The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by rustypipes, Sep 28, 2005.
That's freakin' cool!!!!!...
Television Camera Operator/Photographer for 25 years now. Blessed to have shot a million different things and travel the world. Need to do more car stuff though.
I persuade people. When I joined the HAMB, I worked in advertising, persuading people.
Kustom Falcon Build Thread:
I'm uh... married to uh.. Britney Spears, yeah that's right. Britney Spears.
You poor guy....
J.I.W. Union Ironworker 33 years
I work for Target, stocking in the early morning and I go to school full time rtying to get a degree in biotechnology
Lithotripsy tech. Assist Urologists to crush kidney stones. I have been doing it for 20 years.
Own and run a T Bucket shop. Build and fab hot rod parts.
Way better than being married to Lindsay Lohan train wreck
I'm a Turdologist, laymans terms I run a Wastewater Treatment Plant for a small township, about 28 years of playing in other peoples shit. Why would anyone play in other peoples shit?
I work for Fosses Hot Rods and Cool Cars. I do everything but paint and bondo. I get paid to work on hot rods. Still can't believe sometimes. God is good to me!
Pipeliner for a major oil company, 38 years, retiring next month.
worked 3 years as a parts man at local ford dealer, spent 4 years as a c-141 aircraft mechanic with the air force in tacoma, wa., and was able to retire early after 30 years as a journeyman cable splicer with verizon. been retired 11 years and have built and enjoyed 4 cars.
Casino dealer, flipped houses for awhile.
Casino dealer, flipped houses for awhile, retired now.
Work, why would I want to screw up my days by work. Retired 12 years ago March 1 ,2001. I hope to live a long time and take the system for a few million.
Chef all of my life, taught Culinary Arts college level for 18 years, working my tail off again at a small private university.
started as a pipefitter and welder in 87, have been a safety trainer and safety manager for the past 8 years.
i am a aviation software certification engineer. what does that mean...i do a lot paperwork before we release new software.
Teacher in a private school for five years, armed security at a nuclear power plant for ten years, warehouse lead for thirteen years and now a corporate security supervisor for the past three years. So far, this is the best paying one and the easiest. Good client and environment to work in. The company I work for is sort of "meh", but they could be worse.
I'm a owner/partner in a Custom Crush Winery here in Sonoma County. We crush for roughly 36 small producers and take the grapes all the way thru fermentation, aging, and onto bottling. It pays the bills and provides a list of challenges for sure!
Food grade sanitizing engineer / consultant. Most people don't want to know what I do.
I teach. Sixth graders. Its perfect for me because I think exactly like they do.
I am a field service tech for Wiese, we are a CAT fork truck dealer. I basically travel around in a van by myself and call on my accounts, servicing their forklifts and repairing them as necessary.
I'm the head auto painter for one of the biggest collision shops in the southeast..good job but the production part of it gets old...that's why i do hot rods in my down time.
Worked in a warehouse for 27 years, 34 years total with Teamsters, retired in '03.
Boy-toy for the wife now.
Im a trained electromechanic, but havent worked as such for many years. I have installed and repaired cranes, elevators and other stuff for many years. 7 years ago i startet in the oilbusiness as an electrician on and production platform. 2 years ago i changed to be an operator on an productionplatform in the danish part of the Northsea. A very cold and windy place to earn money.
I work for 2 weeks and then have 3 weeks of. A nice rotation.
What is this retirement thing you guys keep talking about?
hazardous gas relocation specialist.
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