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    I sell drugs...legally....Pharmacist for over 20 years now

     
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    Would love to dispense some anti-anxiety meds to alot of you...we are 6-2 Calm down people... GO PATS!

     
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    Formulations Chemist Industrial Coatings and Adhesives....

    In my spare time I am also trying to find a cure for Homeritis Extreameritis.......

     
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    None of your business

     
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    Law enforcement for various agencies over the last 20 years

     
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    Senior sales analyst. Large Massachusetts based company. Not enormous but large. Family controlled. I do this from the great state of Maine! Northern half at that!

    wife is a peripheral part of the ownership group of a small/mid size fine wine and beer importer/distributor.

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    Ah northern Maine.  Brook Trout.  Grouse.  I wish I lived there. 

     

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    What you talkin' 'bout, you live in the tundra, you could hunt polar bears if you like?

     
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    Senior sales analyst. Large Massachusetts based company. Not enormous but large. Family controlled. I do this from the great state of Maine! Northern half at that!

    wife is a peripheral part of the ownership group of a small/mid size fine wine and beer importer/distributor.

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    Ah northern Maine.  Brook Trout.  Grouse.  I wish I lived there. 

     

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    And this Saturday...deer season!!! Love it!!!

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    Best time of year!  I'm more a bird hunter than big game, but nothing's better than being in the woods as the sun comes up on a crisp October or November morning with just a dusting of snow. Missed this bird season, because one dog is too old and the other too young and the one I should have been hunting with died too young from cancer.   Oh well, I guess I'll just spend more time with the steelhead run this fall . . . 

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    Says the anti-gun nut. Wink

     
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    Would love to dispense some anti-anxiety meds to alot of you...we are 6-2 Calm down people... GO PATS!

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    Sign me up, I never turn down free stuff.

     
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    Great to read, interesting set of careers. I myself teach visually impaired and blind children.  

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    Very cool.

     
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    Great! That is an experience everyone should have. It is especially important to make friends abroad. Learning the language, eating good food, experiencing the culture and above all making friends have been the most significant things about my experience in France. I will make it a point to visit Sardinia at some time...

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    Last time I was there was 2004 went back after having been long gone for more years than I care to mention.  Visited Belgian emigre friends and another friend who owned a local albergo. After a few minutes it was as if we'd never left.  

    If archaeology is your thing, head south to the ruins of Su Nuraxi di Barumini.  Dates back to the 17th century BC.  

     

     
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    Former law student, graduated this past year. Applying to some Cali based firms so that i can pack up and move out of NYC. Girlfriend just ended my life, so I'm praying someone saves me because I have to see here everyday. -_-... Or i'll just kill myself (half jk)

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    Though I have you on ignore, I saw this in a reply and felt you could use a life-tip. 

    Never, ever, Ever, EVER derail your life over a woman. Just don't do it. There is nothing more stupid that you can do. If she was that damned good, she would stand by you. Whatever you think you're losing, you aren't. You're losing something you wish she was. Got it?

     

     
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    Former law student, graduated this past year. Applying to some Cali based firms so that i can pack up and move out of NYC. Girlfriend just ended my life, so I'm praying someone saves me because I have to see here everyday. -_-... Or i'll just kill myself (half jk)

     

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    I get it. It is very painful for me to see my X everyday (also here in NYC). I have recently met someone new but letting go is never easy. 

     

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    No, I'm over her, it's just her lies that's making me hate her a little. I'm starting to think I was just the closest thing with a pulse she could hold. I'm used to being that, but at least admit it, don't act like you cared. It's easier for me to end something when I know it was a meaningless fling, but when it meant something and we just weren't compatible I want you in my life in some capacity.

    Dating a guy that's suppose to be "just a friend" is suspicious, no? 

     
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    Great! That is an experience everyone should have. It is especially important to make friends abroad. Learning the language, eating good food, experiencing the culture and above all making friends have been the most significant things about my experience in France. I will make it a point to visit Sardinia at some time...

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    Last time I was there was 2004 went back after having been long gone for more years than I care to mention.  Visited Belgian emigre friends and another friend who owned a local albergo. After a few minutes it was as if we'd never left.  

    If archaeology is your thing, head south to the ruins of Su Nuraxi di Barumini.  Dates back to the 17th century BC.  

     

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    From a professional standpoint, my period is from 1920 to 1950 but from a personal standpoint I am always intrested in archeology. I am continually visiting sites in France. Thanks for sharing this. I am a bit stagnant in my career at the moment and I am glad to get this inspiration from you.

     

     
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    Former law student, graduated this past year. Applying to some Cali based firms so that i can pack up and move out of NYC. Girlfriend just ended my life, so I'm praying someone saves me because I have to see here everyday. -_-... Or i'll just kill myself (half jk)

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    Though I have you on ignore, I saw this in a reply and felt you could use a life-tip. 

    Never, ever, Ever, EVER derail your life over a woman. Just don't do it. There is nothing more stupid that you can do. If she was that damned good, she would stand by you. Whatever you think you're losing, you aren't. You're losing something you wish she was. Got it?

     

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    Thanks for the advice, Ol' Timer. Glad you cared enough to respond, your life experience is valued. Even you think us young punks don't ever listen to you guys.

     
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    Former law student, graduated this past year. Applying to some Cali based firms so that i can pack up and move out of NYC. Girlfriend just ended my life, so I'm praying someone saves me because I have to see here everyday. -_-... Or i'll just kill myself (half jk)

     

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    I get it. It is very painful for me to see my X everyday (also here in NYC). I have recently met someone new but letting go is never easy. 

     

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    No, I'm over her, it's just her lies that's making me hate her a little. I'm starting to think I was just the closest thing with a pulse she could hold. I'm used to being that, but at least admit it, don't act like you cared. It's easier for me to end something when I know it was a meaningless fling, but when it meant something and we just weren't compatible I want you in my life in some capacity.

    Dating a guy that's suppose to be "just a friend" is suspicious, no? 

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    Always hard figuring out others intentions and meanings. It is complicated enough to know how we feel. It's ok to be angry. We all need to go through that but at some point it is also important to forgive people even when they have mistreated us. Why? It helps us to feel better and move on in life.

     

     
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    From a professional standpoint, my period is from 1920 to 1950 but from a personal standpoint I am always intrested in archeology. I am continually visiting sites in France. Thanks for sharing this. I am a bit stagnant in my career at the moment and I am glad to get this inspiration from you.

     

    The pic of me in my avatar was taken at a 7th Cent BC Graeco-Roman site 50 miles south of Naples known as Paestum.  Spent a day there and could have spent much longer.  Site is just under 300 acres about 60 of which is available for public viewing.  In my opinion this place is one of the best kept archaeolgical site secrets in Italy.

     
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    Former law student, graduated this past year. Applying to some Cali based firms so that i can pack up and move out of NYC. Girlfriend just ended my life, so I'm praying someone saves me because I have to see here everyday. -_-... Or i'll just kill myself (half jk)

     

     


    I get it. It is very painful for me to see my X everyday (also here in NYC). I have recently met someone new but letting go is never easy. 



    No, I'm over her, it's just her lies that's making me hate her a little. I'm starting to think I was just the closest thing with a pulse she could hold. I'm used to being that, but at least admit it, don't act like you cared. It's easier for me to end something when I know it was a meaningless fling, but when it meant something and we just weren't compatible I want you in my life in some capacity.

    Dating a guy that's suppose to be "just a friend" is suspicious, no? 

     



    Don't sell yourself short, if you are already over her then maybe she was the closest thing with a pulse for you at the time. Sounds like she isn't even worth your emotions, time to just be done with her and move on!  Many more and better women out there looking for good guys.

     

     
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    Great! That is an experience everyone should have. It is especially important to make friends abroad. Learning the language, eating good food, experiencing the culture and above all making friends have been the most significant things about my experience in France. I will make it a point to visit Sardinia at some time...

     



    Last time I was there was 2004 went back after having been long gone for more years than I care to mention.  Visited Belgian emigre friends and another friend who owned a local albergo. After a few minutes it was as if we'd never left.  

     

    If archaeology is your thing, head south to the ruins of Su Nuraxi di Barumini.  Dates back to the 17th century BC.  

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    The pic of me in my avatar was taken at a 7th Cent BC Graeco-Roman site 50 miles south of Naples known as Paestum.  Spent a day there and could have spent much longer.  Site is just under 300 acres about 60 of which is available for public viewing.  In my opinion this place is one of the best kept archaeolgical site secrets in Italy.

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    Thanks! Greco-Roman sites are essential for me and in the South of France we have many. (ampitheaters in Nimes, Orange and Arles are amazing and well preserved; and Roman aquaduct, Pont du Gard near Avignon is in near perfect condition despite Napoleon troops inscribing grafitti into it!). I have not been to Paestum but I will put it on my list especially since I think the South of Italy would benefit my mental health very much right now.

    Pont du Gard Oct 2007.jpg

     
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    QC chemist at a manufacturer of munchies on Cape Cod...guesses as to product anyone?

     
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    QC chemist at a manufacturer of munchies on Cape Cod...guesses as to product anyone?

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    My favorite chips? Cape Cod Chips is Heroin to me...

     
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    QC chemist at a snack manufacturer on Cape Cod....Should be enough hints to figure out where....

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    Any chance you can talk them into bringing back Jalapeno & Aged Cheddar?

     
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    QC chemist at a snack manufacturer on Cape Cod....Should be enough hints to figure out where....

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    Any chance you can talk them into bringing back Jalapeno & Aged Cheddar?

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    LOL - as I work 3rd shift I get the customer calls that come in over night. Had the exact same request last week. 

     
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    QC chemist at a manufacturer of munchies on Cape Cod...guesses as to product anyone?

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    My favorite chips? Cape Cod Chips is Heroin to me...

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    Working in the QC lab does have its priviledges - espescially the taste testing. My favorite is the cool ranch, or rosemary & feta...Incoming potato loads are good too - a sample of the load is sliced and cooked, and we sample the chips still warm out of the fryer before salt added....

     
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    QC chemist at a snack manufacturer on Cape Cod....Should be enough hints to figure out where....

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    Any chance you can talk them into bringing back Jalapeno & Aged Cheddar?

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    LOL - as I work 3rd shift I get the customer calls that come in over night. Had the exact same request last week. 

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    It wasn't me but another very smart consumer. LOL

     
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    Intervention Specialist

     

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