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gbearbuck

Herbie for President
I cut a few of the neighbors lawns for a few summers... if you mean a real job with a real boss... then it would have been in the 7th grade as a busser @ MCL cafeteria. The place was a halfway job for folks that just got out of prison and had to have a job and probation for a few years. I think the state paid half their wages and MCL picked up the other half. Needless to say the managers were a-holes and would threaten reporting a "bad incident" to keep the prison guys as slave labor... they really did take advantage of those folks. Before I had even learned what "weed" was, I was told to always light a bowl with a match or gas lighter... never with a zippo... there were guys that would go to the bathroom smoke crack, then come back on the job. Great job for a 13 year old kid who lived a sheltered life :wink2:

The stories from that crowd would make you shake your head... let's just say the guys from prison prob. shouldn't have been released. I feel sorry for the coffee girls... imagine a guy missing a bunch of teeth, who hadn't seen a lady in years, working with these ladis forced towear shirts that cut off above the knees...
 
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Thump

Hating the environment since 1994
  • KentStateBuck said:
    When was 11 I mowed the lawn for a local church cemetary, 35 bucks a pop. $35 bought a whole lot of GI Joes and Transformer toys.


    You might find it hard to believe but the Amish tend to be loaded.
    Hell yeah they are!! My uncle lives next door to a family.

    Think about it, no car payments, no farm machinery to pay for, no electric bill, phone bill, or cable bill.
     
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    exhawg

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    Thump said:
    Hell yeah they are!! My uncle lives next door to a family.

    Think about it, no car payments, no farm machinery to pay for, no electric bill, phone bill, or cable bill.
    No income tax. We have Amish all over where I'm from too. You ever see them selling baskets and crap on the side of the road? They are freaking loaded.
     
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    BrutuStrength

    It's time to bring it!
    exhawg said:
    Are you all trying to track me down or something? Who put the hit on me donny? :p
    Just curious, I graduated from Ashland University and my wife and I used to drive to Mansfield for our big dates... you know, like going to Red Lobster, Applebees, or the movies. Heck, we had to go to the Super KMart for beer after 10 pm.

    I always laughed at the big "horse and buggy" parking area at the Walmart. We shopped there for almost everything (except beer after 10 pm.) I also used to laugh when driving to Walmart during the fall/winter and seeing large piles of steaming horse dung in the middle of the road. I thought that most of the Amish lived north of Ashland though.
     
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    exhawg

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    RugbyBuck said:
    Ok, I believe you, I guess, but what's the revenue stream? Are they pimping out the Amish lasses/laddies?
    Actually they do send the young Amish girls up and down the road trying to get some action. I got my first bj from an amish girl for $10. j/k
    It's funny seeing them selling baskets on the corner. They actually buy the baskets from China, but women will pay extra just because the Amish are selling them. They have one halfway made basket that they pretend to work on all day. People think just because the Amish sell something it must be good.
    You know you're rural when Wal-Mart has spots for the Amish to tie up their horses.
     
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  • tiltmode3 said:
    Bob Evans bus boy....15 years old. I had to wear that black string neck tie and push that sloppy, syrupy cart around the f-ing restaraunt. The worst f-ing job ever. I'd rather steal than do that again.
    Hey man, First off WELCOME! Second, you're allowed to say FUCK here. It's allowed.

    This isn't that Auschwitz, err.. I mean Bucknuts!!
     
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