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    I bet it was a striper.
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    Originally posted by firegirl
    I retired recently from being a college cheerleading coach for 10 yrs, that was a blast! Sort of like herding squirrels sometimes 24 co-ed college students..
    If I could just sit there, that sounds like a dream job.

    I bet I'd have to work, though. Rats.
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    Well, I was seriously a stripper, but I'd hardly call it interesting. To me, the job I'm doing right now is the most interesting job I've ever had, at least when I get a chance to interact with the students and I dont have to spend all fricken day in the office. Oh and as long as they arent grade nines. *shudder*

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    Originally posted by duckgirl
    Well, I was seriously a stripper

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    Thats me. I used to have some KILLER thigh muscles. of course, not so much anymore.

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    I worked as a head waiter at a 5 star restaurant - waited on Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman on their 2nd date, lot's of other celebs. It was a lot of fun, I made a lot of money, but I partied entirely too much.
    I know someday you'll have a beautiful life, I know you'll be a star in somebody else's eyes... but why... why... why can't it be me?

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    I used to supervise the operation of nuclear reactors on board submarines among other things. I once spent 128 days straight underwater without seeing the sun.
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    I think what I'm doing right now is the most interesting job I've had... I'm a web designer & graphics designer, that probably doesn't sound too exciting to most people but I absolutely love it & love creating stuff, I work from home so no getting up at 6am to sit in traffic.

    I also do a lot of adult websites & I've done (and I still do) adult (erotic) photography, and I do enjoy that, even though to me it's a job like any other, the topic itself is a welcome interruption inbetween all the mainstream websites

    So that's me, as you see, webdesign have it's interesting sides as well, although I like all sides of it
    "He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how."

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    I used to supervise the operation of nuclear reactors on board submarines among other things. I once spent 128 days straight underwater without seeing the sun.
    How close is "The Hunt for Red October" movie to the atmosphere on board a submarine?

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    Originally posted by Bill_in_PDX
    I used to supervise the operation of nuclear reactors on board submarines among other things. I once spent 128 days straight underwater without seeing the sun.
    Hey Umm Bill, I was an ELT (only a Navy nuc would know what that is) for eight of the longest years of my life on board fast attack subs myself. 103 was my longest stretch.

    Shayla - there were some similarities - they did film it on board an actual US sub, but their depictions were a little off IMO.
    I know someday you'll have a beautiful life, I know you'll be a star in somebody else's eyes... but why... why... why can't it be me?

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