Not what you think, sorry

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Re: Not what you think, sorry

Postby Luigi » Sat Dec 24, 2016 12:39 pm

There are a few call enter operating here in SHV selling I don't know what but from reports they are paid $400-$600 per month. I also know a couple bartenders that earn that. But that may only be during the hi season.

Check out the;

Employment in Sihanoukville FB group

Kampot Notice board FB group

Khmer24.com

Just search in FB for ''employment in Cambodia''
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Re: Emergency Help

Postby OKW » Sat Dec 24, 2016 12:53 pm

To put that into perspective, in Germany anybody holding a drivers license has undergone 20 hrs of EMR training.Required by law. Lives have been saved by drivers license holders , whether it had much to do with their EMR training I don't know.
Raybull wrote:^true, if you run with this solo you're gonna get burnt! You need to associate with a reputable agency, whatever type it may be. If not you will get sued or run into problems left and right! You seem pretty green for somebody that has spent a couple years in KH, apt username though.
And just to be clear, since you mentionned you 'trained' as an EMR, are you certified, and by whom? I Only ask because EMR certs range from 30 (or so) hour courses to 3 years full certification from reputable orgs.
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Re: Not what you think, sorry

Postby jadeface » Mon Dec 26, 2016 8:39 am

Again thanks for the advice, I will seek it out when I am in country. If anyone was wondering, my EMR course was 165 hours and 40 hours reading time. It was done by a very reputable organization in Canada. Maybe one of the top companies called the Justice Institute of British Columbia. It was very intensive, but is focused on preserving life as a medic, not as a doctor. This is the second time I have achieved this certification. All I can say is I'm looking forward to getting in country no matter what. All the best to all and Merry Christmas though you will wake up and it will be over. Thanks, Rob
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Re: Not what you think, sorry

Postby jadeface » Mon Jan 02, 2017 4:07 am

Awesome customer service man coming in hot January 30th. I can help anyone with anything plus put bandaids or plasters on booboos. Very easy to get along with, hard worker and respectful of all human life. If I must I am also willing to prostitute myself to women (women only though) but the price will be at least in the 100 Riel range per day. Seriously though, coming soon, your chance to have a geniune Canadian at near slave wages.
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Re: Not what you think, sorry

Postby Bertros » Mon Jan 02, 2017 10:04 am

my guess.

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just sayin'


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(you smell that?)
A taste of the bait is worth the pain of the hook.....
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Re: Not what you think, sorry

Postby jadeface » Thu Jan 19, 2017 12:48 am

No not at all, should be in country Jan 30th. I will be looking at volunteering or finding work at something else. Trolls don't follow through. To prove my legitmacy, anyone will be free to buy me a beer in Phnom penh or in Sinville on the 31 or February. I'm merely trying to find a way to stay in country as my pension isn't nearly as big as those big fat European ones.
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Re: Not what you think, sorry

Postby Bertros » Thu Jan 19, 2017 9:18 am

jadeface wrote:No not at all, should be in country Jan 30th. I will be looking at volunteering or finding work at something else. Trolls don't follow through. To prove my legitmacy, anyone will be free to buy me a beer in Phnom penh or in Sinville on the 31 or February. I'm merely trying to find a way to stay in country as my pension isn't nearly as big as those big fat European ones.
fair enough.

but do you smell that?


just askin'


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A taste of the bait is worth the pain of the hook.....
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Re: Not what you think, sorry

Postby jadeface » Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:54 am

I smell everything, trolls included. I get it and I do have a sense of humour. Trolls everywhere. Peace Bertros.

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