Monday, November 17, 2008

Looking for the Best Price on Turbochargers?

Do you wanna go fast? Deciding to turbocharge your ride is a big decision, one that will transform your ride for the rest of its life. Whatever you do, don't just rush out and buy the first turbo that you see in a tuner mag. Before you invest, you'll need to plan out what you want for your ride in the long term. As you're planning your turbo installation, you should think about what accessories or upgrades you might want to add on in the future. For a long time now, my husband wants to supercharge/turbocharge his motor, because it will typically make an impressive horse power increase without significantly increasing its weight.

It's a great idea to study up on the various components of a turbo system and you want to make sure that your supercharger or turbocharger is working correctly. I recommend the Volkswagen turbo as a first read. Whether you are looking for Turbo, Superchargers, turbochargers and nose covers, or if you want VW turbocharger, Audi Turbocharger or any other model they have your unit in stock. They have a great selection of New and remanufactured parts, all have a complete warranty, available to ship today.

I am torn between jobs

I am torn between jobs and I don't know what to do. The Floating Casino recently hired me and been working there for more than a month now, I really love the job, the fun atmosphere, and socializing while working. The pay is alright, plus tips weekly. Nice co-workers and supervisors. Free foods, and drinks all you can. My only complain is the cigarette smokes and slot machine noise. Other than that, I think this is the job that I can grow old with.

Then all of a sudden, another job offer came, this Hospital called me and offering me a better pay plus good health insurance, retirement plan, pharmacy enrollment and a raise every year depends on the yearly evaluation of job performance. I am not a nurse or my profession is not in the medical field, so not sure if I will be happy, I will be just a plain hospital worker in the dietary department, feeding patients. My family thinks I'm nuts for even considering not accepting the job. My husband, however, wants me to be happy in my career.

So to sum it up should I stay at my job where I am actually happy and relaxed, although not challenged, or should I go to the job where I'll learn/earn more and get set up for a career in medical field later? (kahit pharmacy tech lang basta health related)