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Now that the board is getting going a little bit, we should at least knwo what you do...

Right now I am a student/caddy...

anyone else?
 

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I was a paramedic for ten years in Charlotte, NC but got hurt on the job, had to have shoulder surgery and ended up having to come 'off the street'. Now I'm an asst supervisor in communications. The biggest thing I miss is driving through Charlotte rush hour, lights and siren blazing, running people off the road and jumping curbs!!! LOLOL :D
 
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lisatw151 said:
... The biggest thing I miss is driving through Charlotte rush hour, lights and siren blazing, running people off the road and jumping curbs!!! LOLOL :D
Lisa - you've got a GTO! The only thing that is missing from above is the siren!!!
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I am a computer geek, my wife is a nurse.

---Larry
 

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Oh trust me Larry....I'm reliving my career! LOL The only problem is... I didn't have to worry about Mr. Po-lice man when I was working... I've got my 17yr old son's Mitsubishi GTZ on my insurance policy (OUCH) as well as hubby's F250, the GTO and a camper. So I definitely cannot afford a ticket!! :(
 

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I'm a the Parts manager at a GMC, Pontiac, Buick, Subaru, Hyundai, and Daewoo dealership. Been a parts guy for almost 20 years now, and a car geek for life. Married and father of two boys. A 3 year old and a 2 month old. :eek:
Being a dad is cool.

Brian
 

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I'm A Police Officer And I Agree With Lisa. Driving My Gto Is A Blast But Running Emergency Down A Busy Street Is A Totally Different Experience.
 

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Brian, you are soooo right. It's indescribable; I guess because you're not worried about getting stopped. WOOHOO what a rush. Adrenaline junkie? You got that right! LOL
 

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I retired in 2000 after 27 years in Corrections. Let me tell you first hand, retirement is not what I thought it would be. It's about 10 times better! Last of 5 boys still at home, he turns 16 tomorrow and has his appointment set for 10am at the DMV. Wife retired from same place I did so we are just doing what ever our little hearts desire. I considered getting rid of my Volvo S60 AWD turbo and getting the new GTO but I like the AWD in the Alaska winters. I already have the 66 for fun and doubt I could talk the wife into both. I may try for the 06 when it comes. That would be kind of cool. Get rid of her Saturn, give her my Volvo, get brand new GTO. Yeah, that should work. Anyone got a couch I could sleep on?
 

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you can sleep on my couch if you let me drive the Goat.... :D

im the night crew forman of a machine shop. i have 3 employees and im 23 yrs old. which is why most dealerships such as 2 pontiac, 1 infinity, 1 volvo, and 1 bmw, won't give me the time of day... even though i probably make more than their salesmen. anyways... since the rise of the night crew at my shop, production has more than doubled so they show me a bit of.... gratitude. :D which is why i will be getting an '05 GTO soon.
 

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I am a project coordinator for a large structural steel fabricator in Phoenix, Az. Right now i am temporarily living in Lost Wages....i mean Las Vegas and working on the new add on for the Venetian Hotel and Casino. :cool
 

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I'm an accountant for a commercial/multi-family construction company in downtown Kansas City. I've lived in Independence, Missouri all my life...except for college when I was in Columbia, Missouri.
 

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I just registered and I am currently a troll :( I have been researching the 2005 GTO :D , which is how I found this forum. I am in commercial real estate developement and my wife is a police dispatch supervisor for a university.

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I am a Project Manager for a construction company. Currently managing a 65 million dollar wastewater treatement plant expansion. And yes, some days it stinks :)
 

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kevracer said:
I am a Project Manager for a construction company. Currently managing a 65 million dollar wastewater treatement plant expansion. And yes, some days it stinks :)
At least you know where to look when it does stink, and having to work with **** is a normal expecation - unlike my job here. I get to dig in this crap all the time, and i don't even know where it ccomes from!!! :eek:

---Larry
 

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I own an Export Packing & International Freight Forwarding company in Houston. We crate cargo, load ocean containers, put cargo on aircraft and vessels to various destinations around the world. We do import, export, whatever we can get our hands into. I can get anything in or out of the country. Legal commodities, that is :D
 
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