Can't work, might as well ride

Discussion in 'Texas Bikers' started by Bill Cattell, May 5, 2009.

  1. Bill Cattell

    Bill Cattell Guest

    My (former) employer decided they no longer needed me so I'm in the "out
    of work" category. Not having anything mindless to do at a political, in-
    fighting company leaves me with plenty of time to ride.

    Anybody up for a ride Thu or Fri?
     
    Bill Cattell, May 5, 2009
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    BiffB Guest

    We lost a guy today. Know how to run a CNC lathe?
    In regards to the ride, I'ld love to, but my dance card is currently
    full for those days. That, and I've got a really square back tire. I
    should put my tire in one of the lathes and round over those sharp
    corners.

    Best of luck to ya man.

    (If you see this message twice it means my regular newsreader started
    working again)
     
    BiffB, May 5, 2009
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    Schiffner Guest

    Well I could use a bit of help with the front porch (spalling) ;^) I
    could throw some venison on the grill or lamb instead. All we gots to
    do is mix up 90# of concrete, pour and level. How hard could it
    be? :^)

    p.s. Oh and there are some FUN rides around these parts.
     
    Schiffner, May 6, 2009
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  4. Bill Cattell

    Bill Cattell Guest

    Heck Keith, that sounds like fun. Do you have employee medical coverage
    for when I blow out my knee or back? ;-}
     
    Bill Cattell, May 6, 2009
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    Bill Cattell Guest

    I appreciate the offers - I'd say I'm more qualified gynecology assistant
    job. Very familiar with those parts for a a long time now. Yea, I
    suppose the work could make me hard, I mean BE hard. ;-)

    Lessee, Valkyrie work - yup, could do that as long as certain members of
    this group take riding lessons or just leave it parked to be admired.
    Heck, even aircraft maintenance would be ok - planes work on some or the
    same principles as bike engines, yeah, I could do that.

    Not sure about the law enforcement gig though - where ever I would be
    working would have some major PR damage control to do.

    Are pharmaceuticals included with the gyn job? I'm in (or will be in
    soon). 8-0
     
    Bill Cattell, May 6, 2009
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    Schiffner Guest

    Prompt appropriate care on site and a FREE ride to the hospital, which
    is all of 3-4 blocks. Can't recall...just say your foot slipped and
    the bike dropped on you. ;^) Instant insurance coverage!

    Oh and you might even be able to talk me into making a homemade
    gooseberry pie. Home grown, organic and picked by virgins during the
    dark of the moon.
     
    Schiffner, May 7, 2009
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