What do you guys do for a living?

Jake2050
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Re: What do you guys do for a living?

Post by Jake2050 » Sun Jan 07, 2018 7:42 am

I'm 26 and I'm a union electrician, live and work on my own farm and have a two year old boy that keeps us hopping with "daddy ride tractor" and "let's go pet bobby ( his very own donkey)" lol love the farm life!!

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Re: What do you guys do for a living?

Post by FordFarmer97 » Sun Jan 07, 2018 6:03 pm

^^ Me too! Its legit
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Re: What do you guys do for a living?

Post by lefe1 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:28 am

i'm a little late to the party. Well I was a group leader at Abbott laboratories for 17 years had about 50 people to take care of made all kinds of Pharmaceutical supplies until they closed the doors and moved the plant to costa rica (that *censored*). then went to school and learned to program and run Haas CNC Mills and worked for a company to run and program CNC Haas Mills and we made products out of graphite and did that for 8 years until I ruptured 2 of my discs L4-L5 and L5-S1 flipping a 500 pound block of graphite a couple of years ago so that's why I've had a lot of time to play FS17. and I also live on the farm I grew up on that was built in 1846 so a very old farm house. we didn't have anything big just a couple of cows. goats, chickens, and pigs once in awhile. and a horse. and all my dad's coon hounds we did a lot of hunting. and I collect military items mostly from WWII. well that's it for me.
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Re: What do you guys do for a living?

Post by Treeguy1857 » Thu Jan 11, 2018 1:47 am

I'm a pig.....oink oink

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Re: What do you guys do for a living?

Post by FarmingRemasterd » Sat Jan 13, 2018 4:08 pm

LOL. So that's one of the pigs in the pigpen on Altenstien. LOL
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Re: What do you guys do for a living?

Post by gamertag Jeff Z7 » Sun Apr 01, 2018 11:53 pm

I was a Chimney Sweep for 16 years. Did everything from laying stone, brick, block, ect. to installing wood stoves, gas logs, stainless steel/aluminum lining systems, ect. I enjoyed my job & was pretty good at it. Unfortunately last January I broke my ankle. After 2 surgeries, 2 plates & 13 screws, I can no longer walk of roofs confidently.

I actually discovered FS15 on the 360 while I was layed up recovering. Bought an Xbox one just to play FS17 for the last 2 months of recovery.

I currently operate a Robosaw Jet at a granite countertop company. I am responsible for laying out a countertop onto a slab of granite using a CAD program & proceeding to use the robotic arm to cut & waterjet the pieces. Sometimes I operate the CNC to edge the pieces & sometimes I polish the edges by hand, depends on the work load that day.

It's not as fun as free standing on a 50ft chimney while running brushes through it, but it's alright.Image

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Re: What do you guys do for a living?

Post by Gimli54 » Mon Apr 02, 2018 6:03 am

I’m a broke college kid at the moment but I grew up around a farm (purely agricultural) and wishing I could spend more time out there my family doesn’t own more than 70 acres of what’s farmed (they farm well over 6,000 acres) but we’ve known the family for generations and since the boss knows I can run the equipment he sometimes calls me and asks me to come out and help them when they get backed up I’d work on the farm all my life if I could, “If you love what you do you will never work a day in your life.” -Thomas Edison

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