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#1
I just wanted to find out what your dream job is!

Also, what are you using as a fail-safe in case you just need to pay the bills.

For me, I think a boiler operator would be freaking awesome. I grew up around it, have my hobby license already, and generally like the working conditions.

My safety net is as a Bricklayer. It's hard work but I stay in shape it's fun to joke around with those guys. Funnier than hell most of the time.

How about you?
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#3
My boiler is on a timer mate
Eat your pheasant
Drink your wine
Your days are numbered, bourgeois swine!
#5
blowjob rater
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#6
I always wanted to write graphic novels and design characters and settings. But I'm too lazy to draw a whole book. I also like making costumes and videos.

I'm not good enough at any of this to make money off it.

But if I could do anything? Fighter pilot.
#8
livable wage video game tester / critique

highly paid graphics design artist / animated film creator
(i could make my own 3D animated videos to surround my music, I could start an animated film business really if i had the money, hire programmers, etc)

highly paid and respected food critique / taste tester
(imagine being paid to travel the world, visit 5 star restaurants, and pretty much eat for free)
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#9
Full time musician obvs.

But I don't have any creative skills so maybe one of those beer tester guys. My dad's friend's father used to be that guy. He said all you do is drink beer and say if it's ok or not and that they even had a bed to lie down in if you're feeling woozy.

Although I don't like beer so maybe that but with hard liquor.
#10
Dream job? Katie Perry's manwhore.

Fallback job? Bank robber. Always wanted to rob a bank.
#11
I'd dig being the spokes-player for a guitar brand, somewhat in the way Greg Koch is for Fender, or Pete Thorn for Suhr.
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#13
Accomplished writer if i was any good, and or working at NASA as an electrical engineer.
Fallback would be anything.
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#16
Rapper/horror film director/pornstar


Instead I get to work retail for the rest of days. Granted probably wont be a lot of days
#17
Anything involving paperwork. I love paperwork.


Luckily my future career will have lots of that
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#18
Being a pilot or making prosthetic limbs that work like human arms/legs.
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#19
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I don't have a dream job. Any activity, no matter how enjoyable, becomes a chore once you're forced to do it.


#21
Chores can be enjoyable
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#25
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livable wage video game tester / critique

highly paid graphics design artist / animated film creator
(i could make my own 3D animated videos to surround my music, I could start an animated film business really if i had the money, hire programmers, etc)

highly paid and respected food critique / taste tester
(imagine being paid to travel the world, visit 5 star restaurants, and pretty much eat for free)

I've heard that video game tester is actually kind of a shitty job.
you play an unfinished game and maybe the same section of the same level for weeks on end looking for bugs or trying to recreate an error.
I've had to debug other people's code and that can be a huge PITA. I can imagine it would be something like that.

The food taster part....
You might end up "tasting" some rather nasty shit.
#27
Quote by Gatecrasher53
Accomplished writer if i was any good, and or working at NASA as an electrical engineer.
Fallback would be anything.

I worked and NASA/JPL as a tech.
That was a pretty cool job.
However, your activity or level of activity is based on the whims of congress and what they do with your budget.
#28
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I'd dig being the spokes-player for a guitar brand, somewhat in the way Greg Koch is for Fender, or Pete Thorn for Suhr.


Would be cool. The Gibson Rooster (vs Hummingbird)! You could have a decorative fighting cock as the pickguard!
#29
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Anything involving paperwork. I love paperwork.


Luckily my future career will have lots of that


That's rather eccentric. I HATE paperwork with a passion
#30
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I worked and NASA/JPL as a tech.
That was a pretty cool job.
However, your activity or level of activity is based on the whims of congress and what they do with your budget.


There is not always a high demand for engineers, but there is always a demand for techs. Good techs are more rare than good engineers, btw.
#31
housewifeman

househusband?

okay homemaker
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#32
Dream job? Guitar player in Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats...

Any job at Third Man Records...

Fallback? Parts Manager...

Im already doing that
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#33
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I don't have a dream job. Any activity, no matter how enjoyable, becomes a chore once you're forced to do it.

That's exactly why I don't particularly want to work on motorcycles. It's a hobby, I want to keep it that way.
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#34
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There is not always a high demand for engineers, but there is always a demand for techs. Good techs are more rare than good engineers, btw.

Tell that to the powers that be in the northern Nevada area.
The only "Tech" job I have seen in the last 2 months, they called it something like "Associate Engineer" but the job description was that of a Tech (Fix broken stuff), and it only paid $10.54/HR
Ten years ago, that same job (based on the description of the job Duties section) paid a minimum of $15/HR.
It was about 50 miles from where I live.
#35
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Tell that to the powers that be in the northern Nevada area.
The only "Tech" job I have seen in the last 2 months, they called it something like "Associate Engineer" but the job description was that of a Tech (Fix broken stuff), and it only paid $10.54/HR
Ten years ago, that same job (based on the description of the job Duties section) paid a minimum of $15/HR.
It was about 50 miles from where I live.


What's your specialty? In the telecommunication industry they always need more techs.
#36
Some job in the music industry, play in a succesfull band, work in a recording studio or director of a movie.

Far fetched dreams I know but I can still dream.
#37
Work in a motorcycle accessories shop, love it, would probably stay forever if they increased my pay by 30%. Cost price on everything makes it hard to leave though.
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#38
Quote by TobusRex
What's your specialty? In the telecommunication industry they always need more techs.

Doesn't matter really, but mostly electronics, electromechanical, and the like
Also done PC and network tech work, mechanic on cars, motorcycles, lawn equipment (lawnmowers, chainsaws, leaf blowers, etc.), and probably everything else.
If it breaks, and can be fixed, I have probably fixed it.


I would prefer to stay in a manufacturing environment though as opposed to service.
But at this point, I don't care.
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#39
song writer in a band. currently working on that, and its going good! dreams can come true if you work hard.
#40
nomad
except I like music too much so I wouldn't be able to keep my instruments
so currently working on next best thing
piano tuner and technician
A poem.
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