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Old 02-09-2013, 11:14 AM   #1031
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thanks. i have survived my first full week now and its a tiring job. 10-12hrs a day of shipping boxes and then loading them on the fedex truck at night.
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Old 02-12-2013, 08:04 AM   #1032
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is it bad i want to find a new job already, and im only on my 2nd week of this one. these 10-12hr shifts are killing me
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:39 PM   #1033
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is it bad i want to find a new job already, and im only on my 2nd week of this one. these 10-12hr shifts are killing me
Ha that's nothing. Try pulling 18-24hr shifts. I did that all the time working at OTI
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anyone playing in the snow or mud since the little storm came through. im out of town right now flew over it today and saw that majority of it melted in the metro area
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anyone playing in the snow or mud since the little storm came through. im out of town right now flew over it today and saw that majority of it melted in the metro area
its melted already
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anyone playing in the snow or mud since the little storm came through. im out of town right now flew over it today and saw that majority of it melted in the metro area
In NW we got it all almost gone.
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Hope all of you Westerners are doing alright in that fluffy white struff (which we got shafted out of). If only we had colder weather, closer to the 20's we would've got a ton of snow, especially since we got over 2"s of rain. Not to mention over an 1" last week. At least we're getting closer to that 36"s. Oh, and a local news station put this picture up on there website, for one of their articles. Though, it was taken last week, not this week (awkward)...

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Hope all of you Westerners are doing alright in that fluffy white struff (which we got shafted out of). If only we had colder weather, closer to the 20's we would've got a ton of snow, especially since we got over 2"s of rain. Not to mention over an 1" last week. At least we're getting closer to that 36"s. Oh, and a local news station put this picture up on there website, for one of their articles. Though, it was taken last week, not this week (awkward)...
Ha we got 20" of that crap in Woodward. The whole town is shut down. We have 6x6 wild fire trucks with plows stuck in this stuff. Only thing getting through are dozers clearing the highways and pulling out stranded vehicles. We had a ambulance, fire truck and snow plow stranded all night. A dozer reached them about 12 after 5hrs in the snow.
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you need to buy some half tracks then :P
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Old 02-28-2013, 07:59 PM   #1040
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Lol I know right
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