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O/T Curious what all you hambers do for work?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by rustypipes, Sep 28, 2005.

  1. SUSQ
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    Bank Financial Analyst


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  2. fyrffytr1
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    I haven't read the whole thread so I may have missed some later replies but I wonder what the people who worked for/on Pontiacs are doing now?
    As for me I am a retired fire captain with 30 years service. I retired in 2005 and went to work as a trim carpenter for a custom home builder. That lasted until the bottom fell out of the construction industry in 2009.
    I thought about retiring completely but got bored sitting around the house so I went to work part time at a national auto parts store. After two months I went full time but only work 30-35 hours a week as the stores inventory management specialist. It doesn't pay much but the work is hard! The one good thing about the job is the discount on parts.
     
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  3. topher5150
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    Just accepted a temp job as a design tech at kawsaki motors. Fingers crossed that it becomes permanent
     
  4. southerncad
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    OK, I'll admit it, was in the publishing business for about 25 years, retired, got bored, became a yacht broker, got bored, started building on my Avatar, and my old wooden boat.....not bored any more!
     
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  5. lowrd
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    Foreign auto parts guy, Law Enforcement until the RA hit, then an educator until retirement in 2013.
    May be 66, but still greasy when needed to keep sane.
     
  6. flamedabone
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    I own a construction equipment repair company and look like this everyday. Hard damn work, but I smile my ass off all day long. I will NEVER go back to working for some other bozo.

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    -Abone.
     
  7. Flamedabone, I only look like that at home, but I am home all the time now.
    Bob
     
  8. Early Ironman
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    Offshore oil industry anchor handling towing and supply boat captain.
    I love my job, but it doesn't come close to being home with family and tinkering in the shop.[​IMG]


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    Union carpenter local 945!


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  10. I'll drink to that
     
  11. 63unibodyfan
    Joined: Dec 3, 2016
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    Was with Ford in parts 18 years now body shop estimator


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