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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by sd0324, Dec 14, 2015.

  1. Ron Tamburrini A Fixture

    Well it is a lot easier now as gravity takes its toll :D
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  2. billyturnip A Fixture


    You won't be saying that when you're being carried out of the house on a stretcher like that. :smug:
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  3. Tubby-Nuts2 A Fixture

    Things are going 'South', then?? :LOL:

  4. ChaosCossack A Fixture

    I may have to put out my eyes with a hot poker to blur that image... Thanks for that
  5. billyturnip A Fixture


    What would the neighbours think?

  6. Tubby-Nuts2 A Fixture

    :ROFLMAO:That is a fair point.

  7. Uruk-Hai PlanetFigure Supporter


    Aye, theres is nothing about turning tricks you dont know. :whistle:

    Janne Nilsson
  8. Ron Tamburrini A Fixture

    Well that frock wearing priest can be my wing man any day :D
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  9. Huw63 A Fixture

    Time to catch up after a short trip to the UK. This thread is very interesting in terms of age and interests.

    I've worked in IT for 30 years initially programming, then network support, then project leading and management, operational management and when I got made redundant in 2003 I chose the field of Project Portfolio management. I work as a Project Portfolio manager though my job goes next summer as the firm has decided to move some people to other countries and will make some (who coincidentally are all over 50) redundant. My "gardening leave" should start in February and then I will be on paid absence until the end of the summer when I get a small pay-off. I'm not sure what I would like to do next as I'm a bit too young and not wealthy enough to retire.

    It was luck that I got my first computing in the 1970s at school and that allowed me to make a career of it. I took a business and science degree rather than history (it seemed wise at the time but probably it wouldn't have made too much difference). History is a passion in any event and also languages are very important being of a nomadic disposition (I speak 4 though my spoken French is massively out of practice). Other passions of mine are choppers (motorbikes you rabble), rock music, follwing Cardiff City football club (soccer) and I've always had a bit of problem with authority when it doesn't make sense... oh yes I have no dress sense beyond jeans, boots and t-shirts, hoodies etc.


  10. samson Well-Known Member

    hi i work in a steel warehouse .run the dry part of the warehouse.
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  11. brian A Fixture

    There's still time!
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  12. brian A Fixture

    You don't shit in the streets no more,i'll give you that one ,but can't think of anything else:ROFLMAO:
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  13. brian A Fixture

    Your spot on there.The downside is, that if the pupils get out of hand ,they have 42 sharp teeth for the teacher:(
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  14. kenshin393 A Fixture

    I started out building cars, welding, panel setting and the like, worked for rover/mg and rolls royce. Then for BMW as an ultrasound technician, which was basically 5 years of inventive skiving. Nowadays you can find me quietly glazing ophthalmic lenses (I make specs), whilst thinking about paint. And varnish. And more paint.
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  15. kagemusha A Fixture

    Been a printer since I left school....apart from a 3 year break to work as a 'vac-former' in the plastics industry......
    This is where I am these days....
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    A long walk! :whistle:

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  16. Mike S. Well-Known Member

    I'm a freelance commercial illustrator.
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  17. Mike Stevens PlanetFigure Supporter

    I was a professional Soldier in the Unites States Army for a 11 years. After I got out I went to work in Corporate Finance. I'm in the Oil and Gas Industry now. Tough times these days in the days in the Industry.
  18. sd0324 A Fixture

    Ranger up.

  19. Rich Sculpts A Fixture

    Good Lord - that is a beast!

    I trained as a print minder after leaving the Ambulance service (spent 11 years in the trade before taking redundancy).

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  20. Eludia A Fixture

    I have dedicated my life to finding the perfect job that pays well for not doing very much at all. Naturally I started my quest in the military before dabbling a little bit in IT and now I drive about and drink tea in other people's houses all day whilst always keeping one eye on the clock for knock off time (occasionally I fix telephone lines, or install broadband in between cups of tea).

    My aim is to stop working at 55 (at least full time), 10 years to go. As you can probably guess, I absolutely detest working for a living but, unfortunately, it is a necessary evil if you want enough coinage to do the things you really want to do.
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