Vertical Rollerskating


Message 6822 (26. Sep. 2008 23:48) (All next previous)

h.ludi. (pictures by h.ludi.)
also Robert....
: : : lucky me, since my injuries make me disabled now, if i work and can earn significant income i am entitled to up to 36 months of coverage. just when i work might cost between $600-$700 per month lol. but its not forever. and i just had my 2nd interview and 3rd interview tomorrow. customer service is required too so i will enjoy that. i like to chat! so maybe things will be ok. so in Oz, do they speak english? I think i still want to move. ;-D
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: : : : : no, i will be dropped by insurance soon after i get another job. within 3 months max. i was seriously lucky to even get it. i was close to being left crippled! it was very irresponsible for me to sk8 w/out insurance and i deserve my consequences. i guess it will be a long time til i sk8 again. i know no insurance company would insure me on my own. at least i started painting yesterday and enjoy that because my life is not happy now being a cripple. thats why i am trying to get all surgeries done since i'm not sure when i will have insurance and i want to be able at least to run again, if i get the chance to move to a better country, i wont hesitate. my next job will be boring but will only look for good benefits/insurance.
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: : How hard is it for us Yankees to relocate to Oz? Europe? Canada?
: : signed, Sick and Tired American
: oh come-on irene, dont u love the game in our country of filling out paper work, being on the phone for hours and getting no response and months later getting an apology that their system was locked but now they will start to process it? then all the rich people lie and cheat out their butts off so they dont pay taxes and such so they can go on more vacations lol? just dont forget ur overweight luggage, (ME!) i think everything is a game here, even to get covered w/ insurance seems to be a word game and hours on the phone being put on hold.

i think ive scratched a nerve?
we are not full yet, theres plenty more room on the bbq for a few more chops, downunder.
this week in melbournetown we have checked out rampfest, a new indoor park, very good.
also a new outdoors, concrete park at meadowheights. id say, the smoothest surface ive seen.
at chelsea, the new 1/2 pipe should be erected any day now. cant wait, i should be ready to roll then. only wearing sling at work now. i can feel that the bone has joined up, better each day.
they say melb is the sporting capital of oz, so far as vert sk8ings concerned, we are being spoiled rotten.
sorry, dont mean to rub it in.
oz - great place - great people - minimal bs - no bad attitudes.

come nov, you guys have a big decision to make.
a tough 1, faced with poor choices.
the answer is not always black or white.

enough said, cheers, h .

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