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Old 07-28-2013, 04:56 PM
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Investing, and providing information to six others in Europe** that may be of interest. Most of the time I get it right. Even when time to 'Duck!!!'

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Part-time alternative ed. teacher, part-time hardware store guy. A lot like herding cats!
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Todd: That is some awesome work! I had a guy remodel the bathroom in the house I owned in Laramie, it turned out really good, but I think your work is even better.

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I recently started a new job doing architectural survey and drawing for a local company that specializes in high end home remodels. its been fun so far. Before that I was an IT Administrator for an engineering office, and before that I was doing mechanical ( HVAC ) and electrical engineering/design work at the same firm.
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Got the bacon rounded up...did it working in the parcel and freight delivery business. Not big margins...should have done oil instead.
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