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  1. #1 Well...I'm about to get evicted. 
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    Hmmm...where is the hate filled post for FearLess Leader????



    Wed Dec 12, 2012, 05:38 PM
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    Well...I'm about to get evicted.

    Haven't been paid in six weeks. We had a huge job fall through at the last minute that would have got my dad's company back in black, at least for a bit. Losing that job will likely mean we'll have to shut down the business as well.
    Now, unless I come up with 1225 bucks by Friday afternoon, I will have one month to leave.

    Guess it's just a different sort of opportunity, I am not particularly fond of what the Keys has to offer anyway.

    And no, I'm not asking for money. I will not accept any offers of such.
    Just needed to vent.

    Probably won't be online much starting real soon either, so it was nice getting to know all of you, and I will be back, posting music no one likes before you know it!

    I'll check in when I can.

    PEACE!


    Interesting user name...

    Now assuming this is legit, where is the blame filled post for Obama??? Cause if a ReThug was Prez...
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    Thats pretty cheap rent for the keys! Wasn't there a moonbat with a business in the Keys way back when. Something a bout bicycle wax or some such nonsense? Is this him!!!

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    Obama is to blame!!!!!!!!! #%$!@#$%%^%$&%^#&*%^*$^&




    (oh wait, he didn't write that?)
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    He's just doing an Oral Roberts. Has anyone offered to send him money yet?
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    Guess working at McDonalds or Wally World don't look so bad now, eh sport?
    At least you get a paycheck.

    I thin he should file a federal suit against his dad for not paying him minimum wage and then organize, join a union and strike for better wages and benefits against his evil 1%er capitalist pig parent.
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    12. If you have to go on the road to find a job...

    ...and decide to leave the Keys, depending on your skills, maybe there's something somewhere else that you can do. I hear they need lots of people for all sorts of jobs in ... North Dakota, around the oil patch.
    This might be a beautiful tag-team troll job. Low count poster gets advice from other low count poster to join Big Oil. No DUmmies went for it but nice try.

    If not, F your hypocrisy Chisolm. Go work for a solar company, I mean electric car battery company, I mean windmill company. Oh the hell with it...just go work for oil.
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    So like... I'm in a fairly insular industry with high pay, that is constantly hiring, and in most cities there is a deficit of skilled workers (in Montreal for example there are thousands more openings than applicants).

    I could get fired tomorrow and find a job in my city within a week. We actually just had to layoff about 50 people from my company (bad management), and they all got jobs within a month. Is the jobs situation really this bad for most people, or is it just hyperbole?
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    Quote Originally Posted by m00 View Post
    So like... I'm in a fairly insular industry with high pay, that is constantly hiring, and in most cities there is a deficit of skilled workers (in Montreal for example there are thousands more openings than applicants).

    I could get fired tomorrow and find a job in my city within a week. We actually just had to layoff about 50 people from my company (bad management), and they all got jobs within a month. Is the jobs situation really this bad for most people, or is it just hyperbole?
    If my inbox/voicemail is any indication, the job market is hot for anyone, regardless of education, with the appropriate high-tech skill set.

    Right now, in the field of factory automation and robotics, if you have a pulse and can spell PLC, you can get a job just about anywhere, including SE Michigan/NW Ohio, which have disproportionately high unemployment rates. Manufacturing itself may be fleeing the rust belt, but factories everywhere in the US still get their machines from "Automation Alley".

    The irony of it all is that there are apparently plenty of jobs out there for automation engineers and specialists, but damn few Americans with the education and/or skills to fill them.

    Just about every other sector, except health care administration and transportation (trucking), is still flat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m00 View Post
    So like... I'm in a fairly insular industry with high pay, that is constantly hiring, and in most cities there is a deficit of skilled workers (in Montreal for example there are thousands more openings than applicants).

    I could get fired tomorrow and find a job in my city within a week. We actually just had to layoff about 50 people from my company (bad management), and they all got jobs within a month. Is the jobs situation really this bad for most people, or is it just hyperbole?
    Keep in mind, also, that Canada has a different employment problem. There is currently such a shortage of skilled trades workers (construction, fabrication, welding, etc.) that the Immigration Ministry has actually relaxed the requirements for work permits and entry visas for those with the right skills and experience.

    In Saskatchewan, according to the CBC, they're importing coal miners from China by the hundreds, and still have hundreds of thousands of openings....
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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    Wasn't there a moonbat with a business in the Keys way back when. Something a bout bicycle wax or some such nonsense? Is this him!!!
    Was his name "coonhunter" ?
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