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    Default line of work

    more demographic fun.

    what is your line of work?

    if you're retired, use your previous line of work, although it would be interested to see how many people can retire if they buy ML equipment
     
    CLS system here.

    walk gently. leave a good impression.

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    Public school administrator.
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    EDI Manager for Peet's Coffee & Tea Company.
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    Firefighter/Paramedic

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    Network Design Engineer - computers
    working as a contractor assign to the U.S. Government

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    Financial Controller in a multinational company
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    Senior Engineer (Mechanical): Automotive Safety Restraints

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    I'm told that I am a Design Professional by my insurance company - Architect .
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    Electrical systems designer for an engineering consulting firm. Damm that sounds impressive I should say that all the time.

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    Professionnal fencing coach since 1976. I also worked as a computer consultant from 1987 to 2003.
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    High Voltage Installation Engineer.

    I work on the Maintenance of Power Substations in buildings up to 66Kv,
    Implementing Safety procedures,
    and Staff Training.


    Well I used to, Now I am retired, at 29

    I am now a House Dad for the last 6 years, and Look after our 18 month old Son, Lawrence.


    Cheers
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by HK-Steve
    High Voltage Installation Engineer.

    I work on the Maintenance of Power Substations in buildings up to 66Kv,
    Implementing Safety procedures,
    and Staff Training.


    Well I used to, Now I am retired, at 29

    I am now a House Dad for the last 6 years, and Look after our 18 month old Son, Lawrence.


    Cheers
    Steve
    retired, at 29

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    Self employed chimney sweep for the past 27 years. Last of 3 children graduates from college this May. Gee, maybe I can retire, too. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by EricE
    retired, at 29
    That must mean your wife works - what does she do?

    Oh, btw, I'm a QA software engineer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Donnell
    Self employed chimney sweep for the past 27 years. Bill
    Hmmm, a couple of years ago i had a squirrel fall down the chimney and get stuck on the damper. i only fell of the roof once
    CLS system here.

    walk gently. leave a good impression.

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