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Wow, a lot of IT guys............cough nerds cough..........just kidding, don't hurt me. I'm a college student, majoring in sororities if you catch my drift.

I'm a software/web consultant. I like looking through the server logs mid-day to see who's browsing the main site (we don't keep statistics on forum usage). It's always a bunch of people using thei

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No, but I took the 'World's smallest political quiz', and it determined that I AM indeed a libertarian.

I'm a centrist leaning towards libertarianism.

I'll leave out the usual disclaimers about how poorly a few questions can determine where I stand on anything... and just shut up now. http://www.theadvocates.org/quiz-score/draw.php?p=6&e;=6
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I own and operate a small HVAC (air conditioning/heating) business.


"Good morning, I'll be in that area and at your home between 9:30-11:30 this morning" "Yes, that's as early as I can be there"

actually have a 7:30-9:30 am with the excecutive course for a quick 9


Nice being the boss

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I am a Critical Care Nurse..I primarily work with cardiac/respiratory patients. I am currently upping my degree and will be done in a few months. Then I can really start working my game. Right now...no time and very little $$

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I am a Critical Care Nurse..I primarily work with cardiac/respiratory patients. I am currently upping my degree and will be done in a few months. Then I can really start working my game. Right now...no time and very little $$

My sister is studying to be a nurse right now. Then she wants to move from LPN to RN and then right to... whatever is right under a doctor. A nurse practitioner, I think...

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Smart girl. It's a job that is in high demand, she can live almost anywhere she wants, and she'll make a decent living. Tell her she might want to see a financial adviser to help her prepare for retirement as soon as she starts working. Nurses usually have a crappy retirement. It's a job that is pretty tough on your body and ask any nurse and they will tell you...it's not something they want to be doing in late life. Say after 55. I am 33 and I already feel it. Also if she is unattached she might want to consider registry or travel assignments. That is a way to make some big money quick. You can make upwards of $50/hr + living expenses and sign on bonuses (at least out here). Out here in California we have a lot of travelers that are making bank. Also if she works it right ...she can take on assignments that are close to home so not much commuting is involved. Tell her good Luck and hang in there...it's a long road but worth it!
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Im a pro golfer, not, hahaha, just a student. Can anyone check out my swing, its too cold to work with a coach. How do i post it?

You can submit it to Swing Check. Look at the first article

here for the requirements.
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I am an Exercise Physiologist and the General Manager of two health clubs. Aside from the daily opperations of the clubs I do about 25-30 hours a week of personal training. I work for a guy named Peter Nielsen. He is the resident fitness expert on the NBC affiliate in Detroit. His show was recently syndicated nationally so look for him on TV in your town soon. You can check the show out at www.peternielsen.com Who knows? If the show takes off, I may be running health clubs all over the US. That way I can complain about not having enough time to play in multiple states.
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I own my own home business selling my unique knit golf head covers from my web site and on Ebay. I also own another home business designing personalized laminated bookmarks which I have been doing for 9 years. I love being a work at home mom.

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I'm a 4th year student from the University of Minnesota majoring in Genetics, Cell Biology, and Development. I'm graduating in about two weeks, which is a relief. I'm currently working in an Immunology Lab on campus and hopefully I'll stay on the lab staff and get a job after I graduate. I'm in talks with them right now and it looks like I'll get the job soon.

I've played about 3 rounds of golf this year and I want to get out more, but school is dragging me down.
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