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Old 12-04-2002, 09:00 AM
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Mike ('Foul) is pretty intellengent! If I am correct, I think he graduated with 2 degrees from U of M----not an easy task to do and he definately has at SOME experience---he works on his boat A LOT!
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Old 12-04-2002, 09:14 AM
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<sigh>... If I only lived closer... I know Orlando is ALOT closer than some of you all.... But shoot I just got a house... damn it.... I needed something like this to come around a year ago!
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We will be moving into our new facility the last week of February and are very excited. We still have a couple of openings, any takers?

Now that I have a moving date I will contact Travis.
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sounds like a great opportunity for some one in our hobby, if only i was alot younger and could pick up and leave, of coarse i really hate to think about starting over toget to were im at, if i was allot younger than i guess i would have to start a family all over and oh well.
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marc congrats on the new biulding glad to hear everything worked out!!!

As for me and florida, well i haev a few thigns brewwign her ein NY right now. I picked up a new major client so I am here for at least 4-6 months.
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Old 01-09-2003, 03:25 PM
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as for anyone interested the jobs marc has, he has TONS of machine equipment and it coudl be avery cool job. Me personally precisionm machine work isn't me i just don't have the skill for it.
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I believe I am in the same position Waterfoul is in. I would be very interested in learning skills involved with precision machine work. I also love the feeling of accomplishment after completing a project on my boat or my friends boats. Just wondering what the salary would be and the location.
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Marc were is the new shop going to be?close to the present one?
 
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Just to be the devils advocate, this guy discounts his parts so much to us, he can't be making any money, hence he can't pay any money, and you say he's building a new bigger building?, just like the old hillbillys hauling hay, buy it for a dollar a bale, haul it up north and sell it for a dollar a bale, their not making any money so they buy a bigger truck..........LOL!!!!!!!!!!!
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