From: Noddy on 30 Jul 2010 01:55
"Crash Lander" <here(a)there.yeahright> wrote in message
> He's a rare case. I've sold carpet for 13 years, and I've not met a
> carpet layer who could string more than a few sentences together.
> Good on your mate! Wish he was still laying carpet!
If you actually spoke to him he *sounds* like a carpet layer. It's only when
he dons his "Harry Potter" outfit (as he calls it) and stands up in court
does his alter ego emerge :)
From: D Walford on 30 Jul 2010 19:20
On 31/07/2010 1:27 AM, Kev wrote:
> Whatever he does, I keep pointing out to him that if he doesn't pull his
> head in and study hard he'll end up driving trucks like me
Hope he listens to the good advice he's getting.
Too many young people don't look forward enough, they need to understood
that a bit of hard work now will give them a much better future but it
isn't easy to put on old head on young shoulders.
> not that $85,000/year is bad money for a non trade job. It's just that
> it took me 15 years to get there
Not bad at all but its not a job I want any more, I wasn't getting paid
anything like that when I was driving trucks.
From: Albm&ctd on 1 Aug 2010 01:19
In article <D3p2o.1561$Yv.318(a)viwinnwfe01.internal.bigpond.com>,
> The simplest crossings may just consist of some markings on the road
> surface. These are often called zebra crossings, referring to the alternate
> white and black stripes painted on the road surface.
Do they have thylacine crossings in Tasmania?
I don't take sides.
It's more fun to insult everyone.
From: who where on 1 Aug 2010 21:09
On Sun, 1 Aug 2010 15:19:49 +1000, Albm&ctd
>In article <D3p2o.1561$Yv.318(a)viwinnwfe01.internal.bigpond.com>,
>> The simplest crossings may just consist of some markings on the road
>> surface. These are often called zebra crossings, referring to the alternate
>> white and black stripes painted on the road surface.
>Do they have thylacine crossings in Tasmania?
Not any more ...