Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by wildfiya, Aug 9, 2018.
Sounds kinda shitty...
But congrats on the upcoming retirement!
Nope... although, early in my craft, did some... here it comes 'organoleptic' tasting. Translation: We would sample Butter in the parchment days, to see if it had gone skunky. I mostly worked (with accompanying enforcement up to Prosecution) in the Retail Food sector- meaning, Restaurants, Food Stores, Butchers & Bakeries.
I loved the individual freedom of invariable going to different biz every day, without anyone looking over your shoulder. To answer any further questions- generally alone and almost NEVER pre-announced!
Customers used to frequently mistake me as a store employee. To which, I would say: " Madam, I don't work for X. I work for YOU & I'm one of the last, living breathing inspectors you have here- so treat me nicely! " And, that is no shite. Virtually, nobody from my original group is getting replaced!
Data and machine learning scientist / statistician. Or to summarize, mathemaperson.
What I actually do these days is invent ways for computers to recognize bones in xray images.
I'll keep it generic, I'm an accountant.
Attorney. I’m at a big firm and my practice is transactional (meaning I negotiate and document deals; I don’t go to court).
Multi-Currency Treasury for a large bank
Medical doctor and professor of medicine.
Compliance Analyst at a Financial Services company for the last 11 years and delivering pizza for a family owned place for 22 years. I feel like I could write a book about the crazy shit I have experienced doing the second job!
You'll never get in a Grisham novel that way!
Hubs: High School teacher of U.S. Government/Economics, Forensics (Speech and Debate)
Me: Medical Writer/Editor for the moolah. Part-time lounge/cover band singer Extraordinaire for the funz.
lol, back when I practiced more, I knew several of the attorneys at the firm Grisham based his early novels on. Nothing nearly as exciting as a Grisham novel ever happened to any of us!
Freelance writer, golf and travel, and now writing more about bicycling. It's really a catch-all for "lifestyle" stuff 'cause it also could be about food or spa. I've been writing regularly for Alaska Airlines' inflight magazine for nearly 18 years ... wow, where did the time go? I'm a regular contributor to the Sunday Los Angeles Times Travel section. I write a column/think piece for the Southern California section of the USGA and handle equipment for the metro NYC section of the USGA. Other clients include national and regional golf publications, AAA magazines, the PGA of America and a few regional lifestyle mags. I've written three Las Vegas travel guidebooks, one on the Palm Springs area and co-edited a Zagat guide; I'm done with the book thing. I do occasional piece/contract work for a few tourism/CVA-type outfits.
My motto long ago became: "I'm paid poorly to lead an extravagant lifestyle."
Restaurateur for the first 20, elected representative for 12 (overlapped between the two careers), government administration and now... part-time governmental consulting and the other part-time retired.
Nutritionist for the federal government
A GI doc perhaps?
"Paging Dr. Buttnugget....Dr. Buttnugget, please come take a look at the nugget in this butt"
Im a licensed insurance producer.. boring
Nah. buttnugget is a term of endearment from the wife.
Fed Gov't- Global Health/International Development-
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