Also, just a suggestion here. You you may want to periodically withdrawal the funds from PayPal in case they decide to temporarily lock your account. With the influx of sudden transactions and with the subject of the forum (PP is very left leaning), PayPal May decide to give you a headache.
You may be doing that already, but figured I’d still give the advice.
This is horrible. I am not in a position this weekend to read through all the posts. However, I live in the eastern part of Louisville, KY. I am about an hour away. If I can help I would be glad to facilitate anything that I could (delivering stuff, checking in, whatever is needed). I feel pretty bad about having a member in need that is so close and I have not done anything.
Just let me know what I can do to help.
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Originally posted by kz1000: My CC was hacked this week. As soon as it arrives I'll add it to my PP & send some $$. David, If you every want to go shooting, I belong to a great club. I live in eastern Cincinnati.
Hello and I would enjoy that. I've only seen the indoor range at Target World. Thank you for the invite.
Originally posted by bigpond73: I went to sleep last night, pondering some things, and awoke to some more questions. Just trying to think of some logistics here.
First of all, we need to figure out what David wants to do. He has expressed his desire to stay in KY, and his desire to work in some sort of CNC field. He has an offer from ES Dunbar for a job, however it is not in KY. Tubetone, in the other thread, mentioned what would seem like a perfect job at Sig Sauer, but that is in NH, perhaps too far away for David. We just need to know what David wants. Either way, staying in KY at the flea market, or making a move, is up to him, and I believe we all would support him whatever his decision may be.
This brings up my second concern, related to the first, a vehicle. If David stays in KY, something more homey like, I think, would be best. A full size van, a class C cabover motorhome, a truck with a bed camper or tow behind camper may all be good viable options. If David decides he wants one of the jobs listed previously, out of state, maybe the money will be better spent on a reliable to and from work vehicle, and a studio apartment. Another option is, if he took one of the jobs, and had a camper or motorhome, to park it at a trailer park. Also, think of registration and insurance to keep you legal, and what that will run you for your selected vehicle.
We also need to know what size shoes, pants, jackets etc. that you wear, so some members can send you some clothes.
What else do you need, David? If something specific, let us know. Hopefully you won't be sleeping in the cramped drivers seat of your Chrysler much longer. Let's get you on the path to having a roof over your head, a solid income, and a reliable vehicle. Hang in there bud, help's on the way.
Hello, I honestly will remain in Kentucky. I may not stay in this northern section as there is more nice areas to live and work. Its high time I venture into something as steady employment but, no longer hold out to work in machining. I dont like logistics work as there is a abundance of it here. Georgetown has Toyota, a company down in Winchester was interested in me, other areas like Frankfort and Lexington or Bowling Green. I will return to work here.
Originally posted by Turning_gal: David, can’t help but think how sleeping in a car during the winter is uncomfortable to say the least. Even with all the supplies you are getting from the forum. We have a guest appartment ready for you to stay in with a king size bed, shower, TV, internet, fridge, seperate entrance, etc. We live in the mountains Murphy, NC and can pick you up. Get rest, get your situation figured out. Free. I personally do not have many posts but I live with Sig member Jim Smith (sig229-SAS) and we both welcome you!
That is a gracious offer but I will stay in Kentucky.