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JAG1

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I'm ready for a long break after so much overtime. Sometimes as much as 40 phone calls a day and every other one can be an issue. Man alive...... I sometimes think success ain't worth it.

 

Now that summer crowds are gone I'm ready to load up and go places, take it easy for awhile.

 

 

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I feel your pain. We spent the first 5 weeks of the job busting our butts to get the building into drywall and wall finishes and that is from ground breaking on 8-3. This just makes finishing easier. Then the construction manager for CFA decided it would be great to move the opening date up from 12-10 to 11-19. This just meant another 7 to 8 weeks of busting our butts to meet the new date, which we are going to make. I get an email from CFA operations last Wednesday announcing a 12-10 grand opening date. All that *** busting for nothing. I need a break after that. 

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Yep, I can tell I need a break when I accidently blew my exhaust at a Pruis driving client, right when she walks by, they want an eco friendly new home built. Boy was that a mistake.

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2 hours ago, JAG1 said:

Yep, I can tell I need a break when I accidently blew my exhaust at a Pruis driving client, right when she walks by, they want an eco friendly new home built. Boy was that a mistake.

Eco friendly soot. Normally would not think twice about that, but a paying client, maybe no the best thing to do.

good luck.

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Yeah not the best thing. Really blew it. But when you think about it our trucks help keep people making money to stay in their homes. What better ecology environment is there than home? When our trucks run efficient and powerful enough to take care of the family, the business it is clearly ecologically sane in this respect.

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Kind of like myself I just had a meeting with the owner of the 1995 Dodge here in the tyard. I went and meet him at his home in New Meadows. After liking over the work and test driving I've been given a free rein on this truck. His goals is to have a safe, functional work truck that is presentable to a customer. All my hard work has landed me into more work than I know what to do with. There is no issues with me picking out parts or my design ideas.

So here I am jumping in the same basket like you guys. Working the web site, local jobs, and taking care of the home front...

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