Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by DexterDay, Jan 1, 2013.
HMFIC for a big black dog that sells pellets and stoves.
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Wow, HMFIC, I haven't seen that one in a while....
Retired Firefighter on my days off worked as anElectrican then after retiring from the FD worked for IBEW and opened a Business with a friend selling Cars and Motorcycles ! By now my dream was to do nothing that has come and gone last child just got out of college and is looking at Grad school !
Comcast installer. Yes I go into your homes and fix your cable.
Pellet stove cleaner.
DOLLARBILL, point the college grad to the job (career) sites and say make it on someone else's nickel. It may take awhile but a lot of employers will pay for the courses.
I work on the innernets. So, it's hard to explain but I co own a
small business and I'm the programmer/developer of the company.
I was going solo from 2001-2011 ish, but merged with two other
guys (one designer one marketer) so now we are well rounded!
Engineer, carpenter, business owner, today mostly retired (except for cleaning pellet stove).
I do office work in a hospital.
Stay at home mom of 4 girls and a wife. Yes - I like to cook, clean, and stay home. No complaints
I've been in prison for the last 25 plus yrs. I'm about to retire though.
I wish I could see some of the facial expressions right about now.
Currently retired and loving it. I spend my summers fly fishing for trout and golfing, while my winters are spent keeping my quarter mile drive blown out and ice fishing for large lake trout. I spent twenty years as an engineer in the glass container industry, until 1987, when I took a voluntary separation package and moved to the mountains of Colorado. I worked in the ski industry until retiring in 2008, not as an engineer.
I chose my occupation as my screen name. Which ironically, shows an extreme lack of imagination. I should be ashamed!
Swimming pool contractor
Self employed environmental consultant. Asbestos, lead, mold. Etc. Everything but removal. Almost twenty years. Most of New York State.
I spent 40+ years designing electronic equipment that ranged from a beacon only precision bombing system, to factory automation computers, to life support equipment (heart assist), to blood analyzers, to commercial avionics.
Somebody told me that Engineers are high paid migrant workers. The migrant part certainly proved true, but I'm not so sure about the high paid part.
Transmisson Power Lineman (Local 1002) 9 years
Now a Field Construction Inspector for a transmission generation utility. I supervise contractors in construction of substations and transmisson powerlines.
Project Manager for a woodworking Co .and doing lots of Cadd work . We are currently doing primarily K-12 schools . Not complainig paying the bills.
When the market was booming I was in the ultra high end residential market. Boy I miss those days.
Operations Manager for a small independent business equipment company. As another has mentioned, most days I do it all and have been doing this for over 20 years.
I feel like Drew Carey : I have to keep the owner and workers happy all at the same time. No easy task
Been pushing a Peterbilt truck over the highways of this beautiful country for 40 years. Getting ready to retire and working on a "honey do" list that I have been putting off for 40 years. Got to keep the wife happy
senior service technician and overall jack of all trades for England's Stove Works in Monroe Va. on june 8th i will have been here for 20 years since i left the army where i was an attack helicopter weapons technician
Was a Transportation Manager, now retired. Collecting Vintage Stereos is my vice.
Union worker at the electric company ( won't mention name ) , if I can get some time off at work I can finally install my stove!!
You know, of course, that will NEVER HAPPEN! AND the honey-do list NEVER gets any shorter!
Since you're a 'professional', is it worthwhile trying to sell my Pioneer RT707 reel to reel? The sucker is SO HEAVY, I don't know how I would even ship it!
Federal Employee, Chief in the Army National Guard, (12 more years to retire both) single dad, homeowner, rc pilot, photographer, cigar aficianado, aspiring pellet stove expert, home brewer, hiker, mediocre musician (guitar, harmonica) a bunch of other stuff too.
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