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  1. Planetek7
    12-02-2011 07:00 AM - permalink
    Planetek7
    Sorry Mike, another question. I assume you work in one of the hangars. What kind of work schedule do they have? Is it 5-8hr or 4-10hr shifts? Thanks


    Eric
  2. Planetek7
    12-02-2011 02:33 AM - permalink
    Planetek7
    Thanks Mike. Yeah, like you said, I will have to see what they say. Wow, sounds like your seniority is good with AA. Your sons friend is lucky that he already lives there and doesn't have to worry about relocation, or so it sounds like. I've always had to move and I'm pretty burned out on it, but that's aviation sometimes. I may fly in a day early just to look around a little. Thanks again.

    Eric
  3. Planetek7
    12-01-2011 03:18 AM - permalink
    Planetek7
    Mike. While I was researching Tulsa, I noticed on a previous old post that you work for AA in Tulsa. I have an interview there next week and wondered what your thoughts might be about making the move if it's even offered. Are they hiring due to retirements or just general workloads. Any info would be much appreciated as I have mixed emotions I guess. Also, I would have to get an apartment to start with. I would prefer a nicer quiet type area if you could maybe recommend any areas.

    Thanks,
    Eric
  4. Rackster
    03-20-2011 10:15 PM - permalink
    Rackster
    Mike - I took a look at the link to the T-bird - reminded me of my best-man's grandfathers '69. It was the same color and he drove that car into his 80s. I'm not sure where it went after he passed, but he kept his nice like yours. I didn't realise that you had the suicide doors, but that's a cool touch. My brother's '70 had the alligator landua roof too and the ridged trunk. I recall the vacuum windshield wipers that worked poorly; it was the reason he stopped driving it. But the engine looks exactly the same. Fun car with lots of get up and go. Thanks for the link as I enjoyed the flashbacks to a fun car in a fun time. Kevin
  5. BigF350
    07-20-2009 01:04 PM - permalink
    BigF350
    Hey Mike - it happens occasionally.
    I approved it.
  6. circllb
    02-19-2009 10:14 PM - permalink
    circllb
    I just wanted to say Thanks for the input. On this 87 Ford Truck, Took it to the shop and It was the computer. Thanks again.

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  • About MikeB 88
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    Ranger
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    2000
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    150,000 - 199,999
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    1969 ForDor Thunderbird
    2006 Dodge Charger (wifes car)
    2000 Ranger Regular cab
    2.5L with A/C backed up by the 5 speed manual, 2WD.
    170,000+ on the clock.

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