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Old 05-01-2013, 10:06 PM   #5191
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I won't recognize you next time I see you man! Wish you were coming to Rausch.
I may. The governor of WV reallocated funds which would allow my old company to hire back all 98 people they laid off. They started calling people. I hated my job but I'd go back to it for now.

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Old 05-01-2013, 11:11 PM   #5192
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So what were you doing at the job you hated so much?

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Old 05-02-2013, 01:03 PM   #5193
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Browsing the Internet and waiting for computer systems to break. IT.
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Old 05-03-2013, 03:41 PM   #5194
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Hitting up the Mütter in Philly tomorrow with the vet tech. Up at like 6AM for that, but she's driving. What sucks is I got a text from a friend I used to be in a band with and him and his wife are coming out tonight. That usually means a late night for me. I told them I have to be somewhat responsible and have a curfew tonight.
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Old 05-05-2013, 10:17 AM   #5195
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My first tat. I've always heard once you get one you'll want more and this has proven true. Don't know what will be next, though.
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My first tat. I've always heard once you get one you'll want more and this has proven true. Don't know what will be next, though.
Im no he man but thats a really cool tat. Tastefully done
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Old 05-05-2013, 01:25 PM   #5197
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Thank you. I like it because it's simple.
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Old 05-05-2013, 04:27 PM   #5198
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Nice.... Now that the bug has bitten we shall see how deep it gets
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Old 05-05-2013, 06:20 PM   #5199
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My first tat. I've always heard once you get one you'll want more and this has proven true. Don't know what will be next, though.
Nice one Los!
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Nice. Is that an "Atlas Shrugged" reference?
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Awesome tat. I'll be getting one soon.
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Thanks, everyone.

Senior Chief - Not an Atlas Shrugged reference, more of a "bear your burden" thing.
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Old 05-06-2013, 07:55 AM   #5203
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Philly was a success. Went for a motorcycle ride yesterday afternoon with the same girl and ended up laying in the hammock in her back yard for about two hours afterwards and enjoyed the weather.
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Old 05-07-2013, 07:44 PM   #5205
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I had a weird problem with the jeep that I thought was interesting. Every time it rained, the floor board flooded. Nothing else is wet. Not the dash. The doors. The inside of the top nothing. Turns out the cowl had mud and debris in it. Cleaned ot out and prblem is fixed. Guess it was coming in through the duct work.
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Old 05-07-2013, 10:31 PM   #5206
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Six - sounds like a great time. Same tattoo chick?

Sean - just got back from a trip to NM to visit family. Had a great time. My brother-in-law recently bought a JK so we spent a lot of time talking lifts & tires. I'm now saving up for my 4" lift and 35's. Lol

Aleater - getting in through the ducting how again?
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Six - sounds like a great time. Same tattoo chick?

Sean - just got back from a trip to NM to visit family. Had a great time. My brother-in-law recently bought a JK so we spent a lot of time talking lifts & tires. I'm now saving up for my 4" lift and 35's. Lol

Aleater - getting in through the ducting how again?
What tires and lift r u looking into?
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Old 05-08-2013, 12:06 AM   #5208
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A 4" Zone suspension lift and 35" BFG A/T's.

I've seen plenty of debate on both topics but these two items seem to have plenty of support and positive reviews.
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Six - sounds like a great time. Same tattoo chick?

Sean - just got back from a trip to NM to visit family. Had a great time. My brother-in-law recently bought a JK so we spent a lot of time talking lifts & tires. I'm now saving up for my 4" lift and 35's. Lol

Aleater - getting in through the ducting how again?
No, this one's the vet tech. I actually went to high school with her and ended up getting her number at a sex toy party of all places. My friend's wife had one at her place and we got back there as all the girls were leaving. She stayed over at my place until about 4 this morning before she had to leave. I had to be somewhere at 10 to help a friend get some work done. That's going to make for a long day.



I'd prefer to be fishing than working though. Oh we'll, money's money.
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I think we'd all rather be fishing....or offroading.
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Old 05-09-2013, 02:43 PM   #5211
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I went to go fishing today but apparently with all the rain, the river decided to flood. It's so high you can't even drive down to the parking lot to get access. I wanted to try my new rod and reel out too. Just strung it up with some spider wire on a recommendation from a buddy. I'm already planning on buying a second rod and reel. I want a two piece seven footer thought. I have a lews one piece 6'6" right now.
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I've heard good things about that wire but have never tried it myself. Once you do let me know how it works.
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Old 05-10-2013, 07:32 AM   #5213
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Once you bend it, it won't unbend since its braided. It's also a real pain in the ass to cut through. My needle nose I carry in my tackle box had a hard time with it.
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Every tackle box should have toe nail clipper in it. Best thing I have ever use to cut fishing line with.
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I like spiderwire as well. It's tough. I second the nail clippers.
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Old 05-10-2013, 04:38 PM   #5216
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I'll get a pair to toss in there.
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Old 05-10-2013, 06:16 PM   #5217
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Sitting right outside of DC on my friends's back porch enjoying some shitty Corona Lights. They're pretty tasty at this point though.
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Old 05-15-2013, 07:19 AM   #5218
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182 this morning, 12 to go. It's kind of surreal that I've actually lost this much and stuck to it now that I look back at it.

The old job called me back too. They want to **** me over though. they said I could work evening shift for about $10 less an hour tracing guns or work early day shift for $15 less an hour pulling staples and sorting papers for $15 less an hour in a factory type position. I'm not happy about either of those options.
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182 this morning, 12 to go. It's kind of surreal that I've actually lost this much and stuck to it now that I look back at it.

The old job called me back too. They want to **** me over though. they said I could work evening shift for about $10 less an hour tracing guns or work early day shift for $15 less an hour pulling staples and sorting papers for $15 less an hour in a factory type position. I'm not happy about either of those options.
10 less is better than nothing though right? Maybe someone can't help you lost your job, I'm not familiar with your company, but maybe someone wanted to help you out? Worst case you screw them once you find something better.
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Old 05-15-2013, 08:50 AM   #5220
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I can't work nights though. If anything I'll go back for dayshift and try and get this IRS job I'm shooting for and get some IT certs. I'm headed to the unemployment office in about an hour. I'll see what happens then.

It was originally due to the sequester but the senator for our state did some kind if mandate to allocate funds so our company could hire back all employees laid off. Our company isn't doing that though.

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