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re: What Makes Texas So Great? - thegreatboudini
Austin really isn’t as bad as it’s made out to be. I’m here after a stint in Houston, drive a 4x4, ride a fatty mountain bike, and not only work in O&G, but work 100% in fracing. The entire city should hate me, but my dog and I get by just fine. ...
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re: What Makes Texas So Great? - thegreatboudini
Of course they are paying that, but I know my money for housing goes significantly further here than in Baton Rouge or Lafayette, and I have much better options. ...
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re: What Makes Texas So Great? - thegreatboudini
You can say what you want, but if you’re not a homeowner paying property taxes, they’re collecting nearly nothing from you relative to other surrounding states. ...
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re: Tell me about fat bikes - thegreatboudini
My full suspension in 26, fatty is 28. I’m not racing anyone down the hill so trying to get sub 20 like my old road bike is useless to me personally. You can get a 29er hardtail sub 20 pretty easily, but you’re going to pay for it. ...
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re: What Makes Texas So Great? - thegreatboudini
I moved here from Louisiana and for me personally it’s about high paying jobs, no state income tax, good roads, good housing, relatively low cost of living, and the fact that you can find just about everything you want minus a snow skiing resort. ...
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re: This is me when I go to the grocery store. - thegreatboudini
Someone prefers talking to their aunt about her three divorces instead of hanging out with a dog. ...
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re: This is me when I go to the grocery store. - thegreatboudini
If it’s for animals I contribute. frick humans though. ...
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re: Big pot jambalaya pictorial (Done) - thegreatboudini
[quote]There is no way that's a 20 gallon pot...or you didn't use 30 pounds of rice [/quote] Let the pissing contest begin......
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re: WFDT - thegreatboudini
Couple of bbq pulled pork sliders from Oasthouse Kitchen and Bar. ...
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re: Tell me about fat bikes - thegreatboudini
I prefer 27.5 to both. I doubt I'll ever go smaller than that. Definitely can't throw the 29er fatty around, but you can run over anything like you're on a tank, and that's why I have it. I bar hop and cruise the bull shite trails around Austin on the 29er fatty. Only thing I'm hitting real trail...
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re: FBD - Early Thanksgiving Vacation Edition - thegreatboudini
FBD after a couple of date/maple old fashioneds at a local happy hour [img]https://s7.postimg.org/a156uvt7v/99956268-206_E-4654-_A68_B-4_D76062_CB57_C.jpg[/img] Still the best beer stone produces. ...
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re: Tell me about fat bikes - thegreatboudini
I have a Trek stache. Not a true fatty at only 3.1” tires, but I consider it a fatty. It’s fun. With 3.1” you can literally run over anything. Still sub 30 pounds, but definitely a bitch to climb with. I wanted a hardtail 29er, so why not go fatty. I’m heading to southern Colorado in about 6 weeks f...
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re: FBD - Tennessee edition - thegreatboudini
SBD is a prairie No Chill with a PB & J kolache [img]https://s33.postimg.org/qkoo4srcf/6_D2_D71_E6-6_F61-47_AD-949_D-_FE099_F70_F4_A9.jpg[/img]...
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re: FBD - Tennessee edition - thegreatboudini
Many days sober while doing a project in the DJ Basin. 35 days straight spent away from home. Happy to be back. FBD is a Stone Vengful Spirit ipa [img]https://s33.postimg.org/omi06ugv3/F992_D64_E-_A76_B-4_E83-8652-_CF9289_A6_CF28.jpg[/img]...
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re: The oil and gas industry is hiring again (nsfw maybe) - thegreatboudini
I’m sitting on a frac location right now. Things are picking up nicely. ...
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re: Oil baws, is O&G dead? - thegreatboudini
Loving county is brutal. The second to least populous county in the Country with 112 total citizens. I have a team there now staying at a high end man camp. Still terrible. ...
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re: Oil baws, is O&G dead? - thegreatboudini
If you want to work in O&G you need to be involved in STEM. Getting a business degree or anything not related to STEM and trying to stick it out in O&G will lead you to a very early career change, unless you’re just a field hand. ...
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re: Oil baws, is O&G dead? - thegreatboudini
Aren’t you a really young land guy? You won’t see the jobs. You guys are a dime a dozen and the ones that were laid off are just being brought back without the job being posted. ...
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re: Oil baws, is O&G dead? - thegreatboudini
A lot more going on than just midland. Stack/scoop OK, DJ basin CO, EF/Austin Chalk TX all have lots of action, but yes, the Permian and Delaware have the most land action right now. The Bone Springs and the Wolf Camp both come on high and stay there for a while. ...
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Oil field baws, any of you work in the Ghawar field? - thegreatboudini
We will probably have a project there 2018 Q1. How terrible/deadly is it? It’s with Aramco if that changes anything. Trying to figure out how big my life insurance policy need to be. ...
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