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Posted By smoke show,
Nov 2, 2011 at 11:30 PM
Automotive Technician- currently working at a local independent 2 stall repair facility. For 2 days.
Middle class revenue generator for the Federal Government. Just recently increased my contribution by 2%.
In my spare time, I also generate revenue for the State that I live in, and the State that I work in.
I buy pellets with whatever I have left over.
What's it like to live in a country were you can't buy (note I said buy not smoke) a cuban (habana). I think I would have move.
4 Yrs - USAF as communications cable splicer. TanSonNhut VietNam 1968, Florida, Germany.
2 yrs - Engineering tech doing electro-optical testing on Military night vision imaging devices.
26 yrs - Substation/generation plant relay technician for New England electric utility (if your lights went out and came back on after 5 to 15 secs there's a good chance you can thank me)
2005 took early retirement package at 58 yrs old and couldn't be happier
Full time tax payer.
Amoungst the friends I have it really isn't a problem to get them and in fact I just did 2 weeks ago. There some really really good non cuban stuff too.
I'll take a 601 over most Cubans anyday
I'm a federal government sub-contractor
Get the 601 Greens. Those were the good ones. Should try all the AJ Fernandez stuff, MOW, Ave Maria. Good Values too. And check out cigarbid dot com. You can really score some good deals there.
Yup Cbid is commonly called the "devil site" So many times I order/win a 5ver of this, then bid a box of that and before long I have $150 gone and 50 more cigars!!
I'm a psychologist and writer.
Interesting that so many here are of the technical, engineering variety. Is that reflective of the pellet stove owning universe in general, or of the universe of owners who also want to yak about the stoves they own?
My husband is a self-employed plumber and I am a high school special ed teacher, mostly math.
Self employed computer repair and network tech aka the South Shores punching bag for the electronically challenged folk
I suspect the latter.
My county school system considered my son as a "Special Ed" student due to him having autism.
I Salute you for working with "Special Ed" students.
Aren't we ALL
I sold high end medical equipment for 15 years for Olympus.....now manage a 4500 + car salvage yard in upstate NY....plan on doing nothing in about 5 years at 50, fingers crossed.
retired heavy duty mechanic for the city , every time i see the auger in my pellet stove , i think of a salt truck
If I told you I would have to kill you.......
Just kidding, have worked in the insurance industry for over twenty years, specializing in workers compensation insurance.
Think I am going to bookmark this thread there are a number of you I might need to call on for some assistance some day.
i am a welding fab polishing superviser at
Welcome to Steel & O'Brien Mfg
Engineer for a manufacturing company that is into all sorts of motion control systems. Also have a master electricians license.
Pardon the intrusion, I have a wood stove not a pellet stove, but saw this as the last topic here on the main forum page. There is thread going like this in Inglenook.....
Operations Manager for a company that refurbishes and rebuilds satellite communications systems for the US government. Great challenging job!
Work in the Chocolate industry for the past 15 years, done every job possible. Now I'm the Safety Facilitator for our plant. Oh I do not work for Hershey.