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post #76 of 474
I own a commercial insurance agency
post #77 of 474
pIMP'iN
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post #78 of 474
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Originally Posted by Bandwagonesque
Economist. The only unemployment that matters is my own.

Also an economist.

Used to be college professor, soon to be fed economist.

Hope to one day become major player in energy investment at some big bank/investment firm-type place and makes loads of money. How does one do that anyway? Or maybe I'll teach again.

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post #79 of 474
I operate a wisdom dispenser.
post #80 of 474
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Originally Posted by Soph

Ever run into this guy ?

post #81 of 474
I make belt buckles.
post #82 of 474
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Originally Posted by caelte
I make belt buckles.

caelte, I am a surfer, and your avatar causes me to break out in a cold sweat every time I see it.
post #83 of 474
Medical doctor (neurosurgery registrar)
post #84 of 474
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red
caelte, I am a surfer, and your avatar causes me to break out in a cold sweat every time I see it.

NR, your distress has caused me a sleepless and fitful night.

In between the tossing and turning my mind took me on flights of fancy with associations I may not have considered in a more fully conscious state.

Surfing is a Taoist activity that brings one across the edge of the civilised construct and into the actuality of the wild.

Once you have seen this place for what it is, you can never go back.

Methinks your cold sweat is prompted not by the threat but by the desire for the situation.

Oh damn, now my eye is twitching!...I need a nap.
post #85 of 474
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Originally Posted by soultek
Currently, freelance electrical engineering design work for a company that sells consumer audio products.

In the past:

DJ

In the future:

Launching my own line of studio equipment 2007


Is your consumer audio high-end stuff or mainstream?
post #86 of 474
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Originally Posted by caelte
NR, your distress has caused me a sleepless and fitful night.

In between the tossing and turning my mind took me on flights of fancy with associations I may not have considered in a more fully conscious state.

Surfing is a Taoist activity that brings one across the edge of the civilised construct and into the actuality of the wild.

Once you have seen this place for what it is, you can never go back.

Methinks your cold sweat is prompted not by the threat but by the desire for the situation.

Oh damn, now my eye is twitching!...I need a nap.

Nearly twenty years ago while on vacation surfing in Puerto Rico, I had an extremely vivid dream that a huge shark came up right underneath me and bit me clean in half. When I described the dream to a friend the next day, he explained that the Native Americans believed that if you had a dream about being eaten by an animal, then that was your spirit animal and it would protect you. I've never worried about sharks since, but that picture still freaks me out.
post #87 of 474
I'm fairly sure that pic is on the internet as one of the verified urban legend, doctored photo types of things
post #88 of 474
I am 15 years old, and yes I do make a living for myself
I work at the library shelving books and working in customer service, and I also work at my church occasionally. Pays out well overall, I'm saving up for a trip to Venice (if the girl I love is still around) and if that doesn't work, London. Plus saving for a nice gift for her before she leaves for college. Otherwise I don't have too much to spend on!

Brian
post #89 of 474
Architect.
post #90 of 474
I'm a screenwriter.
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