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Old Oct 29th 2007, 12:42 am
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I'm not sure if this has been posted before but i think it's worth posting again anyway.

http://www.apta.ca/webcura/files/175.pdf

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You've slightly miss quoted me on that other thread
Sorry but i cant stop giggling,because of my spelling and your miss quotes i think our combined IQ comes to 45 add BT to that and we get 55
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Originally Posted by Gremmie View Post
You've slightly miss quoted me on that other thread
Sorry but i cant stop giggling,because of my spelling and your miss quotes i think our combined IQ comes to 45 add BT to that and we get 55
i did misquote you mate but the essence of the message was there.

P.s. i have an I.Q. of 154
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Originally Posted by andy_sheila View Post
i did misquote you mate but the essence of the message was there.

P.s. i have an I.Q. of 154
most of my spelling mistakes are misquotes too

p.s. i tested my IQ but in german... 132
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In YHO

Where is the best place in NB to live??

with the best paying companies.

Donnelys Farms ???
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Originally Posted by DAVIE_MAC View Post
In YHO

Where is the best place in NB to live??

with the best paying companies.

Donnelys Farms ???
I would stay away from the South East corner but everywhere else seems nice. Donnelly Farms are a good Co. to work for but Day & Ross pay better, Midland are also ok. Ayr Motor pay is poor but they are ok to work for and i don't know how much they pay but Brookville are also good.
Myself, i would go with Day & Ross or Donnelly Farms.
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Andy,
I don't want to scare you but what do you know about:
www.dbrownstransport.com
running reefers out of Cambrigde NS?
Looks OK on the website and it seems as if they don't go for the "heavy duty" type long haul,maybe they are too small a company and operate "dead mens shoes?"
Also had a good look at Easson transports website but it says 12/14 days away,would they be more "flexible" in the time away they expect from you?
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Andy,
I don't want to scare you but what do you know about:
www.dbrownstransport.com
running reefers out of Cambrigde NS?
Looks OK on the website and it seems as if they don't go for the "heavy duty" type long haul,maybe they are too small a company and operate "dead mens shoes?"
Also had a good look at Easson transports website but it says 12/14 days away,would they be more "flexible" in the time away they expect from you?
David Browns is a very good company to work for according to there drivers but as you pointed out, they don't go very far (ON, NFL,PEI,PQ and of course NS) believe it or not, i like being out and doing long distances so they are not for me (never say never though)
I know Eassons quite well and i am sure they are flexible and wouldn't insist on 12/14 days out, i know a few of there drivers who are home after 6/7/8 days out. I would go with eassons if i hadn't burnt my bridges there by turning them down for internship when i was at college (long story but basically they didn't have a trainer ready for 2 weeks after college finished)

HTH

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Andy, please don't tell anyone, bit I've found myself wanting Leeds United to do well this year and, although I could be wrong, I think this is still a capital offence in my home town of Manchester.
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Andy, please don't tell anyone, bit I've found myself wanting Leeds United to do well this year and, although I could be wrong, I think this is still a capital offence in my home town of Manchester.
Thanks Koog, we appreciate your support and we need all the help we can get. It was a bit of a setback against carlisle but it might have been a blessing in disguise, a wake up call. We bounced back against the mighty Bournemouth so back on track now.
My sister, step-dad and best friend in England are all Man U fans !!!!!!! 2 i had no choice to be involved with but i stayed friends with my best mate despite his obvious afflictions.

Thanks again mate..............Marching on together.....
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