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Old 05-12-2005, 01:36 PM   #1
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Wheelin's not cheap.
I a single Non-commissioned officer in the army so i have a "decent" dispoable income, but i was wondering what the rest of you do to support your habit of breaking axles and buying tires?
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Old 05-12-2005, 01:38 PM   #2
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Full time radiologic technology student here. I was going in pharmacy but I don't get along very well with calculus and chemistry. In the summer I get to do some "role playing" for the military base here for a little money.
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Full time radiologic technology student here. I was going in pharmacy but I don't get along very well with calculus and chemistry. In the summer I get to do some "role playing" for the military base here for a little money.
When you're done with school and you need a radtech job, go to CompHealth. That's the medical staffing service I work for.
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Wheelin's not cheap.
I a single Non-commissioned officer in the army so i have a "decent" dispoable income, but i was wondering what the rest of you do to support your habit of breaking axles and buying tires?
I don't know about the rest of everyone, but I am married and I have to beg and plead for anything I need or want!
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I work for Michelin building Earthmover tires. I'm also a Vol Fire Fighter. Great job, lots of . To bad I'm saving for a house and have none for my truck.
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When you're done with school and you need a radtech job, go to CompHealth. That's the medical staffing service I work for.
http://www.comphealth.com
Thanks, I'll try to keep that in mind a little closer to graduation.
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I am an Acura Auto Tech and have been for the past 5 years,before that I was a wrench for Nissan here in the Chicago area.It pays decent coin.
Hey man, what's the best way to access the cabin air filter on an 03' Accord V-6...Figured the TL would be the same...The wife's is ready...
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I don't know about the rest of everyone, but I am married and I have to beg and plead for anything I need or want!
Do what I do and earn your "own" money..Sell crap on Ebay, look for bargains to buy and turn over etc.....Has worked for me for the last 5 yrs...She doesn't see a dime gone from "our" funds...
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If you want to know if a trail is too hard - GO WHEEL IT! If your truck breaks, or you die - it was too hard.


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I don't know about the rest of everyone, but I am married and I have to beg and plead for anything I need or want!
I HEAR THAT!!! My money is her money and her money is her money, LOL.
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I a single Non-commissioned officer in the army so i have a "decent" dispoable income, but i was wondering what the rest of you do to support your habit of breaking axles and buying tires?
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Teacher, huh?
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