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Old 12-07-2007, 08:10 PM   #1
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After 25-27 years of being involved with IR, and sending a number of employees to IR certification classes I decided to get certified. I seldom do IR but I do review all the reports and felt it would be beneficial. I went with a new employee for Level I certification.

BUT I have a question for any of our New Jersey members, Why can't I make a left turn in NJ and why can't I pump my own gas. The non self service pumping adds time to every fill up, On the NJ turnpike I spent 15 minutes in line only had one guy working for several lanes.
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Old 12-07-2007, 08:16 PM   #2
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BUT I have a question for any of our New Jersey members, Why can't I make a left turn in NJ and why can't I pump my own gas. The non self service pumping adds time to every fill up
Hows the food in New Jersey?
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At the training center they over fed us. And the local food especially the Italian was more than excellent.

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espically th Italiuan
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Tired after the trip?
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Electrician, Certified themographer never a typist.
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i drove throught NJ 2 weeks ago. don't buy food on the turnpike, $18 for 2 burgers, soda and fries.
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