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Old 03-12-2007, 05:11 PM   #21
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There's no such a thing as 5'2" umbrella girl.
I don't think I can hold an umbrella high enough to cover a racer on a motorcycle.

That's what high heels are for! Hmmm..... Nutmeg + umbrella girl outfit......



I have the mental image. It works!:icon_bigg

I don't think your boy toy would aprove of that!
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Old 03-12-2007, 05:23 PM   #22
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I don't want to work any marketing field but motorcycle industry.
Thought about MSF instructor or instead of selling bikes, maybe selling parts and accessories?

I dunno, just brainstorming. :icon_smil
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Old 03-12-2007, 05:26 PM   #23
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Thought about MSF instructor or instead of selling bikes, maybe selling parts and accessories?

I dunno, just brainstorming. :icon_smil
I make certain amount of money and I don't wanna make less than what I make now.
I don't think neither of those jobs can pay me as much as I make currently...


It's good.
Let's keep storming.
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Old 03-12-2007, 05:27 PM   #24
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I have the mental image. It works!:icon_bigg
You mean, me beating the out of the racer who I held the umbrella for, but couldn't make it to the podium?
That'll be an inspiration for racers to go faster, so they won't get beaten by umbrella girls.
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Old 03-12-2007, 05:49 PM   #25
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You mean, me beating the out of the racer who I held the umbrella for, but couldn't make it to the podium?
That'll be an inspiration for racers to go faster, so they won't get beaten by umbrella girls.
:laughing6
ummm something like that.

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how many credit/hours do you have so far? you can try university of phoenix and go to school one day of the night. im in my last class and finish up on april 2nd. most people here usually have profesional positions and are sometimes hiring.
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Old 03-12-2007, 06:03 PM   #27
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None.
I didn't go to school here at all.
I don't even know how I'm gonna get admitted.
I'm thinking to start from community college for cheaper class and transfer to some sort of art school after couple of years.
Either way, I need to do it full time to graduate ASAP.
Even if I do, I'll be close to 40 with a BA.
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Take out a loan and start any business that you want. If you like motorcycle, you could teach, repair, or design. Whatever it is that you want is out there for the grabbing. Only downfall to this is survivability, can you make it? Nothing is easy in this world. Easy come easy go. Everything that a person does, has a level of skills/entry.
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I wouldn't think marketing for a dealer would pay too well, but I dunno. Maybe marketing for a big shop like Cycle Gear??? You could try one of the manufacturers. You might have to move to California though. Don't all the Japanese mfg's have their HQ's in California? I guess you could move to Wisconsin and work for...well, nevermind. I have no idea, just throwin' things out there.
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You know.
One of the things I really would like to do is working at the graphic department for motorcycle magazine.
That'll be my dream come true.
Looking at motorcycles all day and that'll be my job...
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You know.
One of the things I really would like to do is working at the graphic department for motorcycle magazine.
That'll be my dream come true.
Looking at motorcycles all day and that'll be my job...
You can start off by making a design of Bi-Polar Racing beating Reddy Racing in TMGP.
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