ThreepMe Morcilla Since: 15.2.02 From: Dallas Since last post: 3471 days Last activity: 3130 days # 81 Posted on 4.3.04 1530.30 | Instant Rating: 4.18 Originally posted by TinMan Owner (partnered with my brother in law)/Clinical Director/Doctor for chiropractic treatment centers in Waco and Ft. Worth, TX Really? I need cheap chiropractic services. Can you hook a bruddah up? Granted, I'm in Dallas, but Ft. Worth isn't that far. "Are you kidding me? A soda with MY name on it? Now more than ever, SODAS RULE!" - Edge to Christian Smackdown Sept 7th 2000
Parts Unknown Lap cheong Since: 2.1.02 From: Darkenwood Since last post: 43 min. Last activity: 24 min. # 82 Posted on 4.3.04 1547.54 | Instant Rating: 7.22 I'm a newspaper reporter. "Also, don't incur the wrath of P.U. It can only lead to trouble." - Torchslasher
Mike Zeidler Pepperoni Since: 27.6.02 From: Champaign, IL Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 6 hours
AIM: # 83 Posted on 4.3.04 1607.07 | Instant Rating: 5.04 I'm Senior Director/Graphic Artist at an NBC affiliate.
NickBockwinkelFan Frankfurter Since: 10.4.02 From: New York City, NY Since last post: 692 days Last activity: 22 days # 84 Posted on 4.3.04 1639.16 | Instant Rating: 6.83 jazz musician "Well, you can't involve friendship with business. It has to be one or the other. It's either business or friendship, or hit the bricks!" --Life Lessons from "The Tao of Bobby the Brain Heenan" Uncensored 2000 preview "As long as the check don't bounce, I guess he's okay with it!" --Former All Pro Giants LB Harry Carson on Bill Parcells joining the hated rival Dallas Cowboys
Leroy Andouille Since: 7.2.02 From: Huntington, NY Since last post: 11 hours Last activity: 8 hours # 85 Posted on 4.3.04 1656.10 | Instant Rating: 3.92 Chief Engineer at a radio station and lead guitarist in a country-punk band. We got some diverse jobs here - great list. "He's like Billy Joel, if Billy Joel didn't suck." - Ted C. on Jonathan Richman
Rudoublesedoublel Potato korv Since: 2.1.02 From: Kentucky - Home of the 8 time NCAA Champ Wildcats Since last post: 11 days Last activity: 2 days # 86 Posted on 4.3.04 1709.07 | Instant Rating: 4.86 Originally posted by The Amazing Salami I'm a loan review officer for a bank. That's interesting, I was until three months ago. I'm still the compliance officer for a bank, but I had held both positions for almost 2 years. Isn't it great having the "love" of the lending staff? Oh, I also work as an adjunct teacher at a couple of local universities. Principles of Econ. (edited by Rudoublesedoublel on 4.3.04 1715)
Dagent913 Bockwurst Since: 18.11.02 From: Strong Island Since last post: 3442 days Last activity: 2973 days
AIM: # 87 Posted on 4.3.04 1946.22 | Instant Rating: 5.14 Currently, financial services (but not for long.....) Also, a part-time high school teacher. Who knows how long I'll be there, come to think of it. Keeping an eye on the prospect of going back to school, probably sooner or later. "Moistening your dreams with man-urine."
Eddie Famous Andouille Since: 11.12.01 From: Catlin IL Since last post: 103 days Last activity: 97 days # 88 Posted on 4.3.04 2004.04 | Instant Rating: 6.48 Originally posted by Ryan_A I'm an operations manager for two radio stations, a news/sports/talk/information AM, and an adult contemporary FM. I used to be a sports talk radio host at that AM station until recently... I'm still fulltime there after 19+ years, but my job description is more like "guy over there" at the moment :) "In the sky. Lord, in the sky..."
Guru Zim SQL Dejection Administrator Since: 9.12.01 From: Bay City, OR Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 5 hours
AIM: # 89 Posted on 4.3.04 2021.48 | Instant Rating: 8.83 Originally posted by anibanging Ever gotten a call from someone who wants you to vote your proxy for a mutual fund? That's me. Originally posted by Guru Zim Lead Developer / Database Administrator for a call center. Damn busy these days, too. I also moonlight as a DBA for a travel agency. Does this mean it's alright to talk about stealing cable (The W) here now? :) (edited by anibanging on 4.3.04 0649) OK, a cable company call center. I figured you all knew that part Willful ignorance of science is not commendable. Refusing to learn the difference between a credible source and a shill is criminally stupid.
Keeper Italian Moderator Since: 1.3.02 From: Worcester, MA Since last post: 159 days Last activity: 12 hours # 90 Posted on 4.3.04 2155.10 | Instant Rating: 8.71 I am the Systems Administrator for the US plant of a manufacturing company that has offices/plants in Germany (Parent Company) and China. Most of the time that means fixing, refurbishing, or just reinstalling software on *really old* computers that they won't upgrade. :) Murphy's Law "The odds of the bread landing buttered side down are directly proportional to the price of the carpet."
Ticamo Boerewors Since: 19.7.02 From: Trenton, NJ, USA Since last post: 2565 days Last activity: 1863 days
AIM: # 91 Posted on 4.3.04 2241.19 | Instant Rating: 5.03 Me... I'm officially a "Senior Clerk" for the government. I actually schedule hundreds of hearings per day for claimants who were rejected unemployment checks once, so they can only be rejected again at these hearings. Then they call me up to bitch about the happenings of their hearings so that I can reschedule it and then they lose again and then appeal again and this time win, but then their former employers appeal and this goes on and on and on. Currently, I'm working on scheduling mass appeal hearings for approximately 3,000 people who were rejected benefits from a major company that layed them off. This is hell because I get about 60 calls a day for information on it. In my spare time, I dream of winning the lottery, which I don't play. Kind of defeats the purpose... But I enjoy the perks of being a state employee and the perks is great. Free medical insurance, 401K plan, 12 vacation days, 15 sick days, and 3 administrative leave days. Ain't too bad. (edited by Ticamo on 4.3.04 2042) Peter Griffin: Oh, you people can kiss the fattest part of my ass.
astrobstrd Bockwurst Since: 13.3.02 From: Loveland, OH Since last post: 2350 days Last activity: 2317 days
AIM: # 92 Posted on 5.3.04 0024.26 | Instant Rating: 7.63 Shift Leader at a Blockbuster to pay for college. Attending the University of Cincinnati to obtain a Bachelor's in English and a secondary Ed. Certificate. I am on the "Tommy Boy" plan ("A lot of people go to college for seven years...") And I will show you something different from either Your shadow at morning striding behind you Or your shadow at evening rising to meet you; I will show you fear in a handful of dust.
emma Cherries > Peaches Since: 1.8.02 From: Phoenix-ish Since last post: 10 days Last activity: 1 hour # 93 Posted on 5.3.04 0123.43 | Instant Rating: 8.47 Software consultant for development organisations. More specifically, the kind of consultant who "does stuff", as opposed to the more ubiquitous "come in, flap arms, babble incomprehensible jargon, collect large paycheque, bail before they notice that they got nada."
Bullitt Shot in the dark Since: 11.1.02 From: Houston Since last post: 293 days Last activity: 293 days # 94 Posted on 5.3.04 0719.18 | Instant Rating: 7.01 Originally posted by astrobstrd "A lot of people go to college for seven years..." "I know...they're called doctors." Sorry...had to be done. Making it Happen Since 1971 (agentzero.blogspot.com)
JoshMann Andouille Since: 17.11.03 From: Tallahassee, FL Since last post: 2062 days Last activity: 2059 days
Y!: # 95 Posted on 5.3.04 0724.14 | Instant Rating: 4.49 Originally posted by Bullitt Originally posted by astrobstrd "A lot of people go to college for seven years..." "I know...they're called doctors." Sorry...had to be done. "Seven years of college down the drain...I might as well go join the fucking Peace Corps" :P "America’s top dog is a big, slobbering, barking dog named Josh" [AP]
Reverend J Shaft Pepperoni Since: 25.6.03 From: Home of The Big House Since last post: 6 days Last activity: 9 hours # 96 Posted on 5.3.04 0742.25 | Instant Rating: 2.34 I am a latex salesman for Vandelay Industries. No, seriously, I am a product specialist for the financing arm of one of the Big 3 automakers. (Bonds, money markets, that sort of mumbo jumbo)
The Amazing Salami Sujuk Since: 23.5.02 From: Oklahoma Since last post: 3557 days Last activity: 3556 days # 97 Posted on 5.3.04 0859.48 | Instant Rating: 3.00 Originally posted by Rudoublesedoublel Originally posted by The Amazing Salami I'm a loan review officer for a bank. That's interesting, I was until three months ago. I'm still the compliance officer for a bank, but I had held both positions for almost 2 years. Isn't it great having the "love" of the lending staff? Oh, I also work as an adjunct teacher at a couple of local universities. Principles of Econ. (edited by Rudoublesedoublel on 4.3.04 1715) I actually do both jobs as well..all of the audit/compliance stuff...I just didn't really know if that would make as much sense as "loan review." And yeah, the lenders hate me. But hey, if they didn't make any bad loans what would I do all day :) At least some day maybe I'll understand why some day maybe you never can. Or something like that.
dunkndollaz Banger Since: 3.1.02 From: Northern NJ Since last post: 13 days Last activity: 16 hours # 98 Posted on 5.3.04 1008.55 | Instant Rating: 6.54 Originally posted by Blanket Jackson Originally posted by Bullitt Originally posted by astrobstrd "A lot of people go to college for seven years..." "I know...they're called doctors." Sorry...had to be done. "Seven years of college down the drain...I might as well go join the fucking Peace Corps" :P and he became a Senator..... 5 Time 5 Time 5 Time 5 Time 5 Time Wiener of the Day Runner-up
Rudoublesedoublel Potato korv Since: 2.1.02 From: Kentucky - Home of the 8 time NCAA Champ Wildcats Since last post: 11 days Last activity: 2 days # 99 Posted on 5.3.04 1549.46 | Instant Rating: 4.86 It looks like we have 3 bankers and all of us are in the general "compliance/LR/audit" arena. I guess that simply means that at least 3 of us really know the meaning of boring (nothing more exciting than reading banking regulations) and also know the feeling of frustration (rarely does anyone like anything that we do).
emma Cherries > Peaches Since: 1.8.02 From: Phoenix-ish Since last post: 10 days Last activity: 1 hour # 100 Posted on 5.3.04 1756.11 | Instant Rating: 8.47 The only thing less exciting than reading banking regulations may be reading telecom requirements. And nobody likes anything that telecom engineers do either. ("Goddamn phone system never works.") I know your pain. :-) Pages: Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next