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post #1861 of 2047

Working at a CPA firm, and studying for the CPA exam.  Only been out of college for about 3 years now.  Also, help coach a college lacrosse team with the limited spare time I have.

post #1862 of 2047
Retired, worked for Canadian National Railways for 35 years.
Bought a Bradley Smart Smoker and loving it.
post #1863 of 2047
I have done many things. From a professional baker to residential property manager. Most recently and for the last 12 years commercial/multifamily flooring sales. Looking for a new job after a relocation from MD to SWFL

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post #1865 of 2047
Maintenance Manager by day. Fishing Guide by night.
post #1866 of 2047

Im a journeyman millwright at a power plant. Ive been working in the field for 25 years.

post #1867 of 2047
Hello. I'm retired after being an Operator in coal fired power plants for 39 years so i too have worked my share of shifts and holidays. We live in Georgia and have a second home in North Carolina. My hobby is collecting (accumulating according to my wife) guns. Because of the war on coal they closed down the last plant I worked at (28 years). As an aside they dynamited the 1000 ft stack a couple weeks ago. If your interested search YouTube for Plant Branch stack. There are a bunch of videos but a 6 minute one made by CDI, the company that did the demo is the best in my opinion. Here is a link. Happy smoking.
Edited by string1946 - 11/6/16 at 3:59pm
post #1868 of 2047
Union journeyman ironworker looking to become a journeyman bbq smoker before reaching retirement
Edited by newbee smoker - 11/12/16 at 11:26am
post #1869 of 2047

Retired technical manager  ( glass container manufacturing ) from the US living in Thailand. Full time master of wasting time in pursuit of whatever I feel like now! 

post #1870 of 2047
Have you guys seen that new Ben Affleck movie "The Accountant"? Yeah that's me. I have a CPA license and work as an international banker.
post #1871 of 2047

Full Time: Probation Officer for 11 years.... Part Time: Clerk at Jail & Sports Clerk at local paper  Unpaid: Volunteer Firefighter for 22 years.

post #1872 of 2047

Own my own automotive repair shop.

post #1873 of 2047
Retired RN. Biker, grandfather, writer, dreamer, meat smoker. Logistics volunteer at our local festivals and events. Also a wine maker and drinker as well as a seriously out there atheist and humanitarian.
post #1874 of 2047

I'm retired a little over a year now. Loving it. Before, I was a Mechanical Engineer for 40 years, did everything from design, process/product engineering, some supervising. When I retired I was the CMM programmer/operator, used 4 different types of CAD, plus ran the Calibration program.

Now I smoke stuff, drink craft beer, read and do a variety of projects around our house that was built in the 1890s. Haven't gotten bored yet.

post #1875 of 2047
I do lawn care, I also sell at the flee market now. I have line cooked, stripped hwy and parking lots, done right of way clearing..buried cable with phone co., made trusses, man holes and concrete pipe maker, furniture maker, and a few others. Love the lawn care the best, in it for 20 years here in Florida.
post #1876 of 2047
I noticed everyone here posting is proud of what they do and it's nice to read about other people occupations.
post #1877 of 2047

Retired Fire Captain. Rode fire engines and ambulances for 30 years. I'm enjoying retirement as much as I enjoyed working!

post #1878 of 2047
I am a retired truck driver
post #1879 of 2047
Heavy haul truck driver. I move all the road construction equipment that my company owns. I get the thrill of weighing almost 200,000 lbs(with the heaviest pieces) hammerin down the road at 70+ mph untill I have to pull up a hill. Been doing this and running equipment almost 17 years now. It hasn't all been fun but it pays well and has great benefits.
post #1880 of 2047

Was a truck driver for 3 years out of high school. This past July I took over my uncles pest control business of over 40 years. Not as fun as my trucking job but it pays better and is better long term. I'll be buying it from him this year. Trying to learn smoking as a hobby 

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