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6 hours ago, DavidFitzsimmons said:

Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Nobody pays me for anything I do. They pay me for what I used to do.

Welcome to TST, nice job 😀

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6 hours ago, DavidFitzsimmons said:

Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Nobody pays me for anything I do. They pay me for what I used to do.

Welcome to TST. 

Well said. 

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  • 6 months later...

I'm a truck driver and every now and then, I stop by a hospital or reference lab and repair a blood bank analyzer.  Well, at least that's how it feels. 😉  I'm actually a field service engineer for a blood bank analyzer company, but I spend as much time driving to accounts as in them.  My 3 1/2 year old pickup has 118k miles on it already. (We drive our own vehicles and get a stipend to make up for it.) I hope to be retired and a full-time golf bum in the not-to-distant future!

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4 hours ago, gg194 said:

Retired twenty plus years, best job I ever had.

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Well, what I do for a living has changed a bit since I saw this thread.

I am still teaching, but I have moved to high school.  I now teach Marketing & Entrepreneurship for one period a day, and the rest of my day is spent building my new school's Work Based Learning program.

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I’m a police detective, I’ll be retiring in the Spring of 2022. I played about 5-10 rounds a year and really started getting serious this year. I’m enjoying myself and looking forward to improving. I usually break 100, but not by much! And it can be either side of that number, normally south of it though.

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2 hours ago, Bigsean115 said:

I’m a police detective, I’ll be retiring in the Spring of 2022. I played about 5-10 rounds a year and really started getting serious this year. I’m enjoying myself and looking forward to improving. I usually break 100, but not by much! And it can be either side of that number, normally south of it though.

Welcome to TST and thank you for your service to your community.   You'll enjoy retirement, it's the best job I've had!  

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In the US Army. 18 1/2 years. So close to retirement. Currently in Washington State. Great golf course out here with great views 

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6 minutes ago, Sapper said:

In the US Army. 18 1/2 years. So close to retirement. Currently in Washington State. Great golf course out here with great views 

Thank you for your service! And welcome to TST

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I'm a mechanical engineer, working for an engineering firm that provides product development services, everything from concept through production- parts of it or all of it, whatever the client needs. Working from home most of the time these days.

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