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    A new car, new PC, new game console, new video card, etc, etc, etc,.......


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    Hmm, you guys are lucky not to have sutch a physique job..

    I got to walk about 20-25 km/night, wich is 13 hours long including one hour lunch, (if i'm lucky that is)..
    May not sound to hard but after a couple of years.. Ya now..

    Only good thing is that we get to drive brand new cars between our customers.

    :cheers:

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    Good stuff,
    Thats just the tip of the iceberg....
    • Q: What is the difference between erotic sex and kinky sex?
    A: During erotic sex you use a feather, during kinky sex you use the whole chicken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kane2g
    Today was the first day that i actually got to fix computers!! So it was a lot more fun than doing the paperwork.
    Also a sales manager came in w/ his machine. He just got a 9700Pro for his machine, but the BIOS didnt come w. 4x support and he couldnt flash it.
    So for doing this i got his old video card - GF4 mx440
    not bad for a 5 min bios flash!!! huh? :D

    I also found out that i might be getting some good deals on other stuff that is returned! :D :thumb:
    Cant wait to get paid so i can afford stuff again!!!

    OK im done rambling now
    : peace2:
    May you never loose your enthusiasm for your new dream job! Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    But he works where you just surf and d/l. :D

    Work? What's that. Building PCs=fun (and the occasionally excessive ****ing swearing at the stupid piece of **** )

    Work? You must enlighten me to what that is. I've heard the term, but I understand it requires effort which I'm not willing to put forward.

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    The Tweaker:
    wich is 13 hours long including one hour lunch, (if i'm lucky that is)..

    I'll trade ya! When I am on the job it requires minimum 16 hour days with no lunch, 21 day work weeks and 2 days off. And the best part is I get to do that for 8 months a year. The other 4 I spend recovering from work. Another bonus to it is you don't get to see your house or family for a loooong time!:thumb:

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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    Morgan_Lander[/size]]
    Work? What's that. Building PCs=fun (and the occasionally excessive ****ing swearing at the stupid piece of **** )

    Work? You must enlighten me to what that is. I've heard the term, but I understand it requires effort which I'm not willing to put forward.
    I would agree but as we do get paid to do means that it is work and taxes must be paid. :tears:

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    I love the taxman,
    As I haven't worked in 2002, and they still payed me back taxes!!
    Aparently my last employer didnt officially take me off the books until half way through the year, so i got payed for all the hollidays and other stuff.
    I got it all back too. So i'm a happy camper!!!!

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    Yes there are advantages just like the two PC's that I'm about to put together which will be claimed as tax deductions. :D

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    I'm waiting for the IRS to ask why I replace my computer every year or so.

    And Autocad sure is a pricy thing, too. That makes a great tax deduction as well.

    And, oh yeah, that gas-guzzling (terrorist-promoting) SUV I drive to all the project sites I design landscapes for, Uncle Sam helps with that, too.

    But they get their share. Don't worry.

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