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Old August 29th, 2011 #41
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Anyone already there that might be nice enough to allow me to stay with them for a while? That is, if jobs are still easy to come by? I figure if us whites stick together up there, things will be better financially.
 
Old September 13th, 2011 #42
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I am aware that this is about jobs in North Dakota, but what does it have to do with the White Nationalist 'Movement'?
Quite a lot dumbo. One of the things that WNs like Mr Cobb and my husband face, living in a small town and being well known (or married to a well known nazithatwantstokillsixmillionjews) is that no matter how skilled or educated you are, there are those who will threaten your employers to fire you. Working in ND is a valid option for some of us who dont live behind a keyboard and who actually openly do pro White activism.

Thanks to Craig for posting this.
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Old September 13th, 2011 #43
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Williston, North Dakota in late autumn:

Ror one thing the date on that photo is December not late autumn. It is almost mid Winter, so yeah there is snow. If you are a pantywaist dont come up here. I see women jogging by my house in weather like that pushing their baby stroller on runners. So yeah it gets cold but personally my family and I love it, we are true Nordics and embrace the winter unlike the soft lemmings down south.
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Old September 13th, 2011 #44
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What Will Work, Part Ten

"... The Pacific Northwest is not without its problems. But, nearly all the problems here are much more acute elsewhere, such as the influx of Hispanics, as well as those who openly defy Mother Nature with their “orientations” that they demand others accept. Again, these issues are, overall, much less present in the Homeland than outside of it. The only problem we have to a greater degree is dysfunctional Movement people. These are the narcissistic, drama-queen, tattooed, beer-swilling loudmouths who continually bray about “White Pride” yet are mentally and spiritually incapable of performing the one and only task that really matters in the long run — marrying well and raising strong White families. Fortunately these folks are mostly concentrated in the Idaho Panhandle. Unfortunately, they have managed to alienate many of the good White people from Coeur d’Alene to Bonners Ferry. A few have spilled over into the Kalispell, Montana area, estranging many good Whites in the Flathead Valley as well with their obnoxious behavior. Good Whites have no more use for these individuals than do the Jews. No, let me correct myself — the Jews have a lot of use for these people; just one of them does more harm to our folk than three dedicated Jewish activists could ever hope to accomplish... "
The only problem we have had in Kalispell is with Harold Covington's Northwest Front followers, Colonel House, his rotten raving drunken webmaster, Axis Sally the former torture porn queen, and the sweet little chain smoking thieving couple from Georgia who have a half black child and a retard they left behind. Harold is so jealous he cant contain himself so he keep writing this trash about us because we are successful and he is not.

BTW, when Craig Cobb when to ND he didnt have a vehicle, he had a pack on his back and a sleeping bag. But Craig is a true Aryan and adventurer and I guess we cant expect you soft young guys to be able to keep up with him.
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Craig is right, if you are going to Williston for work, bring a camper or t- drop camper. There are NO rooms in any hotels or motels in and around Williston ND and as far south as Sidney MT 120 miles south. All hotels and motels full with folks working in Williston and Dickenson. This is boom town USA right now with Big Oil and the Bakken oil field. Lots of room for campers and RV's. Companies building new buildings outside of Williston itself, both side of the road into Williston. So much work, so many jobs, but nowhere to live. The state and city has dropped the ball with regards infrastructure, for the thousands of new arrivals, escaping the depression in other parts of the Kwa. Housing is now starting construction, but it's slow. Apartment building is also slow. So if you are going up to Williston, make sure you have a camper to sleep and live in untill housing becomes available. Craig is right again, make sure you arrive in Spring, March.. Gives you time to find a job, get settled before Winter sets in.

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There is MAJOR road work on the 16 on the Montana side toward Williston. Turning a two lane road into a four lane highway. Lots of 18 Wheelers back to back, expect major delay on this road untill highway is finished.
 
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Craig is right, if you are going to Williston for work, bring a camper or t- drop camper. There are NO rooms in any hotels or motels in and around Williston ND and as far south as Sidney MT 120 miles south. All hotels and motels full with folks working in Williston and Dickenson. This is boom town USA right now with Big Oil and the Bakken oil field. Lots of room for campers and RV's. Companies building new buildings outside of Williston itself, both side of the road into Williston. So much work, so many jobs, but nowhere to live. The state and city has dropped the ball with regards infrastructure, for the thousands of new arrivals, escaping the depression in other parts of the Kwa. Housing is now starting construction, but it's slow. Apartment building is also slow. So if you are going up to Williston, make sure you have a camper to sleep and live in untill housing becomes available. Craig is right again, make sure you arrive in Spring, March.. Gives you time to find a job, get settled before Winter sets in.

That is all !
Viking Warrior, there are some plots along the highway some miles south of Williston which have been bought and turned into trailer parks with various service levels. Some do have water and electricity. One next to me charges only $350 per month. Most charge $500-$550...a few $700. This is just for the right to park there--not for a trailer. But if you had a van, SUV etc, you could make it work. Use a 1500 watt Coleman propane heater, lots of down gear, and leave a window cracked. It can be done.

A jew Drudge front page lead the other day mentioned a fracking oil company up here that had 800 open positions (not all of them here).

I'm a little dismayed no VNNers or lurkers are coming here. Reflective of the current state of things I guess. Post to this thread if anyone does though. Thanks.
 
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Material Handler / 1961667
Wage: $14.00 Hourly Location: KALISPELL, FLATHEAD, MT, 59901 Posted: 9/20/2011
This position is located in Williston, North Dakota. This is an entry-level, non-field position....
Wage $14.00 Hourly Location KALISPELL, FLATHEAD, MT, 59901
This position is located in Williston, North Dakota. This is an entry-level, non-field position. . Qualifications: High school diploma or equiv.; must be of legal age per employer requirements; must have valid driver's license; good driving record, stable work history; no felonies in last 7 yrs; no DUI's in last 3 yrs; able to pass background check and pre-employment testing (physical, agility test, drug & alcohol screening). Duties: load, unload, and move materials within or near plant, yard, or worksite; move materials manually or using hand truck, electric dolly, wheelbarrow, conveyor, or hand-operated crane or hoist. Hours/Days:Will be working 2 weeks on and 1 week off (week off is unpaid), 12-13 hour shifts, all hours worked after 40 hours is overtime pay. Wage is $14.00 an hour. Benefits include 401(k) with company match, medical/ dental/ vision, life insurance, Employee Stock Purchase plan, vacation time, etc.
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Wage: $14.00 Hourly Location: KALISPELL, FLATHEAD, MT, 59901 Posted: 9/20/2011
This position is located in Williston, North Dakota and is an entry-level, non-field position. Qu...
Wage $14.00 Hourly Location KALISPELL, FLATHEAD, MT, 59901
This position is located in Williston, North Dakota and is an entry-level, non-field position. Qualifications: High school diploma or equiv.; good computer skills required; retail, parts, inventory control experience helpful; must be of legal age per employer requirements; must have valid driver's license; good driving record; stable work history; no felonies in last 7 yrs; no DUI's in last 3 yrs; able to pass background check and pre-employment testing (physical, agility test, drug & alcohol screening). Duties: responsible for handling goods receipts, proper location of inventory in warehouse, issuing goods, inventory control and reporting, shipping and packing. Hours/Days: Will be working 2 weeks on and 1 week off (week off is unpaid), 12-13 hour shifts, all hours worked after 40 hours is overtime pay. Wage is $14.00 an hour. Benefits include 401(k) with company match, medical/ dental/ vision, life insurance, Employee Stock Purchase plan, vacation time, etc.
Open Date 9/20/2011

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April, why does it say "Location: Kalispell, MT" and then follows it with "This position is located in Williston, ND"? Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't there a few hundred miles difference between those 2 places? Probably just something I'm reading wrong, but I was wondering, lol.
 
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April, why does it say "Location: Kalispell, MT" and then follows it with "This position is located in Williston, ND"? Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't there a few hundred miles difference between those 2 places? Probably just something I'm reading wrong, but I was wondering, lol.
It seems the majority of people working the Bakken are from a few northern states. MT is numerically greatly represented. They recruit in MT.
 
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April, why does it say "Location: Kalispell, MT" and then follows it with "This position is located in Williston, ND"? Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't there a few hundred miles difference between those 2 places? Probably just something I'm reading wrong, but I was wondering, lol.
I found those Williston jobs on the local Kalispell Job service website. I just linked to them that way. You can still use it even if you are not in town here. I just wanted to demonstrate the type of jobs available. Keep in mind most of them give you overtime every day, and on weekends.
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Go to www.weather.gov and type-in Williston. Then click on Willison ND.

My experience is that this is a good time of year there.
 
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Default Heater sale now at www.northerntool.com for campers, trailers, etc.

http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/category_heaters-stoves-fireplaces+propane+on-sale

Direct vent heaters will get rid of moisture outside. An 18K BTU was perfect in my converted bus and I use a 6K BTU unvented heater in desert climes where moisture is a blessing rather than a curse. If living in such circumstances you have to no only be careful but speak with someone with experience.

Unvented heater combustion byproducts are not, in my opinion, much of a big deal. However, while I never sleep with an unvented heater operatin. I like a standing pilot for a little warmth and moisture.

I've spent winters in the Northwest and the Northwoods in sleeping bags in everything from snowcaves to tents.

Down bags are okay but don't withstand repeated laundering like synthetics. I've spent MANY hundreds of nights in sleeping bags and know that you can often find good ones at thrift stores. For comfort and practicality, try a heavy-weight, brand name, machine-washable, nylon shell bag with polyester fiberfill, such that you don't need to keep your head in the hood in all but survival conditions. Wash it with very little unscented detergent, double rinse, and dry it with medium heat or follow the washing label instructions.
 
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Williston, North Dakota in late autumn:


AG: Ror one thing the date on that photo is December not late autumn.

MP: It is late autumn. Winter does not commence until December 21 and the date on the photo is December 10 - which means late autumn.

AG: It is almost mid Winter, so yeah there is snow.

MP: No, it is not almost mid-winter. In fact, it isn't even winter period, and yet it already looks like Siberia up there. So just imagine what it's going to look like in that photo once winter starts, and then mid-winter. Holy Christ on a popsicle stick!

AG: If you are a pantywaist dont come up here.

MG: Well, you're a pantywaist (you wear panties, don't you?) so you just proved a pantywaist can handle the weather. But then, it's not about panties, is it? It's about being a 'dumbo' and not having your facts straight - such as not knowing the difference between late autumn and mid-winter. Guess you shouldn't be calling others 'dumbo' yourself.


 
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Winter in the upper plains is famous for being colder than a welldigger's ass at midnight but being a semi-arid grassland it averages less than a foot of snow per season. Personally I can tolerate the cold more than having snow and ice up to my eyeballs.

(And yet I live in Ohio. Go figure.)
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A clever person could clear more than $1000 per week. There are some jobs in Alberta that are offering $28 per hour for younger fellas.
 
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I was just wondering if it had meant they were only "recruiting" Kalispell residents or something, but Craig and yourself cleared it up well, lol. I'll be heading up there in the spring if I can get any sort of money together. I hate to admit it, but I'm not desperate enough yet to copy Craig Cobb and live in a hole in the ground, lol. (yet)
 
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My boss, the owner of this company, has new fifth wheels and trailers with air con and heating which we reside in. He lets us buy our own and park here too if we want. For others who come here, look on http://autobidmaster.com
(search "recreational vehicles"), the largest insurer seller in US. Good to buy cars and trailers there. Search, example: "mercedes hail". Hail damaged can be OK in trailers too.

This article on CNN today. Read it on my cell earlier.
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Six-figure salaries, but homeless


By Blake Ellis October 21, 2011: 7:30 PM ET

WILLISTON, N.D. (CNNMoney) -- They're pulling in fat paychecks, but now they're also homeless.

In the town of Williston, N.D., America's newest oil boomtown, more than 6,000 job seekers have come from every corner of the country looking for work. Yet, oil companies and other developers haven't been able to build housing units fast enough.

In the past year, only about 2,000 new housing units have been built, leaving many workers out in the cold.

With dozens of job seekers arriving by the day and fewer and fewer spots for them live in, people are taking some desperate measures.

Newer arrivals who can't find vacant hotel rooms or apartments sleep in their cars or in sleeping bags on spare patches of grass along the highway. The luckier ones nab a spot in one of the dozens of dorm-like facilities, known as "man camps," that the oil companies have built to house their workers.

The living conditions are far from ideal, but to some of these workers the lure of doubling or tripling their salaries far outweighs the physical and mental toll it can take.

My street address is the Walmart parking lot

In July, Matt was transferred from a Walmart in Minnesota to Williston's only Walmart -- more than doubling his salary. After arriving in the town he bought an RV to live in and soon realized that the store's parking lot was going to be the closest thing to home he was going to have for some time.

Each day, he buys something from the 24-hour Supercenter so he has an excuse to stay there. At night, Matt (who asked that his last name not be used) and his neighbors break out their lawn chairs, a grill and some beers and tell stories into the wee hours about where they have come from and what they are doing -- or hope to do -- with the money they will make off of this black gold rush.

"Some people look at us like we're homeless," he said. "But anyone who needs to find us can find us -- we have a street address: it's 4001 2nd Ave., Walmart."
Double your salary in the middle of nowhere, North Dakota

LaRae and Scott Miles have been living with their two kids and three dogs in an RV parked in a Williston campground since moving from Washington more than a year ago.

"It's crazy to go from having a home and a yard to living in an 8-by-10 trailer with no yard," said their daughter Kimberly, a sophomore in high school whose belongings are in a suitcase stowed at the end of her bed. "It's going to be a great day when we find a house."

Before the move, the Miles' were struggling to make ends meet. Now, Scott is making $20 an hour as a truck driver -- double his previous salary.

"I'm happy we moved out here, but I'm not happy about how we live," said LaRae. "We're looking for something more permanent to rent, but this is about all we can do."

Life in the "man camps"

Even those who have a place to live find the conditions tough. Many of the major oil companies that are cashing in on the oil discovered in the Bakken formation have been renting entire floors of hotels, spare apartments or building housing facilities -- called "lodges" by some and "man camps" by others -- in order to house their workers.

Halliburton, one of the major drilling and hydraulic fracturing companies in the region, even went so far as to have the Olympic Village housing units that were used for the security guards from the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics relocated to the town for its workers.

Benjamin Lukes, 31, has been living in Halliburton's "man camp" for almost a year now.

Lukes is bringing in roughly $100,000 a year (including overtime pay), nearly triple the amount he made back in Minnesota when he was manufacturing plastics. But it means being far from his family and living in quarters that he likens to a "prison cell."

The facility is wall-to-wall white, with long empty hallways and flourescent lighting. Lukes' room is about 160 square feet, the walls are bare -- except for a drawing from his daughter -- and there's a metal-framed twin bed.

The $400 a month he pays for rent includes housekeeping and three complimentary meals a day, making it the best deal around, he said. But he will never call it home.

"[My wife and I] talked about trying to find something in the area where I could bring them, he said. One of the local hotels said they would have an apartment suite available in February for $6,700 a month. "[Y]ou can imagine that wasn't a real good option... there's just nowhere to put them."

Lukes hates that he missed the birth of his son this year, but knows he can't support his growing family without this job.

"Each work cycle as I drive away seeing my two-year-old daughter's face in the window, I wonder how much longer I can keep this up," he said. "In the meantime, though, I keep getting promotions, and raises, and bonuses. It's a mixed blessing."
Surprise six-figure salaries

Cindy Marchello, who is 54 and from Logan, Utah, works for a trucking company and is the only woman living in her man camp. She pays $600 a month and has to share a bathroom with a man.

"I miss my family," she said, sitting near the frames full of family photos she keeps on her bureau. "When I leave [after going home to visit], I have to leave in the middle of the night. I can't tell everyone goodbye. And I cry all the way back."

Efforts are being made to build more housing in Williston and other oil boomtowns. Some even see it as an investment opportunity.

Former New England Patriots football player Jarvis Green and his company, First Millenium Construction, are building a 500-person man camp in Watford City, less than 50 miles south of Williston. Green said he expects to make a 200% to 300% return on the multi-million dollar investment, and he said the lodge should be completed by the end of the year.

"Out there they don't have a recession -- you say that word out there and somebody would probably slap you," said Green. "It's the place to be."

Are you living in a boomtown? If you know of an area where jobs are plentiful and high paying, and resources and housing are scarce, e-mail [email protected] the chance to be included in an upcoming story on CNNMoney.
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Bump for a great thread.
 
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"Former New England Patriots football player Jarvis Green and his company, First Millenium Construction, are building a 500-person man camp in Watford City, less than 50 miles south of Williston. Green said he expects to make a 200% to 300% return on the multi-million dollar investment, and he said the lodge should be completed by the end of the year".

Build a HOOTERS instead, my negro.

Can't miss.

Hell, I should do that.
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