Twitter Event To Promote Fringe’s Return on 01/13/12 — 55 Comments

    • Jobs are hard to find for a 16 year old. Most places pfreer to hire people over the age of 18. The best thing you can do is apply to as many places as possible. You’ll have to really play the numbers game. My first job was in a pizza restaurant and they were pretty good about hiring 16 year olds. The job was also a lot more fun than I thought it would be. Since you are still in high school, I wouldn’t recommend working more than 10-15 hours a week. You might be able to get a job in a supermarket as a bagger until you have enough experience to make cashier.

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    • I honestly can say i hate apple. i gaeuntre its a bunch of old dudes that just don’t understand.who ever buys this thing is mentally challenged. Its a bigge i touch. THATS IT.a few more gonna say though, congratz on the iphone. but your next 10 products don’t need to be the exact same shit. its old. for fucks sake -.-

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  3. I’m completely new to this whole grassroots renewal effort. So will there be a new twitter trend push for January 20th with a new #? Would it be the title of the new episode, or maybe something catchy like #FringeofSanity?

    • Hi! We are planning on doing it again Friday, and considering new hashtags. We’ll consider #FringeOfSanity. It’s pretty different and might catch non-fan attention.

      • This is my first official post as a member of MTOOE, but I’m the one who posed the above question about #FringeOfSanity. Thank you aimeeinchains for the reply. I’ll keep my eye on the negative matter spectrometer and really look forward to helping keep FRINGE alive.

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