no financial compensation, great references will be given for future jobs.

Email your resume and portfolio to us.

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MOP
Feb 2, 2005
While this position currently offers no financial compensation, great references will be given for future jobs.

Fuck off!
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jjs
Feb 2, 2005
"++++++" wrote in message

While this position currently offers no financial compensation, great references will be given for future jobs.

And just who the hell are you? It goes both ways, so qualify yourself.

Freeloaders are almost worse than spam.
NE
no_email
Feb 2, 2005
On Wed, 2 Feb 2005 10:35:30 -0500, "++++++"
wrote:

We are looking for a freelance Graphic Designer to develop a series of print ads, and work with the Communications Manager to strategize about marketing tactics and branding in print advertising. Graphic design skills, layout skills and marketing/brand management experience required.
We would like this individual to begin work in as soon as possible. This person can work from our office in Toronto or from home, and create their own schedule.

While this position currently offers no financial compensation, great references will be given for future jobs.

Email your resume and portfolio to us.

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Please don’t feed the pathetic trolls
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Tom Thomas
Feb 2, 2005
(ZONED!) wrote:

Please don’t feed the pathetic trolls

Yes. This same dim bulb posted a nearly identical "ad" in alt.graphics.photoshop, except in that case it’s for a "web designer." Posted under a different alias but from the same source.

Perhaps the only thing more pathetic than an unimaginative troll is one who is too stupid to munge his headers when trolling more than one group under different names.
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Tom

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no_email
Feb 2, 2005
On Wed, 02 Feb 2005 13:38:59 -0500, Tom Thomas
wrote:

(ZONED!) wrote:

Please don’t feed the pathetic trolls

Yes. This same dim bulb posted a nearly identical "ad" in alt.graphics.photoshop, except in that case it’s for a "web designer." Posted under a different alias but from the same source.
Perhaps the only thing more pathetic than an unimaginative troll is one who is too stupid to munge his headers when trolling more than one group under different names.
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Tom

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Tom,
While I agree with your summation I must point out that I find myself biting my tongue when I see people posting back to blatant spammers as if to get a reply!
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Tom Thomas
Feb 2, 2005
(ZONED!) wrote:

Tom,
While I agree with your summation I must point out that I find myself biting my tongue when I see people posting back to blatant spammers as if to get a reply!

Point well taken; however, I was actually posting back to you. 😉

I usually do ignore the them but sometimes one feels compelled to comment. The depths to which some people will sink is occasionally rather astounding.

Please pardon the momentary lapse of reason.
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Tom

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no_email
Feb 3, 2005
On Wed, 02 Feb 2005 16:22:02 -0500, Tom Thomas
wrote:

(ZONED!) wrote:

Tom,
While I agree with your summation I must point out that I find myself biting my tongue when I see people posting back to blatant spammers as if to get a reply!

Point well taken; however, I was actually posting back to you. 😉

LOL! I know. Just sharing a thought.

I usually do ignore the them but sometimes one feels compelled to comment. The depths to which some people will sink is occasionally rather astounding.

Please pardon the momentary lapse of reason.
——————
Tom

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jjs
Feb 3, 2005
Let’s be kind, now and hope that the spammer (6 groups) isn’t a victim of address harvesting. Be CERTAIN NOT TO let his address out.

Did I get it right?
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MOP
Feb 3, 2005
Sorry what was that address again?

"jjs" wrote in message
Let’s be kind, now and hope that the spammer (6 groups) isn’t a victim of address harvesting. Be CERTAIN NOT TO let his address out.

Did I get it right?

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Scruff
Feb 4, 2005
"jjs" <john&#064;xstafford.net> wrote in message
"++++++" wrote in message

While this position currently offers no financial compensation, great references will be given for future jobs.

And just who the hell are you? It goes both ways, so qualify yourself.
Freeloaders are almost worse than spam.
Hear that big noise?
It’s you getting sucked in to a troll’s lair.

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