H&R Interviews........

Old Nov 9th 2007, 7:19 pm
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Anyway guys just joined this forum im going to h&r in feb so im a virgin on here so break me in gently
stay away from BT and Gremmie they bite
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Old Nov 9th 2007, 7:40 pm
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Pleased to meet ya, have you any experiance with H&R, are you looking forward to the interview, what sort of questions are you going to ask them when you get there??
had interview 6 months ago lmo papers are all done ive emailed mr foder and to be honest no problems its not going to be a holiday i know that but ive asked so many questions and seem to get straight replys ,so the only way to find out is to do for yourself,at the end of the day everyones different long as i know it aint gonna be easy but work hard and get ya rewards thats what i say.
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Old Nov 9th 2007, 7:43 pm
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Oh yes first question when i get there "can i have a holiday request form"
just kidding:
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Oh yes first question when i get there "can i have a holiday request form"
just kidding:
I LIKE YOUR STYLE.....
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I LIKE YOUR STYLE.....
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yes i read it every day and i am intouch with lyndon keeps me right on a few things.
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stay away from BT and Gremmie they bite
My bark is far worse than my bite!!!
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My bark is far worse than my bite!!!
hmmm pete told me to stay away from you and im not allowed to speak to
strangers,but bugger that im not scared.Nice to meet you
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come on speedymac how did you gey on in northampton?????
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so can any one tell me what radios are the best for across the pond
,sirus or what and what stations can ya get on them and do you have to subscribe
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Sirius has a website that lists all their channels and other info.

www.sirius.com
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so can any one tell me what radios are the best for across the pond
,sirus or what and what stations can ya get on them and do you have to subscribe
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I had it so I could listen to live football from the old country mate (125-126). There's also a pretty good show called 'world soccer daily', which is on 10am-12 noon Pacific time.
Blue collar comedy (jeff foxworthy, Larry the cable guy etc) is pretty good (channels 103-105) but does get repeated.
BBC world news (141), 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, (5-8), lots of oldie stuff (for gremmie ) radio 1 (11?) rock, pop, country, playboy, weather (184-185), travel for big US cities, disney, NFL, NBA, NHL, NASCAR, SPL ..... anyway, pretty good.
$12.95US a month (I think), billed to a credit card, and you need a US address to register (or at least you did when I registered in Aug/Sept 06 (I just used our LA terminals address)).
The actual receiver/transmitter cost me $100US back then, but you can get cheaper/more expensive versions.

you can pick up an XM radio for about $30 now (Petro truck stops) and register it to your Canadian address. For decent reception you need at least a "mushroom antenna"
Sirius is better (IMO) but more expensive to buy, mine is built into my head unit and i never have to retune, i have never lost a signal wherever iv'e been, just for a second or two when i go under a bridge or tunnel and it doesn't like metal bridges.
The music and comedy channels do get very repetitive in regards that they will play the same song by the same artist 3 times a day, there is a collection of artists they favour as well.
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I had it so I could listen to live football from the old country mate (125-126). There's also a pretty good show called 'world soccer daily', which is on 10am-12 noon Pacific time.
Blue collar comedy (jeff foxworthy, Larry the cable guy etc) is pretty good (channels 103-105) but does get repeated.
BBC world news (141), 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, (5-8), lots of oldie stuff (for gremmie ) radio 1 (11?) rock, pop, country, playboy, weather (184-185), travel for big US cities, disney, NFL, NBA, NHL, NASCAR, SPL ..... anyway, pretty good.
$12.95US a month (I think), billed to a credit card, and you need a US address to register (or at least you did when I registered in Aug/Sept 06 (I just used our LA terminals address)).
The actual receiver/transmitter cost me $100US back then, but you can get cheaper/more expensive versions.

you can pick up an XM radio for about $30 now (Petro truck stops) and register it to your Canadian address. For decent reception you need at least a "mushroom antenna"
Sirius is better (IMO) but more expensive to buy, mine is built into my head unit and i never have to retune, i have never lost a signal wherever iv'e been, just for a second or two when i go under a bridge or tunnel and it doesn't like metal bridges.
The music and comedy channels do get very repetitive in regards that they will play the same song by the same artist 3 times a day, there is a collection of artists they favour as well.
All in all, it's worth the money.
cheers
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had interview 6 months ago lmo papers are all done ive emailed mr foder and to be honest no problems its not going to be a holiday i know that but ive asked so many questions and seem to get straight replys ,so the only way to find out is to do for yourself,at the end of the day everyones different long as i know it aint gonna be easy but work hard and get ya rewards thats what i say.
So when are you going over there?
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Old Nov 10th 2007, 7:34 pm
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So when are you going over there?
going over end of feb then family following in july
cant come quick enough
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Old Nov 10th 2007, 7:45 pm
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Originally Posted by johnny.rayner View Post
going over end of feb then family following in july
cant come quick enough
Good luck !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'd really be interested in how your training goes and the first few months so keep in touch!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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