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    Quote Originally Posted by zaphod
    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
    Ouch...I've been lucky, knock on wood. Squirrels are great sales aids - nothing like a dead, stinkin squirrel to promp a quick call to the chimney sweep. A cleaning and a stainless steel cap sale to prevent further occurances is practically guaranteed.

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    Yep, You guessed it Peter.

    My Wife works for Dow Chemical as a Global Supply and Packaging Manager.

    Dow has relocated us from Melbourne-Australia, then put us in Hong Kong for 2 1/2 years, and now we are in Switzerland. We have been here for 2 1/4 years now, and another move to ShangHai is on the cards at the end of this year.

    Cheers
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    Operations manager for an international network security/telephony management company.

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    I'm head of Software Development for Euromaster (Supply / Distribution arm of Michelin Tyre in Europe).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Donnell
    Ouch...I've been lucky, knock on wood. Squirrels are great sales aids - nothing like a dead, stinkin squirrel to promp a quick call to the chimney sweep. A nice stainless steel cap sale to prevent further occurances is practically guaranteed.

    Bill
    i suspect that a dead squirrel is easier to get out via the damper than a live one would be.

    for what it's worth, to get the live one out i dropped a 20' length of 1" rope down the chimney. he scrambled up the rope and out.

    then i put wire mesh around the cap vents that were obviously squirrel size.
    CLS system here.

    walk gently. leave a good impression.

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    Sound Engeneer Live/Theatre

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    Financial Controler and G&A Manager in a non profit association wich made training and help unemployed people to find a job.

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    Meteorological Technician for the Canadian Federal Government for 40 years. Just retired a month ago ... and loving it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiDefBob
    Meteorological Technician for the Canadian Federal Government for 40 years. Just retired a month ago ... and loving it!
    Welocme aboard fellow Canuck

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    My children support me, in the manner to which, I've grown accoustom...
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    Well, I wish it were true....

    I'm a Health Care Supervisor, for the State of California. I have worked, for the State of California, for over 25 years.

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    Hmmm . . . Let's see, I was a Lutheran minister, serving 3 congregations in 15 years. After a divorce, I became a Systems Administrator, eventually working my way up to Systems Engineer, designing and maintaining VERY large disc arrays.

    After a motorcycle accident 4 years ago, I have been mostly retired (doing occasional consulting). This just means that I have a lot of time for my audiophilia . . .

    Peace,

    Neshamah

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    Sr. Oracle Programmer Analyst - Currently application support and data warehousing specialist for a large consulting/outsource corporation.

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    I am a Realtor. I specialize in new construction homes. I am a listing agent for a builder South of Seattle. Been doing this for 11 years.

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    Um, listening to music is my job. 'swhat I tell my wife, anyway. But for some reason I keep being shooed out the door to put in hours as a UI designer for a human resources software firm.

    Wow, I can't believe the diversity we represent here - it's really cool. I bet most marketing consultants would've predicted we'd be a homogenous group of yuppies. Just goes to show that love of great sound knows no boundaries.

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