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Old 06-30-2005, 10:25 PM   #61
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College Student in the Fall, Winter and spring, intern with PennDot (Pennsylvania Dept. of Transportation to those not in the know) as a field inspector. Basically I am at a bridge project for the entire summer and play big brother (in a good way)
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Old 07-04-2005, 01:06 AM   #62
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Rail receiving supervisor for a steel processing plant (www.jm-steel.com) based in Cresson,PA.

Here'* what I'm responsible for...............A multimillion dollar steel inventory.

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CNC Machinist going on 4 years now i hate it but love the pay and the hours
http://www.converseindustries.com/

we machine alot of parts for harley davidson such as Cams,gears,forks many internal trans and engine parts also footpegs come from use too
Hey, I've actually designed the foot pegs for the next V-rod. And a special alignment tool for the Dyna-glide.
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Full time student and drug store "service clerk."
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I get to play with water all day ! ( no i am not a lifeguard) .high pressure water jetting
we can jet with water up to 40,000 psi but uselly only up to 20,000
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PC repair, custom builds, data transfer, hardwired & wireless home/office network setup, dude ANYTHING. Anything you want with your pc or network i can do it hehe.


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Wow. Quite a versatile group.

I've been at my current job for 9 years, now. I work for Nutrition Discounters (like a GNC....but with a MUCH bigger selection, and MUCH better pricing). I manage the store end of the operation (we do mail order all over the world, as well).

www.nutritiondiscounters.com
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we can jet with water up to 40,000 psi but uselly only up to 20,000
A lot of power in water at those pressures.
Recently a guy was decapatated using a jet like that when the hose sprung a leak and passed by his neck when he wasn't paying attention.
Be very careful
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2/3 school, 1/6 school basketball player, 1/6 Bonneville Mechanic/Customizer
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I have worked at State Farm Insurance for the last 2 years of my life as an intern. I worked at Circuit City as well for 8 months during my Senior year in HS.

If I do not get re-hired at State Farm then I will most likely go back to Circuit City or try to get a job at a clothing store.
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