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NO WAY! lol And I've been watching the Fox Store for Lie To Me merchandise. You suck! LOL just kidding!

It's not at all humiliating if your resume is AWESOME.

FYI - The mountains are calling.

First: totally not humiliating. It's actually rather funny, IMO. Good funny, of course. :) Second, I would find it far more interesting to hear what other people were thinking. I could see: "Boy she has an eclectic taste in TV." Or, "Now that's a fan". I imagine the last thing on their mind was: "Oh, she's wearing her resume!" Although, if someone did put that together, they have some mad TV trivia skills. :)

If I had that body of work I'd wear it everyday! It's very impressive!

I think everyone should wear their resumes. It would save us all from asking the Boring Question of Death, "What do you do?"

But then again, I only have two t-shirts that don't have the name of some Jewish conference or project on them. So maybe I'm biased.

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