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donald949


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take the pt, thats wat


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Jun 20, 2013, 2:16 PM
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Back to werk buffing up the resume.


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Jun 20, 2013, 6:32 PM
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donald949 wrote:
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There's been a few lines on jobs come through.
Latest email was for a location that needs more than a few people...
in Kansas.

Step 1: Don't move to Kansas


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Jun 20, 2013, 6:44 PM
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donald949 wrote:
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There's been a few lines on jobs come through.
Latest email was for a location that needs more than a few people...
in Kansas.

I'd rather live in a car at the Walmart parking lot than in Kansas


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Jun 20, 2013, 6:46 PM
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sungam wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
sungam wrote:
macherry wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
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sungam wrote:
wat is goin on

A very good question. A very good question indeed.
I guess no one knows the answer.

Edge is travelling
Greg is still in Africa
Erin is some ultra marathoner
Ma is Ma
Ecop has a lady that makes him do stuffs
Donny is still working and going crazy
NA is still a sarcastic bastard

So... no nothing is going on.

this is korrect.

fill us un sungam, where the hell have you been, former post whore of rc.com
I've been working full time at a bar, slacklining a bunch, and playing quite a lot of eve online.


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Ye;p, having more fun then I have ever before in my life. Wasting every minute.

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notapplicable


Jun 20, 2013, 6:50 PM
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Kartessa wrote:
donald949 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
There's been a few lines on jobs come through.
Latest email was for a location that needs more than a few people...
in Kansas.

I'd rather live in a car at the Walmart parking lot than in Kansas

I mean, if he were to land in the western half, he would be in striking distance of sweet climbing in CO. I suspect work would be found on the opposite side of the state though.


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Jun 20, 2013, 6:52 PM
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fucking rain.

when it rains here it rains hard...all day...as in, the hard rain doesn't come down for 20min, retreat to a drizzle, and then rains hard again three hours later. No, here, it rains hard from 8am to 5pm...and then it rains hard again from 5pm to 8am the next day...for several days in a row. Mad

Doesn't seem to bother or curb the protests...


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Jun 20, 2013, 6:53 PM
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notapplicable wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
donald949 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
There's been a few lines on jobs come through.
Latest email was for a location that needs more than a few people...
in Kansas.

I'd rather live in a car at the Walmart parking lot than in Kansas

I mean, if he were to land in the western half, he would be in striking distance of sweet climbing in CO. I suspect work would be found on the opposite side of the state though.

He could always split the difference and move to Witchita and walk around screaming..."As falls Wichita, so falls Wichita Falls"!!

With to apparent relevance to anything happening in the world around him, naturally.


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donald949 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
There's been a few lines on jobs come through.
Latest email was for a location that needs more than a few people...
in Kansas.
I hear the climbing is great there!


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Jun 20, 2013, 8:36 PM
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Kartessa wrote:
donald949 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
There's been a few lines on jobs come through.
Latest email was for a location that needs more than a few people...
in Kansas.

I'd rather live in a car at the Walmart parking lot than in Kansas


no difference


Kartessa


Jun 20, 2013, 10:28 PM
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Kansas is better than Calgary right now...


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Jun 21, 2013, 7:53 AM
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Kartessa wrote:
Kansas is better than Calgary right now...

the whole area is floating away. crazy times!!!


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Jun 21, 2013, 8:14 AM
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macherry wrote:
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Kansas is better than Calgary right now...

the whole area is floating away. crazy times!!!

Other than Red Sox updates from my ESPN ap, I have no idea what's going on in the world.

So, to get this straight, Brazil is having a social gathering, Calgary has been separated from the mainland by an earthquake, and Kansas still, and always will, suck.

Is that about right?


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Jun 21, 2013, 9:03 AM
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notapplicable wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
donald949 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
There's been a few lines on jobs come through.
Latest email was for a location that needs more than a few people...
in Kansas.

I'd rather live in a car at the Walmart parking lot than in Kansas

I mean, if he were to land in the western half, he would be in striking distance of sweet climbing in CO. I suspect work would be found on the opposite side of the state though.

He could always split the difference and move to Witchita and walk around screaming..."As falls Wichita, so falls Wichita Falls"!!

With to apparent relevance to anything happening in the world around him, naturally.
It would be in the eastern side...


donald949


Jun 21, 2013, 9:11 AM
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donald949 wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
donald949 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
There's been a few lines on jobs come through.
Latest email was for a location that needs more than a few people...
in Kansas.

I'd rather live in a car at the Walmart parking lot than in Kansas

I mean, if he were to land in the western half, he would be in striking distance of sweet climbing in CO. I suspect work would be found on the opposite side of the state though.

He could always split the difference and move to Witchita and walk around screaming..."As falls Wichita, so falls Wichita Falls"!!

With to apparent relevance to anything happening in the world around him, naturally.
It would be in the eastern side...
There is also work in Richland WA. The South-East.
Wife wants to stay local though.


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Jun 21, 2013, 9:14 AM
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Camping plans kind of in a holding pattern.
other than that I got nothing.


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Jun 21, 2013, 9:16 AM
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donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
fucking rain.

when it rains here it rains hard...all day...as in, the hard rain doesn't come down for 20min, retreat to a drizzle, and then rains hard again three hours later. No, here, it rains hard from 8am to 5pm...and then it rains hard again from 5pm to 8am the next day...for several days in a row. Mad
I'm try to remember...
You moved to a tropical rain forest, right?

actually, where I'm at it's a very large forest, yes, but it's not rain forest. It's mostly pine (a different kind of pine, of course, but not rain forest).

It rains here because of the elevation. The weather comes to where Curitiba is (the city) and runs against the plateau and drops all the rain here. It's not raining an hour around us in most directions.


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Jun 21, 2013, 9:25 AM
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epoch wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
fucking rain.

when it rains here it rains hard...all day...as in, the hard rain doesn't come down for 20min, retreat to a drizzle, and then rains hard again three hours later. No, here, it rains hard from 8am to 5pm...and then it rains hard again from 5pm to 8am the next day...for several days in a row. Mad

Doesn't seem to bother or curb the protests...

which is a good thing.

It's funny, the last straw that started the protests was the increase in the transporation fare in certain cities. Now all the cities that didn't lower the fares earlier this year (and actually increased them instead) have lowered the fares (including Curitiba...woooo!!!).

The politicians thought this would end the protests, but the protesters aren't protesting that any more (and in fact weren't after something like the second day). Now they want an end to corruption and the reestablishment of exercised rights.

However, the right-wing media never reports this stuff and now it is. This is worrying.


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Jun 21, 2013, 1:36 PM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
fucking rain.

when it rains here it rains hard...all day...as in, the hard rain doesn't come down for 20min, retreat to a drizzle, and then rains hard again three hours later. No, here, it rains hard from 8am to 5pm...and then it rains hard again from 5pm to 8am the next day...for several days in a row. Mad
I'm try to remember...
You moved to a tropical rain forest, right?

actually, where I'm at it's a very large forest, yes, but it's not rain forest. It's mostly pine (a different kind of pine, of course, but not rain forest).

It rains here because of the elevation. The weather comes to where Curitiba is (the city) and runs against the plateau and drops all the rain here. It's not raining an hour around us in most directions.
umm...
Move an hour away?


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donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
fucking rain.

when it rains here it rains hard...all day...as in, the hard rain doesn't come down for 20min, retreat to a drizzle, and then rains hard again three hours later. No, here, it rains hard from 8am to 5pm...and then it rains hard again from 5pm to 8am the next day...for several days in a row. Mad
I'm try to remember...
You moved to a tropical rain forest, right?

actually, where I'm at it's a very large forest, yes, but it's not rain forest. It's mostly pine (a different kind of pine, of course, but not rain forest).

It rains here because of the elevation. The weather comes to where Curitiba is (the city) and runs against the plateau and drops all the rain here. It's not raining an hour around us in most directions.
umm...
Move an hour away?

would LOVE to!

if you could kindly procure a few collectors for me in that area...I'll shoot you 20% of direct sales...and will report back from the beach.

(offer is serious)


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so there was supposed to be a protest here in curitiba tonight. It's pouring rain, so i doubt it will happen, but the protest wasn't supposed to be a walking one, but actually a huge potluck dinner (seriously) in one of the parks. Now, the lady works maybe a 15min walk from there. She was going to take her students to the protest (something that's become fashionable here - teachers cancelling night classes so the students can march with everyone else). Yesterday's protest went right by where the lady works, and the protests here have been peaceful.

So that's the details. But now, on a night with pouring rain, on a night when the march isn't supposed to move...the buses suddenly stopped running (and then started again sometime after), the college the lady teaches at cancelled all classes and evacuated the building, and confusion about what kind of protest is actually going to occur are all suddenly happening.

The lady seems to have a strange feeling at the moment. It's bizarre.

In any case, I'm glad that she's going home. Her son, however, is still going.


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edge wrote:
macherry wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Kansas is better than Calgary right now...

the whole area is floating away. crazy times!!!

Other than Red Sox updates from my ESPN ap, I have no idea what's going on in the world.

So, to get this straight, Brazil is having a social gathering, Calgary has been separated from the mainland by an earthquake, and Kansas still, and always will, suck.

Is that about right?

banff/calgary area massive flooding from spring run off and rain. all the expensive homes are floating away in canmore, just outside of banff. main highway is closed through banff. the tourists are stuck in town, crazy lines in the grocery stores and price gouging. end of times.

and calgary is flooded


edge


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macherry wrote:
edge wrote:
macherry wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Kansas is better than Calgary right now...

the whole area is floating away. crazy times!!!

Other than Red Sox updates from my ESPN ap, I have no idea what's going on in the world.

So, to get this straight, Brazil is having a social gathering, Calgary has been separated from the mainland by an earthquake, and Kansas still, and always will, suck.

Is that about right?

banff/calgary area massive flooding from spring run off and rain. all the expensive homes are floating away in canmore, just outside of banff. main highway is closed through banff. the tourists are stuck in town, crazy lines in the grocery stores and price gouging. end of times.

and calgary is flooded

It's the opposite problem here. Whole towns in New Mexico are out of water, completely. Here in Page, AZ it is dry and 98* on the shores of Lake Powell which loses enough water to evaporation to save all of those towns in NM. Quite the contrast to have houseboats full of rich Texans wasting ginormous amounts of gas to flit around what used to be Glen Canyon.

I made a bomb of vinegar and baking soda in a pill bottle, but couldn't get close enough to the dam to bring it all down and make Edward Abbey proud.

Tomorrow we go back of beyond in Grand Staircase with just the truck, 4WD may come in handy. That is all.


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macherry wrote:
edge wrote:
macherry wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Kansas is better than Calgary right now...

the whole area is floating away. crazy times!!!

Other than Red Sox updates from my ESPN ap, I have no idea what's going on in the world.

So, to get this straight, Brazil is having a social gathering, Calgary has been separated from the mainland by an earthquake, and Kansas still, and always will, suck.

Is that about right?

banff/calgary area massive flooding from spring run off and rain. all the expensive homes are floating away in canmore, just outside of banff. main highway is closed through banff. the tourists are stuck in town, crazy lines in the grocery stores and price gouging. end of times.

and calgary is flooded

But there's no looting (yet)... Canadians and their damn manners


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so there was supposed to be a protest here in curitiba tonight. It's pouring rain, so i doubt it will happen, but the protest wasn't supposed to be a walking one, but actually a huge potluck dinner (seriously) in one of the parks. Now, the lady works maybe a 15min walk from there. She was going to take her students to the protest (something that's become fashionable here - teachers cancelling night classes so the students can march with everyone else). Yesterday's protest went right by where the lady works, and the protests here have been peaceful.

So that's the details. But now, on a night with pouring rain, on a night when the march isn't supposed to move...the buses suddenly stopped running (and then started again sometime after), the college the lady teaches at cancelled all classes and evacuated the building, and confusion about what kind of protest is actually going to occur are all suddenly happening.

The lady seems to have a strange feeling at the moment. It's bizarre.

In any case, I'm glad that she's going home. Her son, however, is still going.

But... I thought they still protested in the rain... Sounds like they're going soft. Get out there and rile them up! Motivate them Greg! Go Greg! Go Greg! Go Greg!


Gmburns2000 wrote:
epoch wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
fucking rain.

when it rains here it rains hard...all day...

Doesn't seem to bother or curb the protests...

which is a good thing.

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