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Saw this on another website and thought I would give it a try.

I am a firefighting student (I graduate in December) and a volunteer firefighter. I was a wildland firefighter in South Dakota for the summer. I have a fire department looking at me, but they can't let me apply till I have my EMT Certificate in January. Also worked as a cook in a steak house for 2 years.

Don't be shy now guys. Just interested to see what everyone else does.
 

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I started my own polyurethane spray foam roofing and insulation business three years ago.

I'm new to the board and I live in Pierre, SD and love the duck hunting and upland bird hunting not to mention the walleyes that my area offers.

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I design & sometime actually get to develop software systems for manufacturing. I get to do a lot of web stuff, mostly boring industrial type stuff, most all of it limited to the intranet of a company. Every once in awhile I get to do something fun...

http://www.wildfowladventures.com
 

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Well I hunt and I hunt and I hunt......when not doing that I design, build, and sell conveyor systems and automation systems for automotive and other industries around the midwest....other than that my dogs make me hunt.............oh we sell alot of returnable packaging too......some of it also is great at doubling for blinds or ice shanties..... :laughing:
 

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locomotive engineer
Man, you are my son's hero! He will be four this month and he is absolutely CRAZY about trains. We read his train books every night before bed, he can list them all off. I crack up every time he says Diesel-Electric Locomotive (DESEL ELEKTWIK LOCKAMOTIE) or caboose (BAGOOSE).

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I'm a Baker---Yea, quit laughin' :umm: but it pays the bills, days off are during the week so the huntin crowd is less, and another good thing is i'm so used to getting up @3 am, that on my day off i'm still up and out, but with a different uniform on,...........CAMO!!!!!!---------- :thumbsup:
 

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sheet metal worker, I build all sorts of stuff, stainless kitchen parts, alluminium parts, work on boats, and there's the whole hvac end of it too, building and installing comercial and industrial ductwork, some mill work, paper machines and stuff, besides that I work dogs too.
 

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IM an old critter at 55, at least the arthritis is startin to tell me that.. buttttttt I still gotta work for a livin cuz i didnt listen to my elders when i was younger an save money....hehehe... So for that livin now im a network admin ,and work on computers, electronic stuff...and the automation systems at a beef packing plant. Actually have done alot of different things for a living over those years...
 

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Three fouths of the year (including hunting season) I'm a student at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. I chose this school because I can drive ten minutes and get richous duck hunting action!!! It was the only school I applied to!

As for the other quarter of the year, I'm a concrete worker for Allcrete Incorporated, a small concrete company based out of my home town of Hanover, MN. I work my *** off all summer to pay for school in the fall...can't wait to start having an INCOME instead of just an OUTCOME!!! :yes:
 

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i own a propane company in southern indiana....

when i started hunting waterfowl i drove a beer truck in va beach...busy in summer and slack in winter.....

now its exactly opposite....slack in summer and busy in winter....

makes for a short season.....i sometimes hunt more during sept. teal season than i do all winter....
 

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I'm a student at the University of Georgia (GO DAWGS!!). You might say I play cards to make spending money.
This past summer at worked at a farm supply company back home in Bainbridge.
 

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I design kitchens for multi-million dollor homes in Fraser, CO. I work M-F and am off by 4:30 every day, which is great because I pass 3 public lakes on my way home, that leaves me just enough time to throw out some dekes and get some shooting in before sunset. :getdown:
 

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i work at a produce company. after they pick the lettuce in the field and other leaf lettuce they ship it to us and we refrigerate it and ship it across the country on tractor trailers. been there 13 years.

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