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O.K.-Thanks for all the encouragement, guys. I found out today that my office has offered me something temporarily for the next 2-3 weeks, so it looks o.k. for now.
So, today I can go out and work on the Stang. In goes the new SS brake lines and hopefully the front suspension.
Thanks for letting me vent,Bob

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Bob- Hadn't seen your post from yesterday. I am so sorry.

The post that suggested you apply for a job with the company to whom you were contracted is excellent advice. If you have 'contacts' within the company, leverage them. Companies are always inclined to hire/promote individuals that they already know. If you demonstrated good work habits and got along there, there's a chance someone within the company itself would be willing to help you get your foot in the door as an employee. Once you're inside a large company, there are all sorts of opportunites that aren't available to outsiders.

We've never met, but I've read your posts and interacted with you for a year and a half. You're intelligent, articulate, and from all appearances, are a man of character.

We are pulling for you, buddy. Keep us posted.

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Good luck! Sorry to hear about the bad news you posted yesterday. Oh, and yeah, I agree, that is a good idea about applying for a job with the company you were contracted with. Again, good luck.
Sean

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