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    Premium locker room sauna or GTFO.
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    Why measure dicks?
    Measure nipple length.
    Imagine a half blown up twister (animal) balloon. Puffy nipples count towards the length too.
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    Alright you know the rules boys. You start at the base, and file down the smega. I dont want no cheat inches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arcticcat522 View Post
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    Nope. In order to figure it out, wouldn't you need to make a lot of assumptions? Like how much I put into RRSP, how much I work, what type of overtime agreement/arrangement I have...ECT.
    You said 42% deduction for 1/2 the year as employee and less afterwards, that means you made ~$55K for 6 months. If your 2nd half/6 months hold out the same, you clear $110K.

    Of course their are other variables.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xtrema View Post
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    You said 42% deduction for 1/2 the year as employee and less afterwards, that means you made ~$55K for 6 months. If your 2nd half/6 months hold out the same, you clear $110K.

    Of course their are other variables.
    Ya, I realize the biggest thing that would help estimate was about being done cpp and ei.

    Also, I'm down to measure dick's. It's a good way to build relationships.....I love you guys.

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    feel free to go ahead and break the taboo and post your pay stub
    I think if someone starts others will follow.....I don't know why it's taboo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disoblige View Post
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    Why measure dicks?
    Measure nipple length.
    Imagine a half blown up twister (animal) balloon. Puffy nipples count towards the length too.
    Flaccid and erect? Do foreskins have to be pulled back for both?

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    Quote Originally Posted by suntan View Post
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    Flaccid and erect? Do foreskins have to be pulled back for both?
    Hopefully foreskin can be stretched for added length

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    Anyone suspected of cheating will be brought in for taste testing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Premium locker room sauna or GTFO.
    This ain't double meat at subway time.... normal locker room.

    and LOL at 2 contractors for my company being told they're not contractors.
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    Im the one with a learning disability....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtsniffer View Post
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    Wtf happened here
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Cosworth View Post
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    This ain't double meat at subway time.... normal locker room.

    and LOL at 2 contractors for my company being told they're not contractors.
    There's probably a ridiculous amount of peoplecwhomwould fall into this "I'm a contractor" but in reality could be determined to be an employee per CRA rules. Every TELUS employee I know that got packaged out and came back the next week to their exact recently vacated position as a "contractor" would fall into this category.

    Even myself, as a sub, could fall into that category as it's quite easy to settle into a routine with one company but I don't have that problem as I'm now juggling subbing to two companies with a third company wanting me to sub to them as well. Good problem to have I suppose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedog View Post
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    There's probably a ridiculous amount of peoplecwhomwould fall into this "I'm a contractor" but in reality could be determined to be an employee per CRA rules. Every TELUS employee I know that got packaged out and came back the next week to their exact recently vacated position as a "contractor" would fall into this category.

    Even myself, as a sub, could fall into that category as it's quite easy to settle into a routine with one company but I don't have that problem as I'm now juggling subbing to two companies with a third company wanting me to sub to them as well. Good problem to have I suppose.
    With some careful planning, you can definitely side step CRA rule. That's why so many temp agencies exists even the talent pool is relatively the same.

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