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    Registered User Array Sikorsky's Avatar
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    All the different types and choices in life .... that makes the system work and I welcome the variety.*


    There are only two things I can't stand in this world. People who are intolerant of other people's choices... and Suzuki owners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikorsky View Post
    Suzuki owners.


    hilarious..

    time will tell at work, it would be nice to set things up so i can do 4 on / 4 off with 10 hour days though..

    we are still growing and with new help in our department it may be possible..
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    That's a good attitude Sikorsky. I have done a number of different things in my life re-inventing myself as I went. And it has always come from my philosophy of being happy what I'm doing. If I'm not, I change it. As long as someone is happy doing what they're doing. I say good for them.*

    But a long time ago I used to ride a gs750. .....just saying. *

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    Registered User Array Sikorsky's Avatar
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    LOL ..... my first bike was an ‘82 GS400E and I was lucky enough to have an ‘85 GSXR750 Ltd Ed for a year or so. I was paraphrasing Austin Powers dad’s line about the Dutch.

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    I have done a number of different things in my life re-inventing myself as I went. And it has always come from my philosophy of being happy what I'm doing. If I'm not, I change it. As long as someone is happy doing what they're doing. I say good for them.*
    I’ve wrenched on fixed wing, pulled lumber on a green chain, worked the file room, drove bus and truck, worked as a ramp rat, worked technical and pulping at a pulp mill, humped furniture, worked in kitchens, unloaded fish and wrenched on rotary wing before joining the Mounties a decade ago. When first married I did a lot of different things to support a young family, most of them I really enjoyed ..... nowadays my lifestyle is a lot different. I understand the reinventing thing.*
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