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The Apprentice

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@The Apprentice I think he knows the Blackpool area far too well maybe he knows someone at the college
I don’t know the names of staff up there but just phone the college and ask for the Plastering department and have a chat to them. Probably best thing to give these college students a hand is to let them come with you on the days that they are not at college. Gives them the experience, costs you less, allows them to get some quals and doesn’t effect college figures.
 

Simon85

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Today will be my last day drinking for a while.
Don't even know if I'll bother today. Thinking of doing a detox, had a few every day since i got off, done fa but eat and drink. Hopefully the time off work will have healed my wrist up and can get back to doing bita training again.
 

algeeman

It’s A Boy
I don’t know the names of staff up there but just phone the college and ask for the Plastering department and have a chat to them. Probably best thing to give these college students a hand is to let them come with you on the days that they are not at college. Gives them the experience, costs you less, allows them to get some quals and doesn’t effect college figures.
cheers mate x
il call when i finish drinking xx
 

plaster man

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Wherever you like, Sweetie.

I am Northerner. I was born in Liverpool, but I am Not a Scouser. I grew up on the Isle of Man, but I am not a Manxman. I became a man in the army but I am not a soldier. Manchester is home but I am not a Manc.

I live in Donegal now but it's not home. I can leave in an instant.
Donegal is the home of plastering I believe theres a factory up there that makes them if you stood on a corner to long in carindonough you would be loaded in to a van and a trowel shoved in your hand
 

Nicm

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Donegal is the home of plastering I believe theres a factory up there that makes them if you stood on a corner to long in carindonough you would be loaded in to a van and a trowel shoved in your hand
Some amount of plasterers from there.I work with a lad from there the odd time.
 

Simon85

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Donegal is the home of plastering I believe theres a factory up there that makes them if you stood on a corner to long in carindonough you would be loaded in to a van and a trowel shoved in your hand
Got married in Carndonagh last year. Useless information for u. Lol
 

Simon85

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Some amount of plasterers from there.I work with a lad from there the odd time.
Was a fella Mark worked on a job in derry we were on, don't know his second name. He was from Carndonagh or malinn. Can't mind which. Somewhere that direction, and he was proper knocking his pan in, properly for a day rate on the site we were on. Our boss had a price in for then and done the first phase then next thing ur man was doing them on his own for days pay so builder was saving in the end, but still needed is to go up and do the outsides.
 

Nicm

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Was a fella Mark worked on a job in derry we were on, don't know his second name. He was from Carndonagh or malinn. Can't mind which. Somewhere that direction, and he was proper knocking his pan in, properly for a day rate on the site we were on. Our boss had a price in for then and done the first phase then next thing ur man was doing them on his own for days pay so builder was saving in the end, but still needed is to go up and do the outsides.
They don’t like the outsides.Some great workers but drive the prices up,instead of working long hours to make it.
 

plaster man

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100m would be a slow day for those boys I worked with one in Cambridge back in the 80s he could do 100 metres s and c a day no bother two Labour s flat out keeping him going mad men
 

Simon85

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They don’t like the outsides.Some great workers but drive the prices up,instead of working long hours to make it.
Women's uncle works for a well known slave driver, think he said donegal men came in amd done some on the site they were on, done them in 2days or somethin daft. House floated and ceilings on in a day then skim second day. Fair enough was a few of them but still. Needless. And when u say. That another boy I worked for had some in doing outsides in Fermanagh somewhere, I never was on the site, so don't know, bit they were rubbed up, really rough apparently. Then there is boys from all over s**t in all aspects too lol
 

Simon85

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100m would be a slow day for those boys I worked with one in Cambridge back in the 80s he could do 100 metres s and c a day no bother two Labour s flat out keeping him going mad men
Aye they aren't wise at that and they are known for it and for doing it relatively cheaply too.
 
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