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Actually, I'm on the shopping hunt for such stuff. I can type a bit - in spurts, but it hurts.

 

Poetic.

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Turning 24 soon, and I am a corporate sales rep at a large IT reseller.

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36 years old, married, 2 kids and working as a hydrographer. Sonar acoustic is my working environment.
post #49 of 164
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I'm a procaryote


If you don't mind your organelles bumping up against your DNA than neither do I.  tongue.gif

 

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Wow, that sounds really interesting! Are you a professor at a university by any chance? I'm also interested in pursuing a PhD and focusing on research.
 


No, currently I'm a post-doctoral researcher at a medical school.  Hopefully in a couple of years..

 

You don't happen to work with mice full of Brilliant Blue G, do you?

 


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post #50 of 164

Polyethylene/steel welder for a gas pipeline company.

post #51 of 164

Retired now - 63 Y/O

 

Managed the overhaul depot for meteorological instruments and navigational aids equipment for USAF.  Do'n lectronics fer 45 + years, plus background in QC, management thingies, etc.  Back to my roots in audio as a hobby.

post #52 of 164

Most of what I have to say about myself is in my profile: http://www.head-fi.org/user/tiemen

I'm working at the Town Hall, a administrative job in the social security field for 20 hours a week. The other hours I'm doing the household, since my wife works more hours, and I have two sons (13 and 18 years).

 

I came here with a question about non sibilant closed headphones, because I experienced sibilance with my Sony MDR-CD1700.

After selling them, and buying them back, I found out that the answer was: wash and clean the earpads to get rid of the moist and sweat that has intruded them. And stuff the pads, because they became flat.

I had to find it out myself.

 

But I also had the opportunity to try out and buy some great cans, thanks to Head-Fi!

I learnt a lot, and it was fun for the most part.


Edited by Tiemen - 3/9/11 at 1:10am
post #53 of 164
Final year undergraduate in Computer Science, soon to be working in Processor Design for ARM.
post #54 of 164

University student (design engineering). Don't have a job, but the government pays me to study so life's good bigsmile_face.gif

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That sounds intere ohh a pony I want some ice cream. biggrin.gif  But seriously, I am currently a student studying to be a Certified Opthalmic Technician. Spent nearly 24 years in the Air Force so I don't want to do something too difficult or with crappy hours and this should fit the bill.
 

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Neuroscience PhD, researching attention systems in the brain and diseases that affect these systems like Alzheimer's & stroke.



 

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If you don't mind your organelles bumping up against your DNA than neither do I.  tongue.gif

 


No, currently I'm a post-doctoral researcher at a medical school.  Hopefully in a couple of years..

 

You don't happen to work with mice full of Brilliant Blue G, do you?

 

Hm, not at the moment...though there is a bioengineering lab at my college using targeted nanoparticles for fluorescent endoscopy in mice. XD

 

My parents used to call me by my nickname 'mice' (to this day I still don't know why they called me that) and my favorite color at the time was blue.
 

 

post #57 of 164

I work with people , mostly those looking for an exit from nowhere hoping to reach somewhere. 

My job is to entice them to become rather than be . 

Together we turn pages, we listen to new tunes, we listen with different phones.

We delve into the music of life asking how, not why. 

Some are neglected grand pianos, some just clogged up recorders.

Some make music again, some for the first time and some remain silent but they all attend the concert.

post #58 of 164

Hello.

Newbie to this forum, thought I would stop in and intro.

I do Emergency Medicine at a state University Medical Center in The City.

But that's just for food money and to keep the farm running....

 

For Living, I do Art Photography and Horse Farming. Not that much cash IN from either one,(plenty OUT), but it's all therapy for surviving what I do to make money.

A lot of other relatively inconsequential information about me can be found in my profile.

 

@ Kirosia(on pg 1 of this thread);

Chin up. 

Go take a 6 week $820 yoga seminar in Mexico from some creature named Devashwarmi Miranda, come back and start a yoga studio immediately adjacent to whatever Book and Cafe' nook it is that the soccer moms are hanging in while the kids are in school.

Sell a line of mauve spandex and juice bar items while you offer Beginner Yoga,(Firm Flab in 40 Minutes!), you'll be raking it in in no time, and you can start selling franchises next year. 


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Not like I own rights to it, like gangsta style. You mess wit' me, and you gonna lose yo' destinaaaay!

 

Naw, I'm an in between jobs writer with a broken arm... sucks. Nice to meet you.
 


Hope you didn't break your arm riding that road bike in your last avatar.  Those don't heal quite as well as bones.  Gangster turf battle?

 

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@ Kirosia(on pg 1 of this thread);

Chin up. 

Go take a 6 week $820 yoga seminar in Mexico from some creature named Devashwarmi Miranda, come back and start a yoga studio immediately adjacent to whatever Book and Cafe' nook it is that the soccer moms are hanging in while the kids are in school.

Sell a line of mauve spandex and juice bar items while you offer Beginner Yoga,(Firm Flab in 40 Minutes!), you'll be raking it in in no time, and you can start selling franchises next year. 


Hahahahaha. 

 

Oh wow...

 

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