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    Done all sorts over the years, toolmaker originally, the rest in no particular order, Dispatch rider, Gardener, Bin man, grave digger, building worker, shop worker, bar worker on a nudist beach, filming wedding video's, part time extra, student (not sure that counts), draft proofing fitter, boat operator, dish washer, contract cleaner, car mechanic, probably others that I can't think of at this time and these days I am an Archaeologist, for 20 yrs now. And some others best not mentioned on a public forum.
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    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    As long as Viagra is around Ron Jeremy will never retire....an inspiration to us all
    He certainly is an inspiration to aging, short, overweight guys around the world: Yes, you can.

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    Come to think of it, that would be a good euphemism for porn actor.

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    Big Ned, have you not seen his films, with the emphasis on BIG!
    Of course, back then, Ned worked under his earlier pseudonym Hugh Jorgan.

    Alright, enough silly adult humor. I'll find myself a corner and be ashamed for a while now.

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    Quote by Jerry B View Post
    Done all sorts over the years, toolmaker originally, the rest in no particular order, Dispatch rider, Gardener, Bin man, grave digger, building worker, shop worker, bar worker on a nudist beach, filming wedding video's, part time extra, student (not sure that counts), draft proofing fitter, boat operator, dish washer, contract cleaner, car mechanic, probably others that I can't think of at this time and these days I am an Archaeologist, for 20 yrs now. And some others best not mentioned on a public forum.
    Jerry I need a pint with you.. I thought my stories would be good.. But yours will put them to shame!!! Cheers Terry.

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    US Army

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    I work as a estate agent mainly the finance part.
    Im looking for an a case to an 1936 olympics medal and a case to entry to austria medal. pm me If you have any spare.

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    Quote by Jerry B View Post
    Done all sorts over the years, toolmaker originally, the rest in no particular order, Dispatch rider, Gardener, Bin man, grave digger, building worker, shop worker, bar worker on a nudist beach, filming wedding video's, part time extra, student (not sure that counts), draft proofing fitter, boat operator, dish washer, contract cleaner, car mechanic, probably others that I can't think of at this time and these days I am an Archaeologist, for 20 yrs now. And some others best not mentioned on a public forum.
    Ah the joys of dispatch riding!... i worked for Pony Express in Liverpool for a while in the mid 80s, i got offered a job delivering a bunch of keys to Aberdeen which the rest of the riders turned down due to it being January. I just jumped on the bike parked it at Liverpool airport and got on a flight to Aberdeen, still made about 100 on the deal too!...
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    Quote by Gunny Hartmann View Post
    Ah the joys of dispatch riding!... i worked for Pony Express in Liverpool for a while in the mid 80s, i got offered a job delivering a bunch of keys to Aberdeen which the rest of the riders turned down due to it being January. I just jumped on the bike parked at Liverpool airport and got on a flight to Aberdeen, still made about 100 on the deal too!...
    I'm not sure joys come into it mate, jeez when I stopped I just parked the bike outside the house and left it there for over a year. I worked for two Cardiff based companies, Wings and then Cycle Dispatch. Got a 10 tip on my first job, almost got killed god knows how many times, most of those I worked with either died or got mashed up quite badly, yeah I remember the joys of it only too well.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Quote by Jerry B View Post
    I'm not sure joys come into it mate, jeez when I stopped I just parked the bike outside the house and left it there for over a year. I worked for two Cardiff based companies, Wings and then Cycle Dispatch. Got a 10 tip on my first job, almost got killed god knows how many times, most of those I worked with either died or got mashed up quite badly, yeah I remember the joys of it only too well.
    I remember coming back to Warrington on from Hull on the M62, doing a steady 90-95 in the fast lane when a car in the middle lane (Morris Marina) swerved towards me, i ripped his front bumper clean off and got into the mother of all tankslappers but i managed to stay on. Ah yes the joys of dispatch riding !...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    Quote by Gunny Hartmann View Post
    I remember coming back to Warrington on from Hull on the M62, doing a steady 90-95 in the fast lane when a car in the middle lane (Morris Marina) swerved towards me, i ripped his front bumper clean off and got into the mother of all tankslappers but i managed to stay on. Ah yes the joys of dispatch riding !...
    Makes me shudder just thinking about it. I got blown off the road on a bend once straight into someones drive and another time a similar incident to yours, I was doing about 90 heading toward the Newport tunnels on the M4 when some arse in a sportscar pulled onto the motorway from the on ramp and put his foot down whilst crossing into the fast lane, I had to jump on the brakes as I was heading toward his backend and had nowhere else to go as the tunnel mouth was looming and I was tight against the central barrier. I could see his car getting closer as I am jumping on the brakes and as my speed reduced enough and his speed increased enough that I missed him by mm's. I had to pull over and have a smoke, phew, it really shook me up, so much so that after the drop off in the dark at a stately home I rode across the lawn in the dark, thankfully no complaints. It did take the fun out of biking!
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Living in the Caribbean. Doing nothing constructive, official i only enjoying the beautiful nature every single day.

    God has indeed created alot of beautiful women, Its a miracle i have not gone blind by staring so much at the beautiful curves over the years!
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