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I tried searching and remember reading some good things about NFR. I believe it was the general consensus here, that they are one of the better companies to work for. Is it still true?
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Yes they are the best to work for, Nicest people in the office Ive ever dealt with.

Their recruiter is on these boards quite often.

They have been vary good to me over the years, 12 years to be exact. They are good enough to say publicly that their the only company i would go out my way to get their work done on time and right the first time.

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Had a great 4 year run with them. Ended over wanting clippings picked up after a rough mow on a 1 acre rock pile up in the mountains on a property that had NEVER been backfilled properly or finish graded. Actually that started the battle. What sealed my fate is arguing over tarping a roof on a teardown house that i was afraid of falling through the roof on. They wouldn't approve a lift, i wouldn't go on the roof. Haven't heard from them since and the new contractor that took over last August hasn't tarped the leaking roof either but they cleaned out the wet basement piling all the debris in the living room and bleached and kilz'd all the mold on a teardown house FFS. All of these companies have went off the deep end........
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I tried searching and remember reading some good things about NFR. I believe it was the general consensus here, that they are one of the better companies to work for. Is it still true?
email me...I can answer anything that you would like to know.

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If you are floating down main street in a canoe and your front right propeller falls off, how many pancakes can you fit in a doghouse?

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I'd like to know the Powerball numbers before Saturdays drawing so I can buy the right ticket




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If you are floating down main street in a canoe and your front right propeller falls off, how many pancakes can you fit in a doghouse?
Zero. Your pancakes are hard and you McGyver those pancakes onto the shaft so you have a pancake propeller. Nothing left over for the doghouse
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If you are floating down main street in a canoe and your front right propeller falls off, how many pancakes can you fit in a doghouse?
the answer of course is mustard.
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I'd like to know the Powerball numbers before Saturdays drawing so I can buy the right ticket
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 with the powerball being 15. Unfortunately the person at the store sold you a ticket for the Wednesday drawing, not Saturday.
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