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Ishbel Bullen

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how many of you work in the trades here?

 

i know a lot of you work in offices but i dont hear anything about the trades. I'm a 2nd Year Apprentice Ironworker myself, anyone else here in the trades?

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I used to be a groundskeeper at a country club....now i rock the suit and tie.

 

I still have calluses on my hands as keepsakes though

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Carpentry, finish carpentry, drywall finisher, and I dable with minor plumbing. Id love to learn electricity.

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Basically everyone in my family works in an engine machine shop or is a mechanic I did it for a long time when I was a kid.

 

I think thats what got me strong. Lifting engine blocks and cranks all day for 4 summers.

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Originally posted by mr.yuck@Jan 19 2006, 03:59 PM

Carpentry, finish carpentry, drywall finisher, and I dable with minor plumbing. Id love to learn electricity.

 

damn, son, you must be rolling in the dough.

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Originally posted by ego maniac@Jan 19 2006, 04:38 PM

nuthin better than a working class man

 

You're kidding, right?

 

I thought the girls are into the suit and ties.

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I may work in an office, but the only rig I have is a dope ass 70's cream white tux with bell bottoms and goldish brown trim.

 

yes, its supafly!

sorry no ruffles.

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Originally posted by Weapon X+Jan 19 2006, 09:38 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Weapon X - Jan 19 2006, 09:38 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-mr.yuck@Jan 19 2006, 03:59 PM

Carpentry, finish carpentry, drywall finisher, and I dable with minor plumbing. Id love to learn electricity.

 

damn, son, you must be rolling in the dough.

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When i work things are good. When I find side work, things are really good. It's hard getting quality side jobs at a young age though. A lot of people have this misconception that you have to be 50+ to know what you are talking about. The other misconception is that people think that since i am younger i will work for any rediculously low amount of money. Fuck them and fuck that.

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Guest im not witty

i build office furniture and shit. used to work in a cabinet shop. its not that great but its alot more fun building the desk than sitting at it.

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I come from a long line of dentists/orthodontists/teeth people.

 

There is absolutely nothing even remotely interesting to me about teeth, so I'm breaking the legacy so I can design things and make awesome stuff.

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used to do drywall, carpet, electrical, plumbing, drop ceilings, tile floors, carpentry. i prefer taht shit over office jobs anyday.

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is whole sale a trade?

 

if so im a soon to be whole saler

 

and ive done construction, house framing to be exact

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