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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by SHOme1289, Jan 31, 2014.
I build multiphase diesel Generators
Oh. So it that company a big company that has lots of stores or something? In that case, then I understand how six could relate.
Edit: Six answered my question. Thanks
The dealership I work in is part of NY auto giant, which has over 25 dealerships under its umbrella, so job security is very good, and salary (besides commission and bonuses) is competitive. I was out of work for 9 months last year (2013) and when I got this job, I was like "im def not losing this job" If I don't like it here then I can basically pop over to another location and start from there...my dealership is so close to my house, like 8 mins away, its almost stupid NOT to work here. Business is good here, everyone in NY loves their big Tahoes and Suburbans, fully loaded of course lol
21 and retired kinda. At least for a while.
What. How is that supposed to work. Or do you mean your unemployed? If so, then I guess that's an interesting way to say it.
I'm a metrologist at a leading Canadian calibration laboratory focused on providing calibration solutions to aerospace, automotive and other industries. We are located in Montreal, Quebec. Mi expertise is in Pressure Calibration. For all of you, Metrology is the science of weights and measures or of measurement, a system of weights and measures. And what attracted me to this game is its soft body physics and realism. No other game behaves like it! Kudos to the developers!
lol Yes I suppose so, I am out of the workforce for a long time due to my back. Doc said I need to find a easy desk job or I will be in a wheel chair by the time I am 30. So until further notice I am CEO of my couch. Was working as a dry breakdown stacker at a lumber mill at the time of my first back injury. Sure do miss working.
BeamNG as a full-time job.
I occasionally work as a temp, laying fibre optics into the ground so old people can enjoy ultra fast broadband.
Right now, looking after my mother because she had a major surgery, and she's not allowed to drive.. Which means her car is all mine..
Wow sorry about that, but that's OK, I love chillin on my couch lol At work here again, I seriously work 75 hours a week. This is a tough business, kiss weekends and holidays goodbye lol kinda blows chunks a little.
edit ^^ haha what car does she have? any reverse 180s or 0-60 runs in it? haha
Traineeship as a banker/office clerk at Commerzbank
Finished final exams yesterday.
Send from my HTC One
2007 Ford Falcon XR6 No 180's yet! haven't used it much, but I did get it up to 180km/h today Better not tell her that lol.
Big upgrade from my 1.8L Toyota!
O wow, that's a pretty sweet car. Always loved the falcons since GT3 when they had the Falcon XR8 race car, why the hell cant we have big V8 RWDs here!!!! (we get the Holden XF here, but only with the 6.2L and loaded loaded loaded as a Chevy SS.) That's the closest we can get to having one of those perfect cars. I love those Falcon utes and shit tho, although Im not sure if NZ has those as much as AU does.
i work for Hitachi as a heavy equipment mechanic.
as for other shit i just browse /v/ and work on the tormenta.
Currently doing A levels in sixth form but leaving to do an apprenticeship in Mechanical Engineering.
I drove 5 ton for a couple years up until somewhat recently, now I'm delivering auto parts until I find another driving job, thankfully I work at highest paying parts distributor though, but it's still a measly $12.50 an hr. Made $18 driving the 5 ton.
hmmm, interesting, the new ones don't look very falcony if you ask me, more taurus, or focusy, to me, a ford falcon is this(except in red or black, instead of purple):
it has more of a falcony look, but, that's just my opinion, I'm 100% sure other's have there own opinion
I work in commercial construction as an assistant superintendent.
Start working railway maintenance in March. Worked for the highway department (county worker) doing road maintenance before this. Also, the occasional odd job helping out a farmer or my uncle (also a farmer) But the latter I generally don't get paid for
I sit in front of a computer and type code into it for a living.
Going outside is meh, and light burns my eyes.