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Posts: 45 | Location: Tennessee | Registered: October 27, 2000Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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David needs help, you got it bud. We don't have much , but will get ahold of 6guns to send what we can.

Hang in there David, SIGforum has got you covered.


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Which items make you comfortable if you've slept in your car?

A good mattress pad, if you have the room, such as in a van. What else? What items make you feel more at home?


My thoughts too. I think clean safe heat, light and privacy.



I'm sorry, I'm thinking about the cats again...
 
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For real?
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I’ll send some pp to 6guns’ profile email.



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http://sigforum.com/eve/forums...840027154#7840027154

I am asking the members of this forum to help David. This is a ten year, 15000 post member and I believe his story is the truth. I had no idea that we have a forum member who is living in an old car.

Some time ago, I began refusing almost all crowdfunding requests in this forum, because it had gotten out of hand. There have been exceptions, and this will be another. That post was hard to read and I imagine others here will feel the same.

Let's step up and help this man. Those of you who have emailed me about this matter- you have a green light to do your best.

Let's go, SIGforum. Let's go.
For heavan sakes. I have some reading to do. Thank you Para.
 
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OK, I’m in


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David, if you need a job and don’t mind coming up to Toledo, I’ll put you to work and a check in your hand every Friday.

I need a guy in our fabrication shop to help out handling material and tidying up. The guy who does it now is swamped as we’ve grown and he needs help. If you’re not fork truck certified, we’ll train you trained up and show you the ropes. It’s a solid long term job. If by any chance you know auto cad, need a guy there too.

Let me know if you’re interested. PS, I hope the work “f@ck” doesn’t offend you, because that’s our favorite word around here.


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David, if you need a job and don’t mind coming up to Toledo, I’ll put you to work and a check in your hand every Friday.

I need a guy in our fabrication shop to help out handling material and tidying up. The guy who does it now is swamped as we’ve grown and he needs help. If you’re not fork truck certified, we’ll train you trained up and show you the ropes. It’s a solid long term job. If by any chance you know auto cad, need a guy there too.

Let me know if you’re interested. PS, I hope the work “f@ck” doesn’t offend you, because that’s our favorite word around here.
That is fantastic!



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Whatever I can do, I'm in. I will follow so I know where to send funds.


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Posts: 3294 | Location: 1,960' up in Murphy, NC | Registered: January 29, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Which items make you comfortable if you've slept in your car?

A good mattress pad, if you have the room, such as in a van. What else? What items make you feel more at home?
Para if I had a van I would know what its like to lay down. I got 2 sleeping bags, 1 Coleman which is good to about 20 degrees. I have a never issued Military mummy bag which is a monster. Rolled up it takes up over half the back seat. Its extreme cold weather bag. I've been sleeping in my driver seat layed back. This has probably what caused my sciatica problem.
 
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I'm in.



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David, if you need a job and don’t mind coming up to Toledo, I’ll put you to work and a check in your hand every Friday.

I need a guy in our fabrication shop to help out handling material and tidying up. The guy who does it now is swamped as we’ve grown and he needs help. If you’re not fork truck certified, we’ll train you trained up and show you the ropes. It’s a solid long term job. If by any chance you know auto cad, need a guy there too.

Let me know if you’re interested. PS, I hope the work “f@ck” doesn’t offend you, because that’s our favorite word around here.
This is something I will absolutely consider ! I have a number of years, 4 total on various squaring shears, I was good at it, press brake operation up to 300 ton Cincinnati hydrolic with Hurco back gage. I dont like welding but have a couple years Mig. Been to school twice for CNC machining which I love. I've set up and run various NC and CNC controlled turrett punch presses, Weidamann, spell check that, Amada, Strippit. Pretty useful in manufacturing. I forgot this ES, my fork truck license expired years back. I have drivin many, propane and electric. Also had a few years on Raymonds with side mode. Moved a lot of pallets of sheet metals around.
 
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I am in, please. Will send an email to 6guns.

David, may I please suggest a full size van ? A business van, hopefully with a (fiberglass) roof extension will be helpful for standing up fully. A business van doesn't have side windows so is easier for privacy. Similarly, a box van might be a possibility, especially the smaller full size ones that have direct access from the front to the box in the rear.

Had no idea about living in a car, sir.

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Para, 6guns,

Just getting caught up on this. I'm located just north of Cincinnati about 50 minutes from David's location. I'm also a licensed car dealer. Willing to help however I can. Email is in my profile.
 
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Love this place. I'm in of course!



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Ice age heat wave,
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I'm in.




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Funds sent, if we need more we are in for more as well.


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