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PostPosted: Sun Apr 29, 2007 7:15 pm 

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Wait, I'm a grownup?

I'm technology coordinator for a small school district by day.


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Grant writer by day, grant writer/writer/consultant by night and weekends

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I'm a doctor. And I still have to stifle a giggle whenever anyone calls me doctor.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 8:55 am 
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Location: Cambridge, MA
I'm a user interface designer for mid-sized software company.

At home, I'm a dad. That really makes me feel like a grown up, even though it involves spending a lot of time playing with trains or pretending to be a dinosaur.

My son's ambition is to be a monster truck driver/paleontologist. We'll see how that goes, but it would make a good action movie.


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Electrical engineer. I worked in retail for 8 years while I was in college.


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I'm a financial planner (and a dad).


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My paying gig, and my training says I'm a theatre lighting tech. I tend to think of myself as husband, father, lighting tech, photographer, web-designer, reader, and bum.

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Currently grad student doing research in AI and machine learning, otherwise software programmer, small time forex and stock and commodities trader , also currently manage a website related to indian securities market


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I'm currently an IT Internal Controls Accountant/Auditor, but ask me again next year.

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IT Consultant... whatever that is...


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Is 25 old enough to be considered "grown up" these days? Heck, I'm still a teenager according to my insurance company. :wink:

Either way, I'm a structural CAD drafter.


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I'm cleverly disguised as a responsible adult.

37, about to be 38, and I'm a digital media specialist - "light room" work for digital photo and video. My Photoshop-fu is strong.
I also manage a huge digital media archive for a private firm. In my spare time I like photography, sailing (dinghy racing), making jewelry and running around Azeroth with my invisible friends.

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I'm a technical writer at a software company.


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I run an information products company and I broker information by acting as a marketing consultant and occasional freelance writer. I'm also a parent, which (as noted above) makes me feel like a grown up more than anything else does!

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