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  • Zombie Axe
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    Originally posted by Udon Nomi View Post
    Retired US Army (Infantry) LVN for the last 16yrs and administrative nurse (MDS/PPS FNA) for a skilled nursing facility. Working on my RN and set to graduate June of this year.
    Congrats :)

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  • Udon Nomi
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    Retired US Army (Infantry) LVN for the last 16yrs and administrative nurse (MDS/PPS FNA) for a skilled nursing facility. Working on my RN and set to graduate June of this year.

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  • RubyDragon
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    Originally posted by AlphaWolf View Post
    i'm a computer tech (owne a computer repair shop) a networking securty specilas (leagle Hacker) fixer of anything and everyting (toys to the big screen tv we have) and perty much what ever needs to be done.:p
    well i see hubby beat me here, lol. I also do many things. I have worked in the CJ field for about 11 years. Everything from playing lawyer and chilling with the judges to flattening "gangstas" into the ground. I have worked in many settings from courthouse to hospitals and college campuses, with a little ghetto projects thrown in for flavor. I was military for a few years and learned what a Veterinarian does, by having my entire command retire a month after i got there. I also have plenty of experience in the medical field, from being a first responder to working as a LPN with a CNA license. (screwed up right).

    Right now I own my own business (w/hubby of course ;) ) and work as a home health aide. Hoping by this fall to get my butt back to school to finish my CJ degree and become a lawyer. I love getting paid for arguments where I can prove I'm right :D Not to mention my seriously logical / analytical mind.

    But as I have posted in my intro, I grew up on a farm. We raised dairy cows and just about any food you could grow. So being out in the woods to hunt & fish is my dream. I cant wait to buy our property and get away from the dang city.

    But to sum this up, I can help save your life and represent the idiot that shot you, lol.

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  • Xolar
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    Originally posted by Visinedrops View Post
    With all of the occupations listed here, this group has the ability to repair vehicles with custom made heat-treated parts in a well ventilated, highly architectural structure which is connected to high-end fiber-optic lines. Its ability to function is guarded and protected by several law enforcement officers while high value merchandise is shipped in by a truck driver, and guarded by a licensed armed guard.

    wow. We're a good group.
    Sorry I am late on this, I was a lead transmission mechanic for the family business at the age of 23 and decided that alternative energy was the way for the future. I am finishing up my requirements to get mt california state contractors lic as an electrician and am gaining on being one of the main off-grid renewable people in the area.

    I have taken the hobby of prepareing for whtshtf and utilized it in my business, I build homes that make there own power and produce the food they need

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  • AlphaWolf
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    i'm a computer tech (owne a computer repair shop) a networking securty specilas (leagle Hacker) fixer of anything and everyting (toys to the big screen tv we have) and perty much what ever needs to be done.:p

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  • Vicious Ignernt
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    Originally posted by langloisandy View Post
    Among other things I also am a firearms/use of force instructor (OC, Stick/PR, DT etc etc etc).

    Andy
    Note to self: Don't play rough with Andy. That'd be ignernt. :D

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  • Diesel
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    and don't forget can offer a forum for people to talk

    lol

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  • Visinedrops
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    With all of the occupations listed here, this group has the ability to repair vehicles with custom made heat-treated parts in a well ventilated, highly architectural structure which is connected to high-end fiber-optic lines. Its ability to function is guarded and protected by several law enforcement officers while high value merchandise is shipped in by a truck driver, and guarded by a licensed armed guard.

    wow. We're a good group.

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  • langloisandy
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    Donuts, leather and so much more....

    Gents,

    I to am one of the Donut-Coffee-Masters here on X, 10 years on the road. Since copping is NOT the most lucrative businesses I sew leather on the side...or maybe I patrol on the side...one of them!

    Among other things I also am a firearms/use of force instructor (OC, Stick/PR, DT etc etc etc).


    Andy

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  • group2lt
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    I am a Firefighter, and a dad.....

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  • oly
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    HVAC Contractor but with the economy the way it is I'm dormant and now I do HVAC for the other guy

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  • Gatesvilleguy
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    I founded a company that supplies the U.S. military with automotive repair parts for combat and tactical vehicles--in other words the tax recovery business. lol

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  • gkim4107
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    Well like RYAN, and Beebeecop, I too babysit adults... kids, homeless, parents,staff, teens, and "gangstas." I work armed security at a public library. When I first for hired for the job the first thing that went through my head was "Great, a boring ass site to be posted on." Last year I covered 700 incidents from March to December, ranging in fun fun fun from drunks, to attempted kidnapping. There is a book out called "Oddballs, Geeks and Gangstas in the public library." Read it, my day is worse lol. It is nice to see everyones handy skills on here, and so many from NC is kinda nice :) you all have fun at work.

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  • Moira
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    I'm a nurse.

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  • snal
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    Originally posted by Vicious Ignernt View Post
    Ryan, I need your help. Snal is stalking me.
    So much for my self-education in tactical stalking invisibility...I knew that book had too many words and not enough pictures!

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