Here is a quote from Vadney’s “Career Development and Job-Search Website”:
For an employer with a Second Millenim [sic] agenda and mission and who operates in diverse spheres of activity and who has global presence my many transferrable [sic] skills, education and training, and my commitment to quality and detail will add positive asset value to any position I accept.
Note the classic misspellings of millennium and transferable. Note, too, that the text dates from 2002, which is in the third millennium! That’s three bloopers in a single sentence in which he brags about his “commitment to quality and detail”! And yes, there were spell-checkers back in 2002!
While I’m here, there are two more points worth noting in this sentence. One is the turgid and diffuse style: “add positive asset value to” indeed! The other is the arrogance of the ending: “any position I accept”! Is it any wonder that, in the five years plus that that website was up, Mr Vadney never got an “acceptable” offer?