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Old 04-05-2013, 01:30 PM   #61
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I'm switching careers from being a Methodist preacher (a surprisingly stressful and time consuming job- think 60-85 hours a week, 51 weeks a year if you get assigned to a struggling church) to becoming a public school teacher.
Every time I hear the word "preacher", I think of Son House and/or Derek Trucks... ;-)



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Oooh! Another fringe benefit of being a paramedic.. all the free puke I could ever want! Yayy!


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Oooh! Another fringe benefit of being a paramedic.. all the free puke I could ever want! Yayy!
do you think it could be fermented?
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do you think it could be fermented?
Most of it already is..

Budweiser puke smells exactly like Budweiser. It's a little disconcerting, actually..
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Budweiser puke smells exactly like Budweiser. It's a little disconcerting, actually..
Kinda like how no matter what you eat at McDonald's all the burps taste the same... Cookie, Big Mac, Fruit and Yogurt, Orange Hi-C.... all the same disgusting burp!
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I get to play with critters....Wolves, coyotes, snakes, lizards, tortoises and turtles, birds, rodents, cats, exotics...etc....


I work about 70 hours a week on average... But it does not seem like work when I enjoy what I am doing...
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I'm an audio engineer/instructor. I teach at a very established audio school which has 8 studios split between 2 campuses. We have a multitude of amazing microphones, consoles, tape decks, compressors, EQs, etc. I can pretty much book out any studio any time I wish.


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