After I retired from the Air Force and moved back to Nebraska, one of the big companies in the town was Thermo King, who manufactures truck refrigeration Units. Submitted a resume and got called in for an interview. After being greeted, I was ushered to a waiting room that had one couch, one easy chair and a coffee table with magazines. I sitted myself in the chair, sat upright and waited. I was in there maybe 20 minutes. One thing I noticed was that there was a mirror that didn't look quite right. I do not know if it was a two-way mirror, but it sure felt that way. During the course of my wait, I reached for a magazine and found there was a 'Sports' one, a 'People' mag and an one about Over-the-Road trucks and equipment. I picked up the one dealing with trucks and flipped the pages. Almost instantly, the door opened and I was lead to the Shop Supervisor instead of the HR person. They already had my resume for some time and I was offer a job right then. Told them I would have to think about it and promised I'd call them back. I always thought that they were watching to see if I 'kicked back' on the couch or which magazine I picked up from the table. Guess I made the right choices. Two days later the Ethanol Plant called with a job offer, so I called Thermo King back and thanked them for their offer. I read many years later about these type of things being used in HR classes, as a tool to find the right person for the job. Your Weirdest?