well, my right hand is givin the horns my other...well I don't quite recall to be honest
Yeah much better than years back. It's handles well, ride is quite smooth too, a little bit of road noise but worlds less than my truck obviously. For the amount of driving I'll be doing in the next couple years it'll be perfect. The interior is pretty nice too.
I've been to Metropolis, too. There's actually a huge Superman statue in the middle of town. On my lunch break down there, I had lunch at the casino (just across the river in Paducah, Kentucky) and I won $75 on the slots.
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These two videos are parts 1 and 2 of a movie called BIG NUMBERS which was a drag racing documentary film from the late'60s. It's a short film at around 30 minutes total.
The other nite I was in the office a little later so I was tlaking to my coworker about that bike I want to build. We did a quick money break down and it added up fast. It was right about $5k but knowing me would be closer to $6k to build.
The more I think about it I would rather have a cool truck that I could sink $6k in than a cool bike I will hardly ever ride.
Anyone know anyone looking for an entry level software technical support job?
NW Suburbs Software Technical Support/ Applications Engineer (Manufacturing Software)
Looking for an entry level position person to perform technical support on Mastercam and related software. You will be starting out doing basic technical support, mainly installation and licensing support.
Manufacturing/Engineering or Cad/Cam experience not required, but highly preferred. We will consider candidates that have a willingness to learn and want to get involved in the rapidly expanding growing manufacturing automation sector.
**Your initial duties will include:**
* Fielding Technical Support calls from current clients.
* Learning and using Mastercam Cad/Cam software to design & toolpath CAD models.
* Make monthly phone calls to touch base with current accounts.
* Help Develop technical support documents and training materials.
**Position will progress into doing the following in addition to duties listed above:**
* Train customers at their facility on the software.
* Teach classroom classes at our facility.
* Help customers work through difficult projects via programming for multi-axis Mills and Lathes.
If you are good with computers, internet savvy and want to work in a very small team environment, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will be in contact with you.
Remember the old Eveready 9 Lives Cat logos?