The reason I didn't go to karaoke last night.
So I think my suited appearance and semi-articulate use of workplace cliches ("teamwork," "flexibility under pressure," etc) in the screening interview must have made some kind of impression, because during the presentation (in which they explained what the job would actually be like) the recruiter kept using me as the "good" example ("Katherine, let's say you're the CEO of this union...") and she'd use other people as "bad" examples ("Kirk, let's say you died. How would your wife handle your funeral costs?").
Anyway, I knew the job wasn't for me when I took the "candidate assessment test" (basically, the "are you a psycho?" personality test) and there was a question, "My number one goal is to be rich." So, I circled "disagree," and then the first thing the recruiter said in the presentation was, "This is a job for people who want to earn a LOT of money!"
And finally, here's another ego-boosting fact from the company website: "[The company] holds the philosophy that we don't need to start with the best people to end up with the best."