I'm a cartoonist. Been doing it for almost 20 years.I've had over 6000 cartoons published.(it's the same drawing of a stick-man that I keep selling to different media outlets, so far nobody has caught on) I'll never retire...they'll have to pull my pen from my cold dead hand.I also do voice work...I do a mean imitation of "dead-air"....sorry, that's an industry joke.
Post edited by: beazzzz, at: 2007/11/09 04:46
1966 Honda CB 160
1967 Honda CL 305
1970 Ossa 250
1971 Honda CL 450
1980 Suzuki GS 1100 ES
1984 Suzuki PE 175
1976 Kawasaki KZ900 (2nd owner)
1977 Honda 750 K Original Owner
1978 Honda 813 K (bored out)
2004 Triumph 900 Thruxton
LTD, who do you work for. I am a Customer Demand Manager for a large Aluminum sheet and plate producer in Davenport Iowa.
I work for a company called Dukes, Inc. No one's ever heard of it, but it's been in business for 50 years.
Here's our web page, if you're interested... dukesinc.com/
I've heard of Nichols (I assume that's your company), but we don't buy directly from them. But you may supply material to the people we buy from here in SoCal.
I'm an old fashioned family doctor: deliver babies, house calls, the whole nine yards. I don't pull teeth though, I happily pass that along to the dentists!
Current Rides: 2013 BMW R1200GSW, 1972 BMW R75/5
Current Project: 1978 KZ1000A2: Supercrank'd by Falicon, APE studs and nuts, Dyna Green coils, powder coated frame and fenders, Stainless brake lines, dual front discs, pods, Kerker Exhaust, 1075cc with JE pistons
Im just an old tired Truck Driver, Used to own my own Rig and found out early that when you drive for a company , your a truck driver and when you own your own, your now a bussiness man and have to pay yourself,
No more long haul these days just local , maybe overnight , but usally home each night .
Post edited by: Scrapper, at: 2007/11/09 11:24
Handle every situation like a dog,
If you can't eat it or hump it,
Piss on it and walk away!
I been plating for about 16yrs.My first real job, still
at it. sorry guys no bike parts just nickle,gold small
computer/laser parts.You might get to see some of my handi work tho as I redo my bike this winter just gotta sneak my stuff in
I am the evening team leader (supervisor) of the Childwatch Department at our local YMCA (the largest YMCA in the country). I am directly responsible for about 200 children who come and go in a 6 hour stretch, with as many as 97 at a time, who range in age from 6 weeks to 9 years old. To get a grasp of how chaotic it has the potential to be, we have 8 teachers, including myself. We watch the kids for a couple hours while mom and dad get their workout in or take a class or while they put other children in classes. It is the funnest job I've ever had, hey, I sit and color and blow bubbles all night while watching cartoons, but it is also the most stressful at times. 30 minutes of holding a screaming toddler who does NOT want to be there can sure seem like an eternity!