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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-20-2007, 02:26 PM Thread Starter
 
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Anyone in the NYC area need a job?

My company is hiring Customer Service E-mail reps. and they need some people pretty bad. I figure i'd try and help someone who needs it. If this is agains the rules im .

PM me for details unless u want'em here

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there is a big difference between someone who doesn't participate in the forums then just starts soliciting than someone who is becoming a good part of the community and is just trying to hook someone up with a job.

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And I'm moving to NY LOL
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My company is hiring Customer Service E-mail reps. and they need some people pretty bad. I figure i'd try and help someone who needs it. If this is agains the rules im .

PM me for details unless u want'em here
good look'n out...

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there is a big difference between someone who doesn't participate in the forums then just starts soliciting than someone who is becoming a good part of the community and is just trying to hook someone up with a job.
he he he thanks, i wasnt sure if i'd get introuble for it.


btw i just got some more ACTUAL greenies for my bike fund!!! im gonna use the search button. But how's Joe rocket as a gear brand?
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Cant go wrong with joe rocket I have a couple of friends that are very satisfied with their products.

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Cant go wrong with joe rocket I have a couple of friends that are very satisfied with their products.
i have the JR Reactor textile jacket. Love it!!! With liner, it's very warm, and waterproof. W/O liner, it's better than riding w/a t shirt, cause you have all the flow and cooling, and you still have PROTECTION!

GF also has a JR jacket, don't remember what model tho.. She too loves it. (and looks hot in it too)

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they make the one i posted in a strap on version
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Cant go wrong with joe rocket I have a couple of friends that are very satisfied with their products.
awesome, im really digging their ballistic series jacket. this is what im thinking for gear so far.




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as for bottoms, im still looking to find something, if not i'll just stick to under armor or something.
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^ that would be hot

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and something i really didnt know which totally wowed me, i work in an industrial part of queens so its all old factories and stuff, and there's a bike shop 2 blocks away!!! gonna go see what they have for sale when i get back from my msf on thursday! i tell ya its as if this bike thing is meant for me!
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and something i really didnt know which totally wowed me, i work in an industrial part of queens so its all old factories and stuff, and there's a bike shop 2 blocks away!!! gonna go see what they have for sale when i get back from my msf on thursday! i tell ya its as if this bike thing is meant for me!
just be careful with JR stuff... there was a HUGE counterfeit ring that was busted in Cali... and in New York.... some still might be circulating... especially in NY... the counterfeit stuff was REALLY reduced in quality...
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just be careful with JR stuff... there was a HUGE counterfeit ring that was busted in Cali... and in New York.... some still might be circulating... especially in NY... the counterfeit stuff was REALLY reduced in quality...
hmmm guess that rules out most ebay items? any way to tell the fake from the authentic gear?
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hmmm guess that rules out most ebay items? any way to tell the fake from the authentic gear?
I don't know... I haven't heard much about it in the last two years... though I have been in AK... and I first heard it from a JR Rep in Sacramento...

it may be all but cleared up... but I know they even had all the tags and stuff in them...

I'd just be wary of any "too good to be true" type deals
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I don't know... I haven't heard much about it in the last two years... though I have been in AK... and I first heard it from a JR Rep in Sacramento...

it may be all but cleared up... but I know they even had all the tags and stuff in them...

I'd just be wary of any "too good to be true" type deals
unfortunately ebay has alot of those. Joe rocket ballistics going for about 50 something bucks
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JR is great stuff. I knew a guy that went down like 10 times in his JR street jacket. The thing still functioned great!




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JR is great stuff. I knew a guy that went down like 10 times in his JR street jacket. The thing still functioned great!
Yep- I tried the Ballistic 3.0. Quality of the leather is good, and the zip-out material seems tough.

Just a little...baggy for my taste. Kind of an odd fit, and I don't really care for the zip-out pieces up the sides and sleeve.
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I have the ballistic jacket in that pic and the pants that go with them....there is a zipper attached to the back of the jacket that zips to the pants....

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