Maybe I'm just past the rage portion of being on the job market (for now). It seems like every year I get at least one mass e-mail rejection with the e-mail addresses of a good number of my fellow job candidates cc'd. This year Siena's the culprit. And, every year I've gotten a kindly, (I always believe) heart-felt apology mass e-mail trying to make up for the initial error. I appreciate the apology and all, and I think it's good for departments take responsibility when things screw up. That said, who cares! I mean, I'm still dealing with the deep black gmail 'rejection' label I just applied to the mass e-mail. I knew I didn't get the job. I knew I didn't get an interview for the job. Now I'm officially never getting the job. By the time I get the follow up e-mails, the message is already archived and out of my sight. *SIGH*
Time to go stuff my face with pre-super bowl junk food.