GET THAT CHECK: Who Wants To Work For…

I figured a fresh young tender WOLF would like to be in this position.
AND SOME OF YOU WOLVES NEED A CHECK!!!!
ESPECIALLY IF YOU THINK ABOUT GETTING SOME OF OUR GOOD STUFF.

Ya think?

Executive Assistant- TV
Employer: Entertainment Industry Employer
Location: Atlanta, GA
Date Posted/Updated: 11/23/11
Job ID: 57941
Job Description:

Tyler Perry Studios, Television and Film Studio, seeks experienced
executive assistant to a key executive at the company. Candidates must
have 2-5 years of experience as an executive assistant to a senior
executive at an agency, studio or network. This is an extremely fast
paced environment and experience is a must. Applicants should be
extremely organized, detail-oriented, hard-working and dedicated team
players with excellent communication skills and a great attitude.

Responsibilities:

* Coordinate Executive’s schedules and make appointments

* Assist Executive in maintaining timely arrival & attendance to
meetings & events

* Ensure meeting attendees, phone conference bridges, etc., are on
time and in place prior to Executive’s arrival and meeting start time

* Perform administrative duties such as filing, typing, and copying documents

* Coordinate & arrange meetings, prepare agendas and other related documents

* Compose and prepare confidential correspondence, reports,
presentations, spreadsheets and other documents

* Arrange detailed travel plans and itineraries and compile documents
and expenses for travel-related meetings.

SOURCE

Who knows?
I’m guessing this missed the ad:

“light/brown skinned and ripped.
Did I mention I MUST see abs definition?

You got to look like you just came out of jail last week.
Must know how to bench press 150.
Did I mention muscles and definition?

Sorry.
That was mean.
… and that kinda sounds will need in my assistant.
Tyler!
Stop looking at my ad!

He may need a FOX to handle his position too.
I say get your resumes together and get to sending my wonderful clan!

BTW: Whoever gets access to Lance Gross after they hired,
tell him I wants on that dark peen.

Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

35 thoughts on “GET THAT CHECK: Who Wants To Work For…”

  1. I would. I’d learn a lot about the entertainment industry & meet some contacts for the future. I’m darker than a paper bag, so he might not hire me, but eh? lol

  2. LOL Tyler Perry is an equal opportunity fucker lol, and he doesn’t do the paper bag test as you can see in the diversity of the hue of the men he tends to cast in his films and plays. Working for Mr. Perry’s isn’t all roses and bubble gum I personally know a few of his sit come stars, and former writers who told me horror stories about working for him. This brother is extremely controlling, and demanding on his stars because he like the predator he is cause only C and D list actors who need to work and would do almost anything to keep a job lol

    1. ^I have heard about him.
      He is really crazy to work for.
      Everything on that Boondocks episode was true to life.

      I would not stop anyone who wants to work for him…
      BUT, they need to know what they are getting into.

      1. True and I am no too sure are accurate the Booddock’s episode was and I have some issues with McGruder lol, because the boondocks is buffoonery on a different level but I think it was in the ball part. All I know Tyler Perry was pissed and he was thinking about suing lol. Tyler is known for underpaying his actors and writers and this writers had to take him to the writer’s guild because of issues. This is why Perry build\t his studios in ATL in order to side step from union related cost and guidlines.

  3. #whoisjamarifox :
    … and Aaron isn’t that bad Killa!
    He has a message in his shows showing the buffoonery in his art of blacks.

    LOL I would argue that point because I read his news strips for years and I thought that they were very intelligent they made very good social commentary. However, when the series came out and every other word was niggers this nigger that, and a Pimp name slick back . I saw nothing funny or socially relevant about his show. I got into almost an equal amount of arguments with black hollywood writers about the Boondocks and about Tyler Perry about their impact on the image of black America to the world.

    1. ^Tyler definitely is making money off of coonery and terrible writing.
      His movies are awful.
      To sit through them now is a chore and I can already tell you what happens before the opening credits roll.

      Boondocks definitely had to do what they had to do to get main stream attention.
      Maybe adding a few “nigga” here and there was what helped to bring attention to the show.
      People did look past it and see the “hidden message”.
      I always thought Pimp Named Slickback and Uncle Ruckus represented real life people in a comedic outrageous way.

      1. My problem with McGruder is not only with his “attempts” at exposing the issues within the black community. Sometimes he’s on point, but can and does go too far and risks doing more harm than good. It’s also with his myopic view as to how a non-nigga should act, which I assume Huey is the prototype. It’s the same mentality that I see with some “well-to-do” blacks (whether legit or pretending to be) and psuedo intellectuals. Keep in mind, I’m not referring to those of us who are educated and/or hold good jobs, but rather to those who have lost sight of reality.

        It’s either be MLKish or Flavor Flav, as if there’s no in between (though the scale should be tipped more towards MLKish lol). A person can be a productive member of society, take care of his business, genuinely care for others, not be an embarrassment, and still Partay, have a little too much to drink on occassion (around friends), and get loose a little (lawfully) without moral corruption. Nothing wrong with that… Otherwise, you have examples of people who are their idea of “saints” in public, but “freaks” behind closed doors. To be not only black, but to be a good person involves being responsible, but one can enjoy life and be responsible too. They’re not contradictions.

        P.S. Children shy away from being productive members of society because some in our community make them choose between living the good life and being their idea of black. I prefer doing good and making it look good. Having a good time along the way.

  4. #whoisjamarifox :
    ^Tyler definitely is making money off of coonery and terrible writing.
    His movies are awful.
    To sit through them now is a chore and I can already tell you what happens before the opening credits roll.
    Boondocks definitely had to do what they had to do to get main stream attention.
    Maybe adding a few “nigga” here and there was what helped to bring attention to the show.people did look past it and see the “hidden message”.
    I always thought Pimp Named Slickback and Uncle Ruckus represented real life people in a comedic outrageous way.

    HUmmmmmmmmmmmm this is a sore spot for me cause McGruder is this blk/white boy who went to the University of MD who I don’t really think had his fingers on the pulse of black American to begin with. I really was a fan of his until his show came out and everyone is like wow he is so deep, and I am like naw not even all they do is act like Ghetto black folks, and I am really dreading that Micheal Jai White’s up coming Black Dynamite cartoon show on Cartoon Network that is going to be equally buffoonish

    1. ^the movie was coonish!
      I had to wonder why Michael even accepted that script.

      Maybe Mcgruder observed the way blacks acted and found a way to make fun of them more harshly in his television show for the Boonies?

      I didn’t get to watch last season
      So I don’t know what the themes were this time around.
      The first and second season were pretty good at depicting the drama and bs of our culture.

      1. I think Michael actually helped produce the script and lobbied to get it made. Last I heard, he was working on another one, but that was some time ago so not sure if it’s still in the pipeline.

  5. Butter :
    My problem with McGruder is not only with his “attempts” at exposing the issues within the black community. Sometimes he’s on point, but can and does go too far and risks doing more harm than good. It’s also with his myopic view as to how a non-nigga should act, which I assume Huey is the prototype. It’s the same mentality that I see with some “well-to-do” blacks (whether legit or pretending to be) and psuedo intellectuals. Keep in mind, I’m not referring to those of us who are educated and/or hold good jobs, but rather to those who have lost sight of reality.
    It’s either be MLKish or Flavor Flav, as if there’s no in between (though the scale should be tipped more towards MLKish lol). A person can be a productive member of society, take care of his business, genuinely care for others, not be an embarrassment, and still Partay, have a little too much to drink on occassion (around friends), and get loose a little (lawfully) without moral corruption. Nothing wrong with that… Otherwise, you have examples of people who are their idea of “saints” in public, but “freaks” behind closed doors. To be not only black, but to be a good person involves being responsible, but one can enjoy life and be responsible too. They’re not contradictions.
    P.S. Children shy away from being productive members of society because some in our community make them choose between living the good life and being their idea of black. I prefer doing good and making it look good. Having a good time along the way.

    Amen brother

  6. #whoisjamarifox :
    ^the movie was coonish!
    I had to wonder why Michael even accepted that script.
    Maybe Mcgruder observed the way blacks acted and found a way to make fun of them more harshly in his television show for the Boonies?
    I didn’t get to watch last season
    So I don’t know what the themes were this time around.
    The first and second season were pretty good at depicting the drama and bs of our culture.

    LOL well hummm Micheal wrote the script lol

        1. ^that isn’t fair to say that.
          In a twisted way,
          It helped people be aware.
          Plus, it was funny.
          It may not have touched you,
          But it helped others.
          We may have to agree to disagree B.

  7. I understand the need for it at times, but still, it’s better and more mature when a person can bypass all of that and not only take it straight, but appreciate without the sideshow.

  8. Butter :
    I understand the need for it at times, but still, it’s better and more mature when a person can bypass all of that and not only take it straight, but appreciate without the sideshow.

    What do you mean Butters?

  9. #whoisjamarifox :
    ^if he did,
    He would have bored his audience.
    Check it…
    Sometimes you have to cover shit with candy coated sauce in order for people to grasp the message.

    That sounded so disgusted and I was eating when I read this thanks a lot bruh lol

  10. You KILL me w/ the Lance references…
    if I told him that
    1) He’d KILL me
    2) I’d be OUTED
    Smh I promise he’s straight
    Not a gay bone nowhere!

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