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Old 10-22-2013, 08:28 PM   #349121
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Old 10-22-2013, 08:29 PM   #349122
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Old 10-22-2013, 08:30 PM   #349123
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Briangle Dangle, you have 330 calipers/rotors right?

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Old 10-22-2013, 08:47 PM   #349124
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Briangle Dangle, you have 330 calipers/rotors right?

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One main difference: I didn't overpay to have mine rebuilt
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Old 10-22-2013, 08:51 PM   #349125
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One main difference: I didn't overpay to have mine rebuilt
lol what did you pay for them to be rebuilt?
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lol what did you pay for them to be rebuilt?
They didn't need rebuilding They were fine when I got them.
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Old 10-22-2013, 08:55 PM   #349127
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They didn't need rebuilding They were fine when I got them.


Mine seemed ok, I just went with the rebuild just to be safe. Derbo did a decent amount of tracking on them so I just wanted to be sure
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Old 10-22-2013, 09:15 PM   #349128
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98% of the jobs out there could be better. My summer job tends to be inconsistent, with times of no activities followed by 60 hour work weeks.


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Again, this conflicts with what you say...it was a summer job, then it's a job that keeps you busy the whole year, then it's just a summer job again, and now it's inconsistent. I wasn't talking about job satisfaction per se, but you either talk it up or down depending on the conversation...this job is sounding less and less impressive and credible.


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Old 10-22-2013, 09:21 PM   #349130
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Again, this conflicts with what you say...it was a summer job, then it's a job that keeps you busy the whole year, then it's just a summer job again, and now it's inconsistent. I wasn't talking about job satisfaction per se, but you either talk it up or down depending on the conversation...this job is sounding less and less impressive and credible.


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The one great thing about this job is that is can be whatever I want it to be. I gives me managing experience, leadership abilities, dealing with people/sales, dealing with kids, non-profit/charity work, been constantly growing etc.

This job has ups and downs in terms of busy-ness.
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Old 10-22-2013, 09:35 PM   #349131
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This job has ups and downs in terms of busy-ness.
no need to throw "resume key words" at us

what exactly do you do in this job of yours?
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no need to throw "resume key words" at us

what exactly do you do in this job of yours?
Well, I work at a summer school. This school serves kids kindergarten-upper high school classes (think Calculus). These are not remedial classes, or classes made for kids who failed their classes during the normal school year, these classes are for kids (or parents who want their kids) to get a jump on next years schooling (so kids who graduated 3rd grade will take the 4th grade class over the summer). Kinder-5th grade is basically babysitting, since there isn't much that goes on there. From 6th grade (middle school & up) it is actually helpful to the kids, giving them a jump on their next year.

I myself do a bit of everything. I've organized our warehouse, bought necessary supplies, driven moving trucks filled with supplies to our various sites around the Bay Area (Last summer we had 7 Bay Area sites and 2 in San Diego), watching kids, serving lunches, running the teachers aides, being the dean of discipline, helping teachers etc. My technical "position" is either Assistant Principal or Assistant Site Director; what I end up doing is anything and everything at my particular site (and often times at other sites as well). I think I've been there five years and within the 1st year the boss had me on speed dial whenever he had extra work or needed something done.
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Assistant Principal?

Where did you get your teaching credentials
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