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What do you do for a living - and can you help a BM member out ??

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What do you do for a living - and can you help a BM member out ??

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Every now and then from time to time we all post on here with various problems with our sacred machines, whether its engine issues, luggage, security, so I thought if we let everyone know what we do for a living, without trying to advertise our businesses - no company names please , maybe we can help each other and members know exactly who to message or ask

Lets keep this going
ONLY SENSIBLE ANSWERS PLEASE OR I WILL GET EM REMOVED !!

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Matt @ 24/01/2011 18:07  

I could help lots of people, but rarely do my 'clients' take my advice. Nature of the beast i suppose........

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darkcarnival @ 24/01/2011 18:19  

IT certified,, CLAIT 1 and microsoft programmes. also interior artist.

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Boodyblues @ 24/01/2011 19:08  

ex bank manager 26 years so financial advice = now horse massage therapist with a degree in vet science = so if dog or cat looks ill, try me ??

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kazninja @ 24/01/2011 20:31  

Well, I can do cards and certificates, or engraved gifts/ awards/ memorials (on glass or mirrors).

I probably can offer other help, but not sure.

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gatvol @ 24/01/2011 21:04  

I might need your advice on both fronts shortly Kaz lol

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darkcarnival @ 24/01/2011 21:11  

foreign currency, so if you need any advice on your money while abroad, ATM chargers etc give me a pm. Also a good listener, if ever you need to chat

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Elliemay @ 24/01/2011 21:12  

teeth are my speciality

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Deleted Member @ 24/01/2011 21:12  

I'm a snail farmer. I breed snails to sell to posh restuarants. Anyway, I can supply snails at cost. If you put them in a hot water bottle and hang it on your exhaust they'll be cooked by the time you get to a rally. You can impress all your friends with ready cooked snails and have a hot water bottle for your sleeping bag. Apply for quotes.

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Contradiction @ 24/01/2011 21:21  


OMG snails. you can tell I ain't posh . sorry

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Deleted Member @ 24/01/2011 21:25  

are you serious cont ?

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Deleted Member @ 24/01/2011 21:27  

never thought of snails as fast food,,lol

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Deleted Member @ 24/01/2011 21:30  

Teaching/tutoring (primary)




Cake decoration; glass mosaics;mixed media artwork etc etc as hobbies

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Alice2 @ 24/01/2011 21:31  

Been a mechanic for 30 years. Bike wise, I specialise in Harley's. My pics will give some idea of what I can get a Harley engine to do. Car wise, I specialise in diesel vehicles.

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GreasyTony @ 24/01/2011 21:35  

can we keep this thread on track guys , i think it could be really useful

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Deleted Member @ 24/01/2011 21:36  

ianhg1971 - You wouldn't believe how many suburban, BMW drivers wanna look cool in front of their fake friends eating snails. el ninja - Depends what bike you ride. Oh, I fogot to mention. You need to wrap the hot water bottle in 3 layers of tin foil so the rubber doesn't melt. Use 4 layers and they don't cook right and you're in for a world of hurt. I used Asda's own brand (tin foil not snails) so can't vouch for any of the others.

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Contradiction @ 24/01/2011 21:45  

sorry, do we get a rap on the " knuckles?". you are sooo masterful Ian with your new powers chuckle

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Deleted Member @ 24/01/2011 21:45  

nah...no powers at all, just want this to remain a serious thread for everyone

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Deleted Member @ 24/01/2011 21:51  

It's a good idea Ian, and I've already PMd someone regarding their post on here.

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Deleted Member @ 24/01/2011 21:53  

back on track, serious now . As I said , anyone wanting advice re: their teeth, pain, extractions, phobias,private,v nhs treatment, i'm ur woman. How's that Ian?. Sorry if I came across as not serious

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