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Old March 22nd, 2005, 09:56 AM   #81
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nice pics long foot, I wanted to ask, this 3 section trams I ce them a lot - are there lot of them ?
Zagreb has 17 "TMK 2100" units.
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Old March 24th, 2005, 04:09 AM   #82
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Zagreb has 17 "TMK 2100" units.
are they going to build more? I know new ones are much better but 17 seem very little, you know how mnay other trams are there, say german ones and czech trams?

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Old March 24th, 2005, 05:21 AM   #83
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are they going to build more? I know new ones are much better but 17 seem very little, you know how mnay other trams are there, say german ones and czech trams?

thanx
The TMK 2100 series is finished and they will never make more.

The latest model is the TMK 2200, the much talked about "CroTram" which hits the streets of Zagreb in several weeks. I cant wait to see it in action.

BTW - Guys are we ever going to have the Donji Grad (Lower City) thread?
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Old March 25th, 2005, 01:26 AM   #84
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BTW - Guys are we ever going to have the Donji Grad (Lower City) thread?
Yeaaah, it is definately time to start such a thread, since i started this one, this time somebody else could start the lower town thread, and i will 'flood' it with my photos
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Old March 25th, 2005, 10:19 AM   #85
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I guess this "someone" means me

I am going to open it next week, ok?
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Old March 25th, 2005, 10:35 AM   #86
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I guess this "someone" means me

I am going to open it next week, ok?
Well, now when you offered yourself to do it, it would be very unfair of me to deny your desire

Yeah, sure, you are welcome to open it whenever you feel like it

( why to do it today if you can always do it tommorow) hehe
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Old March 25th, 2005, 10:38 AM   #87
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( why to do it today if you can always do it tommorow) hehe
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long foot-beg I thought it was widely accepted Montenegrin motto
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Old March 25th, 2005, 10:57 AM   #89
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Maybe it is originaly Montenegrin, but it is widely accepted in Croatia. I personaly work only 2 hours per day, other 6 hours I shirk
And I don't feel any shame I just care that my boss doesn't realize that.
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Maybe it is originaly Montenegrin, but it is widely accepted in Croatia. I personaly work only 2 hours per day, other 6 hours I shirk
And I don't feel any shame I just care that my boss doesn't realize that.
Shame on you But enjoy it while you can
I just read in 'Vecernji' two days ago that an average worker's amount of working hours reached 50-60 hours a week
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Old March 25th, 2005, 11:17 AM   #91
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Working conditions in Croatia are horrific. My working week is 40 hours, but most of Croats work hard at least 50 hours. People just don't have much choice They have to sustain their families, pay house rents and overhead expenses...
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Working conditions in Croatia are horrific. My working week is 40 hours, but most of Croats work hard at least 50 hours. People just don't have much choice They have to sustain their families, pay house rents and overhead expenses...
When I worked at bank in the City of London (my first work out of Uni) I worked 12 hours shifts and often would work 6 days, (although our boss would bring donughts and food to work for all of us and call it fun-day - I called it slavery) I only lasted 3 months before I quit the job, hated it and hated my boss to, thought he was w****r and lazy git....

realised banking is not for me I went to pursue other avenues only to realised everywhere I go everybody ask you to work more than you are paid for, hate this , don't you guys hate this.... lol
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