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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    Quote Originally Posted by dayhiker View Post
    How does this impact the job change?
    it changes nothing. I texted my future boss, he said to not give it another thought. Insurance is going to be my only issue.
    Architects do it with models.

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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    Quote Originally Posted by DzynKingRTR View Post
    it changes nothing. I texted my future boss, he said to not give it another thought. Insurance is going to be my only issue.
    That's cool. One handed Revit is difficult.

    My business partner's son was an architect at one of those firms in ATL that does international hotels. He got caught up in the big purge of 2008/2009 though.

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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    Quote Originally Posted by dayhiker View Post
    That's cool. One handed Revit is difficult.

    My business partner's son was an architect at one of those firms in ATL that does international hotels. He got caught up in the big purge of 2008/2009 though.
    my buddy got out of architecting during the same purge. he now lives in asheville making custom high end furniture.
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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    my buddy got out of architecting during the same purge. he now lives in asheville making custom high end furniture.
    Architects had the highest unemployment rate of any white collar profession during the great recession.

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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    Quote Originally Posted by dayhiker View Post
    That's cool. One handed Revit is difficult.

    My business partner's son was an architect at one of those firms in ATL that does international hotels. He got caught up in the big purge of 2008/2009 though.
    Yes one handed Revit is difficult, but I managed it after the last accident.

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    my buddy got out of architecting during the same purge. he now lives in asheville making custom high end furniture.
    most of my class got out too.
    Quote Originally Posted by dayhiker View Post
    Architects had the highest unemployment rate of any white collar profession during the great recession.
    Yes it did. It was really bad. I jus don't know how to do anything else.
    Architects do it with models.

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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    Quote Originally Posted by DzynKingRTR View Post
    Yes it did. It was really bad. I jus don't know how to do anything else.
    You could be a professional cyclist .... uh ... never mind
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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    You could be a professional cyclist .... uh ... never mind
    I am thinking of writing an autobiography. No one would believe it is true though. No one will believe one guy could have this much bad luck.
    Architects do it with models.

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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    Quote Originally Posted by DzynKingRTR View Post
    I am thinking of writing an autobiography. No one would believe it is true though. No one will believe one guy could have this much bad luck.
    Funny. I get the same type of remarks...
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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    did not make it the whole day. Probably just going to take the rest of the week off.
    Architects do it with models.

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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

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    I never realized how much I do with either hand until I am restricted to just one. It becomes very clear I am not 100% ambidextrous.
    As long as you can still . . .

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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    Man this maybe a sign you need to retire the bike riding. I used to ride a motorcycle to class. After about the tenth time of almost being hit either on the road or in the parking lot of the school. I figured it was time.
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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    Quote Originally Posted by Bamabuzzard View Post
    Man this maybe a sign you need to retire the bike riding. I used to ride a motorcycle to class. After about the tenth time of almost being hit either on the road or in the parking lot of the school. I figured it was time.
    i had enough close calls that i pretty much quit road biking long ago. the other day, i rode my bike 5 miles each way, mostly through neighborhoods, to a local trail. i almost got hit twice by folks not really paying attention in the same stretch between neighborhoods. on the good side, this stretch is due to get bike paths in the first phase of the city's connectivity plan.
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    Re: crashed on my bike...again

    I will not stop riding altogether, but I may be done road riding forever.
    Architects do it with models.

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