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    What's everyones occupation?

    I have discussions on these boards with people but don't know anything about them.

    One of the problems with such a big forum and only using it occasionally I suppose.

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    I'm a student. In 3rd year at the mo studying physics.



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    I'm an 8th grade student. :-D


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    what does that mean? are you about to leave school? 17/18 kinda age?

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    No, it's different in America. That means I'm 13 and will start high school in the coming up school year. :-D
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    ooooooooo cool stuff.

    Enjoy the first few years while you can!

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    Enjoy the first few years while you can!
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    Yes!

    I hated secondary school on the whole. The first two years are cool cos you do a bit of everything and it's just a laugh.

    Once you have to start sitting exams though, I found it got more stressful and didn't enjoy it at all.

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    Yeah, I know about the exams. I've already taken two college entrance exams, one when I was in 7th grade, and the other one just this February. I had to prepare a LOT.
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    WOW! I'VE ALWAYS WANTED TO MEET A PROFESSIONAL GROUCH! TELL ME, HOW'S THE JOB OUTLOOK FOR YOUR FIELD?

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    Forget it. You seem far too perky for this job.
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    Okkk....does this sound better:

    You f***ing son of a bi***. Cry me a river. Go die in a hole, scumbag.
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    I'm retired after a long career which included designing a very small part of the space shuttle system, (no not the o-rings) - also chunks of equipment for Jodrell bank (processor controlled motion system for one of the smaller antennas) - a long period with IBM (UK) in the disk drive business (designing automatic test equipment for their high volume production lines), worked for the ESA for a while, then Alenia marconi systems. Have done a lot of consultant work over the years as well.

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    I work at the home for losing-marbles people where Megabrain lives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tritai
    Okkk....does this sound better:

    You f***ing son of a bi***. Cry me a river. Go die in a hole, scumbag.
    No, that's way over the top. A true curmudgeon finds a middle path.
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    No, that's way over the top. A true curmudgeon finds a middle path
    hmmmm. well then:

    "Leave me alone, jerk. I've got own problems to deal with." Phew, this is hard work. Maybe I'm not cut out for this job...all that negativity is beginning to affect my self-esteem. :?
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    I'm a lab technician at a veterinary hospital, and I'm in my final year of a bachelor of science in microbiology and immunology at McGill University.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megabrain
    Now I spend most of my time playing hide and seek with the grim reaper, so far I am one point ahead of him...
    lmao. Made my day...

    I used to work in a chocolate factory but now I have no job and am sponging off the state, but the state is run by alien reptiles so its ok .

    Really though, I work at stories to then publish them. I'm on about a word a week.
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    Used to work in a chocolate factory too. Cool experience, we were a bunch of students for a summer job ...was fun and ...uh...yummy lol.


    I'm a kindergarten teacher and college student, going for RN...but I'd love to continue my education @ med school, IF...I have the money. If not, RN works well too. I love what I do.
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    ah I forgot about this thread.

    Bad wolf, whats your piece? are you a writer?

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    You're very rude sox I think you should be banned immediately.
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    He's from the imageboard that must not be named. Especially as we don't want users from said imageboard.
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    I write all sorts sox. From Best Sellers to B*** S***. :P
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    What do I do?

    I post on a science forum on the internet
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    I am purposefully torturing myself with many years of hard work and stress before I can claim any significant sense of job security and earnings. In other words, I'm a PhD student. (We're a crazy bunch.)
    Man can will nothing unless he has first understood that he must count on no one but himself; that he is alone, abandoned on earth in the midst of his infinite responsibilities, without help, with no other aim than the one he sets himself, with no other destiny than the one he forges for himself on this earth.
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    Actually, though it's in my job description, I don't actually expect to kill anyone ever. Though with how things are in Afghanistan, there is a much higher risk than usual of me doing just that. By trade, I am in the GSE field for the USMC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paralith
    I am purposefully torturing myself with many years of hard work and stress before I can claim any significant sense of job security and earnings. In other words, I'm a PhD student. (We're a crazy bunch.)
    You mean you're the type who studies to be a Doctor to get a piece of paper from some wierd know it all people who say who can be Doctors? Just do what I do, I am THE Doctor and I don't need no paper telling me that :P.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Wolf
    You mean you're the type who studies to be a Doctor to get a piece of paper from some wierd know it all people who say who can be Doctors? Just do what I do, I am THE Doctor and I don't need no paper telling me that :P.
    The piece of paper is really inconsequential. These professors will help me get published, and once they have worked with me and know me, they will recommend me to potential employers. These "weird" people are giving me a lot more than a piece of paper.
    Man can will nothing unless he has first understood that he must count on no one but himself; that he is alone, abandoned on earth in the midst of his infinite responsibilities, without help, with no other aim than the one he sets himself, with no other destiny than the one he forges for himself on this earth.
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    Hmm.... So what is it you are researching? Is it biology related? I assume it is, I'm always interested in new science and new directions...
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    Evolutionary anthropology, with a focus on non-human primate behavior. I'm the monkey lady!
    Man can will nothing unless he has first understood that he must count on no one but himself; that he is alone, abandoned on earth in the midst of his infinite responsibilities, without help, with no other aim than the one he sets himself, with no other destiny than the one he forges for himself on this earth.
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    Jane Goodall I presume?
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    I won't have it as tough as she did, thank goodness. Where I'm going the chimpanzees are already used to having people follow them around all day long.
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    Aw, where's the fun in that? I don't understand how you could choose (or enjoy) a job studying life forms that are "almost, but not quite" sentient. I can't stand other humans, let alone something less evolved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darius
    Aw, where's the fun in that? I don't understand how you could choose (or enjoy) a job studying life forms that are "almost, but not quite" sentient. I can't stand other humans, let alone something less evolved.
    Personally enjoying the company of a certain organism isn't the same as wanting to understand why that organism does what it does and how it became that way. I enjoy observing primates of all kinds, even us funny looking ones. But I most certainly wouldn't want a chimpanzee to live in my house.
    Man can will nothing unless he has first understood that he must count on no one but himself; that he is alone, abandoned on earth in the midst of his infinite responsibilities, without help, with no other aim than the one he sets himself, with no other destiny than the one he forges for himself on this earth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darius
    Aw, where's the fun in that? I don't understand how you could choose (or enjoy) a job studying life forms that are "almost, but not quite" sentient. I can't stand other humans, let alone something less evolved.
    I envy her immensely. The field she has chosen reveals so much about ourselves. It is a field that should have been mainstream a long time ago and I can only imagine what we could have known already if it had been. She has proven her competency many times over and I am sure we will learn her real name in a few years time. Go paralith! :wink:
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    Yeah. That was a boring read. A MUCH more fun question is "why". So, paralith, why?
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    Kalster - thanks for the vote of confidence, I appreciate it. =)

    Darius - Ultimately, because I think the acquiring of knowledge is important for our future. Immediately, because I think it's interesting and I enjoy it, enough so to devote my life's career to it.
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    The question was WHY do you enjoy it.
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    I'm retired, so I play with anything that takes my fancy, at present I am playing with some really old electronic instruments bought from ebay, but familiar to me, I guess I am regressing back to an earlier age, but hell, I'm entitled to, all old fogies do it. As well as that I have an old PC which boots up in DOS and I am writing some TP4 programs (Turbo Pascal) for amusment, all pretty sad really but one day you'll all understand... (Won't they Harold!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darius
    The question was WHY do you enjoy it.
    I don't know. Why do you like your favorite color? I'm sorry, I don't have some deep philosophical reason for it.
    Man can will nothing unless he has first understood that he must count on no one but himself; that he is alone, abandoned on earth in the midst of his infinite responsibilities, without help, with no other aim than the one he sets himself, with no other destiny than the one he forges for himself on this earth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megabrain
    I'm retired, so I play with anything that takes my fancy, at present I am playing with some really old electronic instruments bought from ebay, but familiar to me, I guess I am regressing back to an earlier age, but hell, I'm entitled to, all old fogies do it. As well as that I have an old PC which boots up in DOS and I am writing some TP4 programs (Turbo Pascal) for amusment, all pretty sad really but one day you'll all understand... (Won't they Harold!).
    Hm. I wonder why you would think of me when the subject of old fogies come up.
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    If theres one kind of people who will explain this world, its women. Interesting choice paralith, I'd love to see the outcome (even though I probably won't understand it). Most girls I know are into studying insects. Booooooring. It must be brilliant to study them, I think people don't give 'monkeys' the credit that they deserve and I think they are alot more like us than people or even the media say so. Go for it! :-D

    PS Your findings may aid the battle of evolution vs religion. I'm glad that there is finally someone who is willing to explore evolution and how we are akin to our cousins in many respects.
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    PS Your findings may aid the battle of evolution vs religion. I'm glad that there is finally someone who is willing to explore evolution and how we are akin to our cousins in many respects.
    She will mostly be focussing on our cousins, but really the field (evolutionary psychology and animal psychology) extends to any animal with a certain measure of cephalization or ability to learn behaviours. It is a really exciting field and one that really pisses off the average religious person.
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    lol, I appreciate your guys' comments, I really do, but I am far from a pioneer in this respect. People have been studying chimpanzee and other primate behavior in relation to human evolution for a long time, I'm just another hopeful grad student trying to enter the field.
    Man can will nothing unless he has first understood that he must count on no one but himself; that he is alone, abandoned on earth in the midst of his infinite responsibilities, without help, with no other aim than the one he sets himself, with no other destiny than the one he forges for himself on this earth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paralith
    lol, I appreciate your guys' comments, I really do, but I am far from a pioneer in this respect. People have been studying chimpanzee and other primate behavior in relation to human evolution for a long time, I'm just another hopeful grad student trying to enter the field.
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    Star Trek I know, but it makes a lot of sense to me. History's greatest discoveries are ususally found by meek and humble people. I'm sure you can save the world in some way paralith. I'm glad someone is working at it. :wink:
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    Quote Originally Posted by paralith
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    The question was WHY do you enjoy it.
    I don't know. Why do you like your favorite color? I'm sorry, I don't have some deep philosophical reason for it.
    I like my favorite color (green) because it makes me imagine my favorite past time. Which, incidentally, is sitting outside and watching the summer trees.

    Everything has an answer. If you don't think there is an answer, you're lying to yourself.
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    lol. Whatever you say, Darius.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darius
    Everything has an answer. If you don't think there is an answer, you're lying to yourself.
    what was the question again ? at my age, you sometimes start to forget ...

    then again, happiness is a bad memory
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