What is your occupation?

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Plus, what's better than going out with a girl whose hair looks like it's done up like a bag of cheesy popcorn?
 

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I still drink Olvatine- Chocolate Malt flavor. Good stuff, but lately opted for Carnation Instant breakfast instead. Same flavor, more nutrition.
 

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Im an IT guy by profession. Right now im back to school for langauge course and working for a market research institute.
 

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It might be. Can you post a picture?

And, why did this thread get so off topic, mommy? :D


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NASA space shuttle program. I helped built Apollo 13 and walked on the moon, twice!
 

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I've recently changed my occupation. I've left the armed forces and I now work for a wireless energy management company as a Databuild Technician. In short, a computer programmar. I configure wireless sensors and controls for AHU's (Air Handling Units).

Watch this space, though. I'm pushing incredibly hard for a Field Engineer position. I'm a fully qualified spark so my qualifications will help me get where I need to be. Times are hard, but at least I'm in work.
 

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I've recently changed my occupation. I've left the armed forces and I now work for a wireless energy management company as a Databuild Technician. In short, a computer programmar. I configure wireless sensors and controls for AHU's (Air Handling Units).

Watch this space, though. I'm pushing incredibly hard for a Field Engineer position. I'm a fully qualified spark so my qualifications will help me get where I need to be. Times are hard, but at least I'm in work.
That's awesome. So are you working with inductive charging like Power Mat-type stuff? I spent the first three years as an Computer and Electrical Engineering major before switching to Information Technology and Informatics.
 

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Since the Spring of 2009 and until now I'm still an undergraduate freshman at the American University in Cairo. I will become a Sophomore next semester. I sure hope I become a Graduating Senior soon enough, since I study in both the winter and summer semesters in addition to the fall and spring.
 

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That's awesome. So are you working with inductive charging like Power Mat-type stuff? I spent the first three years as an Computer and Electrical Engineering major before switching to Information Technology and Informatics.
Nope, I'm configuring narrowband wireless sensors which monitor all different types of things like, presense, temperature, light, metering, security etc etc. You could pretty much control/monitor what ever you want, it's really quite interesting. I wish when I left school and college that I didn't join the forces, but instead start my career as an electrician of some sorts. As my last 6 years have been spent being a tactician. Crazy, huh?