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you never know, but... usually it's better to wait to say "no" until *after* they've given you the job...


Yeah, I know, but its a lot of energy and trouble to interview for a new job, especially on where I will likely have to take a few days off in order to talk to them. If there is not likely to be a way for me to become comfortable with the hiring company, why put in the effort?
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