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09/02/2003 10:40:31 PM · #151
Beer guzzling, pizza eating, slob. :D

Not really... Software Developer
09/02/2003 10:42:35 PM · #152
Originally posted by ChrisW123:

Beer guzzling, pizza eating, slob. :D

... Software Developer

It's not necessary to be redundant -- we understood you perfectly the first time!</satire>
09/02/2003 10:48:37 PM · #153
LOL, I guess I WAS a little redundant wasn't I? :D
09/02/2003 11:08:52 PM · #154
i'm over at the "happiest place on earth" ... well to those who visit ... gotta love that "Mickey Mouse" operation they got running down here in FL - hehehe

I book vacations for people who wanna come to Walt Disney World ... "Thank you for calling Walt Disney World Reservations, How may I help you?"
09/02/2003 11:29:04 PM · #155
Past life: professional recorder player
Present life: university lecturer in English
Future life: .... is there life beyond DPC?
09/03/2003 12:15:39 AM · #156
Stuntman....
09/03/2003 01:09:10 AM · #157
I do a lot of things in my branch, so I´m like a financial manager.... and, of course, I´m student, too...
09/03/2003 01:14:06 AM · #158
Originally posted by tfaust:

Good place to vent - lots of people listen... :-)

Well, if Arizona is interesting you, I'll check with a few teachers I know...


Thanks. I actually applied in the Phoenix area. All of the replies I got back were "Get your AZ teaching certification before we'll even look at your application." I actually just got an email like that today.
09/03/2003 01:51:17 AM · #159
Originally posted by Everyday Renee:

DougPaz -- I'd love to hear all about what you do and how you got involved! I'm so envious...


I second that.

People here have cool jobs...
09/03/2003 02:41:20 AM · #160
SOme month ago I used to be a fitness/aerobic instructor, now seeing I got too much into photography I work as a professional photographer'S assistant. It is real fun - though it is sometimes boring to photograph socks for catalogs :-)
09/03/2003 04:00:53 AM · #161
Everyone loves me at least once in a lifetime at one o'clock in the morning......I am.....The pizza guy!
09/03/2003 08:23:35 AM · #162
Originally posted by jdw91479:

Thanks. I actually applied in the Phoenix area. All of the replies I got back were "Get your AZ teaching certification before we'll even look at your application." I actually just got an email like that today.



That doesn't make much sense (maybe cuz I'm not a teacher?) - that would make it pretty difficult for any teachers who want to move here, but can't until they have a job. Now I'm curious - I think I'm still going to ask my teacher friends next time I see any of them.
09/03/2003 09:09:43 AM · #163
Operating Room Coordinator.
09/03/2003 09:23:28 AM · #164
stay-at-home Mom
09/03/2003 09:43:46 AM · #165
Originally posted by jdw91479:

unemployed. I'm really glad I have that degree though (halway sarcastic).

Anyone know where they're hiring elementary school teachers? I hear about this huge need for teachers, but I can't seem to find a job anywhere near an area I'd want to work.


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drop me an email. would you like to come to teach english in china???
09/03/2003 10:00:13 AM · #166
truck driver (local only)
formerly was a systems analyst for 19 years
09/03/2003 10:11:15 AM · #167
CNC programmer. Feels strange to call myself a programmer when I really copy other peoples drawing in Autocad. I do dabble in a bit of VB tho now and then when I get a bright idea.
I simply draw shapes (flanges, brackets, odd plates, signs, etc) and a laser will cut em out of steel or plastic or rubber or wood or...except glass.
Hadnt heard of it until I got the job and have been doing it for a little over 2 years and its my first job and bludging now so I have to go.
09/03/2003 11:55:32 AM · #168
I'm a structural engineer.
09/03/2003 01:47:11 PM · #169
I was laid off from Sierra Online, a video game development company over a year and a half ago. Since then I have been trying to survive as freelance graphic artist and fine artist. Very tough to do but a lot of fun.

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06/08/2004 09:03:14 PM · #170
Second-grade-elementary-school's teacher

and i love it !!

but when i'm off, it's sometimes sooooo pleasant to deal with a camera instead of 25 children ! ;-)
06/08/2004 09:06:26 PM · #171
Fraud investigations for mortgage companies, and some QC. All by accident!!!!!!!
06/08/2004 09:11:07 PM · #172
Creative Director for a web development agency: DDSN Interactive


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06/08/2004 09:11:49 PM · #173
I am a Zookeeper at the Montgomery Zoo
06/08/2004 09:12:03 PM · #174
I'm a certified school counselor for pregnant and parenting teens in a local school district. Let me tell you, it's like having 50-some-odd teenage daughters. No wonder the Almighty saw it fit to give me three sons of my own! :o)


06/08/2004 09:14:04 PM · #175
Still installing sprinkler systems.
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