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Discussion in 'Epic Threads' started by Pedalworld, Mar 25, 2003.
...just checking in to see who does what??
I get to drive really fast AND some folks even get out of my way!!! Every now and again you have to breathe for someone AND I get to stay up late!!!! I get to go to all the good barfights.....AND I can usually park where I please!!!
I LOVE MY JOB!!!!!
I design, repair, and build tube amps...........
I'll never get rich but it is my true love.
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Own a bookstore- anybody know where I can find a real job?
I mean, one that pays.
...responding to my wife's next command...
Music and graphic arts, a bit more of one or the other through the years. Funny thing is, whenever I'm really digging what I'm doing, it seems to pay the least... ain't that just the way?
play with words
Working as an advertising copywriter, I am, essentially, a literary whore, though not literally a whore. Or am I? Hmmmmm … we'll have to ponder that one. Oh well, it beats working for a living.
Heavy Equipment Operator
Install underground utilities(gas, electric, tv, tele, etc.).
PC & Network Support
Mo' fun than you can imagine.
Actually, I'd rather play my bass !
I own and operate a 4th Generation Hardwood Flooring business and a Photographer.....for money....
play in a band fer love......don
What Cookie said.
Work in Human Resources.....
yup, hirin' and firin'....
I´m a healer.....
LOL I work as a physiotherapist learning people to work the right way, and design working places..........part time. In the weekends I heal myself playing my tele.
Lost my job in January, hope to find a new one soon. I'd love to repair guitars and amps for a living, though, hmmm.
Programmer. The young turks fresh out of university like to call themselves "Software Engineers". I've been doing it for 15 years, and from what I can see "software engineer" means "don't have a clue". I'm a Programmer. I make things. They work. 8)
Yeah, I write the manuals and "help" for software. If it doesn't make sense, it's the developer's fault.
EDIT: Since 2003, I've changed careers. I'm now a professor of technical communication at Auburn University.
Freelance editor & writer. Make some money (darned little) in a band, but as a musician friend of mine says:
"I play for free, but get paid to move my equipment"
Programmer, who spends too much time on tele forums.