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I work in the Distilling industry.

I am privileged enough to live beside Turnberry, where the RICOH Women's Opening is being held.

I was looking forward to attending it this summer, but unfortunately I need to be away that weekend.

All hotels in the area are fully booked and I am willing to short let my 2 bedroom apartment opposite the Turnberry (Prime location for those that want to be close by) if you are finding it difficult to secure a location message me for further details :-)

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Hello everyone,

Since 1980, I've been an organizational consultant. My specialty has been in brain function and behavior and how this affects organizational culture. in 2001 I started specializing in the brain's timing mechanisms. Since then, I've improved the timing of hundreds of individuals. Timing Training improves coordination and it improves every measurement of athletic performance.

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I spent some years as a Radar Tech, a long career as a supervisor in a natural gas company, and after my first retirement, I have taken up playing the piano in a *****house, ( I say that rather than the real job of a customs broker working for a firm that golfers bringing in equipment and accessories absolutely hate to use.) Receiving pensions now, Ultimate goal will be to become the barnacle to taxpayers that I have always dreamed to become.
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I'm an accountant who has had a number of different stops in his career, but am thoroughly enjoying working for a small engineering consulting company. Working with people who are excited about what they are doing is tremendously empowering.

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Still working as a Web Developer (php, mysql, html, css, javascript) and providing with a bit of IT support (phone systems and network) when required.

Dabbling in game programming and 3d modelling too, using Unreal Engine 4 and Blender 3d.

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I work at a residential treatment facility for children helping kids that have psychological and behavioral difficulties.

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I work at a residential treatment facility for children helping kids that have psychological and behavioral difficulties.

I don't normally comment on these post but yours deserves a round of applause. :dance:

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Hello, first post!

I sell real estate. So I'm taking golf up again, naturally. We realtors have to do something with our "down time." Hahaha

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