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# 191
03-15-2010, 10:53 AM
Webmaster/Information Assurance Security Officer for the US Army (civilian). I hate my current post but I love my job.

On the side I do design work for a guitar company. It's very rewarding to see my designs in the hands of pro/gigging players.
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# 192
03-15-2010, 11:01 AM
Angry Irish people phone me 8 hours each day. Sometimes I can't understand what they are saying.
I also draw comics using my STO Fleet buddies as characters. :)
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# 193
03-15-2010, 03:48 PM
Allright. I'll open up some more. I work at a Tea & Coffee shop where we sell wholesale coffee, tea, and giftware. We don't serve cups, cause we can't be bothered to convert to a restaurant and since there's a Starbucks down the street and numerious clones in the region why bother. We like our Niche.

Its a family business my father bought from the original owner. I am going to inherit it eventually with my brother. Right now my duties include, deliverys to office and restaurant accounts, store clerk stuff, web page maintenance, inventory, and cleaning. Typical in a small family business to take on multiple positions. (I do have a good understanding how to clean with a mop as well.)
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# 194
03-15-2010, 03:54 PM
I was a full time student, but last summer I helped my uncle and cousin around the farm.

This was my office when it was time to cut the hay, otherwise I was helping to tear down five miles of 4-strand barbed wire or load trailers with bales of hay. One day I was pulling something like this behind a tractor drilling some grass seed into an older alfalfa field.
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# 195
03-15-2010, 04:08 PM
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Originally Posted by JT26thES
I was a full time student, but last summer I helped my uncle and cousin around the farm.

This was my office when it was time to cut the hay, otherwise I was helping to tear down five miles of 4-strand barbed wire or load trailers with bales of hay. One day I was pulling something like this behind a tractor drilling some grass seed into an older alfalfa field.
I've spent a little bit of time working on a farm. Being a soft city guy it was an eye opener, and excellent reminder of my limits. One day though, a bunch of cows got out of their pens and were roaming around the yard and garden, and all by myself I was able to corral them back into their enclosure and close the gate. Felt pretty good about myself for awhile.
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# 196
03-15-2010, 04:11 PM
We work in construction for a private owner.

We mostly build custom foundations for the wealthy.
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# 197
03-15-2010, 06:03 PM
Plumber here and i like my job too. Do mostly new construction on houses and a few side jobs as well.
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# 198
03-16-2010, 03:28 PM
Undergrad Student, history major
Artilleryman, Florida National Guard
HVAC Mechanic.


Yup... I have three jobs.
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# 199
03-16-2010, 05:13 PM
Postal Worker
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# 200
03-16-2010, 07:40 PM
Draftsman the best way to get paid to build a house with out even lifting a hammer :p
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