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Director of Technology and Athletics ...because footballs and computers go so well together. Port Angeles School District.

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If you're good at pleasuring women, you might want to see about getting a position at the Stud Farm, Fairweather. It's Heidi Fleiss' newest business venture. Here's the linky where you can apply.

 

I won't even ask what type of late-night "internet research" led you to that amusing find you lonely, lonely mommy, you. :laf: Seems to me that a job like that would be just like guiding - turning something otherwise fun into work.

 

 

:lmao:

 

No internet research needed. It was the topic of conversation on every radio station in PDX yesterday morning as I drove to and from Crossfit.

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tree work

 

Tree work eh? If you're not a certified arborist or work under the supervision of one then you're a tree butcher. Good to here you've got other things going on.

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It is apparent to me that climbers are generally the hard science type. Many people I meet or climb with are some flavor of engineer, physicist, chemist or biologist. It'll be interesting to see whether this thread agrees...

 

 

I'm a almost done with my undergrad in Pre-physical therapy.

I have noticed that many climbers are into science, as well. Climbers are typically pretty smart people.

 

Maybe science people are into climbing because it involves paying attention to details? Also, most people at Western WA Univeristy who are science majors are also the ones in the best shape. Maybe because they enjoy the outside (and are studying it) so naturally they go outside, exercise, and enjoy it. So precision, detailed work, love for the outdoors and healthy people mean potential for good rock climber?

 

Just some thoughts on that..

 

Yeah, it does seem like we're heavy on the left-brained sort. :nurd: Maybe it's not so much that climbers in general tend to be of the enginerd/scientific ilk but that these are the sort of climbers who are more likely to spend their days in front of computers and seek to connect with other climbers via online forums.

 

 

 

I suck at science and math. I'm an artist and a woodworker.

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I've got powertools that can burn through money.

 

I've only got 5 chainsaws and one chipper left for power tools. They can run through money.

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If you're good at pleasuring women, you might want to see about getting a position at the Stud Farm, Fairweather. It's Heidi Fleiss' newest business venture. Here's the linky where you can apply.

 

shit 125 an hr were do i sign up??

 

before you get too excited....make sure you understand what they pay, and what YOU can make.

 

5/60 * 125 is only like 10 bucks

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Water transactions manager.....I negotiate water rights transactions and conduct water asset valuations west of the Mississippi. Yes, water is now a commodity!

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tree work

 

Tree work eh? If you're not a certified arborist or work under the supervision of one then you're a tree butcher. Good to here you've got other things going on.

 

Take the elitist shit and cram it up your ass, Feck.

 

BTW, It is spelled "hear"

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programmer with a fancy-sounding title, who doesn't write much code anymore.

 

i'm not a very good climber though...

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tree work

 

Tree work eh? If you're not a certified arborist or work under the supervision of one then you're a tree butcher. Good to here you've got other things going on.

 

Take the elitist shit and cram it up your ass, Feck.

 

BTW, It is spelled "hear"

 

Yes my spelling sucks at times, but things could be worse; I could be a professional butt plunger like you.

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I was in the prOn industry for a short bit, but it wasn't for me so now I'm in education (seriously).

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Now temporarily retired after selling my own Internet service company. Reference librarian before that.

 

Which Library system? My wife works at the Spokane County Library in the valley.

 

I'm a programmer but am interested in getting into the porn industry as an coreographer. Either that or a climbing guide book author. Or a surgeon.

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