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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    uHmmmm deff not
    oh, what, now we're not good enough for you?!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    oh, what, now we're not good enough for you?!?!
    Who is "we"? I'm talking about Rusty and I haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    Who is "we"? I'm talking about Rusty and I haha
    Dezz said you guys would fit in just fine here.

    there goes that dirty mind of yours again.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    Dezz said you guys would fit in just fine here. there goes that dirty mind of yours again.....
    I misread

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    Day 39 of training....still no sign of hope. The crew's morale is low. failure imminent....
    lol If shes THAT bad Id say something. Cant have someone incompetent, it rubs off on every one else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    lol If shes THAT bad Id say something. Cant have someone incompetent, it rubs off on every one else.
    I have, multiple times. There's no immediate resolution unfortunately. something that alot of ppl dont understand is how expensive it is to train each employee. they dont like to give up. which is fine, i guess....except i just dont think that should be on me. It's going to burn everyone out, and its not fair to anyone involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    truck prices have gotten ridiculous. my brother bought an 04 Silverado about 5-6 years ago, ran great....wanted to upgrade but then saw what trucks were going for. holy ****! lol...

    he stepped in **** last year though, new job with company called Camo Pollution Control....they do privatized water dept. municipality type work/sewage treatment etc.....they GAVE him a 2010 F250 utility truck. It's liked a $50,000 truck. ridiculous lol
    My sister bf just bought a nice big big *** 2010 chevy for like 25000. an amazing deal but it only get 11 mpg. lmao. **** that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    My sister bf just bought a nice big big *** 2010 chevy for like 25000. an amazing deal but it only get 11 mpg. lmao. **** that.
    thats so ridiculous that a 3 year rold truck costs 25k....thats what we were talking about earlier. MADNESS!!!!
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    I was just reading that the beaches of Normandy scene in Saving Private Ryan is one of the most expensive filmed scenes ever.

    Man, that movie had some brutal ****....what a great film
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    I was just reading that the beaches of Normandy scene in Saving Private Ryan is one of the most expensive filmed scenes ever.

    Man, that movie had some brutal ****....what a great film
    Im sure it was. Even the end of the scene when the major or whatever is giving Hanks his new orders to find Ryan. There had to be thousands of guys in costume, the landing craft, ships, trucks, those blimp things that stop artillery shells.

    I saw a behind the scene thing to Band of Brothers. That was cool. A lot of the heavy weapons were made of rubber. Recreating a lot of the tanks was tough. The Bastogne episode was filmed in a huge hanger. took them months to decorate it.

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