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post #1361 of 1862
Finished 35 yrs 5/31/13. Left as senior Lt. & training officer.
post #1362 of 1862

where did you work?

post #1363 of 1862
Private Jet mechanic

post #1364 of 1862

I worked at the Savannah River Site for 30 years.

post #1365 of 1862
Warehouse and logistics manager for a plumbing and heat supply house... Been there 6 yrs and before that installed boilers and furnaces
post #1366 of 1862
Claims Adjuster
post #1367 of 1862

I am trained as an insurance professional with thirty-five years of experience.

My other duty is being a full-time PAPA to my wonderful grandchildren. Two

I raise and two we babysit. Always priceless moments with them each day.

post #1368 of 1862
I am a network engineer. However, on 4-20-14, I went through a liver transplant. My job "should be held, but if anyone is hiring, let me know.

Love Kansas City style bbq, not the sweet stuff. Just my opinion, not ring to start anything. I wanted to brew my own beer, but since the liver failure, alcohol is out. So I decided to hone my BBQ talent. I have been s judge in the American Royal contest, consider myself knowledgeable, but am still learning.
post #1369 of 1862

Turf Equipment Manager for a private golf course in Colorado, I have been in mechanics for about 15 years, from A-10s in the Air Force, to boats, snow cats, ski lifts, vehicles, heavy equipment, you name it, I have probably worked on it.

post #1370 of 1862
I am a professional photographer and work 34 years for the same pro lab. Been shooting pictures since I was eight
post #1371 of 1862
Originally Posted by sisco View Post

I'm curious to learn what y'all do to support this and your other hobbies.

(I did do a search for this topic, couldn't find any evidence that this subject has come up before; if it has point me in the right direction!)

Myself, I've worked for the same company for 27 years - a fossil fueled (coal) power generation station. Worked rotating shifts for most of those years as a control room operator. Last July I took the salaried position of Database Coordinator; straight days, weekends & holidays off.
I am a self employed electrical contractor.I specialize in historic (over 100 yr old) home renovations and standby generator installations.we hunt and fish a lot.you haven, t lived till you have tried my smoked duck and goose breasts.
post #1372 of 1862
I'm fourteen but I work on a ranch in the summer to buy meat and ingredients
post #1373 of 1862
Locomotive engineer for a class 1 railroad.
post #1374 of 1862

I run a graphic design firm in Boston. We do web, motion graphics, 3d and print. Clients include Gillette, Hasbro, Cisco, CBS sports and more. Let me know if you ever need anything!!!



post #1375 of 1862

Retired US Marine since 1 March 1973

post #1376 of 1862

Wishing I had a cool job like some of you guys!  Ihave raised cattle, farmed,ect.

Currently restore antique and classic vehicles, do welding and light fab.

post #1377 of 1862
Originally Posted by java View Post

Wishing I had a cool job like some of you guys!  Ihave raised cattle, farmed,ect.

Currently restore antique and classic vehicles, do welding and light fab.

I remember those days when I was younger and couldnt wait to get off the ranch and do something exciting with my life.After all those years of doing exciting things I am back to Farming and Ranching and wondering why I ever left hahahahahaha

post #1378 of 1862

Installed high end security systems (biometrics, intrusion dopplers, microwaves, fiber...yada yada) for Homeland No Security, Government Agencies, Airports, Police....blah blah blah. I was in a motorcycle accident last year - the guy in the tank (1971 Pontiac) was texting and driving. Needless to say, he rear ended and ran me over while I was taking a nice quiet Sunday morning drive on my Harley Road King Classic. My girl (the bike) didn't make it and I was in the hospital for 2 months. I'm okay, still rehabbing - all metal in my arms and wrists, but still intact. I am out on SS disability now - so I guess that makes me retired (for now).

post #1379 of 1862

I hear ya Dan, I didnt leave the farming and ranching cause I wanted to.

post #1380 of 1862

I worked for a large oil company and was the one whose phone rang in the middle of the night when all heck was breaking loose. Retired for 8 years.

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