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John Frieh

Index Favor June 30th

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I'm guessing my chances are low as this is the Friday before a 4 day weekend but...

 

If you are interested and available some time June 30th to help me carry some stuff shoot me a pm.

 

bigdrink.gif and cash for those available.

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So why do you need a burro again? btw, hiking up Mt. Index is probably not the best for a first date. Are you really going hiking with a girl you haven't even met before other than online???? You are so into extreme sports! wink.gif

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I was talking about old PMs from back when Pandora posted as girlclimber but now that I stop and think what I have in my inbox that is the least of my worries blush.gifyellaf.gif

 

What are you doing Friday turd? wazzup.gif

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First I would like to point out that it is rude to call someone turd. you should really be nicer to people John!

 

Hmmm...that Friday? Unfortunately, I'm probably going to be sitting in front of a computer and on the phone all day. Good times.

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This isn't Cafe' Sensitivioso turd. And don't think you can move my thread either moon.gif

 

"work from home" on Friday... that is what I'm doing yellaf.gifhahaha.gif

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John, you seem to be suffering from an attitude problem. I'm just trying to warn you that you may find it hard to get help if you go around calling everyone a "turd". and you still need to describe the objective. i don't think your project will be successful unless you gather requirements, document everything to CYA, herd the cats, and ensure there is not scope creep.

 

i need a new job in the climbing industry (one that pays very well, of course). i wish my biggest projects right now where ones involving rock or mountains. woe is me.

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