What do you do? -Job

Since: Jan 11

Greeneville TN

#62 Jun 7, 2013
herenow wrote:
ok, what I do... I stand back and watch while they smack nine tons of steel together with 1200 tons of force as fast as they can till it all flies to hell. When it does i Pick up the pieces and remake whatever it takes for them to do it again. I get to plaY with machines that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and get to walk outside and smoke a ciggarette whenever the mood hits me because most stand in front of thus said machines too scared to push any button to make it move, but I can make it dance. And when I make it dance it is sexy. I push go and an unstoppable force hits an unmovable object so perfect that it can be measured in decimal zero zero zero (1). Lol it sounds cool that way but it pays $22 and hour in east Tennessee. It's the best I got right now...
So you're a mechanic? Kidding. You're maintenance in a factory?

Since: Jan 13

Chicago, IL

#63 Jun 7, 2013
FriendofDog wrote:
I'm a life coach.(That's what it seems like anyway)
i need a donkey life coach. I fenced in another pasture and put up a gate. Only 3 out of six donkeys will go out the gate. Theres some good eating out there.
pill billy

United States

#64 Jun 7, 2013
herenow wrote:
ok, what I do... I stand back and watch while they smack nine tons of steel together with 1200 tons of force as fast as they can till it all flies to hell. When it does i Pick up the pieces and remake whatever it takes for them to do it again. I get to plaY with machines that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and get to walk outside and smoke a ciggarette whenever the mood hits me because most stand in front of thus said machines too scared to push any button to make it move, but I can make it dance. And when I make it dance it is sexy. I push go and an unstoppable force hits an unmovable object so perfect that it can be measured in decimal zero zero zero (1). Lol it sounds cool that way but it pays $22 and hour in east Tennessee. It's the best I got right now...
dat sownds hard. Gubiment wurk is easyer. Dey just bring me a check. I wuv my gubiment.

Since: Dec 11

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#65 Jun 7, 2013
Se7en187 wrote:
<quoted text>haha
You're silly. I know what you do and it's so much more than that.
Ok,ok,I give up. I'm a office worker. I work in a tiny office that weighs 500,000 pounds and has 6,250 horsepower and no elevator.

Since: Jan 11

Greeneville TN

#66 Jun 7, 2013
Dixie iron fist wrote:
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Ok,ok,I give up. I'm a office worker. I work in a tiny office that weighs 500,000 pounds and has 6,250 horsepower and no elevator.
Heavy equipment operator?

Since: Apr 11

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#67 Jun 7, 2013
Se7en187 wrote:
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lol I so laughed out loud
Nope none of those lol!

Since: Apr 11

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#68 Jun 7, 2013
Dixie iron fist wrote:
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Ok,ok,I give up. I'm a office worker. I work in a tiny office that weighs 500,000 pounds and has 6,250 horsepower and no elevator.
Hmmmmm

“Cure 4 ignorance-> Knowledge!”

Since: Feb 11

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#69 Jun 7, 2013
Dixie iron fist wrote:
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Ok,ok,I give up. I'm a office worker. I work in a tiny office that weighs 500,000 pounds and has 6,250 horsepower and no elevator.
Ooh, ooh.. Pick me! Pick me! I know, I know! Lol
Noone

Greeneville, TN

#70 Jun 7, 2013
GApeach-TNflower wrote:
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Ooh, ooh.. Pick me! Pick me! I know, I know! Lol
Train conductor?
Noone

Greeneville, TN

#71 Jun 7, 2013
Dixie iron fist wrote:
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Ok,ok,I give up. I'm a office worker. I work in a tiny office that weighs 500,000 pounds and has 6,250 horsepower and no elevator.
Train conductor?

“Read all about it!”

Since: Jan 11

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#72 Jun 7, 2013
kristilou wrote:
<quoted text>i need a donkey life coach. I fenced in another pasture and put up a gate. Only 3 out of six donkeys will go out the gate. Theres some good eating out there.
Ahh.. that's so funny Kristilou.. I dont' know anything about donkeys.. why wont' they go out there- because it's different?

“Cure 4 ignorance-> Knowledge!”

Since: Feb 11

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#73 Jun 7, 2013
FriendofDog wrote:
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Ahh.. that's so funny Kristilou.. I dont' know anything about donkeys.. why wont' they go out there- because it's different?
Can you lead them out by use of the others? Lol

Since: Jan 13

Chicago, IL

#74 Jun 7, 2013
FriendofDog wrote:
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Ahh.. that's so funny Kristilou.. I dont' know anything about donkeys.. why wont' they go out there- because it's different?
there was an electric fence, now i put just a regular gate. They don't understand the dynamics of electricity. They think its the end of everything on the other side.

Since: Jan 13

Chicago, IL

#75 Jun 7, 2013
GApeach-TNflower wrote:
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Can you lead them out by use of the others? Lol
my husband picked one of the little ones and carried her over there. Her momma was upset but wouldn't cross. they take lots of patience, more cautious than a horse. It's taken almost a year now to socialize one of the Jennys. I bought a couple of wild ones, Agatha took a week to love me and Minerva took almost a year.

Since: May 13

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#76 Jun 7, 2013
I have an old dog that when I added on a room to my house, he wouldn't enter it. Even when tempted with freshly grilled steak, he acted like it was the gateway to the twilight zone.
Maybe it was and my third eye just didn't "see" it.

I think he is my Nagual.

Since: Jan 13

Chicago, IL

#77 Jun 7, 2013
OneEye NoBrain wrote:
I have an old dog that when I added on a room to my house, he wouldn't enter it. Even when tempted with freshly grilled steak, he acted like it was the gateway to the twilight zone.
Maybe it was and my third eye just didn't "see" it.
I think he is my Nagual.
that is funny!

“Cure 4 ignorance-> Knowledge!”

Since: Feb 11

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#78 Jun 7, 2013
kristilou wrote:
<quoted text> my husband picked one of the little ones and carried her over there. Her momma was upset but wouldn't cross. they take lots of patience, more cautious than a horse. It's taken almost a year now to socialize one of the Jennys. I bought a couple of wild ones, Agatha took a week to love me and Minerva took almost a year.
Maybe they're trying to tell you the grass isn't always greener on the other side... Lol

Since: Jan 13

Chicago, IL

#79 Jun 7, 2013
GApeach-TNflower wrote:
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Maybe they're trying to tell you the grass isn't always greener on the other side... Lol
i like that.

“The Man, The Myth, The Legend”

Since: Jun 10

Do ya feel lucky punk?

#80 Jun 25, 2013
Mr Christian wrote:
Co owner of a Tire Store in another town close by.
I need some mud tires..got any good deals?

Since: Jan 13

Chicago, IL

#81 Jun 26, 2013
kristilou wrote:
<quoted text>i like that.
well wouldnt u know after buying $650.00 worth of hay the little boogers found there bravehearts and walked into the new pasture.

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