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My new 6.7 is burning oil !!! Very disappointed.

 
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Old 08-06-2008, 11:58 PM
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Not too offended, I just don't like being lied to. I was at work anyway when surfing the forum
What the heck is it about us- we all obviously work, but yet we have all day to play on FTE.

Sometimes i have to close 5 or 10 FTE windows before I can get to my order window!
 
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Well, in my defense I'm still in school, although I do get paid for it
 
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Well, in my defense I'm still in school, although I do get paid for it

how did you manage that>?
 
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Note; Parkland is on record as to have complained about his 6.7 first.
 
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Old 08-07-2008, 11:29 AM
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I'm in grad school with a research assistantship.

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how did you manage that>?
 
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Old 08-07-2008, 01:25 PM
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Ag student?
 
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electrical engineering
 
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Cool, i sell and install solar and wind power systems, although that doesnt require a degree in electrical engineering I still find it fascinating.
 
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Well you should make a trip up here Parkland! I would love to get solar and wind power to power my farm up here. That would be the end of bills per month, at least after I had it all paid off haha.
 
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I went through grad school on an assistantship in ag many years ago. People still look at me oddly when I tell them I was paid to attend grad school for 5 years (MS, PhD). The pay was meager but the tuition waiver was priceless.
 
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I'm starting year 4 of grad school this fall, did a MS first and now on to a PhD. I do wish I had skipped the MS though because if I had I would be done by now.

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I went through grad school on an assistantship in ag many years ago. People still look at me oddly when I tell them I was paid to attend grad school for 5 years (MS, PhD). The pay was meager but the tuition waiver was priceless.
 
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I went through grad school on an assistantship in ag many years ago. People still look at me oddly when I tell them I was paid to attend grad school for 5 years (MS, PhD). The pay was meager but the tuition waiver was priceless.

Kind of nice being able to graduate without all of the student loans. I did the same thing just a few years ago. GF just graduated 6months ago and got a good job life is getting better by the minute....
 
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The red coolant was a dead give-a-way...
 
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that was funny parkland man even i was going what the heck until i got to the second page!
 
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There are 6.7 on the road I would guess. The 6.4 was in use at Syncrude for 2 years before it was released. Schlumberger had test mules too.
 

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