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  1. #40
    Originally posted by R12rules
    Thanks for the kind advice.

    I still await a confession from either Jack or Dice. I know one of them had something to do with this shenanegan!
    I was not here, if I did it I would tell ya.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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  2. #41
    Was this resume posted in the new job link thingy or here in this site?
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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  3. #42
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    I'm too dumb on a confuser

    to pull off something like that!
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    Originally posted by Diceman
    Originally posted by R12rules
    Thanks for the kind advice.

    I still await a confession from either Jack or Dice. I know one of them had something to do with this shenanegan!
    I was not here, if I did it I would tell ya.
    All right. We've all gotten together and appointed a commission to look into this. The results will be televised live on CNN.

    Dice, you're being asked to appear to testify about crimes against nature. You will be asked by the makeup dept. to use some blackout to give the appearance of a gap between your front teeth.

    Jack's getting served with a subpoena today as well. He will be given a suitable head covering to conceal cranial appendages.

  5. #44

    Re: I'm too dumb on a confuser

    Originally posted by spotts
    to pull off something like that!
    I can vouch for Jack, he is dazed and confused, I heard he once bought an old coat on e-bay.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    Re: Re: I'm too dumb on a confuser

    Originally posted by Diceman
    Originally posted by spotts
    to pull off something like that!
    I can vouch for Jack, he is dazed and confused, I heard he once bought an old coat on e-bay.
    You should see it, It's awesome. Wore it to the Amana Dealer meeting and my Dad was asking if I could get him one.
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    Re: Re: I'm too dumb on a confuser

    Originally posted by Diceman
    Originally posted by spotts
    to pull off something like that!
    I can vouch for Jack, he is dazed and confused, I heard he once bought an old coat on e-bay.
    An old coat or an old GOAT was that a typo eh
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  8. #47
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    Originally posted by Dowadudda
    If you even want my opinion.

    I think for someone to do that is very stupid. Yeagh a joke. But that joke could have some serious implications on a personal level for R12 and it's not near as funny when your the guy that had it done to them. I am a huge pratical jokester, but theres a place and time for it. This resume is being sent to potential employers, and right now, with out any screwing around R12 needs a job.

    Real smart.. Real funny..

    I for one am trying to help out R12 by passing his name around to colleagues. I would hope that every one here can understand that he has a wife and kids to look after and needs a job soon. Any one of you may find yourself in a situation much like he is in later on in life. Moved away, has some good experience, but now is older. Now out of his element, in a new place, needs a good paying job, economy has had a huge impact on our industry and things although improving are still not the gang busters they were a few short years ago. So he is sitting here, killing himslef to go on these job interveiws all over get out. Contractors have a difficult time seeing past the age part. It does play into many contractors decisions beleive me.

    Just no need for the jokes. It's a serious matter and one I hope gets resolved soon. R12 has been a great contributor here and has a lot to offer in wisdom.



    [Edited by Spidy on 04-14-2004 at 10:07 PM]

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    Okay, I'm *almost* done laughing, but seriously, that was a pretty crappy thing for somebody to do. I sincerely hope that R12 closes whatever loopholes allowed the hacker to gain access to his site. I can only imagine how that must have made him feel.

  10. #49
    Originally posted by midhvac
    Okay, I'm *almost* done laughing, but seriously, that was a pretty crappy thing for somebody to do. I sincerely hope that R12 closes whatever loopholes allowed the hacker to gain access to his site. I can only imagine how that must have made him feel.
    At first, I didnt believe what I was hearing. I never thought someone would just make a few changes, add a few experiences and let it go.

    But when I looked and saw some changes .... I began to think: "aw #$%!" And THEN I saw that part about what I suposedly did for experience in California.... Fudge Packer... hmmmmm


    It got worse from there.


    Anyway ... I got some laughs too.


    On a positive note, I just spoke with a guy today in Montana. He said he'd split the airfare for a flight out there. It turns out he and I were born in the same town near Lost Angeles.

    (not on the same day, of course)

    He sounds really nice. Missoula.
    The guy asked if I worked on markets. I said sure. Then I explained I was not a "market-man" per se. But whatever he's got for clientel, I can learn their equipment.
    Sure I've worked in markets. But not 1/10th the stuff Dow & Dave do everyday.

    I am trying to stay where it's sunny, but not too humid. Rain is okay unless it's 9 mos out of the year. And as far as snow is concerned, I'd just as soon see very little of it. Some if okay, but no 12 foot snow drifts and NO ICE STORMS!!!

    My wife was raised in Monroe LA. I would love to be over there so as to be near family.


    Thanks again for y'all helping me with locating a position.
    Side work is okay for awhile.... but that was over awhile ago ...

  11. #50

    Talking

    Originally posted by R12rules

    On a positive note, I just spoke with a guy today in Montana. He said he'd split the airfare for a flight out there. It turns out he and I were born in the same town near Lost Angeles.



    He sounds really nice. Missoula.
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    I think he is really looking for a fudge packer.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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  12. #51
    Originally posted by Diceman
    I think he is really looking for a fudge packer.
    Dont you mean; "Fridge Fixer"......?

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    Originally posted by Diceman
    Originally posted by R12rules

    On a positive note, I just spoke with a guy today in Montana. He said he'd split the airfare for a flight out there. It turns out he and I were born in the same town near Lost Angeles.



    He sounds really nice. Missoula.
    I think he is really looking for a fudge packer. [/B]
    Yeah, the old "Steers and Queers" concept.

    If he doesn't have horns, run.

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