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Old 03-05-2013, 06:21 PM   #81
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... Now work in the oil patch as a pumper. (Check oil and gas wells daily)
You ever had Halle Berry show up to offer you a special job opportunity?

I loved that movie.
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Any kind of "special job" Halle Berry wants to offer would be fine by me.
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Old 03-05-2013, 06:57 PM   #83
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I just work a table buser at Texas Roadhouse I usually rake in $150-$200 each week.
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Quoted from a hot plate holder I knew as a child:

It's not my job to run the train,
The whistle I don' blow.
It's not my place to say how far the trains allowed to go.
It's not my job to toot the horn,
Nor even clang the bell...
But let the damn thing jump the track and see who catches Hell!

Yes, I am in banking operations.
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I just work a table buser at Texas Roadhouse I usually rake in $150-$200 each week.
So, let me get this straight, you work at a Texas themed restaurant in an Ohio city named for colonial era city in Pennsylvania? Have you ever been to Texas?

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So, let me get this straight, you work at a Texas themed restaurant in an Ohio city named for colonial era city in Pennsylvania? Have you ever been to Texas?

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Nope never been there.
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Nope never been there.
Do you at least have a cowboy hat for work?
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Do you at least have a cowboy hat for work?
Nope don't wear one.
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Nope don't wear one.
Have you ever considered going to work as Hopalong Cassidy, Yosemite Sam, Sam Houston, or a generic cowboy, 'cause i think you should do that if you are working in a restaurant with Texas in the name that is geographically remote from Texas and the majority of cowboy hats in the country, particularly when this restaurant is located in a city named for a famous colonial era city in a nearby state. Perhaps as John Travolta's character in Urban Cowboy?

I am just giving you shat by the way.


edit* Would you get fired for wearing an appropriately orange-tipped, chrome-look, plastic replica of a Colt SAA in a tooled leather belt with cartridge loops? That might help tips in your section.
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