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Old 31-12-2016, 09:32 PM
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Rural Area small nonferrous metal collecter!
Then I sell it to buy special Metals to build Live Steam Model Ships and Train Locomotives, to sell all over the World at maybe two per Year!

Last trip I was offered a 40 ton Load of Batteries, collected over twelve Years at
a Mine from about 400 Miles North of Perth in my "1Ton Nissan Ute", are well,
at least I can still dream!

I might get myself a Little Dog to talk to as I travel, I'm getting sick of having
arguments with the Sheila on my "Garmin Navigator System", she always has
Her say, then we get lost and argue!

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Old 31-12-2016, 09:47 PM
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well your going to find i big drop in pay for the 1 st year chippy wage. i better not tell how much they give per hour, not good.
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so what does everyone do for a job?
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Old 31-12-2016, 09:48 PM
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That's exactly right!
At 17.50 an hour
let's just say I picked the right boss ;) that won't be an issue for me


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Old 31-12-2016, 10:40 PM
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Good on you Mike doing something you enjoy I wish you all the best with your career change.
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That's exactly right!
At 17.50 an hour
let's just say I picked the right boss ;) that won't be an issue for me


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well the wage has risen somewhat , last time i heard it was approx $7.60 per hour for a first year apprentice chippy. hope you have plenty of hats and sunscrean. don,t worry i am in the building game 40 years now and still going.
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well the wage has risen somewhat , last time i heard it was approx $7.60 per hour for a first year apprentice chippy. hope you have plenty of hats and sunscrean. don,t worry i am in the building game 40 years now and still going.


I should add I'm a mature age too haha
Yea the boss is paying well above minimum for me :)


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