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I'm a shop teacher. Some days it's the best job on earth,other days I can't thank the lord enough for brown liquior. After 17 years I still have all my fingers.

Where do you teach?  I bet you know my old man.  Bruce Barnes.  He taught in Bloomington for a million years and was always involved with the MITEA.  He doesn't have all his fingers, and neither do his buddies.

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I've been a lot of things: Soldier, Security Guard, Counter Narcotics, Salesman, Factory Worker, Janitor, Electrician, Banker, and Investment Banker. I've been to school, back to school, and back to school again. Uncle Sam has recalled me to active duty twice, and I finally gave him the slip in 2006. Since then I have tried (and am succeeding) to gain so much weight that if recalled again, I can plead "too old and too fat to fight".

Currently subsidizing my gun collecting and hunting habits by doing mergers and acquisitions advisory.

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Cooter Brown
Criminal court judge. In addition to those duties I am also in charge of a Drug Court and a Mental Health Court.

I wasn't even there!  I don't even know that guy!

Why are the cops always bustin' on me!!!

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I'm self employeed.  I own an appliance repair buisness. where we repair major house hold appliances and do refrigeration. Also own an appliance parts store. We sell parts to the doit yourselfers, for appliances, vacuums, water heaters ect......
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I'm a shop teacher. Some days it's the best job on earth,other days I can't thank the lord enough for brown liquior. After 17 years I still have all my fingers.

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i too still have all my fingers after 15 years, and so does everykid that has gone through my program, thankfully  :)

brown liquior and beer, sometimes at the same time  :p

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I have my dream job, I am a GIS Specialist for a natural resource agency in North Central Minnesota (Therefore I know where all the good grouse cover is!)

Ryan

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I have my dream job, I am a GIS Specialist for a natural resource agency in North Central Minnesota (Therefore I know where all the good grouse cover is!)

Ryan

Great Scot, man, what a job for a grouse hunter!

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I enjoyed this threat...helps when reading posts...

Recently retired from education...15 years ms teacher; 25 years ms administration. Loved it but time for the opportunity to used the suit/tie and school schedule.

Currently doing some consulting/supervision of student teachers. But that is pt and focusing on running the setters and trout/striper fishing.

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Psychiatric Nursing Unit Mgr: Admissions

State Employee

~8 weeks off yearly. Approved extended leave up to 5 weeks.

Good gig.

Used to work evening shift. Would hunt, fish or golf before going in just about every day back then. Felt retired being that all my buds were at that time. Got married, fathered child, moved to day shift.

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Cooter Brown,

I am very lucky and fortunate to work where I do, and yes it is a heck of a job to have if you are a grouse hunter :)  It helps having an office across from our forester too!

Ryan

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I am currently in-between gigs.  For the last 7 years I had been a stay at home dad/homemaker.  Currently, both my kids go to Kansas State U.  Going thru the Big D right now, and because I was the stay at home dad/homemaker, I am going to get a monthly payment from my wife for life, not a lot of money, but could get by and just hunt and fish if I wanted to live on the road, which I am considering.

I am being considered for a position as an Operations Manager for a Vineyard.

Also considering starting up a small business as a handyman/gigilo.  My slogan will be, "I will always show up on time, and I may take my time doing the job, but I will always finish the job."   :D

Got a call yesterday from the folks that are starting the Vineyard, looks like they are going to make me an offer of employment Friday.  Mixed emotions, Hell ya I need a Job.  My wife is divorcing me and cutting me off, money wise that is.  Hopefully this will not cut into my bird hunting but I got a bad feeling.

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