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Keywords: Shumiwa  —–
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From: ed.randow@gmail.com
Sent: Friday, July 02, 2010 5:25 PM
To: lmiller@usatoday.com
Cc: ed.randow@gmail.com
Subject: Shumiwa
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Although I ultimately will market “Shumiwa”, I would rather get a local job prior to taking it to the marketplace.  But I do at least have a Facebook page which is Google-ready.  The permissions are mostly private.  But it seems more likely that Shumiwa will succeed if I have employment than otherwise.  Then Shumiwa can stand next to The Third Person Effect, The Spiral of Silence, The Hostile Media Effect and McGuire’s 12 Step Model.  But without at least the part-time fastfood job, prospects of greatness against the predecessors seem remote indeed.  Thanks.  [..phone number omitted..].
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Date: Friday, July 02, 2010 5:14:30 pm
To: lmiller@usatoday.com
Cc: ed.randow@gmail.com
Subject: The object is a direct part-time job and not fame.
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The object is not fame and it is not a buck either.  The object is a part-time direct job and the gender-equity to get it.  Thanks.
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Date: Friday, July 02, 2010 5:02:34 pm
To: lmiller@usatoday.com
Cc: ed.randow@gmail.com
Subject: Man Applies for Work Below His Qualifications for Quick Placement
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From the book”The Millionaire Mind”, the worker gets ahead further if his job is  below the expectations of his education or skillset.  The example is of an accountant who opens a laundromat because he is good at cash flow.  Certainly he has an edge over other laundromat owner/operators who are not accountants.  Similarly, I am twice a college undergrad.  And I am seeking a minimum wage-type direct job as relief from The Great Recession of 2009.  Since I got my Associates of Applied Technology in Computer Information Systems at 41, a Bachelors of Business Administration in Marketing at 43 and a Bachelors of Arts in Communications with a concentration in Print Journalism at 48; I might be over-qualified to work crew at a fastfood outlet.  But The Millionaire Mind says that I will succeed well because my skills, experience and education exceeds that of the other crew members.  And I also am a tall middle-aged male job-prospecting in a female-dominant customer service field.    Thanks.
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Date: Friday, July 02, 2010 2:39:14 pm
To: lmiller@usatoday.com
Cc: ed.randow@gmail.com
Subject: The Women Are Winning Academically
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I am sure you already know the stats which say women graduate from college more often then men.  Women graduate with higher-level degrees than men.  One in five women have decided to never have kids.  50% of women are not married.  4 or 10 have never been married and 1 in 10 are WidowedDivorcedSeparated.  Women are winnning the quest for indpendence and possible dominancce in the social systems nationally.  They have kids later in life and have fewer kids than ever before while they opt for the life of the professional.  The unemployment stats for October 2009 said 5% of married women were on UI but 7% of married men were on UI.  And the same holds true for unmarried women vs unmarried men at 8% to 11%.  Men are hit harder by UI than women are.  Since you are the Editor of the higher education topic and other topics for your section, you would have other stats which support the hypothesis that women are beating men in many areas previously dominated by males.  This opens up the discussion that the behaviour of males is changing in the US to accomodate the domination by females.  Possible questions: What and How are the haviours of males changing in the US and how does that effect our social structures?  Thanks.
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