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smile

Dallas, TX

#54 Apr 24, 2013
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Did u know being a roughneck and starting from the bottom then going to supervisor the consultant makes more that our oil field engineers with a degree.... It doesn't matter where u start it just matters how bad u want it and how hard u are willing to work for it...[/QUOTE]=D
Leak

Pleasanton, TX

#55 Apr 24, 2013
GEEK wrote:
<quoted text>boy your story has more hole than the South Texas Eagle Ford Shale ares. B.M.S.E. i am going out on the limb here but i think that stands for (B)ULL.(M)ANURE.(S)PECIALIST.( E)WWWW. you say you paid for this education your self ha ha ha. at 21 the only way you paid by it yourself is if you won a lottey. so with all that said and done I DONT BELIEVE ANOTHER WORD you gotta say. See in the petroleum extraction buisness a man word is still KING. especially if i am working next to him with a line holding 10,000 psi. its a different world not cut out for everyone but its in all aspects of our LIFE. I dont know who ya trying to impress but just be yourself. anyway i have started my collection of raunchie porn and am shopping for a LEATHER LAZY BOY i figure i could shop at the SALVATION ARMY or GOODWILL....LOL...this will be my last response to you BMSE (what a chuckle)
First of all, you got the letters mixed up BSME, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. I paid for my education myself, meaning with paired scholarship I earned and LOANS that I will be paying back MYSELF. Really not a hard concept to grasp. Oh and get your dyslexia under control.
yep

San Antonio, TX

#56 Apr 24, 2013
first, ask the police.i did. crime has gone up due to locals. second, yes, some of the out of town people are real jerks. however, there are some that are really nice. third, yes, traffic sucks. i have no rebuttal for that. however, its not just oilfield workers or the truckers that cause problems. on the other hand, the big trucks do go a bit slower than normal. fourth, its called change. sometimes, its good. sometimes, its bad. yes, the rent going sky high is crappy. but thats home town greed. not the oil fields fault. its the owners/leasees/sellers that are greedy for a cut of that money. regardless of if you have a degree in college or not, if you're out there working for your money, you're still better than the losers living completely off the government. so, whether you work the 9-5 behind the desk or 12 hour shifts for 14 days. doesn't matter as long as your making your way. oilfield is hard work. sorry, way harder than sitting behind a desk. but thats the life each person chooses.
oh no

Pleasanton, TX

#58 Apr 24, 2013
yep wrote:
first, ask the police.i did. crime has gone up due to locals. second, yes, some of the out of town people are real jerks. however, there are some that are really nice. third, yes, traffic sucks. i have no rebuttal for that. however, its not just oilfield workers or the truckers that cause problems. on the other hand, the big trucks do go a bit slower than normal. fourth, its called change. sometimes, its good. sometimes, its bad. yes, the rent going sky high is crappy. but thats home town greed. not the oil fields fault. its the owners/leasees/sellers that are greedy for a cut of that money. regardless of if you have a degree in college or not, if you're out there working for your money, you're still better than the losers living completely off the government. so, whether you work the 9-5 behind the desk or 12 hour shifts for 14 days. doesn't matter as long as your making your way. oilfield is hard work. sorry, way harder than sitting behind a desk. but thats the life each person chooses.
my opinion on the oil field guys,, i dont care if someone is a hard worker that still doesnt make them a decent person. i really dont care about the crime and all that either what makes me dislike the oil field is all the nasty men that stare at you like your a piece of meat and try hollering at you. for real, have some respect!! im sure thats alot of guys but its def way more noticeable here lately with all the guys in those coverall uniforms, look like oil field guys you can't even go to HEB without them looking at you up and down! what makes them think girls like that and how are we expected to react to that? its really uncomfortable it feels like im gonna get abducted one day from a parking lot at the store
Not oil field trash

Hurst, TX

#60 Apr 24, 2013
ROUGHNECKWIFE wrote:
<quoted text>my hubby is a ROUGHNECK&he has his bachelor;) so not everyone in the O.F IS DUMB:) LIKE YOU:) with that money and those hours you should be happy you should be grateful you should be thankful you should appreciate and not hate but here you are acting like an animal with your bachelors degree;) BITTER MUCH??? LOL..
well put roughneck wife, but don't let this guy ruffle your feathers. He probably flips burgers at mc Donald's. which explains the bitterness
yep

San Antonio, TX

#61 Apr 25, 2013
there's weirdos all over this town. some are locals some not. the only reason you're saying oil field guys, is because they are wearing the coveralls. otherwise, they'd just be some random freaking weirdo.
Oh no

Pleasanton, TX

#62 Apr 25, 2013
yep wrote:
there's weirdos all over this town. some are locals some not. the only reason you're saying oil field guys, is because they are wearing the coveralls. otherwise, they'd just be some random freaking weirdo.
I guess it's more noticeable because there are always in like a work truck or something in a group and it happens a lot. They always have those clothes on..other guys do stare and it's gross too but it just happens way more with those dirty jumpsuit dudes!!
im sure

Pleasanton, TX

#63 Apr 28, 2013
oilfield wife wrote:
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Exactly my point...crime started when we all moved down here because there is actually something worth stealing now. These guys usually are staying in the RV parks bc they have houses in towns they actually live in and are just here for work...and what's wrong with that?? I could honestly care less if you think I live in a trailer because I don't and I can promise you I'm the classiest women you have ever had the pleasure talking to in the ghetto town.
I'm sure when your husband is gone at all hours of the night, you are slezzin' it up at the local bars taking in all the dick you can. I'm sure your husbands friends are in and out of your single wide trailer taking good care of you while he's gone all the time and I guess you can't get any classier than that.
oilfield wife

San Antonio, TX

#64 Apr 28, 2013
im sure wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sure when your husband is gone at all hours of the night, you are slezzin' it up at the local bars taking in all the dick you can. I'm sure your husbands friends are in and out of your single wide trailer taking good care of you while he's gone all the time and I guess you can't get any classier than that.
My husband actually works 8-5 so he's home every night and I have never/will never go to bars without my husband or cheat on him that's just ridiculous I would just leave him if I wanted someone else. You can talk all the crap you want and compare me to trash it doesn't bother me one bit because I'm far from it.

Since: Jul 13

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#65 Jul 30, 2013
Jessie wrote:
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The thefts that I know of have occurred at local residents, not at the RV parks. So, that makes your point irrelevant. What's wrong with it, is that change is something that is innately instilled in us to reject. I'm sure you and your husband may be decent people, but you are a small part of the bigger picture. The Oil Field has drastically changed our town, some good and some bad changes. Either way, people don't welcome change naturally. I wouldn't get worked up about our opinions toward the O.F. or even waste your time defending yourself. It's just going to fall upon deaf ears! On a serious note though, I'm curious as to how many women married to oil men have a career or backup plan of their own? What if Obama really does decide to stop all drilling in The U.S.? What other high paying jobs could your husband qualify for? What if your husband left you? Where would that leave you financially? Could you support yourself and a family?
yes thank goodness. found out my rigger was messing around behind my back. luckily I work full time to support my child. he's lost everything but most important his infant baby. really hope his gf f**k buddy was worth it.

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