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  Topic Started By:  WTFH    On:  Wed 1st June, 2005 at 11:48
WTFH
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#1  Work vs Play  1 Jun '05 at 11:48
So, there's interviews going on, and people wondering about what job to take, well, here's a poll for you to think about/vote on:
I post, therefore I am

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Kenzie
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#2  Re: Work vs Play  1 Jun '05 at 11:52
Foxy,
Could we have a third option:-
No job, all the time on the snow you want

Cheers.
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jacksalterego
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#4  Re: Work vs Play  1 Jun '05 at 12:03
I like Kenzies way of thinking, where everyday can be a day of fun!!!
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WTFH
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#5  Re: Work vs Play  1 Jun '05 at 12:06

Originally posted by Kenzie

Foxy,
Could we have a third option:-
No job, all the time on the snow you want

Cheers.

Well, unless RM2 wins the lottery and marries me, that's not going to happen for me for a while.

I could have put in other options, but when it comes down to it, those are really the only two that exist in the real world.
I post, therefore I am

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Kenzie
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#6  Re: Work vs Play  1 Jun '05 at 12:10
Foxy,
I asked as that is the option I will be hoping to take if I do next season. :w00t:
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jacksalterego
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#7  Re: Work vs Play  1 Jun '05 at 12:15
Kenzie, i wouldn't do it any other way!!!
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WTFH
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#8  Re: Work vs Play  1 Jun '05 at 12:21
Unfortunately, most can't do it that way, either through not having well paid jobs the rest of the time, or being able to rely on others to finance them.
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jacksalterego
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#9  Re: Work vs Play  1 Jun '05 at 12:24
Was waiting for a 'someone else to finance them' comment and i can assure you that is not the case!

More along the lines of working 24-7 teh rest of the year and tehn doing the season within ones means!
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WTFH
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#10  Re: Work vs Play  1 Jun '05 at 12:38
Jack, that's why I made the other comment - about people who are well paid the rest of the year, and thus can afford it.

But, working on the principle that this is a website mainly for people looking to work seasons, then I think the poll is valid as it stands.

Equally speaking, you have answered the poll - you have a tough job through the year, and that gives you more time on the snow!
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highvelocitypenguin
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#11  Re: Work vs Play  1 Jun '05 at 23:17
Work?






Stu.
“Wisdom comes with winters.”
“Anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination.” - Oscar Wilde
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mista
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#12  Re: Work vs Play  1 Jun '05 at 23:23
The answer is to have a difficult job that you dont take seriously
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mista
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#14  Re: Work vs Play  2 Jun '05 at 08:30
I like recipies mmmmmmmmm
I'm a chef
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moj
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#15  Re: Work vs Play  12 Jun '05 at 15:57

Originally posted by

I'm a chef

probably one of the only jobs where it helps to be drunk

Originally posted by toiletduck

Alright, I'd like to say that all eople with 3 letter forum names beginning with M, who've been heli skiing in NZ are twats with the social skills of a dead horse and should probably be banned from the internet in general, as well as sharp objects.
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mista
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#16  Re: Work vs Play  12 Jun '05 at 17:18

Originally posted by moj

Originally posted by

I'm a chef

probably one of the only jobs where it helps to be drunk

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bored surfin
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#17  Re: Work vs Play  12 Jun '05 at 17:34
errr No!
Think about it. Sharp knifes, heat, flames, food poisoning = £20,000 fine and or 12 months inside. Pressure stress deadlines teamwork sweat etc etc etc

Definitely not a job to be carried out whilst drunk
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