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I am still at school/college in Year 12. (England)

However, I have a part-time job, powerwashing gutters and all-sorts of odd jobs like that. Sucks, but the pay is awesome!
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hi, just found this forum last night and promptly stayed up for several hours after my bed time just reading! Luckily I'm a telecommuter, so I can afford to wake up late. I'm an engineer for a DC firm, but I live in Georgia.
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i am a college student that plays golf on fridays pretty often since its my day off (i packed in all of my classes during the week to have a 3 day weekend every weekend). during vacations and during summer break i play at least 3 times a week at my local course
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