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 07-22-2005, 16:35 Post: 113783
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Well I put in my two week notice to day. I am moving on to greener ($$) pastures so to say. Going to work for a construction company as the shop foreman on mostly JCB equipment, and various make of trucks light to heavy.






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 07-22-2005, 20:24 Post: 113787
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Congrat$ Tony!

I'm a fan of JCB stuff. Don't they make a CUT (of sorts) for construction with a dedicated backhoe? Somehwere I thought I saw JCB lawn tractor with a mower???






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 07-22-2005, 20:50 Post: 113789
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Congratulations!!!

I guess we'll have to consider you upwardly mobile now. So what's the first purchase with that extra income?






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 07-22-2005, 21:06 Post: 113792
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First will be to catch up on bills that I fell behind on at the present job.






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 07-23-2005, 20:24 Post: 113811
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Congrats, Tony!

I too, have reciently begun a new career. Scary, exciting and rewarding all at the same time. I wish you the best of luck with your new endevors!






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 07-23-2005, 20:31 Post: 113812
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I have been with this company for a couple of years and it is what I know as far as routine. This change is going to be very trying for me. It is hard for me to imagine getting up in the morning and having to actually drive past this place to get to my new job. I have this feeling that I will absent mindingly turn into the parking lot.






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 07-24-2005, 19:24 Post: 113858
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Good job! Walk out and dont look back! It may be hard at first but after a week you will be calling your new place, "us' and "we' or some version of those words to descibe your new employer!
Congrats Tony






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 07-25-2005, 10:57 Post: 113877
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Congrats Tony.

JCB is top drawer stuff, you won't be too frustrated working on it. We have run their stuff for more than 15 years now and are thoroughly impressed with it.

Earthworks, you're right, they make a nifty little thing sort of like a skid steer in size, but with crab steering, and a FEL & B/H, it's called the Mini CX.

Best of luck.






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 07-25-2005, 13:40 Post: 113879
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Best of Luck on your new job! There is always some uncertainty when making changes in your life. Change is good!! It's kind of a rebirth giving a new burst of energy. The important thing is to enjoy what you are doing and having the income to live as you choose. Don't spend too much time looking back, forward is the most important.






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Well the new job lasted a month. Tuesday I QUIT. Disrespect and lies sealed the deal. Welcome to unemployment.






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