What does everyone do for a living?

Sandiegan05fronty

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I am an RDA(Registered Dental Assistant), but currently do both Front and back office. I work for a Forensic Dentist. He does body identificatiion for all of Southern California. Remember the wildfires here in So. Cal. Well, he identified all the burnt victims through dental records.

What does everyone else do for a living?
 

eglaisi

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2nd Year apprentice for auto collision (bodyman). Pretty good field to get into if you have an interest in cars. Get to work on all kinds of vehicles from smart cars to huge class A motor homes.... From 40 years old to 1 month old.... very nice job to have, since bodywork is very expensive. Once I'm done the collision repair part, chances are I'll go in for the painting course. I'd love to own a resto shop in the future.
 

qborotali

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im in my last semester at st.johns university, going to fordham law school in the fall, currently a waiter at the 56th fighter group resturant, and train in mixed martial arts at miletich,ny currently 3-0
 

BRUTAL

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qborotali said:
bill what is your official opinion on jaguars? i dont tihnk i would ever buy 1
I HAVE 2, BUT NOT THE PIECE OF CRAP XTYPE, I WANT A STYPE R, OR THE NEW XFR BUT THAT ONE IS ALITTLE OUT OF MY PRICE RANGE FOR NOW, THYRE GOOD CAR, AND NOT PROBLEMATIC LIKE PRE 95'S
 

iggs

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I'm an aircraft engine mechanic for GE. We are on-site support for Boeing in the delivery of aircraft to their customers (engine specific).

I currently specialize in the CFM56-7B on the Boeing 737-NG.

I also work on other GE engines (CF6-80C, GE90-115B, and soon to be GEnx).
It just depends on workload at each site.
 

balage

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iggs said:
I'm an aircraft engine mechanic for GE. We are on-site support for Boeing in the delivery of aircraft to their customers (engine specific).

I currently specialize in the CFM56-7B on the Boeing 737-NG.

I also work on other GE engines (CF6-80C, GE90-115B, and soon to be GEnx).
It just depends on workload at each site.
Do you know an airplane with a number N31345 :smt002 ?
some people said it's an CIA airplane' number what is standing sometimes on some east europe airport.
But everybody knows CIA airplane isn't in east europe.....
Oouupps it's not the political topic :smt017



:smt003 J/K
 

iggs

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balage said:
iggs said:
I'm an aircraft engine mechanic for GE. We are on-site support for Boeing in the delivery of aircraft to their customers (engine specific).

I currently specialize in the CFM56-7B on the Boeing 737-NG.

I also work on other GE engines (CF6-80C, GE90-115B, and soon to be GEnx).
It just depends on workload at each site.
Do you know an airplane with a number N31345 :smt002 ?
some people said it's an CIA airplane' number what is standing sometimes on some east europe airport.
But everybody knows CIA airplane isn't in east europe.....
Oouupps it's not the political topic :smt017



:smt003 J/K
LOL, that's a helicopter. A very small helicopter.

According to the FAA registration search, N31345 is a Scorpion 145.
http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry ... rtxt=31345
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scorpion_(helicopter)
 

balage

New Member
iggs said:
balage said:
iggs said:
I'm an aircraft engine mechanic for GE. We are on-site support for Boeing in the delivery of aircraft to their customers (engine specific).

I currently specialize in the CFM56-7B on the Boeing 737-NG.

I also work on other GE engines (CF6-80C, GE90-115B, and soon to be GEnx).
It just depends on workload at each site.
Do you know an airplane with a number N31345 :smt002 ?
some people said it's an CIA airplane' number what is standing sometimes on some east europe airport.
But everybody knows CIA airplane isn't in east europe.....
Oouupps it's not the political topic :smt017



:smt003 J/K
LOL, that's a helicopter. A very small helicopter.


According to the FAA registration search, N31345 is a Scorpion 145.
http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry ... rtxt=31345
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scorpion_(helicopter)
Sorry N313P Boeing 737 :smt003 :smt004
 
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