full time vagrant
full time vagrant
Mostly I surf guitar porn and read this forum. Occasionally I have to fix a radar test set, then spend more time documenting the work than doing it.
I also daydream about working at PRS.
Then I go home.
Modeling and Simulation of Advanced Weapons Systems by Day....
A Job perhaps like "the Mike" with a small California Dept. by night and weekends for the past 16 years. ;)
Nice to go run around at night after days behind a desk! :D
Another boring Engineer.... that is until I rock the house...:rock:... (my house)
Full-Time Law Student, currently. The previous 3 years I was in commercial farming. (Crop, livestock management)
I am a Wealth Management Advisor and Portfolio Manager at a major Wall Street firm. I am partners with my father and brother. Our Wealth Management Group has roots at the firm dating back 32 years. My father holds the CFP(R) Designation.. My brother and I are CFA(R) Charterholders. I oversee asset management for our group. I am also the Portfolio Manager of our proprietary strategies.
We help people attempt to reach their goals and objectives with the least amount of risk possible and with the highest probability of long term success. We also help them with multigenerational wealth, transition, and legacy planning in a manner consistent with their desires. In other words we try to make our clients lives easier and try to prevent them from doing things that could severely and permanently impair their well being and that of their families while at the same time helping them to structure their affairs in a manner that is consistent with their needs in planning for the current and next generations. Our clientele spans across the country.
I play music for a living. I know... lame!
Vibroacoustic Expert for the Space Agency, because rockets are freaking loud.
I manage propellerheads in a supercomputing facility at a national research lab.
I grow my hair.
you serious Clark?
I work in renewable energy building and assembling wind turbines before they get sent to site. I've not been in it too long but I was waiting for the right opportunity to get involved with this company and fingers crossed I can use it as a platform into the industry.
Big BIG toys, lifting and moving 76 ton sections of tower never gets old :rock:
lost 3 inches off my waistline too and feeling healthier with the sheer ammount of walking I do on our huge site
I run a hot melt coating machine at a printing company. It's awfully inspiring and rewarding work:rolleyes:
I've worked for the same real estate development company for 40 years and I'm the VP of Property Management. I am also President of a related HVAC company.
The horns are 6 feet in diameter, and the chamber is 42 feet high. It's capable of sound pressures levels as high as 150 dB. The horns use liquid nitrogen as a powering fluid for the noise generators and consumes enough LN2 in a typical test to lower the atmospheric percentage of oxygen from 21% to 17% in the chamber.
BTW, I was at that launch, STS-125, which is the video pictured above. I was working as a bus captain escorting visitors at the launch site. One of the highlights of my career.
When I'm not obsessing about guitars & gear I'm a freelance composer/sound designer. I love my job.
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Some of you guys have some seriously cool jobs! :)