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Old 03-04-2012, 08:32 PM   #31
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I've read on of these on another forum I visit and it was cool to see what everyone does to support their hobby/families.

I'll start. I work in a cardiac catheterization lab where I specialize in electrophysiology (abnormal heart rhythms) and structural heart disease.

Mods, if there is already a thread for this I couldn't find it.


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Our jobs are very similar. I am a plumber, I uclog arteries, I mean, sewers.

Usually, on the net I am a NASCAR driver or a spy, though sometimes I am an astronaut or international playboy.
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Have fun with the name? Or the thread?

I'm having fun with both lol
My wife an I are 4th generation ranchers, we also own an operate a small 4 truck livestock hauling company. The days are long the phone never stops ringing, but I love what we do.
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I'm a "Security Specialist" for a condo. All I really do is play on the net (here, mostly), drink coffee and smoke.

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Our jobs are very similar. I am a plumber, I uclog arteries, I mean, sewers.

Usually, on the net I am a NASCAR driver or a spy, though sometimes I am an astronaut or international playboy.
You have no idea how similar. You know roto-rooter? We have one that spins 180,000 rpm...
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My wife an I are 4th generation ranchers, we also own an operate a small 4 truck livestock hauling company. The days are long the phone never stops ringing, but I love what we do.
You have my dream job. Ropinfool speaks highly of you.
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You have my dream job. Ropinfool speaks highly of you.
Mike is a great man. And bein on the road coast to coast is a job no one can match....not even the Marines.

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You have my dream job. Ropinfool speaks highly of you.
Its a damn hard life ranchin here in New Mexico, thats why I have dipped into trucking make money when feed an stock is belly up, also theropinfool is a heck of a guy to, he speaks highly of u as well, there are alot of good down to earth folks on here tho
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Mike is a great man. And bein on the road coast to coast is a job no one can match....not even the Marines.

God didnt make all men equal colonel Sam Colt did
Hell yer a good ol boy to, this fourm helps me kill time im stuck in provo utah blew a steer tire, my goodyear national account rep has a service truck coming ftom salt lake so ill be rollin soon headed for herford tex then home
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You have no idea how similar. You know roto-rooter? We have one that spins 180,000 rpm...
Yea, I know all about it. I had two stints a year ago. I even had a worse rodding of my prostate a few months ago. They used a plasma cutter on that job. I peed blood for six weeks.
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Hell yer a good ol boy to, this fourm helps me kill time im stuck in provo utah blew a steer tire, my goodyear national account rep has a service truck coming ftom salt lake so ill be rollin soon headed for herford tex then home
Thats sucks!!!!! Didnt hurt ole Blue did it? And thank ya thats a hell of a compliment from you man

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