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Old 01-02-2010, 03:17 AM
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i'm 25 my father is 74 my mother is 62
we all love maine
prob. is we want to start all over
i've got a job that can transfer me to maine
maybe if you live in maine you know panera bread co
but i can't find any homes on the coast so yea
dexter is close enough
i love cold weather if i had to pick between 18 foot of snow or 110 degree weather i'd take the snow any day
my dad is paralyzed he owned a business and was going to own every property like it in our town till he got shot
my mom has been taking care of him for over 15 years
she managed it then when he got worse she had to let it fall in my hands
i kept it running smooth but then the downfall of the economy and crooked distributers and lack of experience it tumbled
my credit got flushed my dad's credit got flushed and moms
our goal is to start over but in maine,we may have found the perfect house in dex,me
my job can transfer me
i hope maine can help me get my ged cause down south
they want like $140 an hour to tutor you and yes i need one
math has always slowed me down
but science, social studies,spelling i've been way ahead in atleast 2 grades now grammar and english i've always been 3 grades ahead
we want to open a business in maine,but that's later
i love festivals
fishing omg i love fishing
only snowboarded once in my life
i want to do it forever
i love hockey
any help or advice you can give will be taken note of and any help would be appreciated
i'm from alabama btw and yes i got that souther draw lol
"git er done"

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Old 01-02-2010, 06:14 AM
Location: Maine's garden spot
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Good luck.
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Old 01-02-2010, 06:15 AM
Location: Northern Maine
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Maine has country folks and accent means nothing. It's easy to get a GED here. We have a huge bureaucracy set up for such things. It's a long way from Dexter to the coast. Maine could use a Panera Bread. For those who don't know what a Panera Bread is; It's a chain of bakeries. Their bread is outstanding. It's like a combination bakery, deli and restaurant. Maine needs some. I have only been in a Panera Bread twice and I don't know of any in Maine.

Somebody wanting to open a new business in Maine will be welcome and far less likely to get shot.
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Old 01-02-2010, 06:34 AM
Location: Maine
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There's a Panera in Portland. I don't know of anything like it Bangor. The sandwiches are great.
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Old 01-02-2010, 03:57 PM
Location: 43.55N 69.58W
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S. Portland, Augusta, Westbrook & Biddeford.

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Old 01-02-2010, 06:23 PM
Location: Forests of Maine
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Welcome to Maine
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