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As for me I work as manager, fond of photography and music (but not a musician, unfortunately)

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On 11/29/2018 at 6:03 PM, jp5Touring said:

Retired for two years, found out I'm pretty good at doing nothing.? 

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one year into retirement....doing nothing but playing with cars and motorcycles....?

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On 7/22/2019 at 4:28 PM, mlytle said:

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one year into retirement....doing nothing but playing with cars and motorcycles....?

You are so lucky, I still have 10 years or something. I don't even count anymore, when the day comes my boss tells me :D I'm working as a real estate advisor for a foreign company called Tranio. I can't say it's fun but pays the bills after all. So, well, if you guys want to buy an apartment in Barcelona and obtain a golden visa one day I'd be glad to help :D  

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I'm an ordinary hard-working man! I work a lot and hard, but  I never forget to enjoy my life!) My free time, I always try to go outside, to do some exercises or going for sport though once a week or run for a half-hour. I can meet friends in some pub, drink a couple of glasses of beer) If I stay at home,  can chat with a beautiful girl on online date  https://hookupmasters.com/adult-dating-sites/milfaholic-review/ or watch TV shows, now I'm watching" why women kill" hahh it's nice))) In general, I live an ordinary life, but I really appreciate and love everything I have!!!

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That reminds me of those questions at the Hollywood parties where I always answered, "I exist".

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I still don't know what he does for a living though. Assuming it means what you do in your job ?

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Musician (drummer), drum teacher ... former journalist.

A couple photos, me playing a reunion in New York 2018 with Bite the Wax Godhead, and gigging with my blues band The Old Crows at BB's Lawnside, a marvelous Kansas City roadhouse.

 

bitethewaxgodhead.jpg

oldcrows2.jpg

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Landscape architect - Mostly commercial work; hotels, corporate centers, malls etc.

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I work as a personnel manager in a nightclub, but with the beginning of quarantine in this area, like many others, a crisis has come and I still can’t work normally. For me, the only way out is to work at home as a freelance or online casino. With help syndicate casino reviews I chose the option that suits me and tried to play. While my earnings are not very large, maybe I need more experience with this.

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Retired from Boeing after working on the Space Station program and traveling 195 nights a year.

Couldn't stand not working so I started doing engineering work, testing and CNC programming for a company that builds competition suspension components (Vorshlag Motorsports).

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