Let's get personal....

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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by Tito Lozano » Wed Jun 12, 2013 9:24 pm

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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by seedy » Wed Jun 12, 2013 9:55 pm

haha yeah we're all just humans in the end ;)


interesting though as I really have no idea what dubmasta is talking about. typical american i am i guess! the only ignorant knowledge i think i have of the area is that macedonians kind of don't like albanians? or maybe i know nothing at all.

dubmasta send me a link or something and let's get over this topic one love my brothers! :D


great responses so far cool to know!
god rontxo i can't imagine your situation. as ross is saying it's like the world economy in general seems krap but i hear you guys have it extra bad.

ahhh landscaping....boy i did a ton of that growing up and through college. i miss it quite often. the only time i don't is when it's 95+ degrees F ;)

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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by Pandemonium » Wed Jun 12, 2013 10:07 pm

Oook... seedy, why did you ask :)
Please guys, if you're curious use google and don't start the 'Ma.ce-do.nia na-;me dis p.ut-e' topic here. PLEASE

Before you know it, new members will appear, stupid people from both countries will attack this forum with tons of bullshit statements, 100 versions of 200 truths and insults and it will all go to hell...
You're doin' too much, do less.

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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by LooseLink » Wed Jun 12, 2013 10:32 pm

Graphic Designer/Animator, though lately been drifting into Laboring again, did do an interview for an animation company recently, that'll bring me back on track more than properly if it goes though.

Oh, and do abit of TR of course :D

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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by Ross » Wed Jun 12, 2013 11:21 pm

Yes, let's keep it friendly chaps, don't want to be giving anybody warnings or locking the thread now! I'm sure information can be passed on privately if people are interested - it's not the sort of topic that's going to be discussed publicly without things getting heated.

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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by mcbpete » Thu Jun 13, 2013 11:31 am

Aye, easy boys ! :?

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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by Dennis » Thu Jun 13, 2013 5:40 pm

Momentarily I´m working as a conductor on a train.
(I´m not sure if thats´s the right word in english but my translation program says so. It´s like controlling tickets and stuff, not like conducting an orchestra on a train :D although that may also be an interesting job!)
Not my dreamjob anyway but my study in economics crashed and getting this job was an opportunity to move back to berlin, where I live now. Really don´t want to do this for the rest of my life, but seems like I have no other choice at the mo.
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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by seedy » Thu Jun 13, 2013 6:27 pm

ok so now i am slightly more informed about the world =P

from where i sit........that whole scenario is kind of hard to grasp.
pride is really all i can gather from the still limited understanding i have

well at least we know that both pande and dubmaster are two truly awesome people.....so we have that much good going for us :)

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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by RazorJack » Thu Jun 13, 2013 9:05 pm

Engineer, got my Bachelor's degree in Applied Physics in the summer of 2011, when I was 22.

I'm working as a test/approval engineer at a company where we do metrological verification and product certification for manufacturers. Involves way more electrical engineering rather than hardcore physics, but that's easy :-) The job is a nice combination of technical lab work, research, and commercial aspects.

Hats off to you guys who work with computers all day long, sometimes I feel 8 hours a day behind a desk or in the lab gets a bit tedious, it feels like so much wasted energy!

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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by seedy » Thu Jun 13, 2013 9:36 pm

impressive!

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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by Pandemonium » Thu Jun 13, 2013 9:53 pm

I thought this was about where/what we currently work...
If we're into throwing fancy-word diplomas business - I'm an Engineer too :)
My diploma says: Electrical Engineer for Computer Techniques, Informatics and Automatics.
Old-skool program learning too, Russian style :)

But as the time passes, I don't want to work with things connected with my diploma,
I want to do something creative, writing, graphics, music - or maybe all of them :)
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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by Ross » Thu Jun 13, 2013 10:28 pm

I'm a Bachelor of Science (with honours) in Music Technology. Fat lot of good it's been.

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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by Dennis » Thu Jun 13, 2013 10:42 pm

I would like to have a bachelor in the science of music listening.:) and then work as a professional music-listener.:)
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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by Pandemonium » Thu Jun 13, 2013 11:12 pm

Dennis wrote:I would like to have a bachelor in the science of music listening.:) and then work as a professional music-listener.:)
+1

:D :D :D

You can actually have something like that
- be a music critic / pro review writer / music archivist / a walking music encyclopedia :)

all good paying (yeah right) but sucky jobs :)
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Re: Let's get personal....

Post by RazorJack » Fri Jun 14, 2013 10:01 am

Pandemonium wrote:But as the time passes, I don't want to work with things connected with my diploma
I can really relate to what you're saying. Personally, i'm missing some physical activity in my job. It's all about thinking and talking, but I want my body to be more active.

Recently I've had the armrests on my chair removed so I can sit in my favorite yoga position, the half lotus (not a good idea to go full while wearing jeans..)

And when running some long repetitive tests in the lab, I've found an excellent bar to do pull-ups from :-)

Small steps :P

Yes my colleagues think I'm weird, if they didn't already after that time I played Yage when someone asked what music I'm into...

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