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ahhh, my boring life seems so much better now. i was an auto mechanic for a few years there. now i drive a roadside service vehicle with a 3G laptop playing on dyxum.
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I am a agile software project manager (Certified Scrum Master) and I love it! It helps pay for all my expensive "toys."

My other hobby is synchronizing Christmas lights to music!

but that is a winter hobby and camera are a summer hobby. (Really they both fill up my full year when I have time!)

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Originally posted by kelly41 kelly41 wrote:



Have you been looking at my Role Description....?

Welcome another Scientist!!
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Originally posted by kelly41 kelly41 wrote:

looks like the UK is producing a good crop of scientists

ive not long finished my PhD in the co-modulation of apoptosis and the cell cycle. Started a job making drugs for clinical trials last year

what do you do?


Couldn't be further from you - I'm a Technical Director in Analytical/Measurement Science working in Fragrance and Flavour research!

BTW - didn't understand much of what you did for your PhD but, boy, it sounded impressive!!

Best regards, Neil.
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A+ certified computer Tech for the State of Florida. Right now manning the Technical assistance call center..... sigh. I liked it better when I was a main frame operator, had much more time for my photography addiction.
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I am an officer of the law!
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Originally posted by Dave W Dave W wrote:

I am an officer of the law!

Dave, are you really a copper? That's cool. I've checked your profile and there is no info on your location but wherever you are you are a star. I have a lot of respect for the law enforcement community. They do an amazing job in a predjudised society and generally have the patience of saints. They are abused, attacked, misunderstood and generally hated until they are needed and then they are the best thing since sliced bread.

Wherever you are a bobby, take care. There are some disgusting people out there but I'm sure you are well aware of that.

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Head engineer for strategic machinery - classy title ain it
What I actually do is take care (school crews, take care of service problems, hydraulic/pneumatic/electric failures ...) of railroad machinery that maintains and builds railroads.
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I am selling power generators like these..
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Hi all i'm a pharmacy student
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Well, since my last post I've upgraded and can drive everything that's got wheels except motorbikes, but prefer driving trucks UK based rigids and artics
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I'm a Wine Merchant based in FLAT Cambridge - so I drive 2 hours in any direction as often as I possibly can to find a hill
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