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    Re: What does everyone do for a living??

    "davike" wrote:
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    Resort owner.
    Whats the name of your resort?
    Man!
    Where's the comp Webby and family a weekend visit deal?
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    Re: What does everyone do for a living??

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    Resort owner.
    Whats the name of your resort?
    Man!
    Where's the comp Webby and family a weekend visit deal?

    8)
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    Re: What does everyone do for a living??

    "Del" wrote:
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    Resort owner.
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    Man!  Where's the comp Webby and family a weekend visit deal?   8)
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    Re: What does everyone do for a living??

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    Everybody who is somebody already knows what I do.
    That may be true. But none of us believe you!

    Unless you were refering to your spare time hobbies. In which case we all believe you. lol!
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    Re: What does everyone do for a living??

    I have been a loan officer for 3 different mortgage companies over the last 17 years. I have been the senior loan officer for the company I work for now for the last 7 years, but I am making a career change beginning next month.

    The Mortgage business has been extremely slow for the last 2 and a half years and this spring is worse than I have ever seen it.
    Half the Realtors that I did business with are out of business, and the other half are hanging on by their teeth!
    We lost half our loan officers in the last 2 years and there are mortgage companies closing seems like daily and I see no end in sight from this downturn.

    A friend of mine owns a process serving company and 3 months ago he asked me if I would be interested in working for him part-time because they were and are extremely busy.
    I started serving for him on nights and weekends and the pay for being part time work was phenomenal, it was really helping out with the bills.
    Well he asked me to go full time, he says he can guarantee me at least 6 figures yearly and with the money I have made part-time I think I can easily do that and more.

    Some people might consider me a bad guy because I will be serving people and most of what I give them is not information the are happy to receive, but it pays gol 'darnit well and I get to ride around in my car and listen to music and KFAN sports radio, so screw-em (just kidding).
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: What does everyone do for a living??

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    I am a professional pudding/jello wrestler. I also pop out of cakes at parties but I want to be a veterinarian because I love kids.
    see it's posts like this th ;Dat draw Cajun into posting to a thread
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    I also enjoy photography - ever considered getting a portfolio together to publicise your job

    And cause horny English dudes like Anglo to make typos...that hypocrite!
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    Re: What does everyone do for a living??

    "whackthepack" wrote:
    I have been a loan officer for 3 different mortgage companies over the last 17 years. I have been the senior loan officer for the company I work for now for the last 7 years, but I am making a career change beginning next month.

    The Mortgage business has been extremely slow for the last 2 and a half years and this spring is worse than I have ever seen it.
    Half the Realtors that I did business with are out of business, and the other half are hanging on by their teeth!
    We lost half our loan officers in the last 2 years and there are mortgage companies closing seems like daily and I see no end in sight from this downturn.

    A friend of mine owns a process serving company and 3 months ago he asked me if I would be interested in working for him part-time because they were and are extremely busy.
    I started serving for him on nights and weekends and the pay for being part time work was phenomenal, it was really helping out with the bills.
    Well he asked me to go full time, he says he can guarantee me at least 6 figures yearly and with the money I have made part-time I think I can easily do that and more.

    Some people might consider me a bad guy because I will be serving people and most of what I give them is not information the are happy to receive, but it pays gol 'darnit well and I get to ride around in my car and listen to music and KFAN sports radio, so screw-em (just kidding).
    Screw those assholes, whack...get that money!!!
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    Re: What does everyone do for a living??

    I run the UK distribution for Clearlab contact lenses.

    Oh yeah. GLAMOUR.

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    Re: What does everyone do for a living??

    I have to come in here as the "RESIDENT OLDGOAT."
    Retired as a Grain and Futures Trader.
    After retirement I've done some grain merchandising consulting work.
    Sell hobby stuff on ebay, cards, toys etc.
    Coached hockey for 25 years in Winnipeg, all levels from ankle benders to elite.

    There are many service people posting on this site. And as a Canadian, I'd like to thank all US Servicemen and Women for all their dedicated hard work in attempting to make this mixed up world a better place to live for us all.

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    Re: What does everyone do for a living??

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    "cajunvike" wrote:
    Everybody who is somebody already knows what I do.
    That may be true. But none of us believe you!

    Unless you were refering to your spare time hobbies. In which case we all believe you. lol!
    ;D
    You don't believe that I just sit around and post on PP.O all day long...because that is what everybody already knows!


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