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Old 03-12-2009, 02:56 PM   #31
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law student, so i am gainfully unemployed
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Old 03-12-2009, 03:01 PM   #32
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I'm retired and working part-time at a gun store / shooting range. The pays not too good but I get to shoot as much as I want for free. Does anyone have any extra primers?
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My university diplomas say anthropologist and historian, but I haven't done much work in those areas.

In the past couple of years I've worked as a hunting guide (doing mostly bow and knife hunting), I've trained horses for polo and endurance races and last year I started my own business with my best friend. We opened an outdoors gear store, he's a rock climber and I'm a knife knut, so we get to buy and play with all the cool gadgets we love, and our buddies can get their kit with a nice discount.

We've also started to import brands that were not previously available in Argentina and we are manufacturing our own brand of outdoors clothing (the first fleece garments will be ready in April!).

I still breed horses, but just for fun. I love training percherons.
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I work in accounting
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Old 03-12-2009, 05:07 PM   #35
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I work campus security. (boring) but school is free. I'm geting my BS in Pyschology and hopefully land a job in criminal profiling
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I "retired" after 30 years of policing in S. California and Portland Oregon metro area. My final several years as a Major Crime's detective and homicide team member, with a specialization in child abuse and sexual assaults.

After "retiring" I took a job with Leupold (the scope folks) in security for 4 years, until my boss and I had a serious disagreement over security procedures. We parted on good terms, and I still recommend their products.

After another brief "retirement," I now work as an Executive Protection Agent (bodyguard) for a high profile, elected official. The city decided to put active officers back on the streets after 9-11-01, hiring us as private contractors, to babysit our principle protectee.

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I still breed horses, but just for fun. I love training percherons.
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I still breed horses, but just for fun. I love training percherons.
Those are like Clydesdales without the boots, right?
Yes... they are beautiful animals... I hate that in here are used in bull fights (It's like roman circus, barbarian to me) to pull out the bull after being murdered. The Clydesdales are beautiful too... a couple of years I went to Bush Gardens in Tampa, FL and saw a bunch of them... beautiful...
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