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Old 11-29-2012, 08:48 AM   #881
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I could be so mean on this one
Your're up early/late. I see one of the powerball winners is from MO, you ?
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Your're up early/late. I see one of the powerball winners is from MO, you ?
I wish. Its late actually. Got a security call. So I'm awake for awhile. That and I don't sleep much at night anyways. Oh and on top of that my girlfriends got food poisoning and is puking....bad puking
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Hey, I was a forestry major, with several scholarships through horticulture and garden clubs.
My second job in high school was working at a farmers market. Not a temp parking lot setup but a permanent building. They sold all kinds of flowers and fruits and veggies. My job included watering the flowers, picking deadheads and sorting through the fruits and veggies to get rid of bad specimens. Only worked there a few months cause the owner is a royal prick.
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:10 PM   #884
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Random fact about me:
My first after school job was growing flowers and helping a driver deliver them for a greenhouse. I was 8. And I had/have a very talented green thumb, with absolutely no technique beyond water, sunshine, and tender loving care. Plants are easy to get along with. I learn what they like, I learn their personality, and I nurture that.

As soon as I own my own home, I'm going to start a rose garden and a peach orchard, just like my two grandfathers had, respectively.
Did you have daisy cutters?
Hahaha, terrible pun...
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Old 11-29-2012, 03:12 PM   #885
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First job was a life guard and i loved it.. i was 16 and alot of girls from different towns would come swim and horse around in the pool. About once or twice a week id see some teets flop out of tops. For a 16 yo life couldnt get better

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First job was a life guard and i loved it.. i was 16 and alot of girls from different towns would come swim and horse around in the pool. About once or twice a week id see some teets flop out of tops. For a 16 yo life couldnt get better
"Teets"? Where there cows swimming in the pool?
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Yeah there was a couple cows.

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I bite my nails, not out of habit, but because I can never find nail clippers when I need them, like in the truck, or at burger joint.

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I sold corn on the cob door to door when I was about 9 yrs old. My first real job (around 12 yrs old) was working for my Dad's survey crew. I was usually the guy with the elevation rod that went out to places the others didn't want to go.

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I sold corn on the cob door to door when I was about 9 yrs old. My first real job (around 12 yrs old) was working for my Dad's survey crew. I was usually the guy with the elevation rod that went out to places the others didn't want to go.
I taught piano lessons, my first real job was working in a sign shop, cleaning, filing, putting vinyl on signs and banners.
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