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Old 09-18-2011, 03:11 PM   #1
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Have now starter detailing at ford got my own garage with all the cleaning supplies I could need. My car will be cleaned from the frame up
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Have now starter detailing at ford got my own garage with all the cleaning supplies I could need. My car will be cleaned from the frame up
Congrats!! Awesome.
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Should be interesting
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Should be interesting
It definitely will but what a great experience and something valuable for the ol' resume.
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Old 09-19-2011, 10:10 PM   #5
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I've always wanted a job at ford. I'm 17 and want one soooo bad. I'm sick of working for my aunts bank
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I've always wanted a job at ford. I'm 17 and want one soooo bad. I'm sick of working for my aunts bank
What do you do at the bank?
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I sit in a room and file and scan. It is the most boring job ever but hey.... It's a job.
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I bet it's not as boring ad mine? I work in the back room of s liquor store. I gotta go through all the cans and bottles after they are put through the machine and sort them by breweries. It smells so bad back there, I swear to god you can get drunk off fumes lol. All joking aside, in go through at least 100 dollars worth and cans/bottles a day. Its sooooo repetitive. Minimum wage lol
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Haha damn that does suck
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I sit in a room and file and scan. It is the most boring job ever but hey.... It's a job.
That's not bad for a 17 year old...better than flipping burgers for m/w
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That's not bad for a 17 year old...better than flipping burgers for m/w
The ultimate job would do anything with the cars at ford
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Old 09-24-2011, 12:10 PM   #14
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Congrats man! I've been trying to start as a lube tech there for months but it's so slow around here I'm stuck at Mazda/Subaru :/
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I've been going to every ford dealer in the valley because id kill for a job there - receptionist anything I don't care.

just to be around the cars I have such a passion for would make me the happiest person in the world! One day maybe.

But congrats! Detailing is what I look forward to doing every week so your a lucky one.
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It's not as amazing as youd think I take ****ty trade ins and try and make them presentable.. It's great when it's a nice car but I mean trying to clean dog fur infested escapes just isn't very appealing I used to work for the Alaska State Troopers
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Psh, I work at best buy doing customer service. I get pissed off people spitting in my face all day. My job basicly is listening to people whine and scream and cry.
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It's not as amazing as youd think I take ****ty trade ins and try and make them presentable.. It's great when it's a nice car but I mean trying to clean dog fur infested escapes just isn't very appealing I used to work for the Alaska State Troopers
Hahaha well its a job that pays right? I'm havent been able to find a job for my life :'(

Any funny stories from working as a trooper? haha!
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It's not as amazing as youd think I take ****ty trade ins and try and make them presentable.. It's great when it's a nice car but I mean trying to clean dog fur infested escapes just isn't very appealing I used to work for the Alaska State Troopers
I know.. I couldn't do it.
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Hahaha well its a job that pays right? I'm havent been able to find a job for my life :'(

Any funny stories from working as a trooper? haha!
Yeah tons of hilarious stories but my story telling skills are not very good, especially over cell phone messaging haha
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Yeah tons of hilarious stories but my story telling skills are not very good, especially over cell phone messaging haha
Yeah every cop I know, or have met always has the best stories. They truly have the patience of God.
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Yeah tons of hilarious stories but my story telling skills are not very good, especially over cell phone messaging haha
Dang i wanna know! Haha oh ppleeeassseee just a couple storiess!

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Yeah every cop I know, or have met always has the best stories. They truly have the patience of God.
It's the first thing i ask if im ever in a normal conversation with one, as in not on the side of the road being ticketed or in handcuffs
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