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Old 10-20-2010, 03:30 PM
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You should probably just move north across that border and live here then.

Things are better. BC is fabulous I hear (ask Rob).
I'll think about it once we invade, but not until then.

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Southerners are no where near the plane of Newfoundlanders in terms of incomprehensibility.
Yeah, they're pretty much worldbeaters.
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Old 10-20-2010, 03:47 PM
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One of my friends (my buddy's Newfoundlander cousin) works in the tar sands. He drives the machines. To say that he makes a good living would be a massive, massive understatement. You can make over 100 grand there if you work the hoursy and 200K+ is quite attainable - for driving truck, shovel, and grader.
Oh I'm quite familiar with the money . Its the only reason anyone goes there, because its not exactly a "nice" area where you'd want to raise your kids. The big money is definitely in the hours. I used to work 12 hours a day, 7 days a week, for as long as 8 weeks in a row. Depending on what sort of work you're doing you'd typically do rotations, but some business like pipeline companies that are on a super tight schedule will have their guys working every single day. I started out doing the pipeline, and we had one day break in a 2 month period because the temperature sunk to -56 incl. wind chill, and the bosses didn't want to expose the machinery to that. When I focussed more on plumbing, the work became a little more humane, but since its still up north you're still living in camps away from home most of the time.
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Old 10-26-2010, 03:55 AM
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anyone has all those new high-res shots Ferrari never released on their website? they were probably distributed only trough the USB key they were giving to journalists in Paris.

Check this to have an idea: http://www.netcarshow.com/ferrari/2011-458_italia/
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