What do u do for a living

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    matthewsaenz
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    I’ve been with the LAPD for almost 22 years.  This pic is with my middle kid at a Kings hockey game last year.

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    Bruce
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    “matthewsaenz”I’ve been with the LAPD for almost 22 years.  This pic is with my middle kid at a Kings hockey game last year.

    
A big thank you for the work you do.

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    xarus
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    I have been a extrusion tech for the last 25 years. (WTF is a extrusion tech you say) I make plastic fuel and brake lines for most automotive manufacturers world wide.

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    John_in_Ma
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    “xarus”I have been a extrusion tech for the last 25 years. (WTF is a extrusion tech you say) I make plastic fuel and break lines for most automotive manufacturers world wide.

    
Can I get a lifetime supply for my altima?

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    John_in_Ma
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    Until a wildfire firefighter comes forward you win.

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    matthewsaenz
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A big thank you for the work you do.

    
It’s my pleasure, you’re welcome.

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    glassman
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    I am a self employed Glazing contractor. Hence the moniker of “Glassman”

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    xarus
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    John_in_Ma

    “xarus”I have been a extrusion tech for the last 25 years. (WTF is a extrusion tech you say) I make plastic fuel and break lines for most automotive manufacturers world wide.

    
Can I get a lifetime supply for my altima?

    Wish I could help you out but I’m all booked up tell July.

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    Kev
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    I’m a recently retired high school administrator and athletic director.  This forum has been a great airgun education for me.

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    ztirffritz
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    At the moment I do nothing. After nearly 20 years my employer decided I cost too much and cut me loose. I spent 1 year as the HR Manager, 3 years as supervisor/manager in our fabrication department, 10 years as the IT Manager, 2 years as Continuous Improvement Manager, and 2 years as a Quality Engineer. My degrees are in Plastic Engineering and Mechanical Engineering but since the employer never used either much my skills are a bit dated. If anyone needs a chameleon like jack of all trades let me know.  Until then I’ve been brushing up on my slingshot and archery skills. Now that the snow is starting to melt I’m breaking out the airguns too. 

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    ztirffritz
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    “xarus”I have been a extrusion tech for the last 25 years. (WTF is a extrusion tech you say) I make plastic fuel and break lines for most automotive manufacturers world wide.

    
I worked in profile extrusion for nearly 20 years. Mostly work for Boeing and Airbus. 

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    gman2020
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    Retired. One of the joys of retirement has been to focus on a few important things: family, volunteering at my church, and spending time outdoors. I have some friends who didn’t really know what to do with themselves in retirement, really sad. In my case I focused on things that I had always enjoyed but didn’t have the time to fully commit to while working a demanding office job. As far as being able to afford expensive airguns, I prioritize. I live a simple life and have never acquired a lot of stuff. That habit has allowed me to spend money on the things that are important to me.

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    N2AirJun
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    I work for SFPD impound.. Any vehicle that gets towed for any reason I will see it.

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    Cone
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    I’m a foreman at a Volvo dealership. 

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    BillH
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    I maintain methane gas systems on landfills. 

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    gamyrick
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    I fight “a never ending battle for truth, justice and the American way” at home and abroad.

    I though that someone might recognize the above line from the Superman TV show with George Reeves. I guess I was wrong. No matter where in the world I was stationed, when I called my Mom, she would ask what I was up-to and I would reply with the above statement and she would laugh.

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    H0rizonfire
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    There seems to be a rather large mix of proffesions here! Just to add into the confusion I am a Cyber Security Analyst / Penetration Tester. Basically people pay me to break into thier computers/network, and then tell them they should install updates and stop using Password1 for all thier logins. : ).

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    ajsantiago
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    Got out the Army, and now I’m a full time student.

    Checked out my LinkedIN though: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ajsanti

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    trey10130
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    I am a technician at a local Honda dealership going on 7 years now. A little more boring than some of these other professions! 

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    Brian.in.MI
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    Firefighter EMT and performance/tactical  driving instructor. Senior rescue truck driver at Circuit of the Americas (Formula 1 track in Austin, TX). D.O.D contractor for pre-deployment driver training of our nation’s finest. Have worked as a pro driver for Marlboro, Verizon, Penske, General Motors and NOS energy drinks. Would love to say “never a dull moment” but there are a few. And yes, bottom right pic is supposed to be cheesy. 

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