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Old 11-20-2005, 10:04 AM   #1
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looking for race season only side job

as the title says.........looking for side job only for when the race season is in. i work from 6:30a.m. to 5:00 p.m. mon-fri. off sat sunday. anyone have any ideas. I'll shovel ditches or whatever (done it before) just want t obe able to race the full season and get this 636 ready to race. I'm thinking starting something around mid december.
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as the title says.........looking for side job only for when the race season is in. i work from 6:30a.m. to 5:00 p.m. mon-fri. off sat sunday. anyone have any ideas. I'll shovel ditches or whatever (done it before) just want t obe able to race the full season and get this 636 ready to race. I'm thinking starting something around mid december.
try warner cable... level 1 tech support...

but you may have to take different shift... :eh:
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Old 11-20-2005, 10:52 AM   #3
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try warner cable... level 1 tech support...

but you may have to take different shift... :eh:
given my background it will definately be a blue collar job.
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Old 11-20-2005, 11:25 AM   #4
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Old 11-20-2005, 11:46 AM   #5
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Charles,
Starbucks is usually hiring, they may be able to work out shift times with you.
Lawn service on a few yards you could do on the weekend or in the evening (I've got some lawn equipment I could sell you if you need it)
Some car wash places you might be able to pick up Saturday work.
Have you checked with the RR to see if they have OT available?
Pizza delivery.
Restaraunt work, from waiter to dishwasher although they typically want you to start earlier than 5:00 p.m.
Night cleaning of offices, if you can't get on with anyone you could possibly start your own gig doing that.
Paper route, although I know you used to do that. I'm not sure if you could get done early enough to get to work on time.

That's all I can think of right now, been awhile since I've worked 2 jobs, the one I have now is like working 2. (not that I mind)


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Charles,
Starbucks is usually hiring, they may be able to work out shift times with you.
Lawn service on a few yards you could do on the weekend or in the evening (I've got some lawn equipment I could sell you if you need it)
Some car wash places you might be able to pick up Saturday work.
Have you checked with the RR to see if they have OT available?
Pizza delivery.
Restaraunt work, from waiter to dishwasher although they typically want you to start earlier than 5:00 p.m.
Night cleaning of offices, if you can't get on with anyone you could possibly start your own gig doing that.
Paper route, although I know you used to do that. I'm not sure if you could get done early enough to get to work on time.

That's all I can think of right now, been awhile since I've worked 2 jobs, the one I have now is like working 2. (not that I mind)


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sure thought about going to do the papers again. Provided i get m self a raggidy car to do it in as my gt will not do and my wife would be if i do it in her exp. thoguht about getting my self a real crappy car and use that. i'm getting 50 hours a week now at the RR. and i'm taking anything else they give me including derails and . i guess i'm saying i need some GUaranteed extra money you know.
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Old 11-20-2005, 12:23 PM   #9
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the principal of humble high school retired and now owns a kwik kar lube place. i think i'll go check and see if he needs a mechanic on sat and sun.
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If you have a reliable vehicle pizza delivery can make you some good cash with felxible hours. The tips are usually cash in hand.
and i might see some nekkid housewives in the process and play out pizza delivery boy dreams.
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and i might see some nekkid housewives in the process and play out pizza delivery boy dreams.
That would be a nice tip.
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If you have a reliable vehicle pizza delivery can make you some good cash with felxible hours. The tips are usually cash in hand.
eh...I used to do that and it was ok. The only problem now is that gas is expensive and the stop and go (so on and so forth) really take a toll on the car and the pocket after a while
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