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As I read through a lot of these messages, I often wonder what everybody is really like. So my question is, what is your profession? I am sure we have people from just about every profession. I am a teacher--17 years--and the new owner of a trailhouse that I rent to riders who come in to southern WV to ride Hatfield McCoy Trail System. The trailhouse owner is more exciting!! Get to meet so many people. [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]

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I'm a firefighter... in Texas as you may have guessed. 12 years.
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Broadband Technician with AT&T
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Registered Respiratory Therapist. I take care of patients from neonatals to geriatrics. What do I do? Basically I get patients to breathe in, breathe out, repeat. How hard can that be.

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Journeyman Industrial Maintenance Millwright . I work at Roseburg Forest Products in Riddle, Oregon. 14 acres of plywood manufacturing machines under one roof . If its broke, I fix it. Believe me, lots of stuff breaks, usually in a very bad way. Von Warner
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Network ADmin/Tech for Whelen Engineering.
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Construction Foreman for a general contractor specializing in commercial & light industrial metal buildings. We build gas stations, storage sheds (in the 3,000-30,000 sqft range), strip centers, gymnasiums, & currently the largest church under construction in Memphis. We only do 1-2 houses a year, but the one we're building now has a theater on the second floor. (Not a "home theater" - a theater! [img]images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img])
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Every American on this site and all the rest of the Americans in the world pay meto supervise a group of 8 maintenance personnel who take care of a fleet of 65 HMMWV's, 55 or so generators ranging from 3-10KW, 6 5-ton tacticle vehicles and 80 trailers or so. I also have to train these guys in Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical defense, rifle marksmanship, physical conditioning, take care of personnal problems of these soldiers that the military finds it needs to have control over(not having insurance, not paying bills and many others), teach them how to properly wear their uniforms, how to maitain their personal equipment, I also teach tactical vehicle driver training((i like that one) and many other things. Oh, i am in the US Army. I am hoping on gettoing out in 1.5 years and working for US customs as an inspector.
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Machine operator/ assembler for a place called Quincy compressor. We start with rough castings, do all the machining and assembly, and the product leaves the factory, it is a complete compressor.
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Hey Desertrat67,
My son is in the WV National Guard. My hats go off to the
US Military and the job they perform.
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