Know Your Fellow MTBNJers Series: What Do You Do For Twerk?

Sandman98

Well-Known Member
I was a professional musician back in my homeland the philippines. During my college years being a musician helps for my tuition. I toured mostly asian countries and my goal as a musician is to be a recording artist but my fate turned a different way. My family and I migrated here and leave the profession I so loved. Pursue the american dream so to speak, looking for a good life is not that easy but Ive found God instead. Now Im a worship leader in a local church and still doing music in a smooth jazz band as a lead guitar. Im a food service director in a nursing facilty now. Before that I work as a cook in restaurant and nursing facility for many years. my experience paved the way to where I am now. still living the american dream though or maybe I need to wake up:). Thank you for reading.

sandy
 

ChrisRU

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I'm in Employee Benefits, working for a large Healthcare organization. My role keeps me involved in the strategic, behind the scenes functions of HR. I'm involved with looking at our trends and experience, identifying new opportunities, refining processes, and following the latest legal and regulatory requirements (ACA) to ensure our benefit plans are compliant. This mostly boils down to managing a handful of small implementations and 1-2 large projects at a time.

I moonlight as a M.B.A student, which takes up much of my free time these days.
 
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pooriggy

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I manage people who maintain a golf course. Its easier to grow grass then to grow people.
 

pooriggy

Well-Known Member
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looks like you can keep your xc skis an fatbikes in the closet folks.
 

soundz

The Hat
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I fix mtbNJ when it breaks. My goal in life is to work as little as I have to.

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shrpshtr325

Infinite Source of Sarcasm
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mechanical engineer for a little organization that is responsible for keeping your ass safe and free to say what it wants when it wants, and making sure that any groups that attempt to take that away from you get blown up.

my job unfortunately isnt that interesting i only design support equipment, not bombs
 

njmark

Professional Cyclist
I work at a wastewater treatment plant. Used to work in the liquid treatment division which is exactly what it sounds like. I've moved on to the Solid treatment division which consists of taking liquid sludge and making it dry sludge and then burning it. It stinks, the hours are bad but being paid more than I ever thought I would be without going to college and retirement at 55 make it worth it.
 

map111158

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Im a beginner farmer. I work on two farms - one in MA and one in the Hudson Valley NY.
First is called Blue Hill Farm. We have a grassfed dairy herd, 60 replacement heifers/beef animals, 150 pigs a year, 550 hens for eggs, 100 meat chickens at most times and 30 goats. Much of the meat and eggs go to a restaurant near Tarrytown called Blue Hill at Stone Barns.
The second is Kinderhook Farm in Valatie, NY. Here we have a herd of 550 completely grassfed Angus and Devon cattle on 1200 acres along with a couple hundred sheep.

Here are a few pics:

This is some of the fall calving cows and their calves before being loaded and moved to a new pasture rotation/and to castrate the bull calves



These are some of the heifers from BHF. They will become dairy cows eventually. The breed is Normande. Every cow has a unique color scheme. This is right after moving them to a fresh paddock.



Fall is here

 

walter

Fourth Party
I work at a wastewater treatment plant. Used to work in the liquid treatment division which is exactly what it sounds like. I've moved on to the Solid treatment division which consists of taking liquid sludge and making it dry sludge and then burning it. It stinks, the hours are bad but being paid more than I ever thought I would be without going to college and retirement at 55 make it worth it.

When I was in college I worked for Middlesex County Utilities Authority, where they turned all the dry stuff into a soil additive called Meadow Life. I was young and a partier, nothing like the smell of raw sewage, ammonia, empty primary tanks, etc., to make that pork roll and cheese come right back up :puke:
 

JimN

Captain Wildcat
Team MTBNJ Halter's
I am a network/systems/software engineer at a midsize ISP/MSP in North Jersey. I mostly write code to automate systems and network gear. I've been here close to a decade and love the variety of what I'm exposed to on an average day.
 

capedoc

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Team MTBNJ Halter's
Pretty cool, Rob. Iv'e always been intrigued by farming. It looks like a rewarding Job.
 

Johnny Utah

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I used to deal with robbery out in LA, but got assigned to a case that led to a huge surfing addiction. Either way, I left one of my best friends and carreer at Belles Beach during the fifty year storm.

Now I manage a portfolio of loans/underwrite new business for a commerical bank.

I also like to play outside, as I have a degree in Landscape Architecture with ten years expierience in realted work including watershed management/soils studies.
 

njmark

Professional Cyclist
When I was in college I worked for Middlesex County Utilities Authority, where they turned all the dry stuff into a soil additive called Meadow Life. I was young and a partier, nothing like the smell of raw sewage, ammonia, empty primary tanks, etc., to make that pork roll and cheese come right back up :puke:

I'm in Bridgewater, it doesn't smell any better in Somerset County.
 

Glenlivet12

Well-Known Member
My last job was as a scientist managing the animal lab for a medical device company. Earlier this year i moved positions and am now a project manager for the same company.
 

mattybfat

The Opinion Police
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I am the wifves best friend. When you slobs keep putting off those honey-due jobs , I swoop in and get paid for your lack of attention

Ok that sounds weird but not far off. I officially have become self employed as handyman with legal name, insured and licenced as HIC in NJ. I am also a man who rides a lot, best friend. Got a honey-due list give me a call at Professional Handyman Services 908 339 1641. Thanks...
 

case

Member
When I'm not trying to accumulate as many scars on my legs as possible, I'm a rail clearance engineer, working with a regional/national railroad. I deal with moving high, wide & heavy shipments, new construction of cars, maintenance of way equipment, locomotives and facilities. Been doing this for nigh on 27 years and I enjoy it.
 
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