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post #31 of 474
computer engineer thingy
post #32 of 474
Biz dev for a major tech company's mobile division.
post #33 of 474
Dilettante
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
involved in steel and soymilk.
Sounds kinky.
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This is going to come as something of a shock, but I'm a lawyer. More specifically (although not that specifically) I'm a litigator, handling complex civil litigation and white collar criminal matters.
And, of course, a dad -- by far the more important and rewarding of my two eponymous jobs.
post #36 of 474
Merely a student. Not sure what to do with my life just yet...
post #37 of 474
professor of design /painting -but some days feel more like an expensive babysitter....
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
involved in steel and soymilk.

Such obviously related areas. Intriguing.
post #39 of 474
Med student, photographer, and soon-to-be casino shill.
post #40 of 474
College student who, now that he thinks about it, has just about run down the salary from the only job (at a hedge fund) he's ever held. Coincidentally, what is probably the first purchase I made with that money (boots) just arrived at the shop today and will be in my hands right when I finish exams this week and get ready to head back East (by going west). Unsure about the future.
post #41 of 474
I sell wares to nations left unmentioned.
post #42 of 474
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red
Such obviously related areas. Intriguing.

Quite dull actually. The steel biz is family owned and I run middle management. The soymilk is a start-up with a couple of friends- we just started distribution a month ago and I'm elated people are buying it.
post #43 of 474
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad
This is going to come as something of a shock, but I'm a lawyer. More specifically (although not that specifically) I'm a litigator, handling complex civil litigation and white collar criminal matters.
And, of course, a dad -- by far the more important and rewarding of my two eponymous jobs.


So you lead a double life then? Wonderful good guy father at home then the devil's tool at work.
post #44 of 474
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
Quite dull actually. The steel biz is family owned and I run middle management. The soymilk is a start-up with a couple of friends- we just started distribution a month ago and I'm elated people are buying it.
Ah, that's right. I forgot your girlfriend's father owns a steel company.
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
I sell wares to nations left unmentioned.
Arms dealer?
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