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Old 05-20-2011, 06:12 PM
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....with stuff like this coming in and out of our canal

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....with stuff like this coming in and out of our canal

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I must be in the wrong business and live in the wrong town. our local lake seems to enjoy all of the Pimp of the Nation Eastex bubba powerboating enthusiasts LOL!!!

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Club-Nautico South Florida division really has some great options compared to the other northern branches!
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Who knows maybe this poor guy had to downsize .
Somehow I doubt it .
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recessions very rarely affect the rich, or the poor. its always the middle guys
I've noticed the poor seem to get richer during recessions... or at least seem to have ZERO ambition to get back to work
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I think some businesses profit from a recession
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I think some businesses profit from a recession
Yeah, like our Kalfornia firefighters... Avarage wage is up to $225k/year in the Bay Area, retire at 50 with 85% of your last years earnings for their pension. And they get to do labor trades throught their carier so they never use any vacation time then take up to one years un-used vacation as pay in their last year of employment boosting the last years salary.
That takes a retired 50 year old to $382,500/ year for his pension. Not bad in a resetion! I wonder why the state is going broke.....
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Yeah, like our Kalfornia firefighters... Avarage wage is up to $225k/year in the Bay Area, retire at 50 with 85% of your last years earnings for their pension. And they get to do labor trades throught their carier so they never use any vacation time then take up to one years un-used vacation as pay in their last year of employment boosting the last years salary.
That takes a retired 50 year old to $382,500/ year for his pension. Not bad in a resetion! I wonder why the state is going broke.....


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