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I don't know where those numbers are coming from either. Full icbc insurance on a brand new 750 when I was younger was about $2100 with a 30% discount.
So they gave you a logical reason yet you pretended that it was made up? :attention
Yup or the declared value is different.
A scientist fell 70 feet into a mountain crevasse. Not only did he live, but he also got it all on camera.
Mashi at least it's pissing rain; more chance of them having time to fix your bike sooner. I'm hoping for the same result.
Except those numbers were incorrect. I'll add my "did ya even read the thread?" to this.
But you've only had a driver's license for 9 years and riding for 3 with a speeding ticket 4 years ago and lost your license while you had an N right?
Wait, you mean you can't punch in theft insurance cost on the BCSB search feature and get an instant quote? WHO RUNS THIS PLACE?
"Does anyone have theft threw icbc on their bike? Are you able to add theft only? What does it cost you?"
Okay I'm going to explain this yet again. Asking people what they pay for insurance is fucking retarded. Why? Because there are many, many factors that determine the cost of insurance, including...
Not this shit again. http://i.imgur.com/uUEnmq4.gif
And as I said it's not 180 days of 8 hours a day. Doesn't take a math teacher or a rocket scientist to figure that media spin out.
Thanks for clarifying. I said 10 to be conservative so Steve G. wouldn't jump all over me, but I assumed it was more than that. But don't worry according to him it's only 180 days of that a year....
What's a day job?
Slow day at the office?
I would say 10. I don't know any teacher than showed up at 8:30 on the dot and left at 3:30 on the dot. I would say most are at the school for 8-9 hours, plus marking etc at home.
That's really fucked up about the vote. And having worked in public sector before, I'm not really surprised. The processes are so incredible stupid and wasteful. I remember a co-worker getting...
I haven't experienced much French dining in Vancouver, however when I was in Bora Bora in January the French cuisine was fucking amazing.
You can't base it by "days worked" when one job is more hours than a standard work day, that's my point.
Using your logic someone with a regular schedule, 40hrs a week x 50 weeks (250 days, 2000...
The year they abolished the HST? :coffee
It's not a 9-5 gig.
5 days a week x 50 weeks a year (2 weeks vacation, the minimum) - 10 stat holidays = 240 days.
Police officers and paramedics don't work 240 days a year (5 days a week)...
We? You haven't been paying tax in BC for years until recently.
I sense a flaw with your suggestion.