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Friday, January 6, 2006 8:28 AM

PROFFIT


I'm a physician assistant in vascular surgery.

"if you ain't cheatin, you ain't tryin hard enough."

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Friday, January 6, 2006 8:32 AM

MAL4PREZ


Hey UnregisteredCompanion - another brewer! I started getting into brewing mead a few years ago, it's so fun! I just did a pomegranite, weird but may be very good in a few years.

Really I'm a geophysicist: seismic waves, earthquakes, oil exploration, environmental stuff. A lot of code writing, a little visiting cool places.

It pays the bills, but I'd rather do physics based animation, or sell home brew mead, or dance with Mark Morris, or write episodes of the new Firefly series... oh sorry, I must have slipped into an alternate universe for a second there.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 8:45 AM

KNIBBLET


I manage a construction company. Different disasters every day and it's never boring.

Most days I wear jeans and company logo shirts. Once in a while I scare the crap outta everyone and dress like a girl.

http://tv.groups.yahoo.com/group/MN-Firefly/ Big Damn Shindigity Good Time
http://www.fireflytalk.com - Big Damn Podcast


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Friday, January 6, 2006 8:46 AM

SIGNYM

I believe in solving problems, not sharing them.


Gummint chemist. Findin' nasty stuff that you don't want to know about... And there's another one now! (Grabs a big hairy molecule as it floats past)

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Please don't think they give a shit.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 9:08 AM

BARNSTORMER



Semiconductor Process Engineer.

I make microchips.

Used to be fun...now not so much.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 9:17 AM

SHINYOBJECT


I peddle smut to children

Or the less glamourous way of putting it I work in a video game store

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Friday, January 6, 2006 9:53 AM

BATROCTHELEAPER


Longshoreman. But I too spent 5 years as a library page in younger days. I currently put my English degree to good use moving cargo around with giant rickety-ass machinery.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 10:32 AM

NCBROWNCOAT


Administrative Assistant in a bank, which means I do a little of everything-from the ATM to processing loan paperwork, answering the phone, to calming cusotmers down.

UNC-Chapel Hill BA in American Studies-couldn't decided on English (American Lit) or American History and I discovered American Studies-no one has ever made any money in it except a few authors , people that go on to law school or Katie Couric.

Also former sergeant in the US Army-in computers though and I ended up being the tape librarian.



BTW I always thought I'd be a librarian. I could live in one forever and have volunteered in one for years. Love the internet-it's like one vast library .

Forgot to add that I'm a single Mom that was guided to the 'verse by my daughter.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 11:01 AM

SIGNYM

I believe in solving problems, not sharing them.


Quote:

I make microchips.
(Asks hopefully:)

Do they have chocolate in them???

Yeah, I know, I bet you hear that all the time. It was either that or buffalo chips. Or maybe potato chips. Or corn chips.

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Please don't think they give a shit.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 11:47 AM

HEB


Quote:

Originally posted by WyattsMom:
I'm crossing my fingers for a girl, so I can name her River.



Well if you have a boy you could still call it River after River Phoenix, though pretty much a girly name.

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Well, my sister's a ship... we had a
complicated childhood
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I wear the cheese. It does not wear me.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 11:49 AM

GLOBLABSURDITY


Former manager of Kitchens & Bath Design & sales, Appliances (Home Depot)--also well versed in Millworks--Windows & Doors. I can operate a forklift, reachtruck, order picker, and an electric pallet jack--and was a trainer for each at one point. I was the gal surrounded by the male spotters while I did the heavy overhead lifting & dropping of side by side refrigerators--so very rewarding & shiny! Would so love to tackle Serenity's "Mule" & take it for a spin...
Ah, those were the days. Quit my job to homeschool the kids--who suffered from my 55-60hr work week & to escape the Nardelli that took over what once was a wonderful place to work. I also do comp. graphics, iridology, and study graphology as well as theology--in my spare time. Cheers!

*Never judge a book by it's movie*
*The heart is an artist that paints over what profoundly disturbs it, leaving on the canvas a less dark,less sharp version of the truth*--D.Koontz (Forever Odd)

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Friday, January 6, 2006 12:07 PM

DANFAN


Systems Engineer for a defense contractor. Been earning my living this way for nearly 28 years.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 12:29 PM

LIGHTMEDARK


I have an associate degree of science in computer animation (think Ice Age, Shrek)

I work in the IT department of a casino

And I be a pirate! Yarrrrr-mez

/me swings off the dock and swims after his capt'

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http://www.xffx.net/blog <-inching towards daylight

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:51 PM

THANATUS


Former soldier, currently consulting for the Government (US).

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:58 PM

GRAYFURY


I'm a window dresser for a major department store... Iknow, Iknow... The career is gayer than Peter Pan on Rollerskates, But It pays well, I enjoy it and I'm really good. Prior to that, I've been a picture framer, Receiving manager, salesman, forklift driver, and carpenter.

"Smellin' alot of IF comin' offa' this plan!"

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:59 PM

GRAYFURY


I'm a window dresser for a major department store... Iknow, Iknow... The career is gayer than Peter Pan on Rollerskates, But It pays well, I enjoy it and I'm really good. Prior to that, I've been a picture framer, Receiving manager, salesman, forklift driver, and carpenter.

"Smellin' alot of IF comin' offa' this plan!"

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Friday, January 6, 2006 2:12 PM

ZOID



Air Traffic Controller, since 1986. Before that, singer in rock bands for nigh on ten years. Some people consider that an odd change of profession; but I don't. There's very little difference between guiding an audience with your voice, and guiding a skyful of planes with your voice. Modulation, pitch, tempo, stress and emphasis are tools in both kits. Only the languages differ, and anybody can learn those, since they're both based on English, heh-heh...




v/r,
-zed
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"Meet the new boss; same as the old boss." -The Who, Won't Get Fooled Again

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Friday, January 6, 2006 2:13 PM

FINN MAC CUMHAL


Threat analyst for the Army.

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Qui desiderat pacem praeparet bellum.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 2:55 PM

DIANED


I am a 21yr old full time student and Dental Assistant. Not too exciting.....

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:16 PM

ISROUSRO


Work maintenance at one of the least visited National Parks in the U.S., you cannot drive in and you cannot walk in. Thats a hint.

passoniatetly indifferent

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:32 PM

DEFIANT1701


I am a pharmacy technician, mobile disc jockey and owner of The Connecticut Renaissance Faire.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:47 PM

DRU


I'm a personal banker at a bank where I have worked for 11 plus years.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 4:00 PM

RUE

I have a vote and I'm not afraid to use it!


Like SignyM another gummint chemist here - also looking for nasty stuff.

It's quite a crowd. It's be a gerat party if we all got together.


Nearly everything I know I learned by the grace of others.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 4:13 PM

DIANASPR


Well Im not as educated as you guys, but here it goes, Im a teachers assistant for kindergarten, yep
I deal w/ 20 kids every day, 20 different personalities, having to figure out how to deal w/ all of their differences,it always fun ,I love it.

A lot more fun than making oodles of money in front of the computer. Not that I wouldnt mind the oodles.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 4:48 PM

NCBROWNCOAT


I have great respect for anyone in any of the teaching professions. I come from a family of teachers-grandmom-5th grade teacher, mom-retired 3rd grade teacher, aunt-retired school secretary, uncle retired assistant school superintendent.

With a family like this you know when you weren't blessed with the gift.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 5:15 PM

RUE

I have a vote and I'm not afraid to use it!


I think everyone here has great talent and intelligence and insight - no matter what we do!


Raises a glass - A TOAST TO US ALL !

Nearly everything I know I learned by the grace of others.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 6:00 PM

FOLLOWMAL




I inherited the family automotive repair business.
My husband is the chief tech and I'm the office manager. We have only 1 employee currently, times have been harder, but we have had more in the past.

So I'm a pencil pusher ( uh, keyboard typer, yea, that's more like).



" You hold. Hold til I get back." Mal

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Friday, January 6, 2006 6:07 PM

VARDEN


Quote:

Originally posted by BWare42:
Quote:

Originally posted by varden:
TV news cameraman.



That's pretty cool! Photography is my favorite hobby. Do you ever make your own movies?



thanks, but you have the real job, bw42.

i'd like to meet a girl [or two] who'd like to 'make a movie!' ;)

seriously, i have to put in enough creativity at work. i like still photography better for fun, but i mostly put the creativity to work game mastering D&D and now, serenity rpg.

http://diceclub.ws/serenity.html
http://www.geocities.com/vardenkenzei/pix.html

back in college i made a mad-max-type picture called 'the persistence of human compassion on a nuclear winter's eve' where i almost set my '76 mercury capri on fire.

my 'lab partner' and i made a movie about a guy who proposes to, then dumps, this girl. she ends up slitting her wrists right before he changes his mind and calls her on the phone to ask her to take him back.

turns out his fiance dumped *him* the semester before and the movie was like his therapy to get over it. got kinda uncomfortable there in editing toward the end as that stuff started coming out!

finally, i helped some neighborhood kids make a sci-fi movie last summer with a lot of disappearing in it, ala bewitched.

so, do you have to deal with sarbanes oxley?

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May have been the losing side. Still not convinced it was the wrong one.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 7:19 PM

MISBEHAVEN


Earned my B.A. in English, and I am now working on a M.S. in Library and Information Science at Kent State, Ohio.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 7:42 PM

SHIELDMAID


By day, studying for a degree in chemical dependency therapy. And I tutor.

By night, I write, perform, and record with a few music ventures. Much more fun that the day stuff, for sure, but the health insurance plan sucks. :)

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Friday, January 6, 2006 9:34 PM

RUXTON


I am a writer/editor.

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Saturday, January 7, 2006 5:49 AM

CAPTKAR


Student studying Buisness Management/AFROTC. Gonna be a 2cnd Lt in the U.S. Air Force when i graduate.

-When you can't run you crawl, and when you can't crawl you find someone to carry you-

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Saturday, January 7, 2006 6:00 AM

PDCHARLES

What happened? He see your face?


Computer Programmer in Wilmywood, NC (wilmington)

By this wonderful post u can really get a feel for who's in the verse. Shows the broad appeal of this show.

U gonna be smart here Riva?!?!

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Saturday, January 7, 2006 6:15 AM

GIRLASKEW


Quote:

I have had the Serenity movie poster on the wall since September to publicise the 'verse - this has lead to much new interest! Anyone else managed to convert their work colleagues this way?


I have a mini-poster in my cube that has caught some eyes because it's shiny. Literally.

What I did, I have a co-worker that does not stop talking, babbles incessantly. So, one day, I started babbling back about the 'verse and she is very interested. She's cheap, too, so I need to lend her my DVD's to finish reeling her in.

I do Order Entry for a medical supply company and am a mother to a nearly one year old boy. One day I may be a nurse or a stay at home mom. We'll see what comes first, school or more babies.



Some people juggle geese!- Hoban Washburn

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Saturday, January 7, 2006 6:19 AM

GIRLASKEW


Oh, and to continue with a theme, I was a library assistant from elementary to high school.
Did some AV stuff too. Oddly enough so did my mom.

Some people juggle geese!- Hoban Washburn

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Saturday, January 7, 2006 1:30 PM

LUPINADDAMS


Well, I'm a paranormal consultant - specialist in curse-breaking, exorcism, 'ghostbusting' and generally helping people deal with bad weirdness. I also do deep background research on the subject for books, comics, TV etc.

No, really.

http://www.athanor.org.uk

There's a book out in May by one of my colleagues and a possibly TV documentary series in the works - the latter weirds me out way more than the occulty stuff!

"You are what you do."
Andrew Vacchs

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 12:40 AM

JAX


To the guy who said he's studying video game programming in college, I have some advice for you:

1. Have a solid grasp of how to debug with tools that people actually use, which means MS Dev Studio. This is terribly important. No debug, no job, no exceptions.

2. You’ll be interviewed by people who have been in the business for years, have published many games, are probably self taught and have just under zero respect for that degree you’re pursuing. So don’t walk in like you know anything because honestly, you don’t. What we’re looking for in a junior programmer is your potential to learn on the job and your ability to get along with people in stressful situations.

3. Have a relevant demo. What do I mean by relevant? When you get out of school you will not be hired as a core engine tech programmer. You just won’t, so deal with it. We really don’t care that you have a cube bouncing off a wall because we already have a collision detection system. What you should do instead is use the SDK from something like Unreal or HL2 and put together a 1-map mod of actual gameplay. Why? Because you will most likely go to the gameplay/level scripting team as your first job, so mod=job.

As for what I do for a living, uh, take a guess :)



--
Smoke me a kipper; I'll be back for breakfast!

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 3:24 AM

ZOID


CaptKar:

I was in the USAF, doing ATC, from Jun '86 'til Jan '00. It's not a bad life for enlisted folks, and I suppose it can't be much worse for commissioned. The pay's definitely better; but I don't think I could've dealt with the 'weasel races', so you've got my sympathies on that.

Planning on staying in longer than required (6 years, right?)? Have they given you any idea what you'll be doing after you graduate? Have you been to BMTS or any other training schools yet? Any lingering dreams of being a pilot? Okay, that's a lot of questions, but I really enjoyed my time in service, and I hope you will too.

Good luck in future endeavors, and thanks for serving America. "Fly, Fight and Win!"



Respectfully,

zoid

P.S.
Any time an Airman Basic used to complain about having to salute so much, I'd ask her/him: "Do you know who salutes more than anybody else in the entiredam Air Force? Butter bars (2nd LTs). Think about it. They have to return salute to every enlisted person they cross paths with, and initiate a salute to every officer they meet. I'm surprised their little arms don't fall clean off. Everytime they go outside, they about rupture a rotator cuff. So don't cry to me about having to salute, Airman. At least you don't have to salute every swinging (genital reference) 'buck airman' you meet." Heh-heh.
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"Hey, I've been in a firefight before. Well, I was in a fire. Actually, I was fired, from a frycook opportunity..." -Wash, Firefly, "War Stories"

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 3:27 AM

MADWELSHIE


I'm a the only female telephone broker for an online betting exchange. It makes life interesting working with 75 men in an office

I'll be in my bunk.......

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 3:32 AM

SUBTORPMAN


For Twenty years I chased Russians under the Oceans with enough destructive power to level the Western Europe. Now I still work for the Feds (Sorry Mal)

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 3:39 AM

ZOID


subtorpman wrote:
Quote:

For Twenty years I chased Russians under the Oceans with enough destructive power to level the Western Europe. Now I still work for the Feds (Sorry Mal)

What's long and hard and full of Seamen?

Sorry, couldn't resist...



v/r,
-zed

P.S.
Wasn't "Western Europe" on our side, at that time?
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"I aim to misbehave." -Capt. Mal Reynolds, Serenity, a.k.a. 'the BDBOF'

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 4:21 AM

CAUSAL


Quote:

Originally posted by zoid:
What's long and hard and full of Seamen?



Grrr...worst Navy joke of all time (though I don't blame ya, Zoid).

10-year Navy here. Carriers and Special Warfare, so at least I avoid the above joke.

________________________________________________________________________
I wish I had a magical wish-granting plank.

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 5:20 AM

SUBTORPMAN


Oops! Good thing we didn't shoot.

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 8:15 AM

CAPTKAR


Quote:

Originally posted by zoid:
CaptKar:

I was in the USAF, doing ATC, from Jun '86 'til Jan '00. It's not a bad life for enlisted folks, and I suppose it can't be much worse for commissioned. The pay's definitely better; but I don't think I could've dealt with the 'weasel races', so you've got my sympathies on that.

Planning on staying in longer than required (6 years, right?)? Have they given you any idea what you'll be doing after you graduate? Have you been to BMTS or any other training schools yet? Any lingering dreams of being a pilot? Okay, that's a lot of questions, but I really enjoyed my time in service, and I hope you will too.

Good luck in future endeavors, and thanks for serving America. "Fly, Fight and Win!"



Respectfully,

zoid

P.S.
Any time an Airman Basic used to complain about having to salute so much, I'd ask her/him: "Do you know who salutes more than anybody else in the entiredam Air Force? Butter bars (2nd LTs). Think about it. They have to return salute to every enlisted person they cross paths with, and initiate a salute to every officer they meet. I'm surprised their little arms don't fall clean off. Everytime they go outside, they about rupture a rotator cuff. So don't cry to me about having to salute, Airman. At least you don't have to salute every swinging (genital reference) 'buck airman' you meet." Heh-heh.
_________________________________________________

"Hey, I've been in a firefight before. Well, I was in a fire. Actually, I was fired, from a frycook opportunity..." -Wash, Firefly, "War Stories"



I plan on staying in the 20yrs and retire. Ill put in for jobs my Junior year wo two more years. Ill go to "Field Training" the college version of boot next summer, and tech school and ots and the like after i get to my first assignment. And yes i want to be a pilot just like about 60% of the people in ROTC lol, I want to be a pilot and am going to try for it, but i understand where I stand and my chances so im not getting my hopes up. But no matter what i do in the USAF i know ill like it unless im a TI (please God no!!!) hehe.

-When you can't run you crawl, and when you can't crawl you find someone to carry you-

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 12:12 PM

KIBBSTER


Quote:

Originally posted by Jax:
To the guy who said he's studying video game programming in college, I have some advice for you:

1. Have a solid grasp of how to debug with tools that people actually use, which means MS Dev Studio. This is terribly important. No debug, no job, no exceptions.

2. You’ll be interviewed by people who have been in the business for years, have published many games, are probably self taught and have just under zero respect for that degree you’re pursuing. So don’t walk in like you know anything because honestly, you don’t. What we’re looking for in a junior programmer is your potential to learn on the job and your ability to get along with people in stressful situations.

3. Have a relevant demo. What do I mean by relevant? When you get out of school you will not be hired as a core engine tech programmer. You just won’t, so deal with it. We really don’t care that you have a cube bouncing off a wall because we already have a collision detection system. What you should do instead is use the SDK from something like Unreal or HL2 and put together a 1-map mod of actual gameplay. Why? Because you will most likely go to the gameplay/level scripting team as your first job, so mod=job.

As for what I do for a living, uh, take a guess :)



--
Smoke me a kipper; I'll be back for breakfast!



Cool a fellow games industry worker type person

Who do you work for or would you have to kill me if I knew?

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 12:48 PM

KHYRON


Quote:

Originally posted by subtorpman:
Oops! Good thing we didn't shoot.



lol!

--- Banging your head against a wall uses 150 calories an hour.

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 1:32 PM

DARKJESTER


Currently, I'm working in the Shipping department of a brass forging plant, primarily maintaining the warehouse. My training and job experience is in Inventory Control, especially in a manufacturing workplace (I worked for an RV company). I tracked on-hand inventory and work-in-process.

Think of a huge jigsaw puzzle, except that you also have to account for a time factor. To make an RV at my old job, you'd need the tires about a day and a half to two days before you'd need the window curtains. And those are two parts out of around 500 that make up a camping trailer.

MAL "You only gotta scare him."
JAYNE "Pain is scary..."

http://www.fireflytalk.com - Big Damn Podcast

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 3:18 PM

GELASSENHEIT


Pirates, Seamen, Flyboys and Gameboys kidnapped my thread!!

Gelassenheit means Serenity

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 3:54 PM

MER


Right now I'm getting my BFA in Illustration.

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Sunday, January 8, 2006 4:03 PM

RKLENSETH


I'm a Media Editor and Ingest Operator for Capital New 9 in Albany, NY and News 10 Now in Syracuse, NY which are 24 local news cable channels which is owned by Time Warner Cable.

I also work closely with NY1 in New York City and RNews in Rochester, NY which are just like the two stations I work for above.

Oh, and play Cantr II at www.cantr.net.

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