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Post  blackgnosis on Tue Jul 12, 2011 7:10 am

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Oh dear! Oops.

Post  Forgecoldiron on Tue Jul 12, 2011 5:40 pm

I have seen just that situation happen in that and other ways. Diabetics and vegetarians mentioning their condition or dietary restrictions for the first time. Just as well intentioned friends or coworkers do the surprise party OOPS! Most times it provides only momentary embarrassment and then on to the fun.

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Post  oneuglybunny on Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:22 pm

Ronnie's father seems like a go-along, get-along kind of guy, so the surprise cake wouldn't fluster him. Very likely, he'd remark that diabetics can have sugary desserts, but only in limited amounts. Nobody I know likes to be a killjoy. Very Happy

I'm especially noticing the pixelated paisley print on Ronnie's garment. That's a ticklishly creative touch by Ellen-Natalie, my compliments. Idea

Tiny question: since Ronnie mentions that her father has been "promoted," I'd assume he's with the same company, but upgraded to a more prestigious section, such as from Sales to Accounting. Any clue as to which two places within the company specifically? Question
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Post  Ellen-Natalie on Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:50 pm

oneuglybunny wrote:Tiny question: since Ronnie mentions that her father has been "promoted," I'd assume he's with the same company, but upgraded to a more prestigious section, such as from Sales to Accounting. Any clue as to which two places within the company specifically? Question

Ron's Dad works for a software company-he's finally been promoted to a position where he can start designing programs, instead of just marketing them. I have no idea if his work will ever come up in the comic ^^
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Post  oneuglybunny on Wed Jul 13, 2011 8:08 pm

Ron's Dad works for a software company-he's finally been promoted to a position where he can start designing programs, instead of just marketing them.
That's some trick, Ellen-Natalie. Marketing is usually the domain of business majors, as their jobs require a thorough understanding of consumer dynamics. Program design, however, requires machine coding, which is the domain of computer sciences / information technology majors. Possibly, Ronnie's father was a dual major, but the two disciplines together add up to one horrifically large class load. The buck must be a workaholic, or nearly so. silent
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Post  Mr Ed on Wed Jul 13, 2011 10:37 pm

I think I'm gonna like Ronnie's dad!

The trim at the edge of the pixelated purple paisley pattern on Ronnie's blouse
also looks quite intricate and well done. Nice job!

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Post  Ellen-Natalie on Thu Jul 14, 2011 1:44 pm

oneuglybunny wrote:
Ron's Dad works for a software company-he's finally been promoted to a position where he can start designing programs, instead of just marketing them.
That's some trick, Ellen-Natalie. Marketing is usually the domain of business majors, as their jobs require a thorough understanding of consumer dynamics. Program design, however, requires machine coding, which is the domain of computer sciences / information technology majors. Possibly, Ronnie's father was a dual major, but the two disciplines together add up to one horrifically large class load. The buck must be a workaholic, or nearly so. silent

Being a single Dad, he does work a lot. Officially, he went to school for program design. However, after graduation the only work he could get with a major company was an entry-level sales position. He's been working up and around different departments in the company since.
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Post  oneuglybunny on Thu Jul 14, 2011 7:52 pm

Officially, he went to school for program design. However, after graduation the only work he could get with a major company was an entry-level sales position.
Ah, I see. Ronnie's father majored in computer sciences, and aimed for a prestige position. However, when none was available, he opted for a lesser entry position, using the Foot-In-The-Door strategy. Ingenious.

I am also noticing the close bond between father and daughter. Add to this the fact you mentioned that he's a single father, implying divorcée or widower. This would account for much of Ronnie's strong and forward personality: she has had mostly her father as her social template, which has given Ronnie a more "manly" approach to dealing with the world.

My, how very nicely the pieces fit together. Cool
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Post  blackgnosis on Fri Jul 15, 2011 2:57 am

oneuglybunny wrote:
Officially, he went to school for program design. However, after graduation the only work he could get with a major company was an entry-level sales position.
Ah, I see. Ronnie's father majored in computer sciences, and aimed for a prestige position. However, when none was available, he opted for a lesser entry position, using the Foot-In-The-Door strategy. Ingenious.

I am also noticing the close bond between father and daughter. Add to this the fact you mentioned that he's a single father, implying divorcée or widower. This would account for much of Ronnie's strong and forward personality: she has had mostly her father as her social template, which has given Ronnie a more "manly" approach to dealing with the world.

My, how very nicely the pieces fit together. Cool

Best strategy for ANY business that relies on seniority of any kind, and internal hiring too..
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