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Old 12-12-2006, 02:13 PM   #21
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I'm a mechanical engineer at a medium sized engineering firm in Kansas City. I do work mainly for the power industry. We do stuff on Coal, Gas, and Nuclear projects (I work primarily in Nuclear).
im a computer engineer for a biometrics company. we do electronic fingerprint systems and fingerprint matching. JRagg, we have a system at Johnson County Sheriff's office in Olathe Ive been there!
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im a computer engineer for a biometrics company. we do electronic fingerprint systems and fingerprint matching. JRagg, we have a system at Johnson County Sheriff's office in Olathe Ive been there!
I'm not in their database, I swear!
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I am currently going to school to become a pharmacist. When I am not in class, I work for a company at the airport here in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I detail corporate aircraft, along with "fractional share jets" that are based at the company.

It's cool work because I get to see some pretty cool people. Since I started working there in March of '05 I have seen: Colin Powell, Tony Stewart, Bono, and most recently Bob Seger.
I didn't get a chance to see: Aerosmith, the Detroit Pistons, Stevie Nixx (spelling?), Jerry Seinfeld, Shawn Hannity (is that the right name?), as I was busy working. There have been others but I forget LOL.
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