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  1. This was a fun post, Allan. I don’t know if my college had a sign-up board (probably not) but if so, I wish I had known about it. I know we had a drive board where people were seeking riders to help pay for gas. (I did sign up with that a few times–as a passenger).

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  2. Your jobs were more interesting, but I worked in the university library! I’d never before had access to a large library and enjoyed getting paid plus reveling in books. You could even check out sheet music. My soph year, I needed more hours, so worked circulation, the office of the head librarian, and acquisitions.

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    • When we moved to Italy I had 5,000 books. I sold or donated 3,000 but when we returned to the U.S. I still had 4,000. The math says I acquired 1,000 books in Italy. Is that possible? ๐Ÿ™„

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  3. How many beautiful experiences!๐Ÿ˜‰๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ˜‰

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  4. My last college experience ended in 2007, but I donโ€™t recall ever seeing such a thing. I remember a jobs board at one high school that I used to get some housekeeping work at homes of some locals. Sounds like your experience was way more pleasant and certainly paid better!

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  5. Eilene – You’re obviously like me: BA 1970 Teaching Credential 1971 MA 1972 MA#2 1977 JD 1979
    But I’m still guessing I have a decade on you at least. ๐Ÿ˜‚


  6. Quite amusing! Amazing the education $20 will buy.

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