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Russell
Baby Sitter...I work for a large Facility Services company and as part of the middle management abyss. Getting other people to work is not very enjoyable or rewarding. I guess it pays the bills.

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gspdad
I have been a equipment mechanic for the last 25 yrs. I work for the local city government taking care of the parks dep't equipment. Like the work mostly, can't beat the gov. benefits.

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Fin2Feather
I'm in sales for a design/build firm building banks and credit unions.

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Wisconsin
I am self employed and work outdoor full time and build things with my hand

What do you do with the other hand Gary? :D

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gundogpa

I work for one of the big 3 auto manufacturers.

Toyota?

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Breakfast Boy
I work for one of the big 3 auto manufacturers.

Toyota?

Oh, you're funny.  Absolute riot.  Okay, let me rephrase it...

I work for one of the small 3 auto manufacturers that are struggling to survive.

Happy now?  Bonehead.

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WPG Gizmo
I am self employed and work outdoor full time and build things with my hand

What do you do with the other hand Gary? :D

I keep it in the pocket of the folks I am doing the work for as long as they have money they get to keep me around :D

Jeeze you leave one little letter and everyone bust your chops :D

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steve schultz

Outlaw

 I work 2pm to 11pm on the 25th. But when you come back we will be in the middle of the RNC. So if you see an old bald guy in a swat uniform carrying an M-4 when you gat back thats me.

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thornvalley

What I do is inconsequential.

I have recently dedicated my remaining miserable existence to the investigation into exactly HOW Jim McCann manged to steal my life.

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jmelgaard
I keep it in the pocket of the folks I am doing the work

Jeeze you leave one little letter and everyone bust your chops :D

pocket pool in someone elses pocket????

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Tony Cote
I currently work for an engineering firm in the capacity of senoir electrical designer/drive system specialist.  I have spent the majority of my adult life working in the electrical field in one manner or another.  All good, well except for a few times when I touched things I shouldn't have.  I did have a gig last fall where my dogs and I did a little bit of guiding at a commercial shooting preserve.  That actually turned out to be a rewarding experience and I hope to do a little more of that again this year.

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Guest
Technical support and installer for a pharmacy software company

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Bryan Lee

Applications Department Manager for a privately owned medical equipment manufacturer. We specialise in selling and leasing systems to treat kidney stones and plantar fasciitis.

Formally trained as a Radiologic technologist and Renal Lithotripsy Specialist.

Have been in healthcare for 19 years.

Bryan

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jdligon
I'm in Federal Law Enforcement, mainly in the "exportation" area.  I enjoy it, which is good since I have about 20 years to go.  I've been able to work all over Texas and Arizona, and am now closer to good bird hunting and more civilized living.

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Devildog
First career retired Marine Corps Officer (24 years). Second career (since 2000) States Chief Technology Officer.  Was not ready for retirement first time around. I am now warming up to the idea and actually looking foreward to the next "retirement" which will be, at most, in 7 years.  Dogs should be ready by then as well.

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