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What y'all do for a living
#11
No, the LFA's went down the street to the Lexus dealer.  The only exotics I saw on the lot were the customers personal cars.  My dealership is in Marin County so they were actually pretty common.  First time I got up close to a Mclaren MP4.
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#12
I'm a car detailer/pdi manager for 5 car dealerships, Toyota, Nissan, scion, Infinit and Lexus.
Still haven't seen an LFA but have driven the GTR way too many times!
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#13
wow you all sound like you have glamour jobs or had in some cases.lol Me i work as a farm hand on a mixed cattle farm. I work with about 250-300 plus head of good angus cattle and spend most of my summers in the field staring at a windshield of a tractor. the highlite to my job is the months of feb and march when i work nites during calving time. why u wonder b/c i have huge 3000 square foot shop floor to spend 8hrs a nite drifting while i keep eyes out on the cows wishing to calve.  cant beat that in most cases...haha
if ya can slide it you can drift it!!
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#14
i know that feeling turkey, i once worked overnights making sure dogs/cats were ok in a kenel.

right now i work for a big industrial electronic surplus and repair shop...

not glamourous work but i can solder with my eyes closed and the pay isnt too bad
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#15
Kidastra.. if only you were out in Seattle.. I have a few dents that need attention on my 'buru.

I work in software... it's glamorous at times... but incredibly stressful when you've got a million dollar project waiting on you to ship.
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#16
(04-03-2013, 07:19 PM)multi-bash Wrote:  Kidastra.. if only you were out in Seattle.. I have a few dents that need attention on my 'buru.

I work in software... it's glamorous at times... but incredibly stressful when you've got a million dollar project waiting on you to ship.

lol I don't do dents everything else pretty much sorry :p
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#17
(04-03-2013, 07:19 PM)multi-bash Wrote:  Kidastra.. if only you were out in Seattle.. I have a few dents that need attention on my 'buru.

I work in software... it's glamorous at times... but incredibly stressful when you've got a million dollar project waiting on you to ship.

So your the reason they pushed the release date for GTA5 back lol
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#18
lol..
The underdog drifter....
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#19
Its so funny for me to see you guys mention the lfa as an exotic (it is, dont get me wrong) but where i live, an ls400 is an absolute rarety, that goes for anything lexus..

We have the gt86 on display tho..
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#20
I run heavy equipment, mainly doing roads and sub divisions. I hear you turkey a lot of time spent behind a windshield driving. I use to subcontract siding jobs, but recently switched back to equipment. I actually started as an apprentice heavy duty equipment technician, but ended up going out in field.
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