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Just wondering... #847 08/03/11 09:24 PM
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Do any of you guy's actually work! lol Unfortunately my work has really dropped off in the last 45 days so I spend a little to much time on the forums.

What does everyone do for a living? maybe we can do some networking...


I am in wholesale. I sell aftermarket wheels, tires and accessories to retail stores. Maybe I could get something worked out for forum members if you need tires or wheels let me know.

Re: Just wondering... [Re: Craig] #932 08/05/11 01:35 AM
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yes i work for a living. i work for the city of FT. PAYNE (in the arse,lol) STREET DEPT. my old truck does need some new shoes, maybe when i can get a little muhla we can talk.


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Re: Just wondering... [Re: Craig] #999 08/05/11 07:06 PM
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Re: Just wondering... [Re: Craig] #1008 08/05/11 08:45 PM
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I run an IT department writing medical software, but am a programmer at heart.


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I am a retarded retiree. Spent 30 plus years in the classroom.
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Re: Just wondering... [Re: IceAAA] #1025 08/06/11 12:37 AM
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Originally Posted by IceAAA
, but am a programmer at heart.


Andy that statement would have made my Dad proud to hear from any programmer. He was RCA's senior systems analyst at Kennedy Space Center and the Air Force Eastern Test Range. He wrote NASA's operating system in the very early 60's and then was in charge of the group of programmers that wrote and maintained the tracking of all flights civilian and military.

But he would always say "I'm just a programmer at heart". Thank you for reminding me of that statement.


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I work 15 days a month 12+ hrs. a day an still get overtime Thank god!! People have to have TV..


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Re: Just wondering... [Re: leapnlineman] #1027 08/06/11 02:40 AM
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, but am a programmer at heart.


Andy that statement would have made my Dad proud to hear from any programmer. He was RCA's senior systems analyst at Kennedy Space Center and the Air Force Eastern Test Range. He wrote NASA's operating system in the very early 60's and then was in charge of the group of programmers that wrote and maintained the tracking of all flights civilian and military.

But he would always say "I'm just a programmer at heart". Thank you for reminding me of that statement.


I certainly understand why he would say it. I really miss the days of coding around the clock. Thanks for sharing the story Ray.


Re: Just wondering... [Re: Craig] #1031 08/06/11 06:25 AM
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FORTRAN

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FORTH


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COBOL [Linked Image]


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Re: Just wondering... [Re: Craig] #1064 08/06/11 12:54 PM
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Thank goodness it wasn't FORTRAN or COBOL for me!

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Re: Just wondering... [Re: Craig] #1078 08/06/11 02:00 PM
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If I remember correctly, early on Dad used a variation of FORTRAN at the Cape. Due to security reasons he could never fully discuss things with me about his job. But I do know that they had developed their own special langauge.


Re: Just wondering... [Re: leapnlineman] #1079 08/06/11 02:05 PM
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Wow! before I tood the path of CAD/CAM I was learning FORTH, Fortran and COBOL!! That was a long time ago, like around 1982! grin


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Wow! before I tood the path of CAD/CAM I was learning FORTH, Fortran and COBOL!! That was a long time ago, like around 1982! grin


Now Bob, itís FORTRAN, not Fortran. Please proper nomenclature....

BTW, COBOL reeks.


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