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Hi, I'm from Ohio.

This is Giovanni from OH

A member of a sympathetic NRx group who works for the railroad sent me this job information:

"https://jobs.loram.com/job-search-results/

This company will hire virtually anyone who can pass a drug test and is willing to travel 6wks at a time (and sometimes there are advantages to getting away, if things heat up too much).

The job is dirty manual labor in a 100% travel environment (6 weeks on/2 off). They pay hotel and airfare, you're responsible for food. It's roughly 80hrs/wk, very manual, dirty work at first (figure on the first 3mos or so being especially menial, til you move up; hydraulic hose repair, wiring, oil changes on the machine, etc). Crews spend 100% of their time together. You might be the only white guy on a given crew. Lots of cons, but also some pros, pay is in the neighborhood of $1000/wk after taxes. I'd be happy to vouch for anyone giovanni would vouch for, have him give your number to me, etc.
My description is of the general laborer one
Note: I'm not the hirer.
I'm employed in the position, and have a rapport going back 3yrs w them
Engineering students might be more interested in the summer internship ones.
Good experienced mechanics and superintendents there max out at around 100k, new guys start at 45k"

She was reading the Washington Post, we felt we had to help her out.

Our posters of the statue of Andrew Jackson seemed like a good fit for the art history board.

The campus radio station had a poster defending free speech on its door. We gladly accepted their generosity.

Here's the Tom Hanks photo cropped with faces blotted out.

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/359086234175275010/546817138531500032/2019-02-17_17.15.45.jpg

@everyone A member of a sympathetic NRx group who works for the railroad sent me this job information:

"https://jobs.loram.com/job-search-results/

This company will hire virtually anyone who can pass a drug test and is willing to travel 6wks at a time (and sometimes there are advantages to getting away, if things heat up too much).

The job is dirty manual labor in a 100% travel environment (6 weeks on/2 off). They pay hotel and airfare, you're responsible for food. It's roughly 80hrs/wk, very manual, dirty work at first (figure on the first 3mos or so being especially menial, til you move up; hydraulic hose repair, wiring, oil changes on the machine, etc). Crews spend 100% of their time together. You might be the only white guy on a given crew. Lots of cons, but also some pros, pay is in the neighborhood of $1000/wk after taxes. I'd be happy to vouch for anyone giovanni would vouch for, have him give your number to me, etc.
My description is of the general laborer one
Note: I'm not the hirer.
I'm employed in the position, and have a rapport going back 3yrs w them
Engineering students might be more interested in the summer internship ones.
Good experienced mechanics and superintendents there max out at around 100k, new guys start at 45k"

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