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Discussion in 'Road Side Pub' started by mysticsvt, May 9, 2019.
Born and raised in Cali, joined the Air Force and been to a bunch of different places.
Born in AZ, grew up some in Illinois.
I invest in businesses...right now I own a company that prints on tape and velcro. If your company ships or buys printed tape I'll hook you up.
I also own a second company that trains athletes for a certain sport.
From Cedar City Utah, joined the good old USMC, I retire in Febuary. Gunna work in the Small UAS sector afterwards. Bought a house in SD to call home.
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I currently live in Norman, OK after a 5 year stint in SoCal, and I'm an overseas contractor for the gov't.
From a small, farm town in Iowa. I'm the Manager of Network Operations for the Texas Legislature.
Born on Laughlin Air Force Base in Del Rio Texas (both parents in the Air Force). Lived in the Upstate NY area all my life. Work in Construction Management.
Born in Texas, retired after 21 years in the Air Force, live in Oklahoma, IT Support on Tinker AFB.
Think you might like this song. Make sure you listen to at least 2:50
Born and raised in upstate South Carolina. I work in R&D/Engineering for a High Voltage Cable manufacturer.
Local Gov't worker
Aren't you like 26 lol?
Born and raised in Cleveland. Still here. Product Manager for one the largest transmission parts distribution companies.
Born and raised in Maryland.
Been a Control Room Operator for a large chemical company for the last 22 years.
I've heard this version. lol. There's nothing I can do about them pandering to the cow****ers up in Stillwater.
bunch of slack jawed okie state faggots up in Stillwater...where the women are lonely and the sheep are scared...
Live in Phoenix, AZ
I'm a Program Manager for a large, hi-rel contract manufacturing company.
It amazes me some of the jobs people have/had at such a young age, thats all. Unless operations manager is a fancy way to describe another position. That means you were 19-20 running operations for a company, which is impressive af, but also leads me to the question of HTF do you get a position like that at that age? Operation managers I know here make 60-80k a year, I couldn't imagine making that at 19 lol.
Born in California. Bounced between CA and AZ a couple times. Joined the Navy out of AZ and did 10 years. Originally worked on the radar system for the S-3B. Once it decommed I moved to calibration. Been doing that job since. I'm currently the cal tech at a pretty big pharmaceutical company. But I'm looking to move on.