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Old 08-31-2013, 03:01 PM   #1
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has it changed? whats your dream? share away.
i was employee until 40.
then i was a retiree.
im now a part time employer with my range.


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Old 08-31-2013, 03:35 PM   #2
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Kinda both, I'm 1/3rd own of a heavy equipment repair company with my brother and dad. It's only us 3 working though.

My dream? You might get a laugh out of this. I want to be a computer programmer specialized in video games. For now I'd be happy as an employee, but in the future I'd want to own a video game studio.


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I am one of Uncle Sam's nephews. There is always someone above you in the chain of command.
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I spent 29 years at The Boeing Company .. retired now.

I guess I am just an employee now. My wife is the boss . .. excepts when she let's me.
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I hold 2 jobs. One for a paycheck, and like KG7IL one at home. I am an employee at both.
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Both. Work offshore for my main income, while my gun shop grows. We just made is past one year a couple months ago, and are now building the shop. Hopefully within the next 5 years or so, no more offshore.
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I am one of Uncle Sam's nephews. There is always someone above you in the chain of command.
Same way in the "food chain" ...
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i have been both. both have their pros and cons. regardless of which you are, there is always someone higher up to answer to.
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Always some one above you? Same way with your drinking water. If the guy up stream forgets to flush you don't drink.


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