What does every one do for a living?


Anything goes - doesn't fit any other category!
  • Sponsored Links
User avatar
spiralout
Posts: 1202
Joined: Sun Feb 17, 2013 6:41 pm
Location: Alabama
Motorcycle: 1975 GL1000 (gone)
1980 GL1100I (with '77 1000 engine)
1996 GL1500 SE

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by spiralout » Thu Oct 08, 2015 12:44 am



Scooter363y wrote: In a pinch I can play Santa or a mean Jerry Garcia.


Scott
If that was a black HD street glide, you could be Bobby on Sons of Anarchy ;)



User avatar
Scooter363y
Posts: 148
Joined: Mon Jun 29, 2015 7:39 pm
Location: Marysville,ohio
Motorcycle: 2014 gl1800

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by Scooter363y » Thu Oct 08, 2015 8:50 am

Yea I have heard that one too. Doesn't he get an eye pulled out, fingers cut off and killed?

No thanks on that one

Although he is from Ohio. Cincinnati area

User avatar
koyote
Posts: 40
Joined: Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:08 pm
Location: fallon nevada
Motorcycle: 1986 Goldwing SE-I
1994 Intruder 800
1987 Honda Helix (wife)
Contact:

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by koyote » Sun Oct 11, 2015 8:19 am

knifemaker, goat rancher, "stay at homeschooling" dad. KI4DTO (wife is KI4DTN, she is a nurse, she rides the helix)

User avatar
wing rider 2012
Posts: 225
Joined: Thu May 16, 2013 4:49 pm
Location: Medford, Oregon
Motorcycle: 2012 GL1800 Level I Blue/Silver
1998 GL1500 Aspy
1985 Venture Royal 1300
1979 GL1000

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by wing rider 2012 » Sun Oct 11, 2015 10:09 am

Scooter363y wrote:Well I know I'm gonna hear it for this, but for the past 31+ years I have worked at honda of America (the manufacturer not a bike shop). The last 29 years I worked in the engineering dept. building tooling to build everything from cars,trucks,lawn equipment, and yes motorcycles. We built the tooling for the majority of models made in North America. I remember building the tooling for the gold wings. For the last 16 years I inspected and certified the tooling.

I went to college before that and worked at a motorcycle shop that sold bmw and serviced almost everything on the road. In a pinch I can play Santa or a mean Jerry Garcia.


Scott
Scott, that bring a relief to me, if you ride what you build then it must be a good product, now had you said you built Gold Wings and rode a BMW then I would wonder about the quality of the Gold Wing.
Vietnam Veteran
9th ID, Jan 69 - Oct 70
Member: Military Order of the Purple Heart
Member: Vietnam Veterans of America
Member: GWTA. Chapter A, Grants Pass, Oregon

User avatar
Scooter363y
Posts: 148
Joined: Mon Jun 29, 2015 7:39 pm
Location: Marysville,ohio
Motorcycle: 2014 gl1800

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by Scooter363y » Sun Oct 11, 2015 12:41 pm

I have owned a bunch of motorcycles during my riding days. The goldwing that I have I really like it. My brother has a 1100 wing. I just got done servicing it and wow what a difference. I have owned a model from every one of the Japanese manufactures and several BMW's and a HD electra glide. The gl is either motor cycle 42 or 41 that I have had. This is my first gold wing. Right now I have the gl1800 , vtx1800, cbr1100xx, and a ft500. I would like to sell the vtx and the cbr and get a on-off road bike ( klr650) and enjoy my recent retirement .

Scott

User avatar
koyote
Posts: 40
Joined: Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:08 pm
Location: fallon nevada
Motorcycle: 1986 Goldwing SE-I
1994 Intruder 800
1987 Honda Helix (wife)
Contact:

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by koyote » Sun Oct 11, 2015 9:59 pm

The 1800nis sure a nice bike, though

User avatar
flogger
Posts: 372
Joined: Thu Nov 12, 2015 3:45 pm
Location: Indiana
Motorcycle: 1996 GL1500SE GoldWing
1983 GL650i SilverWing
1981 CB750C Custom
1981 CM400 (Newest Project)

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by flogger » Tue Nov 24, 2015 8:08 pm

WingAdmin wrote:We have SO many pilots on here that are Wing riders. I wonder why that is? A lot of AME's as well.
Retired Air Force pilot, flew for 30 years...
1996 GL1500SE GoldWing
1983 GL650i SilverWing
1981 CB750C Custom
1981 CM400 (project)

Image Image Image Image

tbeiler
Posts: 181
Joined: Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:25 pm
Location: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Motorcycle: 1986 Goldwing Aspencade,
1985 Goldwing LTD
1983 CX650 Turbo
wanted badly CBX 79-82

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by tbeiler » Tue Nov 24, 2015 8:57 pm

Retired Automotive Manufacturing Engineer, (Magna), metal stamping division.
That was a great job, great pay, but way too many hours.
Now I sell booze, I even get to try some when Im working, Life is getting better all the time.

User avatar
WA9FWT
Posts: 831
Joined: Thu Oct 22, 2009 12:19 pm
Location: sheboygan WI U.S. A.
Motorcycle: 1982 GL1100A Aspencade Now a Trike
1975 Cb750K sold

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by WA9FWT » Tue Nov 24, 2015 9:38 pm

tbeiler wrote:Retired Automotive Manufacturing Engineer, (Magna), metal stamping division.
That was a great job, great pay, but way too many hours.
Now I sell booze, I even get to try some when Im working, Life is getting better all the time.
I could drink to that my self.
Happy Thanksgiving

User avatar
WingAdmin
Site Admin
Posts: 19311
Joined: Fri Oct 03, 2008 4:16 pm
Location: Strongsville, OH
Motorcycle: 2000 GL1500 SE
1982 GL1100A Aspencade (sold)
1989 PC800 (wife's!)
1998 XV250 Virago (sold)
2007 Aspen Sentry Trailer

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by WingAdmin » Wed Nov 25, 2015 8:47 am

flogger wrote:
WingAdmin wrote:We have SO many pilots on here that are Wing riders. I wonder why that is? A lot of AME's as well.
Retired Air Force pilot, flew for 30 years...
For which country??? Just looking at your user name.... :D

User avatar
flogger
Posts: 372
Joined: Thu Nov 12, 2015 3:45 pm
Location: Indiana
Motorcycle: 1996 GL1500SE GoldWing
1983 GL650i SilverWing
1981 CB750C Custom
1981 CM400 (Newest Project)

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by flogger » Wed Nov 25, 2015 9:59 am

WingAdmin wrote:For which country??? Just looking at your user name.... :D
USA of course... But yes, the user name is the aircraft, long story, but that was my call sign...
1996 GL1500SE GoldWing
1983 GL650i SilverWing
1981 CB750C Custom
1981 CM400 (project)

Image Image Image Image

winginitrick
Posts: 13
Joined: Thu Sep 24, 2009 12:08 pm
Location: batavia ohio
Motorcycle: 2003 goldwing black
Contact:

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by winginitrick » Fri Nov 27, 2015 2:06 am

i got real lucky after serv a portion closed their doors and moved to mississippi after 20 yrs of service. 1972/1992. then a new job at xerox warehouse. 1992/2000. then i won the lottery so to speak! i got a job at ford motor company! now i am what they call a freight engineer! been there for 15 years now, which is peanuts as far as seniority is concerned. but when my age and my yrs of service added together equals 85, i can retire with full benifits, which is just right around the corner. which is a good thing!!!!! yall keep on winginit rick
[/b
WE ALL NEED TO GET ALOT OF THEM DEAD PRESIDENTS. CUZ YOU CANT EXPECT ROMANCE WITHOUT FINANCE. KEEP ON WINGINIT RICK]

gavl
Posts: 1
Joined: Fri Nov 13, 2015 5:27 am
Location: Montréal,QC, Canada
Motorcycle: 1984 GL1200 Interstate

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by gavl » Tue Dec 01, 2015 4:34 pm

Howdy, I'm new to the forum, love some of your replies... I'm a contractor just trying to keep her between the ditches...

User avatar
thunderwing
Posts: 144
Joined: Tue Jun 21, 2011 5:05 pm
Location: Harrisburg, PA
Motorcycle: 1983 GL1100A Aspencade
Contact:

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by thunderwing » Wed Dec 02, 2015 9:28 pm

Videographer 20 years experience, worked on shows from lifetime, modern marvels, national geographic, etc.; times and technology have changed it immensely. Have broadcast credits, have enjoyed my career, but moving on to a CDL class A driving career due to changes in the broadcast industry....need a retirement, medical benefits, and time with the wife.

Looking forward to updating the forum, as I enjoy video as a hobby now....so will post some interesting goldwing videos in the years to come.
Scott & Laura
Ride, Ride, Ride!
1983 Aspencade Wineberry/Current Ride
1989 Gl1500 Wineberry
1987 Yamaha Radian
1983 Gl1100 interstate
1983 GL650 Silverwing
Trucker/ Videographer
[vimeo]https://vimeo.com/115373397

User avatar
OldZX11Rider
Posts: 1207
Joined: Mon Nov 09, 2015 9:25 am
Location: Garfield, Arkansas
Motorcycle: 1994 Honda GL1500 Goldwing SE

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by OldZX11Rider » Thu Dec 03, 2015 8:33 am

I started my working life working for dad. He was a contractor building houses, so I got a job keeping the jobsite clean. Finally learned layout and started doing framing and everything else up to and including some trim work over time.
Was a bus boy in a restaurant for a while. Worked on a survey crew around Beaver Lake.
Worked for a company that put in the water lines for a retirement village. Got to work on a track drill. We'd drill a roll of holes and then pack 2 or 3 sticks of 80% dynamite in to each hole, not those little 40% sticks like you usually see on tv.
Then we'd blow'em up sequentially. Sometimes there would be an extra stick or two in one hole. It'd go boom, boom, boom, BOOM, boom, boom. Up to 20 or 22 holes at a time. That was a fun job for a kid.
I worked at the Emerson Electric motor plant for almost a year. Couldn't stand being cooped up inside a building all day long.
Worked on a ranch for a couple years. Yeah, rode horses and worked cattle, built fence the whole 9 yards. Got skunk spray on me once while working there and lost a couple teeth vaccinating cattle.
When you catch a cow in a headgate, you've got to put a pipe behind her to keep her from backing out. Don't lean over that pipe! Sometimes the cow will sit down on it before it's in place. I saw stars just like in the old Looney Toon cartoons!
Then I worked 25 years for the Sheriffs Office. Started as a dispatcher and then when the opportunity came I went to the academy and became a field deputy.
There was a couple breaks in that time period. I drove a tow truck part time and then in 1999 I went to Kosovo as part of the UN's international police task force.
Saw people shot up or blown to hell by mines. Worst was the little kids.
Then went back to the S.O. I retired but needed something to do. So for 8 years I worked for a company installing energy efficient lighting. Got paid by the piece and on the right job, doing the right lights, it was possible to make $600 a day. The bad part, my wife and I lived on the road in our RV. Living on the road is expensive But we liked It.
We had to quit almost 2 years ago. Dad has got Alzheimer's disease and mom needs help with him. So right now, we're kind of in a holding pattern.
Have done some hauling with my one ton truck just to make some extra money but more and more I find myself just wanting to ride more and more.
For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain:

User avatar
WA9FWT
Posts: 831
Joined: Thu Oct 22, 2009 12:19 pm
Location: sheboygan WI U.S. A.
Motorcycle: 1982 GL1100A Aspencade Now a Trike
1975 Cb750K sold

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by WA9FWT » Thu Dec 03, 2015 11:15 am

OldZX11Rider wrote:I started my working life working for dad. He was a contractor building houses, so I got a job keeping the jobsite clean. Finally learned layout and started doing framing and everything else up to and including some trim work over time.
Was a bus boy in a restaurant for a while. Worked on a survey crew around Beaver Lake.
Worked for a company that put in the water lines for a retirement village. Got to work on a track drill. We'd drill a roll of holes and then pack 2 or 3 sticks of 80% dynamite in to each hole, not those little 40% sticks like you usually see on tv.
Then we'd blow'em up sequentially. Sometimes there would be an extra stick or two in one hole. It'd go boom, boom, boom, BOOM, boom, boom. Up to 20 or 22 holes at a time. That was a fun job for a kid.
I worked at the Emerson Electric motor plant for almost a year. Couldn't stand being cooped up inside a building all day long.
Worked on a ranch for a couple years. Yeah, rode horses and worked cattle, built fence the whole 9 yards. Got skunk spray on me once while working there and lost a couple teeth vaccinating cattle.
When you catch a cow in a headgate, you've got to put a pipe behind her to keep her from backing out. Don't lean over that pipe! Sometimes the cow will sit down on it before it's in place. I saw stars just like in the old Looney Toon cartoons!
Then I worked 25 years for the Sheriffs Office. Started as a dispatcher and then when the opportunity came I went to the academy and became a field deputy.
There was a couple breaks in that time period. I drove a tow truck part time and then in 1999 I went to Kosovo as part of the UN's international police task force.
Saw people shot up or blown to hell by mines. Worst was the little kids.
Then went back to the S.O. I retired but needed something to do. So for 8 years I worked for a company installing energy efficient lighting. Got paid by the piece and on the right job, doing the right lights, it was possible to make $600 a day. The bad part, my wife and I lived on the road in our RV. Living on the road is expensive But we liked It.
We had to quit almost 2 years ago. Dad has got Alzheimer's disease and mom needs help with him. So right now, we're kind of in a holding pattern.
Have done some hauling with my one ton truck just to make some extra money but more and more I find myself just wanting to ride more and more.
What a interesting life you have had.I liked reading it. :D Had to break away from me setting up a new CW Keyer/ Reader on one of my radio's. Have more wires then reading a road -map of
Korea. 73 WA9FWT Phil

User avatar
OldZX11Rider
Posts: 1207
Joined: Mon Nov 09, 2015 9:25 am
Location: Garfield, Arkansas
Motorcycle: 1994 Honda GL1500 Goldwing SE

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by OldZX11Rider » Thu Dec 03, 2015 2:37 pm

Thank you. I left out a couple things but I think I covered most of them.
I've been shot at and missed by a drunk but I still took him into custody. I've had the little red laser light hit me in the chest while walking to work one night in Kosovo. That'll scare the daylights out of you.
Got called to a fight in Kosovo one night. Group of Serbs were fighting a Dutch patrol. They must of had orders not to shoot. They were holding their rifles behind them trying to fight one handed.
We, me and one other cop, came up behind the Serbs and started grabbing them.
It was about 10:30 in the evening. I slung a guy around and in to a wall. Heard something bouncing on the ground when someone yelled "grenade!"
I was going around the corner of a building when someone scooped It up and said it was safe.
The guy I slung in to the wall dropped it. He was 14 years old. That whole Kosovo thing was an experience. We were contracted for a year. The U.S. Army at Bondsteel rotated out every 6 months. I don't want to do that again.
For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain:

User avatar
Simon Templar
Posts: 39
Joined: Sat Oct 24, 2015 6:43 pm
Location: North Carolina
Motorcycle: 2015 GL1800BD F6B Deluxe

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by Simon Templar » Fri Dec 04, 2015 5:51 pm

Retirement Consultant for DoLittle and LoafMore
FAA, Retired -- 1982-2012


--- If at first you don't succeed....skydiving may not be for you! ---

User avatar
OldZX11Rider
Posts: 1207
Joined: Mon Nov 09, 2015 9:25 am
Location: Garfield, Arkansas
Motorcycle: 1994 Honda GL1500 Goldwing SE

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by OldZX11Rider » Fri Dec 04, 2015 6:06 pm

Are you franchising? :lol:
Got a shop out back, could I do this part-time? :ugeek:
For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain:

User avatar
SequiMike
Posts: 17
Joined: Sat Jun 01, 2013 8:22 pm
Location: Sequim, WA
Motorcycle: 2014 GL1800
1998 Valkyrie 1500C
1977 Honda 750A
2015 Harley FLHR
2006 Harley Sportster 883

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by SequiMike » Fri Jan 01, 2016 7:06 pm

Retired from the FAA (Air Traffic Controller, Support Specialist, Automation) in 2005. Now a volunteer firefighter/EMT and Commissioner with local fire department. Life is good.
Image

gypsy traveler
Posts: 27
Joined: Fri Dec 18, 2015 3:59 am
Location: elkhorn WI
Motorcycle: 99 Goldwing se

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by gypsy traveler » Fri Jan 08, 2016 5:09 pm

Ok, Im answering another older post! 59 yr old forced retirement! I say forced because Diabetes took my toes and part of both feet, don't worry with good dr help, maybe the progression is stalled! Bright side: more ridin time! Bad side: less $. I try to see the silver lining! 15 years as typographer, 11 years fixin county bus in Milwaukee ["A" mechanic], 5 yrs semi owner/operator, 6yrs mobile repair service, another 5 years as warranty service/mechanical work. Hobbies have been musclecars, bikes, huntin, fisnin, mechanicl projects. currently modifying a low milage 88 Bass tracker to 150hp jet ski power...its legal...should be cool!...and fast! HaHa!

User avatar
Overdog
Posts: 243
Joined: Sat Oct 12, 2013 7:00 am
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Motorcycle: 83 Goldwing Interstate

74 BMW R90/6

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by Overdog » Fri Jan 08, 2016 7:04 pm

I drive a tank truck...diesel fuel, mostly. I chase towboats up and down the three rivers around Pittsburgh & fuel them up

User avatar
Hoosier Jack
Posts: 408
Joined: Thu Oct 02, 2014 4:21 am
Location: Terre Haute, IN
Motorcycle: 1982 GL1100 Interstate

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by Hoosier Jack » Sat Jan 09, 2016 10:17 am

This is a great thread and I've really enjoyed reading it. People opened up quite a bit. Wing Admin mentions the pilots that are on the thread and my story is somewhat the opposite of being a pilot. I joined the Air Force back in the day to avoid being drafted in the Army or Marines. Had a low lottery number and figured that would keep me out of Viet Nam.

The Air Force made me Loadmaster and I ended up there anyway on C-130s dropping cargo in places I did not want to be. Watching guys jump out the airplane wondering why in the hell they would do that. Funny thing is that I developed a phobia on flying and have only been on a plane once in the years since. That was with a friend in his Cessna and went around the airport twice. That's it.

After the service I started a family, went to college for business admin / accounting and got great jobs in finance. After a divorce I decided to become a paramedic and worked an ambulance and in a local ER for several years. Knowing that to be a young man's deal I got into the business part of the hospital and ended up managing the business office.

Now, I am not going to be a chauvinist pig here, but when you manage an office with 30 ladies, there is drama. After a few years of keeping the kleenex at my desk to service the never-ending parade of ladies complaining about each other, I had had enough. Too much emotion. Was able to buy a video store.

I was the Video King for a number of years in the 90s, ending up starting three of them. Blockbuster came into my area and kicked my ass. As I watched the cash register dinging less frequently, I started recruiting doctors to start my own billing service. I still do that part time, but dwindle the amount of guys I billed for and kind of semi-retired a couple years ago at an early age. It was such a great decision.

I still do some billing and keep the books for a local Kirby dealer a few hours a week, all to finance my motorcycle restoration hobby. Been doing that for several years, about 13 bikes, all Japanese. Until now. I have a 76 Harley / Aermacchi SS250. First ringy-dingy. Completely lost on the motor, but I can make them pretty.

Great kids, super grand kids, faithful and beautiful wife of almost 30 years now, and a Lord that loves me. Good life I'd say. Sorry so long, but I at least added paragraphs that makes these posts easier to read.

User avatar
redial
Posts: 2081
Joined: Mon Jan 03, 2011 1:17 am
Location: Kapunda, SouthAustralia
Motorcycle: 1997 GL1500 Spectre Red Aspencade

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by redial » Thu Jan 28, 2016 8:16 pm

Hoosier Jack,
And it is a good read. You have "been there, done that" in a number of environments, and I appreciate your service. I still cannot understand why people want to jump out of perfectly good aeroplanes? But it takes all kinds.
Len in Kapunda

The world is not going to finish today, as it is already tomorrow in Australia and New Zealand, and other islands of foreign nations such as Guam and Samoa.

User avatar
twocams
Posts: 675
Joined: Tue Sep 29, 2015 11:25 am
Location: Grants Pass, Oregon
Motorcycle: 1985 GL1200 Aspencade ( sold in Canada), 2003 K1200GT BMW, 1969 R69S BMW,92 R100 RT BMW
Sold : 84 V65 Magna, 82 Moto Guzzi, XS 1100 Yamaha,84 Wing Int., 80 650 Special, Only new bike 82 XV750 Virago (Guam),Honda 250,84 R100RT BMW,87 K100 LT BMW,93 K1100 LT BMW, 91 535 Virago, Honda 50

Re: What does every one do for a living?

Post by twocams » Fri Feb 12, 2016 1:34 am

I was raised on a small farm in Northern Calif. I have milked cows, goats, castrated pigs for market. Killed chickens,& turkeys to eat.
Went to college for 2 yrs and dropped out just in time to get a draft notice. Beat the draft by one day and was able to join the US Air force. They made me a fireman and I went to Mt. Home Idaho for 2 yrs. After a fight with my wife I volunteered for Vietnam then went to Thailand. There was way to much washing and waxing firetrucks for me, so cross trained to become a firetruck mechanic. I stayed in Texas for 2 yrs. then went to RAF Mildenhall England for 5 yrs. as a mechanic.Returned in 1979 with new wife to Travis AFB Calif. Had orders for Japan and Spain both were canceled and ended up at Anderson AFB Guam for 2 yrs. We returned to Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota for 2 yrs. Then I got orders for PEOTF 416 It was a remote assignment but to where? Turned out to be Port Sudan, Sudan Africa. We were evacuated to Kenya when Gaddafi put a $2000 bounty on all Americans that were in the area. Went to South Carolina until reassigned after 5 months to Castle AFB, Calif. Was asked If I would return to PEOTF 416 where we still had $20,000,000 worth of vehicles and AF equipment. I had 265 Vehicles to load on a ship the government leased and other stuff that was taken to Bahrain. I was going to be gone for 30 days but it took 60 Days mostly waiting on the ship to get to Ports. I retired from the Air Force in 1989 after 20 yrs and 28 days.
I worked for a school bus Company for 8 yrs as a Shop Manager with 6 mechanics and 156 school busses. They are now called First Student. I moved to Oregon in 1996 without a job and $3000 in my pocket.Xwife got the house and kids in Calif.
I was unemployed for 6 months, just couldn't find that good job I wanted. Then I got a job with a railroad sub contractor for $8.50 hr. + $67 per day per diem. I was an Assistant Signalman working with Quest Communications to put in new fiber optics.
We worked in Oregon for a couple months then went to Port of Seattle for 4 month putting in Railroad signal systems.
I was asked If I wanted to go to Florida for about 8 month from Jacksonville to Miami where Quest was upgrading their fiber optics. We were locating the existing railroad cables that were buried on the RXR Right of Way where Quest was going to bury some of their new cable. Well it took 2 yrs. not just 8 month. Went to Ohio for 4 month then to Ill. for 2 months. Came back to Calif. Where we put new signal systems, crossings, flashing lights from South San Francisco to San Jose while other contractors put in new concrete railroad ties. It was a great run but I had enough travel for one lifetime. It was hard to give up the money, the last project I was on I was making $50 an hr. after only 8 yrs.
I then worked a Camp Pendleton Marine Base as a civilian for 2 yrs. Worked in TSA at Medford International Airport for 4 months then got fired. Just couldn't make out all images on computer screen. Ask me if I really cared. Bad job with bad pay.
Then I went to work at the Eagle Point VA National Cemetery in Oregon as a handyman and burying some of my conrads. That only last about 6 months. The supervisor was an ass, he didnt like me and I sure didn't like him, so guess who won. I only had a few months till I was 62 yrs. young. Tired of working tired of getting fired I took early Social Security. Now that im 66 (67 March) Im just a bum and loving it. I have 3 motorcycles and 6 cars to play with. If I get to bored Ill get a part time job....or not.

Twocams



Post Reply