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5/26/2005 3:32:53 AM
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What do you do?

Just wondering where every one works and what they do. I'm a life guard. I blow my whistle at little kids and get a tan.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] PQZ Freelance Sperm Donor "Serving Your Mom Since 1981"[/quote] Nice one man. :)--~
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  • Freelance Sperm Donor "Serving Your Mom Since 1981"
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  • Microbiology student for 8 months of the year, laborer in a salt mine 4 months of the year.
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  • Im an accountant, and a stoner. I am also broke and will cut your lawn for ten bucks. Jk...money is nothing to me, I'll cut your lawn for free.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] whats a halo [i]Your mom[/i], take that, Snowman[/quote] Stop taking cheap shots at my wife-..er...mom.
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  • I get 10$ an hour
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  • I get to go work for my family over the summer but I'm still only 14 so I can't get a real job yet. ):() [Edited on 5/27/2005]
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  • ohh yeah, I get $7.50 an hour. which is good for only being 15.
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  • I'm a helicopter pilot in the navy. I'm presently an aviation safety bubba at an Airwing.
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  • I work as a
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Twitch666 I guarentee I've had worse "jobs" my first was at my first therapeutic boarding school...I had to work on the hottest place on earth at the time digging with pick axes in extremely rocky soil a 6 foot trench for 3 miles.[/quote] Haha, that sounds like the book "Holes". As for me, I'm too lazy to bother getting a part time job (I'm still in school), so instead I work on becoming an internet geek and illegaly downloading as much music as possible.
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  • Well... Don't tell anyone but I'm a trained assasin. Sort of like a ninja but I use all new high-tech gear instead of shuriken. Actually I wash dishes for 7.00
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Halifax [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Casey I detail cars. This means I get to: --Wax --Shampoo nasty-ass carpets and upholsteries --Polish up, clean off, and generally disenfect dusty, dirty, disgusting vinyl that your idiot ass never bothered to take care of. In essence, I take care of other people's cars because they're too lazy and irresponsible to. On the bright side, I make $6.00 an hour, plus tips, which on average takes it up to about $7.25 an hour.[/quote] ...I make 20 bucks every time I mow my neighbors lawn. I happen to be 15.[/quote] Heh, me and my friend run a kind of partnership business around our neighborhood mowing lawns too. Except we make 15 per yard and we do about 10 yards a week,.....yeah.
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  • I watch porno(while my son is in our game room )and play games all day when I dont work all day for ten hours.And I also tan...
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  • [i]Your mom[/i], take that, Snowman
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  • good call...forget the hourly wage jobs...they're not gonna get me anywhere...hence why I'm joining the marines....need money for college
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Twitch666 I guarentee I've had worse "jobs" my first was at my first therapeutic boarding school...I had to work on the hottest place on earth at the time digging with pick axes in extremely rocky soil a 6 foot trench for 3 miles. my second was in a warehouse my hours were from four am (wake up drive to get there), starts at 7 am to 4:30 pm...with one thirty minute lunch break. the temperatures in the warehouse were over one hundred degrees and noone spoke english but me. I'm -blam!-ing![/quote] Which is why I said that I won't and can't -blam!-. I've had jobs that were capable of sucking the life out of you physically. I worked hard and was proud of my work, but it definitely made me want to explore my other options. I respect any person who puts in a hard days work.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Recon Number 54 I work as a consultant for an international IT corporation's healthcare division. Home is in SE Florida (for now) and I spend most of my week away from my wife, my family, my dogs and my friends. Hotels, hospitals, airports, and rental cars. Tonight I am in Palm Springs, CA. It was 105 degrees today. You think that you have a long commute to work? 9+ hours and 2,000+ miles for me just to get to work. Getting home is even more fun. My average "weekend" is <24 hours to unpack, repack, say "hello" to my wife, pet the dogs, and take a nap. It sounds like I am -blam!-ing doesn't it? I shouldn't and I am not. It's a damned interesting and challenging job. As long as the hotel has broadband and the airport has wireless access, I am good to go. My wife deserves a medal though.[/quote] I guarentee I've had worse "jobs" my first was at my first therapeutic boarding school...I had to work on the hottest place on earth at the time digging with pick axes in extremely rocky soil a 6 foot trench for 3 miles. my second was in a warehouse my hours were from four am (wake up drive to get there), starts at 7 am to 4:30 pm...with one thirty minute lunch break. the temperatures in the warehouse were over one hundred degrees and noone spoke english but me. I'm -blam!-ing! [Edited on 5/25/2005]
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  • I work as a consultant for an international IT corporation's healthcare division. Home is in SE Florida (for now) and I spend most of my week away from my wife, my family, my dogs and my friends. Hotels, hospitals, airports, and rental cars. Tonight I am in Palm Springs, CA. It was 105 degrees today. You think that you have a long commute to work? 9+ hours and 2,000+ miles for me just to get to work. Getting home is even more fun. My average "weekend" is <24 hours to unpack, repack, say "hello" to my wife, pet the dogs, and take a nap. It sounds like I am -blam!-ing doesn't it? I shouldn't and I am not. It's a damned interesting and challenging job. As long as the hotel has broadband and the airport has wireless access, I am good to go. My wife deserves a medal though.
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  • I slap out pizzas. Hell ya.
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  • Griffin Spades i ride around in a tank kicking ass protetcing the Queen.
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  • I make 10 dollars an hour and my work hours are 8-10 hours a day
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Casey I detail cars. This means I get to: --Wax --Shampoo nasty-ass carpets and upholsteries --Polish up, clean off, and generally disenfect dusty, dirty, disgusting vinyl that your idiot ass never bothered to take care of. In essence, I take care of other people's cars because they're too lazy and irresponsible to. On the bright side, I make $6.00 an hour, plus tips, which on average takes it up to about $7.25 an hour.[/quote] ...I make 20 bucks every time I mow my neighbors lawn. I happen to be 15.
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  • I detail cars. This means I get to: --Wax --Shampoo nasty-ass carpets and upholsteries --Polish up, clean off, and generally disenfect dusty, dirty, disgusting vinyl that your idiot ass never bothered to take care of. In essence, I take care of other people's cars because they're too lazy and irresponsible to. On the bright side, I make $6.00 an hour, plus tips, which on average takes it up to about $7.25 an hour.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] nightstalker_750 im a Marine by day and a roughstock rider on my days off (this means i ride very angry bulls and horses)[/quote] are they cute?
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  • I play hockey and football or go to the gun range and practice my marksmenship, but next year I'm going to a military school.
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