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Old 06-15-2012, 01:01 AM   #161
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Hotel and Restaurant Manger. I have had ZZ Top, Joe Nichols, Little Texas and a bunch of other stars stay with me. Met several olympians, some of the New York Mets and a bunch of Poiliticians. I have also met President Obama. There is also a homeless guy that yells profanities at me now and then. But I like the homeless guy better than the President! LOL.

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After retiring from the Navy (20 yrs) I sell high end real estate on Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island SC. (they are side by side)

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I'm a Welding Division Supervisor for a large manufacturing company. We build every thing from pool gates, latches and brackets, to high security hydraulic wedge barriers and shallow mount bollards.

We build Lots of stuff for the DoD and the DoS.


I supervise between 42 and 65 employees a day, depending on what time of year it is. I also have 1 salaried Supervisor, 4 Foreman and 2 Leadmen who report to me directly.

our facility manufactures almost everything we sell. We have our own steel processing plant, where it is slit to order and delivered to the main plant. We have two tube mills, 4 roll formers, a full press room with everything from small presses to 400ton presses.

Our other plant is automated for the most part. One rackable weld center has 16 fanuc robots. The products in that plant are e-coated like in the auto industry. We still powder coat stuff also.

It can get overwhelming at times, but then if it didn't, they wouldn't need me..

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Correction Officer (state), Paid on call fire fighter, First Aid/CPR instructor, Navy Reservist might be going out on another MOB good chance will be augment with the Army which = me being in the Narmy.

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Just a food delivery driver.. who travels at least 100 miles per day.

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Just a food delivery driver.. who travels at least 100 miles per day.
Dang that is a lot of miles!
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Dang that is a lot of miles!
Average person drives 12000 miles or less within a year. But me? I drive 3 times or more than average. Oil change every month, brake pads changes quaterly and etc. But i can't complain, i love driving and the money is good to fill the foods on my family plates.
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