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Old 03-16-2005, 11:51 PM   #31
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Old 03-17-2005, 07:22 AM   #32
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Okey, my real name's Thomas :P
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Old 03-17-2005, 10:11 AM   #33
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Okay, here it goes...My name is Brian. I live in a Southern subarb of Minneapolis, MN. I am married and we have our first child on the way. We have two cats, a dog, a hedge hog and fish. I work as a paramedic and supervisor for an ambulance company. I grew up in Norht West Iowa and went to Iowa State University (Go Cyclones!) and majored in Psychology. Had a "real job" for about a year after graduating and hated it. I moved to Sioux Falls, SD to attend Paramedic school and that has been my carreer ever since. Outside of work I enjoy my fish, music, movies, backpacking, sea kayaking, cooking and ust spending time with family and friends.
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For a job, i am a professional cook/chef. Infact i have gone to school for it. If you ever need a recipe for anything let me know and i will do my best to help you out. I have helped some people out with their culinary dilemas already with great results.

This is great to know Blaine. I'm gonna take you up on this.
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I may just take you up on that. Thanks for your willingness to help!!
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For a job, i am a professional cook/chef. Infact i have gone to school for it. If you ever need a recipe for anything let me know and i will do my best to help you out. I have helped some people out with their culinary dilemas already with great results.
Really?? PM's forthcoming...
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Everyone is so interesting. I feel dull in comparison, but here goes..
My name is Feather (yes it's my real name) I am 26, soon to be 27. We live just outside Shelton WA, its about a half hour from the capital (Olympia). I have been married for almost 7 years. I stay at home with my 5 year old daughter. I have worked mostly in retail, but I am a licensed cosmetologist. I have no desire to go back to work but I probably will once my daughter starts kindergarten. Aside from my ever growing passion for aquaria, I love all kinds of crafts, photography, reading. I like growing things, but not as successful at it as I would like to be.
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Old 03-20-2005, 05:33 PM   #38
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There are interesting people here? Where? LOL
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If your 5 year is anything is anything like my 2 and 4 year old boys...you life is everything but dull. My wife says staying at home with the boys is everything but dull. She finds it the most challanging and most rewarding job she has ever had.

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hello.
i live just south of Boston. i'm 42 and i work as an RN in a small ER. worked in a big ER till recently, but left for more money, more OT and a less toxic work atmosphere.
been living with the GF for 10 years now. no kids but we do have a dog. (a lab/terrier mix. rescued him from the shelter) now we have fish too. starting with a 10 gal tank, but am already pricing larger setups. wont get one till i get the 10 settled though.
i'm pretty much a homebody. the computer, DVD collection (200+ and counting) PS2 and XBox keep me home the majority of the time.
i'm looking forward to the warm weather so i can get the veggie garden started.
that about covers the basics.
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