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PostPosted: Tue Feb 24, 2004 8:41 pm 
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Location: at the stick, drinkin drinks, and lookin at a thing in a bag.
magician for a yeear and im gonna bag groceries mor meijers next year cuz im only 13! lol another funny thing is that im better at card handling and magic then this guy i no whos been doin magic for 6 years. lol


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I am an Accountant for the State of CO, I work for a college here in town...I have been doing it for about 4 years + all told, between being a temp for a while, leaving and then coming back full time.

I am looking for a new job where my g/f lives so I can live with her. 8)


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I'm still hanging out at school. 8)


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I am in my 3rd year in college studying architecture but in the meanwhile I am working in my dad is restaurant/bar.


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i'm a student for over 8 years now... :(
first aerospace engineering. it took me a few years to find out it was not what i wanted. now public administration


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borysm wrote:
I went from pathological lab work to disaster recovery software support...how's that for diverse?


About as diverse as me I went from working in a microbiology lab (Receiving Supervisor) to Advertising photography (14 months now)


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 9:55 am 
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Dar_kwan wrote:
borysm wrote:
I went from pathological lab work to disaster recovery software support...how's that for diverse?


About as diverse as me I went from working in a microbiology lab (Receiving Supervisor) to Advertising photography (14 months now)


Paarrrty. Three cheers for all of us working stiffs. I'd much rather being going to get my MFA in film school. :D


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 10:16 am 
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college student as of right now going for my contruction manangement degree and will be starting a carpentry degree in the summer. to pass the time i build houses on the computer using a builder software called solidbuilder. its pretty fun work and i get a lot of real world expeirence. if you would like to see the poduct i use and some examples of what the houses look like go to www.digitalcanal.com as of right now im workign on building up a database of premade houses in teh quick plans section which should be up shortly


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College Student Majoring in Editing and Sound At NCSA School of Filmmaking. I work as a projectionist and street magician when I'm not in school. Had both of those jobs for 2-3 years. Just about to finish my 2nd year of college.


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Database programmer for a software firm that makes computer programs for managing nursing homes/retirement centers. A big business that's going to get a lot bigger real soon, when all the baby boomers retire.

Been at it about 15 years, 4 1/2 at this company. Worked writing database programs for my inlaw's auction company before that.

Robert V Frazier


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 5:07 pm 
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retrac!

How about some tips for GCSE/grade 11 science for your good pal Roy :)
I'm in the higher set (or whatever you Americans call it) for all sciences and am thinking about Biology for College. Psychology is another possibility and could prove useful in the magic field of mentalism but i very much doubt it.


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Anesthesiologist, for 15 years


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Unemployed, at present time. Just retired in Oct after 21 yrs in the US Navy. Trying to get my magic business going and find some steady work.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 10:03 pm 
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cowboy4ever wrote:
retrac wrote:
I teach high school science (biology, chemistry, earth science). I've been doing it for a few years now. I love it.


wow...me and you need to get talking some time :lol:

I'm in grade 10.


What do you need to know?


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 10:05 pm 
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Magic_Roy wrote:
retrac!

How about some tips for GCSE/grade 11 science for your good pal Roy :)
I'm in the higher set (or whatever you Americans call it) for all sciences and am thinking about Biology for College. Psychology is another possibility and could prove useful in the magic field of mentalism but i very much doubt it.


Well my "good pal" Roy...here's a tip! STUDY! :wink:


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