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Rich Rule

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About Rich Rule

  • Birthday 13/09/1974

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  • Location:
    Nesoddtangen - Norway
  • Interests
    Trees, Thai Boxing, Snowboarding,
  • Occupation
    Ekspert Trepleie AS - Arborist / Freelance Climber

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  1. When you’re young and ambitious it is easy to make a decision like that. YOLO. Do it before birds, kids and mortgages IMO.
  2. Good decision. Have fun, learn loads and come back a better, all round tree worker. UK trees will seem like midgets compared to some of the trees you will see in Oz. Good luck.
  3. Do you work with Navin? Have we met? I used to do a fair bit of work with Navin. Climbed for him on Assessment days for his Arb Approved contractor status. Good guy.
  4. https://youtu.be/ExlaAnSkEq0?si=VKHXVeU-PiYf1PdY
  5. Tired after playing in the snow.
  6. gotta get to the dor tho 1st? It isn’t hard to use these tools, proof read, proof read again and send offers that are grammatically correct. You are not texting your friends.
  7. Good luck. I am trying not to be too critical here but learn how to form a sentence, use capital letters and punctuation. It may be trivial but the first impressions stand out. That was my first impression. If you send an offer out to a potential client, at least spell check it and use correct punctuation. There are plenty of tools out there to help. Don’t just take pride in your practical work. Take pride in offering your services in a professional, presentable manner. Good luck.
  8. “No replacement for displacement “
  9. Q: What did the egg say to the boiling water? A: I just got laid and you expect me to be hard again in 3 minutes!
  10. Not the two elderly gentlemen I was referring to. Edit: I see someone posted a picture of the Circus duo together with their lovely assistant. Both looked like a bit of a sorry sight. Kind of like an Arb version of mutton dressed as Lamb.
  11. Clowns. Sorry, I meant to say esteemed Arb instructors.
  12. There was a couple of court Jesters at the recent APF/Arb shows doing demonstrations in that comical get-up.


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