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Posted on Mon, Feb 13, 2006 08:20

Well I Started off doing simple modeling shoots then I topped it off by being an adult performer for web content and videos etc. I have backed off here recently to see if there is anything out there. I ran into a few things where a was a paid mistress i guess you would say. Thats really good b/c you get to enjoy all the things my girlfriend doesnet provide hehe. Other than that i am taking it easy till i find another friend to be his well paid yet exciting young little mistress. Anyone interested?

  
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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 12:51

I forgot to mention that I am a gig*olo.

Still looking for my First Customer.



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Posted on Sun, Feb 05, 2006 12:21

KATIE - love that name - a CLASSIC, and YOU ARE a CLASSIC. Most people do NOT UNDERSTAND US the ARTISTS. A TRUE ARTIST is a SURVIVOR - and- we ARE: SPONTANEOUS, we HAVE TO "Follow" our Instincts, and Whims to be able to create a BETTER World, a RICHER, ENLIGHTENED World for the MASSES, "those people out there in the Dark"(Sunset Blvd). And, so what if one does this and that - this is called LIFE - EXPERIENCING, LEARNING. The "Mass Mind" is a sad fact, and a LAZY fact. Listen Katie - write me - let's compare notes, and forget about some of the comments these Gentlemen have made. And, remember - many of these persons will NEVER be REMEMBERED - but - WE WILL BE, WE the ARTISTS. I send IMMENSE Respect --- Roland ----



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Posted on Sun, Nov 13, 2005 23:44

art model (non-nude)
research subject
make up model
nanny
research asst
policy advocate



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Posted on Mon, Nov 07, 2005 07:54

WOW your list is just as long as mine!
1-certified nursing assistant
2-lanscaper
3-in home care provider
4-strippr(in my skinny dayz LOL)
5-house keeper
6-dietary aid
7-cashier
8-office assistant
9- party planner
10-dominatirx
11-waitress
13-and the hardest job of all...being a mother!



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Posted on Thu, Nov 03, 2005 10:45

I was an air traffic controller for 26 years .. until I retired last May. I've ALMOST de-stressed......

  


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Posted on Wed, Nov 02, 2005 16:21

HUMMM STARTED AS A INTERIOR PAINTER
RETAIL MANAGER
RECORDING AND PRODUCING MUSIC
TYPESETTER
OFFICE MANAGER FOR PRINTING BUSINESS
BAND MANAGER
SINGER/WRITER



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Posted on Fri, Sep 16, 2005 09:22

Wow, it's really amazing to see all the different jobs that women have had! My experiences growing up have been a bit different. But I have to admit, I'm still working my way up in the working world!! Hehe, here's what I mean:

My Past Jobs:

Berry Farm Freezer, boxing fruit
Sales Assoc. at toy store
Sales Assoc. at a craft store
Sales Assoc. at a clothing store
Admin. Assistant at a Nursery
Events Coordinator for a summer camp
Day Care "teacher"
and now? ...
Well, I'm working full time in an office for a small Engineering firm. I type field reports and material test results... I just wonder where I'll be next!!? I hope to go back to school to get my Masters degree, and then...?

I'd love to be a personal consultant... or maybe a psychologist... maybe a fitness director? Ah, who knows... I have too many different interests to choose just one.

  


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Posted on Tue, Sep 13, 2005 15:57

katiegrl.....Like you, I have had my fair share of different jobs. I have worked since I was 17 y/o, and I get bored easily. I've been the secretary/recep
Bar Manager/bartender
waitress
Sergeant in the Marine Corps (working
with Classified Material during the
Vietnam War)
Farm hand (while I was married)
Nurse
Corrections Officer/Dispatcher for the local Sheriff's Dept.

I have been a nurse for 25 years, but have to take a vacation from it at times, hence the different jobs. I prefer working in my nursing profession best of all!!



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Posted on Mon, Sep 12, 2005 13:37

I'd do anything for money. Actually, I take that back. I'd do anything for a Viper. That's all I want is a Viper. And well, yes, money will buy a Viper, but wow, that's my dream car. Don't want Lamborghini's, Ferrarri's or Ashton Martin's, I just want one Viper. You name it, I'll probably do it.

Sure wish Fear Factor would have a 'Viper Edition'. I'd definitely be interested in doing any stunts for that.

Also wonder if anyone else would go that far for just a car. I know it sounds rediculous, but when it comes to things that you want, and you'd do anything for 'em. Well, there is no limit.



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Posted on Sat, Sep 03, 2005 07:38

My life experience (paid) is pretty eclectic myself...I think maybe I get bored easily with some of my jobs or needed to just pay bills till can find what I wanted...from time I was 13 yrs old wanted to be a police officer...now...sick of it...but not because of the street...with the infrastructure of law enforcement...

~police officer
~firefighter
~PR rep
~emergency dispatch
~author (fantasy, sci-fi, research)~every job in a grocery store
~photographer
~photo lab tech/custom photography
~supervisor for retail and security companies
~artist
~actress
~forklift driver
~worked in hospitals, factories and computer facilities
~Washington DC intern
~newspaper journalist
~radio DJ
~SBC missionary in Iowa and a deaf mission in Puerto Rico
~sunday school teacher
~construction
~ordained minister

Now the list of hobbies....



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Posted on Sat, Aug 27, 2005 18:59

Wow! lol. Well let me see now.

I have done the following,(keep in mind that I grew up in a small town)

grocery store worker
lumber stacker
masonry
concrete
garbage truck driver
framing
vinly siding installer
roofing
lawn care
car sales
..and currently a carpet installer for the past 8 yrs.

Now, I am getting off my rear and pursuing my real dream, acting.



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Posted on Mon, Aug 08, 2005 15:31

My jobs have been a lot more boring than most of you guys, but hey, I just thought I would tell you anyway...shop assistant, curator of toy museum,packer in christmas factory, some bit modelling, (many years ago and no not rude, mainly eyes for makeup shoots)decoupage teacher and finally programme co-ordinator for pharmacy university...
But I always wanted to be a rtuck driver...no idea why, just one of that list of things you always want to do...
Hugs Morganth xx

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Posted on Fri, Jul 29, 2005 19:55

KATIEGRL said she painted a Canadian flag on the tale of an aircraft. That is not illegal anywhere as far as I know. Now if she had painted it on the tail ---

Sorry Katiegrl I just couldn't resist. Please forgive me.



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Posted on Wed, Jul 27, 2005 11:12

And I also managed an alpaca ranch for a year...



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Posted on Mon, Jul 25, 2005 07:10


nick5454 write:
man I just make video games for the arcade and sometimes the military, mostly educational. Plus a shop system for the pits at races, and occasionally contracts...

How boring is that compared to what everyone else does. Like paint a jet!

Nick


I don't even do anything as exciting as designing games! I've worked in retail, various temp jobs in an array of manufacturing operations, been a parts driver & shop person for an outfit that made alcohol fuel stills for ethanol production in the '80s, a medical courier, telephone tech support for a bespoke Patent/Trademark application tracking software program, had a very small B&B in Cornwall and also did a stint delivering the post there, by bicycle, no less.

Now I spend 4 days a week running a financial planner's office in the foothills west of Boulder CO where the most likely thing to be seen when I look out the window (besides trees) are deer looking in at me, my first two erot*c ebooks were published this year (with more to come, so to speak), and I've recently become a sales associate for Pre-Paid Legal. Don't really have time for anything else.

But to answer your question, Katie, if money were no object, I'd write and play my guitar all day. Or maybe I'd expand my romance writing to include travel to exotic locations as well.... Good questiion!

Bill / wilfred06



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Posted on Sun, Jul 24, 2005 16:35


StarVoyager write:

thegoodlife2005 write:
HM! Let's see!

Cocktail Waitress/Bartender
Artists Model (drawing/painting)
Human Resources Advisor
Recruitment Officer
Bellydancer (Really! moonlighting)
Cost Analyst

And my next job . . . ? A mystery!

Your next job is with me!



In my dreams, BAY-BEE!

  


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Posted on Wed, Jul 20, 2005 18:53

man I just make video games for the arcade and sometimes the military, mostly educational. Plus a shop system for the pits at races, and occasionally contracts...

How boring is that compared to what everyone else does. Like paint a jet!

Nick

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Posted on Tue, Jul 12, 2005 03:04

I have to admit that's the easiest fix of all, just move..lol



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Posted on Mon, Jul 11, 2005 21:06


Ranger1 write:
Military occupation with assignments in airborne/ranger units. Later, worked with federal government as an intelligence analyst/agent. Now in Odessa, Ukraine living next door to a former KGB agent who still doesn't like Americans. I date his daughter. Coming back to the US in December for New year's Eve party at the Russian Embassy and a few other holiday parties.



Ranger, wait a minute ......... your last name wouldn't be "Bond" would it?

  


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