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Post  REDNECK on Mon 09 Mar 2009, 3:50 pm

Thgis is hectic.......am ready da throw the rope up........bored da fook. Need a job urgently.

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Post  jennymac on Mon 09 Mar 2009, 11:57 pm

Write a book!!!
You have a computer and a hell of a lot of experiences to pass on, not to mention a story or two Very Happy
It won't pay the bills, but it will keep your mind busy.

BTW I'd buy one.
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Post  REDNECK on Tue 10 Mar 2009, 6:19 am

Awwww thanks. Got a few fingers in a few pies ATM, just a waiting game. Things are pretty bad in the construction industry over here ( probably world wide too ).

The biggest crux is nowa days there are all these bloody cards and certificates needed. When I started out in the paint spraying lark you worked along side a guy who was top in his field and learnt from him, he decided if you were good enough not some silly fortnight course and a bita paper.

Last year or the year before when we were very busy I'd got a guy in to help wi the spraying........good write up on his C.V.......FFS my grandson coulda done a better job. He couldn't a sprayed fly killer. So much fer these bits of paper eh?.

Thanks for your kind words, but am sure something will turn up....sooner rather than later hopefully lol. thumb
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Post  MurdoMac on Tue 10 Mar 2009, 9:36 am

academic shite sure rules the roost nowadays, mores the pity.

The way things are going, the "real" or "continuity" provos are sure having a try at getting a reaction,.....UDR's resurrection?.....

At any rate, here's hoping they catch the mother-feckers and show no mercy whatsoever.....scum.
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Post  REDNECK on Tue 10 Mar 2009, 12:54 pm

Sad state of affairs indeed Ron. With just those two incidents the whole mood has changed here. People had been hardened to the dark days, but even the older hands like myself who'd grew up through the terrorist campaign were / are shocked.
Fingers crossed it's nipped in the bud ASAP 'n the clowns are apprehended.
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Post  Veteran Piper on Mon 16 Mar 2009, 2:24 pm

REDNECK wrote:Sad state of affairs indeed Ron. With just those two incidents the whole mood has changed here. People had been hardened to the dark days, but even the older hands like myself who'd grew up through the terrorist campaign were / are shocked.
Fingers crossed it's nipped in the bud ASAP 'n the clowns are apprehended.

Was there a local incident, it didn't make the news here?

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Post  REDNECK on Tue 17 Mar 2009, 11:46 am

Aye, the so called real I.R.A murdered two soldiers due to fly out the next day, then shot dead a police man.
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Post  Veteran Piper on Sun 22 Mar 2009, 11:32 pm

REDNECK wrote:Aye, the so called real I.R.A murdered two soldiers due to fly out the next day, then shot dead a police man.

What's the point anymore?

4 Policemen were killed today not far from here, totally senseless!!!!!

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