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13-08-2017, 03:22 PM
RE: Career you wish you had chosen....
I'd like to be the brewmiester for Guinness beer. I read an interview with that guy, and he said it's his job to drink 2-3 beers per day. He gets paid to do this. I almost cried.
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15-08-2017, 08:12 PM
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i work at a children's museum. i'm an introvert, and an antinatalist. so you can imagine how overstimulating it is for me to be around 500-700 new children a day. screaming, running around, disrespecting the exhibits while mommy and daddy play on their phones. it really gets to me sometimes!

but, i just enrolled in a massage therapy program, and i think it's going to be my dream job. therefore, in about a year's time when i graduate, i hope i will be successfully doing that. i hate being face-to-face with people, and i think being face-to-back with them will be perfect.

if i earn enough money, i'd like to buy a small piece of land, build a cabin or cottage, and study bugs, plants and animals, work on my art, and practice massage therapy out in the country, rather than in the very large city where i live. *holds up glass* here's hoping everyone's ideal career becomes true for them. it's never too late to try!
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15-08-2017, 08:17 PM
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(15-08-2017 08:12 PM)lionely Wrote:  i work at a children's museum. i'm an introvert, and an antinatalist. so you can imagine how overstimulating it is for me to be around 500-700 new children a day. screaming, running around, disrespecting the exhibits while mommy and daddy play on their phones. it really gets to me sometimes!

but, i just enrolled in a massage therapy program, and i think it's going to be my dream job. therefore, in about a year's time when i graduate, i hope i will be successfully doing that. i hate being face-to-face with people, and i think being face-to-back with them will be perfect.

if i earn enough money, i'd like to buy a small piece of land, build a cabin or cottage, and study bugs, plants and animals, work on my art, and practice massage therapy out in the country, rather than in the very large city where i live. *holds up glass* here's hoping everyone's ideal career becomes true for them. it's never too late to try!

Your current job would drive me over the edge. I get overly pissed at people who use the toy aisle at Walmart as a built-in baby-sitter.[Image: 92116a67ff9e511ba1e6dfe6d9297352.jpg]

We know someone who went into Rolfing as a second career when he decided he didn't like his first one. Now he makes GOOD money and travels all over the world.

Where are we going and why am I in this hand basket?
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15-08-2017, 08:22 PM
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(15-08-2017 08:17 PM)outtathereligioncloset Wrote:  Your current job would drive me over the edge. I get overly pissed at people who use the toy aisle at Walmart as a built-in baby-sitter.[Image: 92116a67ff9e511ba1e6dfe6d9297352.jpg]

We know someone who went into Rolfing as a second career when he decided he didn't like his first one. Now he makes GOOD money and travels all over the world.

Yeah, I only work part time thankfully. and i try to rest as much as possible when i'm not at work.

what's Rolfing?
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15-08-2017, 08:26 PM
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(15-08-2017 08:22 PM)lionely Wrote:  
(15-08-2017 08:17 PM)outtathereligioncloset Wrote:  Your current job would drive me over the edge. I get overly pissed at people who use the toy aisle at Walmart as a built-in baby-sitter.[Image: 92116a67ff9e511ba1e6dfe6d9297352.jpg]

We know someone who went into Rolfing as a second career when he decided he didn't like his first one. Now he makes GOOD money and travels all over the world.

Yeah, I only work part time thankfully. and i try to rest as much as possible when i'm not at work.

what's Rolfing?
My husband had a few sessions a few years ago. The best way I can describe it is really REALLY deep tissue massage. It takes a lot of strength. He looks like a weight lifter.

http://www.rolfusa.com/rolfing.html

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16-08-2017, 06:41 AM
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The Eternal recurrence... Smile

I would live as I've done.

No regrets. Including the mistakes. Of which there have been many.

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16-08-2017, 11:24 AM
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A gynecologist... But they were concerned with the amount of drool I was dropping on the practice dummy, so they banned me from the course. And the shaky hands didn't help either I guess. Such is life.

I'm a creationist... I believe that man created God.
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18-08-2017, 06:25 PM
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I've tried my hand at such an absurd assortment of things that it took me a couple of days to figure it out. Finally had that "Aha!" moment.

Probably would've made a really good architect -- I've got an eye for 2-D and 3-D layout, quick study with computers, used to be really good in math (haven't used it for a long time, 'tho), love problem-solving, love building stuff.

I'm sorry, but your beliefs are much too silly to take seriously. Got anything else we can discuss?
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