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post #31 of 59
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You know blackmailing is a federal crime, non?

I would never do anything like that, especially to conne.
I'd just hate to think of us losing him because he took a job in politics.
post #32 of 59
It's beautiful up there and you'll probably meet some hotties. Great experience. Try it for a month. You no like, you no go no mo.

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post #33 of 59
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Originally Posted by willpower View Post
It's beautiful up there and you'll probably meet some hotties.

The fast food/grocery store girls were surprisingly attractive when I was last in the area.
post #34 of 59
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post
Since when have you had moral qualms about reneging on an agreement?

AC wins the internet today.
post #35 of 59
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post
Hold off conne!

I know a rich old lady down here in Texas that's about to kick the bucket.

She's a dead ringer for Bea Arthur and wants a young stud ( that keeps me out )

This could be your chance of a lifetime. Forget the politics silliness. There's only one BO and it's not you.

Well, they both stink though.
post #36 of 59
Tell us about all the toothless campaign groupies that you coerce into meeting for coffee at dunkin donuts
post #37 of 59
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Originally Posted by Jodum5 View Post
Tell us about all the toothless campaign groupies that you coerce into meeting for coffee at dunkin donuts
Excuse me but I'm a gentleman; they will be taken to Starbucks. But srsly, think of all the doe-eyed high school and college chicks that will want to volunteer. All idealistic and malleable. They'll be wowed by my big intellect and big schlong.
post #38 of 59
How much does a 23 year old need to spend when you get a bunch of stuff paid for like that? I mean, you have car insurance, health insurance (maybe they have an affordable plan), random nights out (assuming you'll be pretty busy though in an area that's not expensive), basic groceries, maybe they'll pay for a cell phone, and then just whatever. Should be fine even with shit pay. How shit is shit? Like minimum wage? Dunno what it is there but like $8 with all that stuff paid for in a cheap area isn't terrible for someone like you who is getting an oppurtunity. Actually is good unless your debt is really high
post #39 of 59
Thread Starter 
Yeah I guess my expenses won't be all that high. Car insurance, cell phone, credit card (which I may just pay off when I sell some stock) food are monthly expenditures. Bars are dirt cheap in that area. The pay is a whopping $1,600/mo.
post #40 of 59
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Yeah I guess my expenses won't be all that high. Car insurance, cell phone, credit card (which I may just pay off when I sell some stock) food are monthly expenditures. Bars are dirt cheap in that area.

The pay is a whopping $1,600/mo.

Are you really upset about that? $1,600/ month, basically all expenses included. Car insurance probably isn't more than $200 max unless you have insane coverage. Cellphone is what, $100 or $150. Please don't expect anyone to feel bad for you when you basically have $300 a week for spending on absolutely nothing you need while you do the work you've always wanted to do.
post #41 of 59
Thread Starter 
Insurance is less than $100 a month, according to my Geico quote. Phone is like $50. So yeah, I guess it's not all that bad.
post #42 of 59
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post
Yeah I guess my expenses won't be all that high. Car insurance, cell phone, credit card (which I may just pay off when I sell some stock) food are monthly expenditures. Bars are dirt cheap in that area.

The pay is a whopping $1,600/mo.

If that shit is post tax, you are being way overpaid.
post #43 of 59
Thread Starter 
I don't think it's post-tax. But I really don't know how campaign finance works. Are there exemptions, etc.?
post #44 of 59
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Yeah I guess my expenses won't be all that high. Car insurance, cell phone, credit card (which I may just pay off when I sell some stock) food are monthly expenditures. Bars are dirt cheap in that area.

The pay is a whopping $1,600/mo.

The fuck? Of course do it. What the hell will you be paying for? You'll still have a bunch of free money and be getting your foot in the door. This is a no brainer.
post #45 of 59
Thread Starter 
Met with the campaign manager in Albany today, told him I'll be signing on. I'm employed!
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