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For me, I wanted to satisfy some intellectual questions, so that’s why I’m on my Riley Reid Shirt. That said, I try to do as many of my own repairs as possible because a good tradesman can be expensive. In fact, I relish working with my hands, probably because my father was a house painter and my grandfather a carpenter/handyman. My husband went to UTI for the Diesel (Big Rigs) program my in laws supported him and helped him get there because they knew college wasn’t for him after his first dream the military fell through. Love your kids and support their dreams. Our daughter wants to be a truck driver and our son wants to be a school bus driver.
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I told them that’s fine do want you to want as long as it makes you happy Riley Reid Shirt will support you. Interesting conundrum. I went to an aviation trade school after I served in the U S Navy. I was earning a living wage in 13 months and had no debt. My trade has provided everything I want; challenge, responsibility, freedom to work anywhere I want an adventure. For everyone except the person that will be affected the most. Lets look at this woman that wants to be a mechanic. She will likely spend far less money, and certainly less time and come out with a credential that will allow her to get her feet wet in a field where she will make good money.
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If she’s smart she will save her money and own a home by the time she’s 23 or 24. She will still be at prime fertility age (assuming that she chooses to have children) and well established with a career in which demand will negate a significant amount of the discrimination that pregnant women face.
If she so chooses after she is established with what we see as the trappings of a middle-class lifestyle she can easily return to college to earn a Riley Reid Shirt. I work on my own vehicles. I have had male mechanics lie straight to my face at the dealership on three separate occasions (when my vehicle was in the shop for recall work) about work that HAS to be done on my truck.