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    MTB Referral Network

    I found the thread about our jobs interesting. Like I said earlier there appears to be a nice network of talented people in this forum. Please take the time to list your profession here and I for one can promise I will try my best to give a fellow mountain biker some business if I can!

    My name is Ross Cobb and I am the Designated Broker and one of the majority owners of Long Realty-Alliance here in the Valley. I also list and represent buyers in real estate and have a full real estate team. I also ride!

    We have a full property management company and manage over 150 homes and will be growing soon. Why this is important to my fellow riders is that because of my real estate sales, access to over 140 agents that work at my office and the volume of homes we manage I am able to hand out tons of referrals. So post up your stuff! Also send me an email and I will try my best to get you some business.


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    Let me know if you do:
    - Landscaping work - not just cutting grass and trimming trees, but heavy-duty re-doing of existing sucky landscaping
    - Handyman electrical work that I would electrocute myself on
    - Escort serv...oh, sorry, wrong forum...
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    Real estate must really suck right now!
    I should be doing something more productive with my time!

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    Real estate is great! Even in a challenging market I have learned if you do the right thing and stay focused everything else falls in line!. I imagine that is probably true with anything you are passionate about!

    BTW you guys that need referrals for stuff I have a bunch of good peeps out there to send you...... but lets see if we have some fellow riders out there first! I really think it would be cool if people on the forum help each other out.

    I have only made a few posts here but I have to tell you the responses I have had and offers to go on rides and hang out have been very uplifting for me. It really is a cool community!


    Let me know if you think this referral thread is out of line or innapropriate for this forum. I personally think if you guys and the moderators think this could be a good thing for the members it should go sticky and become a cool resource. Just my opinion

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    Walt,

    Let me know if you don't get any good leads here for the work you need done. If not I can probably get you a few names.

    What kind of electric/handyman stuff do you need done? Do you want licensed or is a quality unlisensed worker do? Kinda depends on the scope of the work but I have found that if it is not too crazy you can save some dollars going un-liscensed.

    See Ya,
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    I'll play........

    I sell commercial steel doors & hardware. Mostly Contract work, but do walk in singles as well. I work for Steel Dor, in south Phoenix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtrodr
    I do walk in singles as well!
    Now THAT sounds interesting...
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    I live and work in both Laguna Beach, CA and Prescott.

    In Arizona I am a private investor that builds spec houses in North Prescott Valley. See my signature for more info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dstepper
    I live and work in both Laguna Beach, CA and Prescott.

    In Arizona I am a private investor that builds spec houses in North Prescott Valley. See my signature for more info.
    Some lovely looking properties there. I especially like the tiling around the shower/bath.

    We'd love to self build here in the UK but the combination of high land prices (for land with planning consent) and obtaining planning permission (on cheaper land without planning consent) makes it a particularly expensive option with limited choices.

    How does the paperwork side compare in Arizona?

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    I'll play also.

    I'm an operations manager for a concrete company.
    We do mostly pool decking, but venture into flat work (slabs, walkways and drives.)
    I've also built pools for two of the top three pool company's in the valley for the past 13 years, so if ya need help/advice with that bend my ear.

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    i'll add my input as well.

    i manage the wholesale parts division for AVONDALE AUTO GROUP.we have 7 car lines.
    dodge,chrysler,jeep,mitsubishi,suzuki,kia,and subaru.we deliver valley wide and out of town as well.feel free to pm me if you need any any more info.i have contacts all over the valley for most any other car line out there.
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    Work for the family business which originally was the designing and installation of after-market auto a/c systems. We always have done general auto a/c repair also. With the new refrigerant laws and most vehicles coming with A/C these days we have ventured off more in the repair and parts side of things with local, national and on-line store. Location is on the west side of Phoenix and we have been in business since the early 70's. When the heat comes back around if anyone needs their auto A/C looked at let me know, I'll always cut a deal for a fellow rider! Just mention MTBR but you will have to contact me as the sales/service guys do not ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unclenorm
    How does the paperwork side compare in Arizona?
    I can only compare it to building in California, building in Arizona is generaly easy because in is the "Old West" and private property rights are strong. But as more Californains move in so does the homeowners associations and more rules to follow. It is easier to build outside of town limits but then you run into water problems which is a big problem in the desert.

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    Well I'm an urban planner so I don't have much to offer, but I NEED lots of things. New roof for the house, block wall around the yard, ac/heater work for the house, tires for a VW bus, the list could go on for days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZVW
    Well I'm an urban planner so I don't have much to offer, but I NEED lots of things. New roof for the house, block wall around the yard, ac/heater work for the house, tires for a VW bus, the list could go on for days.

    Hey, where do you work? I happen to be an urban planner as well (private sector).
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    Hey, where do you work? I happen to be an urban planner as well (private sector).
    I work for Maricopa County, a little over a year now. It's been interesting so far, I think it's different than any other planning job in that we don't go out and look to develop anything, other people come to us with developments and we approve or deny. What company are you at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZVW
    I work for Maricopa County, a little over a year now. It's been interesting so far, I think it's different than any other planning job in that we don't go out and look to develop anything, other people come to us with developments and we approve or deny. What company are you at?

    Snell & Wilmer, it's a law firm but I work in their land use/zoning group, good gig, I get to work on some pretty cool projects. I just submitted something to your office yesterday, nothing big just a use permit application.
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    Real-Estate Financing.

    Great thread. This could really come in handy!

    ...and I can finally say MTBR is "work related"!

    I provide nationwide residential and commercial real-estate financing.

    I work with various wholesale lenders and investors, so I am able to find quality financing for (almost) any situation.

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    I own a Carpet & Upholstery cleaning business. Been in the industry for 14 yrs. Opened this business up last year. I do not do steam cleaning. This is a water-based carbonated cleaning system using bonnet pads to extract the dirt out using a floor buffer. My opinion, it is a much better process and healthier.
    I service the East Valley and Casa Grande.

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    for some reason i find this thread very interesting. I used to live in a crappy place called NYC and a group of us used to meet for nightly BMX street rides and the diversity of the group always amazed me. We had everything from Wall Street brokers to Phd's to garbage men and we all got along like we were old friends. Beacuse at the end of the day we are all just dirtbags doing what we have done since we were 10 years old. riding bikes.

    rock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZVW
    tires for a VW bus
    what kinda bus do you have? 71 camper/65 ghia here

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    It's a '75 hardtop campmobile. Although there's not much left of it being a camper, I took out all the closets and I recently took out the sink, it didn't work anyway.

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    Architect in Tucson.

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    not my firm just work there. Did the website though.

    I also love the diversity of cycling in general, where else can you do something amicably with a new age musician, a old hippie, an army brat, a NASCAR dad, an engineer and a high school student. The united colors of cycling.
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    ok, roofing contractor here. Commercial/residential, flat roofs, tile, shingles, foam roofing.

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    Motorcycle Technician

    I have been working as a motorcycle technician for the last 13 years and have been training for a Commercial Helicopter Pilot's license for the last three. I work full time at a local dealership (can't say where if I get some side jobs from this forum). I work on the Japanese stuff (motorcycles and atv's) and have been known to do side work.
    BTW my GF works for Long Realty (Tucson) in the east B-way office as the team manager for Mark Pedata.
    Now I DRIVE the short bus!!


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    I'm a residential real estate appraiser covering the metro Phoenix area. I get to see things that would normally require a search warrant.

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    I'm in healthcare but unfortunately not where I can really offer much to the individual team. Will be selling my house in the next few months however and see plenty of you that may offer services needed. I already have a realtor as it will be a relo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyWW
    I'm in healthcare but unfortunately not where I can really offer much to the individual team. Will be selling my house in the next few months however and see plenty of you that may offer services needed. I already have a realtor as it will be a relo.
    We'll if you have the choice of title company to use, my wife is an escrow officer at a title company. I don't know if cut some fees but I can check.
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    I'm a geologist (mineralogist) turned materials scientist now doing failure analysis on the microelectronics of implantable medical devices. Got a problem with your pacemaker or ICD (implantable cardioverter defibrillator)? I might be the one who gets to figure out why...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DurtGurl
    I'm a geologist (mineralogist) turned materials scientist now doing failure analysis on the microelectronics of implantable medical devices. Got a problem with your pacemaker or ICD (implantable cardioverter defibrillator)? I might be the one who gets to figure out why...
    I am almost the exact same thing. I am an attorney at a law firm downtown.
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    New question here. Hmmm

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirdir
    I am almost the exact same thing. I am an attorney at a law firm downtown.
    Is that like "I have a shirt just like that only it is a car?"
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    Need New Windows

    I want to replace several windows in my home. A Home Depot contractor gave us quotes. Very expensive. I think I figured that each new window would cost about $900 or so for parts and labor. Turns out that the labor was as much or more than the parts. How is it that a $300 window costs another $500 to install?

    Anyway, looking for someone to install new windows.
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    Hungry? Dinner date at home and cant cook?

    Ex culinary guru here, want to throw a dinner party and need some foodie advice, let me know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pool_monkey
    I'm an operations manager for a concrete company.
    We do mostly pool decking, but venture into flat work (slabs, walkways and drives.)
    I've also built pools for two of the top three pool company's in the valley for the past 13 years, so if ya need help/advice with that bend my ear.

    Mike
    When you say that you are looking to venture into flat work, does that mean that what your in now is concrete finished with a textured surface? (like you see around pools etc?)

    I'm desparate for a hot tub slab (avondale). I'm looking for a slab around 15' x 15' so that I have a walkway around the tub.

    PM me if your interested.

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    trainer here (duhh)

    i make fast riders faster, healthy people healthier, and strong people stronger. all while training everyone i can to be the fittest they can possibly be. ray/rural ballys.

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    A lot of time

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirdir
    I want to replace several windows in my home. A Home Depot contractor gave us quotes. Very expensive. I think I figured that each new window would cost about $900 or so for parts and labor. Turns out that the labor was as much or more than the parts. How is it that a $300 window costs another $500 to install?

    Anyway, looking for someone to install new windows.
    Not trying to be harsh but....
    Throwing my $0.02 in, I have a $30K truck (today's market) to carry my some $5K+ worth of tools around, liability insurance, contractors's license, etc., so that I can complete a job. Replacing windows is not something I do regularly but have done in the past. One has to be a demo expert, a carpenter, block/brick expert, drywall repair guru, a painter, know something about handling glass and it typicall takes two people several hours per window to make it look like an OE window.

    As for my occupation....I do finish carpentry, make custom furniture/display cabinets and I'm, at different times in my life, a Materials Engineer with a lot of knowledge in coated fabrics and adhesives.
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    Windows? Me too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirdir
    I want to replace several windows in my home.Anyway, looking for someone to install new windows.
    I've got 3 48" X 70ish sliding windows that are fogged. Dirdir, is that the issue with yours? Or are you going with a new frame style that requires the whole thing being torn out?
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    [QUOTE=Dirdir] How is it that a $300 window costs another $500 to install?

    /QUOTE]

    lol...That's great, a lawyer complaining about how much someone else is charging them to do something.

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    lawyer question.

    So if an attorney at law is a person who is representing another person and at the specialty of law....can I be an attorney at mountain biking? I do act on behalf of mountain bikes

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    Let me guess. The PAL lab at MMC?

    Quote Originally Posted by DurtGurl
    I'm a geologist (mineralogist) turned materials scientist now doing failure analysis on the microelectronics of implantable medical devices. Got a problem with your pacemaker or ICD (implantable cardioverter defibrillator)? I might be the one who gets to figure out why...

    I'm an analog integrated circuit designer. I also own a fair amount of electronic test equipment. Oscilloscopes, dvms, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattKHS
    lawyer question.

    So if an attorney at law is a person who is representing another person and at the specialty of law....can I be an attorney at mountain biking? I do act on behalf of mountain bikes
    Attorney is a specific profession. Essentially it is a professional who represents clients in a court or advises them on legal matters Without a law degree and license, you cannot be an attorney. However, you can call yourself a professional advocate for mountain bikers.

    As to the other comments about the cost of windows and attorney fees and such, I have this to say. First, if indeed it costs $500 to install a $300 window, I still say that is too much. Second, I have given away thousands of dollars of legal advice and services to many mountain bikers, several of them mtbr posters. So, I have no reservations about complaining about the outrageous cost of window installation.
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    Dirdir,

    What type of law do you practice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waltaz
    Let me know if you do:
    - Landscaping work - not just cutting grass and trimming trees, but heavy-duty re-doing of existing sucky landscaping
    - Handyman electrical work that I would electrocute myself on
    - Escort serv...oh, sorry, wrong forum...

    Walt, I can probably help you out with electrical you need done.....pm me with details....

    I work for Different By Design, we do high end custom cabinetry and furniture....
    www.different-design.com
    I can help out with general woodworking, framing, drywall, electric, etc....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirdir
    As to the other comments about the cost of windows and attorney fees and such, I have this to say. First, if indeed it costs $500 to install a $300 window, I still say that is too much. Second, I have given away thousands of dollars of legal advice and services to many mountain bikers, several of them mtbr posters. So, I have no reservations about complaining about the outrageous cost of window installation.
    I was just messing with you man. That does sound pretty high, that's why I still have these crappy single pane windows in my place. Spend 10k to save $20 a month on electric bill?...not gonna happen. I'd get a few estimates though. It's not uncommon for someone to throw out a crazy estimate just to see if they can get you to bite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirdir
    I want to replace several windows in my home. A Home Depot contractor gave us quotes. Very expensive. I think I figured that each new window would cost about $900 or so for parts and labor. Turns out that the labor was as much or more than the parts. How is it that a $300 window costs another $500 to install?

    Anyway, looking for someone to install new windows.
    That's often the way it goes, our shop spends ~30 grand a week just to keep the lights on, and we're a small company. 7 guys in the field and 5 in the office not counting me(I'm 50/50). I bet your $300 window takes two guys four hours and doesn't clear 15% at $500 in labor. A skilled $20 an hour employee is billable at $35 on the low end and $45 on the high end. It all add up pretty fast. You could pick up a couple guys at the Home Depot parking lot to do the job for $50 but good luck getting the Registrar of Contractors to help you out when they screw the job up. BTW, labor > parts is not just limited to construction, just try to get your cars $25 head gasket replaced for $24 and see how far you get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlespeedsycip
    Walt, I can probably help you out with electrical you need done.....pm me with details....

    I work for Different By Design, we do high end custom cabinetry and furniture....
    www.different-design.com
    I can help out with general woodworking, framing, drywall, electric, etc....
    That's some beautiful work. I worked custom cabinetry for about a year before I got my start in historic restoration. Of course there's not much historic in the Valley and I've been working flood and fire restoration for the last year and a half since I've been here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruzz
    Dirdir,

    What type of law do you practice?

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    Hey Ross. My firm has 20 attorneys and we are a "full service" firm that can handle just about all of the general stuff, except major criminal cases. We can handle the small criminal cases, as we have a few ex-county prosecutors. DUI/DWI, etc.

    As for me, I do general litigation and transactional work, which, when taken together, covers just about any kind of case. I have a good deal of experience representing creditors, trustees and debtors, including consumer debtors, in all levels of bankruptcy cases. Right now about 50% of my case load is servicing one large tech client's transactional work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlespeedsycip
    Walt, I can probably help you out with electrical you need done.....pm me with details....

    I work for Different By Design, we do high end custom cabinetry and furniture....
    www.different-design.com
    I can help out with general woodworking, framing, drywall, electric, etc....
    Can you install recessed ceiling lights? I got a quote from our electrician and his prices were outrageous. I paid him a ton for a new circuit breaker panel, et al., but I wanted to overpay for that one. We got five quotes, but some of the "electricians" were scary. I am not so concerned about ceiling lights, although I suppose the house could burn down if the job gets bothed up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyEye
    I was just messing with you man. That does sound pretty high, that's why I still have these crappy single pane windows in my place. Spend 10k to save $20 a month on electric bill?...not gonna happen. I'd get a few estimates though. It's not uncommon for someone to throw out a crazy estimate just to see if they can get you to bite.
    No worries. I am just messing around too. Believe me, I understand costs of labor, overhead, etc. Still, at these prices I may just try to install the windows myself, and that would be scary.

    My 30 year old single pane windows are no better than carboard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrat
    Let me guess. The PAL lab at MMC?
    Bingo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirdir
    Hey Ross. My firm has 20 attorneys and we are a "full service" firm that can handle just about all of the general stuff, except major criminal cases. We can handle the small criminal cases, as we have a few ex-county prosecutors. DUI/DWI, etc.

    As for me, I do general litigation and transactional work, which, when taken together, covers just about any kind of case. I have a good deal of experience representing creditors, trustees and debtors, including consumer debtors, in all levels of bankruptcy cases. Right now about 50% of my case load is servicing one large tech client's transactional work.
    hey dirdir, check your pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirdir
    Can you install recessed ceiling lights? I got a quote from our electrician and his prices were outrageous. I paid him a ton for a new circuit breaker panel, et al., but I wanted to overpay for that one. We got five quotes, but some of the "electricians" were scary. I am not so concerned about ceiling lights, although I suppose the house could burn down if the job gets bothed up.
    I could always take a look....recessed lighting is usually pretty easy, just depends on how the ceiling joists are run and acess to pull the romex...
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    I am a man-whore in need of a group hug and positive reinforcement. This group is too touchy feel for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by pwrtrainer
    i make fast riders faster, healthy people healthier, and strong people stronger.
    Disclaimer: results may differ.

    I have known you for a year and so far you have witnessed this slow rider get slower, this unhealthy person sickly, and this weak person weaker.

    Thanks!
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    Currently I live in Bozeman, MT and am a high-end finish carpentry contractor, specializing in stairs to built ins. Actually moving down to Phoenix just about the heat gets going. Just thought Id throw out the question. Im taking a job with Sundt Construction and just wondering if anyone has any prior experience working for them or dealing with them, Just thought Id check to see what Im getting myself into.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chollaball
    I am a man-whore in need of a group hug and positive reinforcement. This group is too touchy feel for me

    "His name was Robert Paulson".
    His name was Robert Paulson



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    Mechanical design HELP WANTED

    Any designers or creative minds out there? I need help designing a self-locking latch and a self-locking hinge. Knowledge of mechanical engineering, plastic injection molding, and mass manufacturing methods would be helpful, but not necessary. Please PM me.

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    i can't help you

    i work for the gubbermint
    This is just need to know information: Am i supposed to enjoy the irony or pity the sincerity?

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    law student, former software guy

    I'm a law student, so I'm pretty good at, inter alia, reading for hours and hours at a time, checking the format of other people's footnotes, and pretending I know what I'm taking about. I am also good at using unnecessary Latin terms such as ex ante and infra.


    I could use a licensed carpenter for some minor cabinetry modification work...
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    I am a wood floor installer who has been in the trade for 7 years. I am not licensed but a subcontractor who works for a few contractors. I will beat anyones prices except those cut throat day labor rates. I do new home, retail,remodels,stairs ect no job too small.

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    IT Consultant for Hire

    I do everything a small to medium business would need when it comes to technology consultation and support. I'm always looking for new clients.

    Systems engineer,
    network implementation,
    email (Exchange),
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    remote access,
    security,
    building computers/servers,
    phone support,
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    MCSE 2003 Server (FWIW)

    I work mostly with Microsoft because that's what the bulk of the businesses use. I also work with Macs - OS 9, OS X.

    I also work on home computers and home networks.

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    nice an IT guy for mac & PC.

    I would give you higher points for that, but I saw your website, and I took them all away.

    Sorry but it was pretty brutal. I guess typical IT guy style.

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    Build Custom Frames...

    I like my job! I build custom frames and teach bicycle frame building classes. Or build parts for aerospace, or custom fabricate auto racing frames and such. Something I welded is on Mars couple of other things are orbiting the planet. Built a couple of nuclear missle heads...just the frames and skins. Lots of helicopter and jet parts. So if you ever want a fast helicopter or want to fabricate part of an ICBM, then let me know....otherwise I have been told I build some OK frames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattKHS
    I saw your website, and I took them all away.

    Sorry but it was pretty brutal. I guess typical IT guy style.
    It's funny you mentioned that - after I posted the above, I thought "Great, people are going to go the website and it sucks."

    I've been on the fence about just taking it down and making something basic up there that at least looks better. Right now I'm too busy tracking down work to get it fixed, maybe I should hire that PaulB designer-web guy to make something of it for me!

    The site looks Ok in Explorer but really bites on all other browsers.

    No offense taken...

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    Software dork here

    I'm a partner in a small software firm. We sell, customize, and develop Sales and Marketing Automation software ("CRM" for those of you in the know). We help sales people sell more...marketing people market better...customer service people service better...

    I run our consulting services group. At one point in my life I was a software developer...then a project manager...and now I get to run the whole enchilada.

    If it sounds boring...well it is. But it suits me because I'm such a boring guy.

    So if you have a need for sales and marketing software, you know who to contact.

    At least we have a nice website which was NOT designed by me:

    www.sssworld.com

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    First of all, where is yetisurly's post on this topic?

    I manage the local professional services group for a very large enterprise software company. Our salespeople sell the software, then my team implements it for the customers. Sometimes akin to juggling chainsaws...
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    Quote Originally Posted by waltaz
    First of all, where is yetisurly's post on this topic?

    I manage the local professional services group for a very large enterprise software company. Our salespeople sell the software, then my team implements it for the customers. Sometimes akin to juggling chainsaws...
    Which company? I used to do the same thing for Sage (then called SalesLogix). Managing 30+ engineers got old very quickly. Juggling chainsaws is putting it nicely. Getting out from under that and going on my own was one of the best decisions I made in recent years.

    Thx...Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgangi
    Which company? I used to do the same thing for Sage (then called SalesLogix). Managing 30+ engineers got old very quickly. Juggling chainsaws is putting it nicely. Getting out from under that and going on my own was one of the best decisions I made in recent years.

    Thx...Doug
    CA...formerly Computer Associates. Lots of customer sat. carnage to deal with from the past also. I'd love to get out from under the big corporate thing, but there is some security that goes with all the B.S.
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    Run MAS90 here but have been thinking of other options for the future. We need a standard accounting package with sales, payable, payroll, inventory and bill of materials. MAS90 works well but I we do not use it to its capabilities and that yearly fee is a killer. If you have an option drop me an email some time.

    trb@ackits.com

    PS: This post should be a sticky in my opinion. Lots of information on the local riders.
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    small world

    Quote Originally Posted by waltaz
    CA...formerly Computer Associates. Lots of customer sat. carnage to deal with from the past also. I'd love to get out from under the big corporate thing, but there is some security that goes with all the B.S.
    We use the ERwin Data Modeler.
    buncha computer geeks in here.
    This is just need to know information: Am i supposed to enjoy the irony or pity the sincerity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottN
    It's funny you mentioned that - after I posted the above, I thought "Great, people are going to go the website and it sucks."

    Right now I'm too busy tracking down work to get it fixed, maybe I should hire that PaulB designer-web guy to make something of it for me!


    No offense taken...

    ScottN
    Im a pretty harsh web critic in general. I own a web development firm that focuses on very tight web standards, Full CSS design (no tables, at all), and high class designs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waltaz
    CA...formerly Computer Associates. Lots of customer sat. carnage to deal with from the past also. I'd love to get out from under the big corporate thing, but there is some security that goes with all the B.S.
    CA....ugh. I know quite a lot about them...none of it good. How long have you been there?

    Trust me, the security of a corporation is nothing compared to the reward that lies within your reach if you work for yourself. You just have to take that leap of faith. I was a big company guy for years myself and now will never work for a large company again.

    We should talk war stories over a beer. I'm sure it would be funny and pathetic all at the same time.

    Thx...Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by waltaz
    CA...formerly Computer Associates. Lots of customer sat. carnage to deal with from the past also. I'd love to get out from under the big corporate thing, but there is some security that goes with all the B.S.
    Job security is the biggest lie the corporate world has ever shoved down anyone's throat. Get out from under the thumb of The Man! Go it alone and create your own security!

    p.
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    while I love being my own boss. I do have to admit its not for everyone.

    There is abook about this, called "The E-Myth" and its a great book.
    It has a story about a lady who bakes pies. she loved it. so she opened her own pie shop. after a while she hated it. turns out she only liked to bake pies, not run a business, sales, manage employees, and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pwrtrainer
    i make fast riders faster, healthy people healthier, and strong people stronger. all while training everyone i can to be the fittest they can possibly be. ray/rural ballys.
    I used to work out at that Bally's a few years back
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    I'm happy to say I finally got a new job! No longer am I a helpdesk grunt who get's slammed day in and day out by the callers. I am officially an IT guy who works on small to medium business computer issues. I'm working on my MCSE or possible MCSA. I really like the Administration side of things so MCSA is probably where I'm headed. I like working with Active Directory.

    OK, I'm ust thrilled about my new position and ahd to mention it.
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    On windows

    Maybe you should just buy a better window. It might not seem so galling to spend $500 if you're installing a $2,000 window.

    Nice thread.

    Ya buncha 'zonerz

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    In addition to my day job, we run a website, Gembaby.com. Plug in discount code FEB0702 for 10% off your order.

    We're looking for someone on a "as needed" basis with programing, site maintenance / optimization skills so hit me up if thats something you are expert at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chongoman
    I advise freshman and students who don't have majors at ASU. along the way I learn lots about many of the majors/programs/certs. offered. It's hard to get information about majors if you are not an enrolled student, so if I can help anyone let me know! Bob
    My father-in-law does some advising um... something (yeah, I know, real specific huh?) for ASU. He's a fairly tall guy, really mellow, last name is Anderson. Do you happen to work with anyone like that?

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    I guess I should intro myself as well.

    I'm an IT guy for the gubbermint :squintyeyes:

    I specialize in Active Directory and Windows servers, but like to play with Linux on the side *gasp* I live in Tucson, work in Sierra Vista.

    I do occasional side work, but find myself too strapped for time to do a whole lot. Don't mind helping if you have some questions you want to bounce off me.

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    I'm a self-employed Art Director. Its nice working from home and riding over to South Mtn on my lunch hour.

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    What kind of work Kurt?

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    Mostly print. Branding, ID systems, brochures, etc and anything else that you can think of that goes to print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattKHS
    I love being my own boss.
    Amen to that. I fix teeth in the northwest valley.

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    I own a custom car/truck shop. We do alot of custom metal work such as chop roofs, suicide doors, build chassis, air ride, hydraulics, and much more, We also have a retail and online store that sells most aftermarket parts such as billet grills, wheels, and all of the air suspension parts. We also make alot of air suspension parts for other shops.
    http://grunionfabrication.com/

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    Need some custom work done.....

    On the exhaust system of a SBC converted FJ40......if you can read that then you know what I need. I am in Tempe, and I will do it myself if I have to, but I am willing to give $$ to someone on the list if this is up your alley.

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    I do surveying. No not asking people questions at the mall or on the phone, but civil surveying, property, boundary ect; and construction survey. I work at a full service civil engineering co. that can take a project from raw land to fully developed, or as simple locate property corners. I do almost all of the job bidding & pricing. Let me know if I can help.
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    IT helpdesk grunt for Edward Jones investment firm. Used to work for ::cringe:: geek squad so I can run the gamut on pc/mac repair. Mostly I'm a full time student working a full time job as well.

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    2000 Nissan Maxima Repair

    So the right rear window on my 2000 Nissan Maxima rolled down, but won't roll back up. I think it's a switch rather than a motor issue.

    Can anyone fix this or recommend a honest mechanic?

    I live near Cave Creek and Cactus and work at the 101 and Elliot.

    cheers,

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    I work as a sales consultant at GoDaddy.com. If any of you have questions about building a website or SEO let me know and ill be happy to help. I can also hook ya up with some deals that you might not get on the site. Just hit me up with a pm and ill give ya the details

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    Palo Verde Periodontics
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    Tel: 480-782-1131

    My wife, Dr. Elizabeth Tandy, just opened up her own periodontal practice in Gilbert (between Gilbert and Lindsay on Ray Rd).

    Dr. Tandy was born and raised in Westchester County, NY. She attended college
    at SUNY University at Albany, and then graduated from UMDNJ-New Jersey Dental
    School in 1997.

    After graduation, Dr. Tandy joined the Air Force, and was stationed in Florida, North
    Dakota, Texas and Georgia during her nine years of service.

    Her education in periodontics was completed at Wilford Hall Medical Center at
    Lackland AFB and the University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio.
    She received her certificate of periodontics and her Master's Degree in 2003.

    As a resident, Dr. Tandy won first place in regional, national and international
    competitions for her research on the response of bone cells to implant surfaces in
    the presence of estrogen.

    She is taking most insurance plans, including Guardian and United Concordia.

    What kind of treatment does a periodontist provide?

    Diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease
    Tooth replacement using dental implants
    Oral plastic surgery to improve appearance
    Gentle patient care in a relaxing environment

    Her staff is dedicated to helping you achieve optimum oral health

    Committed to your comfort,..

    Going to the dentist can be a stressful experience. One of her main objectives is
    to make the experience of going to the dentist as painless as possible. She really believes that her patients are special, and she prides herself on providing quality care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruzz
    I found the thread about our jobs interesting. Like I said earlier there appears to be a nice network of talented people in this forum. Please take the time to list your profession here and I for one can promise I will try my best to give a fellow mountain biker some business if I can!

    My name is Ross Cobb and I am the Designated Broker and one of the majority owners of Long Realty-Alliance here in the Valley. I also list and represent buyers in real estate and have a full real estate team. I also ride!

    We have a full property management company and manage over 150 homes and will be growing soon. Why this is important to my fellow riders is that because of my real estate sales, access to over 140 agents that work at my office and the volume of homes we manage I am able to hand out tons of referrals. So post up your stuff! Also send me an email and I will try my best to get you some business.


    Thanks,

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    Interesting...just so happens that I am looking to hang my license within the next week! Pleasure to e-meet you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrEVS
    Amen to that. I fix teeth in the northwest valley.
    This is way perfect. I sell Dreyer's, Haagen Dazs and Nestles ice cream snacks to food service distributors.

    I ruin their teeth and you fix them. Best vanity plate I have ever seen read "yea4dk".

    Been in food service for thirty years, never replaced a heart, inspected a mineral, gave free law advice, sold a home, shocked myself, (except how bad I ride a bike), fixed(broke) several cars, never pounded a nail the correct way, cut the lumber correct, did brian surgery, but always have customers telling me, " yu plice too high Lonny, yu go now.....But I stayed in a Holiday Inn and still can not ride a bike....

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    I am a Materials Scientist/Aerospace Lab Manager/Chemist/Executive etc. I run a Lab in Chandler. I am also a big fish in a little pond and I like it.

    I used to make knives and swords full-time. I was somewhat famous around the world for a little while. I used my Lab capabilities (Electron Microscope/EDS) to identify steels for knifemakers around the country. I teach combat martial arts locally, mostly empty-hand/stick/knife.

    Had both hips replaced in 2005 and I am back on SoMo this year, and thankful for every ride I get.

    Am looking for a handyperson type to fix a sliding exterior door.

    This should be a sticky. I will be referring to this thread often.
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