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nickcapa

Hey All From Australia :)

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Hey Guys and Gals,

My name is Nick, how are ya??

Im 21 years old and i am an Ag Salesman,

I sell Tractors and Impliments such as Massey Ferguson, Fendt, Iseki, Kioti, Polaris and Scag Mowers.

I am currently looking into moving to the US for a few years, Not fussed about where just cant wait to get over there and try something different!

I am hoping for get in contact with anyone who can put me onto someone about work,

anything really, for my Visa.

anyways

hope to hear from you all :)

have a good one!

Nick

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hahahaha it will take AGES to get used to that kinda cold, but thats not degrees celcius is it?

still sounds flippen cold hahahahah

its about 32deg celcius today :) too bad im stuck at work!!

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the snow here where i am right now is crazy. so light you can clear your driveway with a leaf-blower, walk on it and it sounds like stepping on styrofoam. squeak squeak squeak. very dry here. east of here the snow is heavy and wet-like. humidity ...

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Welcome to quadcrazy. I see Ox is bragging about his snow to you already. He does that to me all the time because I wanna ride in some snow and all I get here in Frackville, Pa, usa is freezing rain and ice.Hope you enjoy the site and look forward to hearing more from you.

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cheers mate hahaha

yeh its a bit like that ey

im 99% sure ill be moving to the states within 6 months anyway, just waiting to see how i go with my visa application

thanks mate

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Welcome to quadcrazy. I see Ox is bragging about his snow to you already. He does that to me all the time because I wanna ride in some snow and all I get here in Frackville, Pa, usa is freezing rain and ice.Hope you enjoy the site and look forward to hearing more from you.

Sorry wylde1 :yes: we had snow here (6" at least) 2 weeks before Hallowe'en :laugh:

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Sorry wylde1 :yes: we had snow here (6" at least) 2 weeks before Hallowe'en :laugh:

:wink:It's all good Ox, Just make sure you post the pics and video. Even though I can't play in it, I still like to see pics and vids of others tearin' it up.:cheers2c:

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