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    Question What do you do for a living?

    I am a small business owner. 27 employees in two States (California and Louisiana). Our products ship Worldwide.

    This is the maximum amount of detail I am looking for. I am not looking to turn this into a bashing thread; I just want insight on where people are coming from with their opinions.

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    I do computer/network support for a wine and spirits distributor.
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    I have been in the fire sprinkler industry for over 30 years.

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    Directional Driller/ consultant on oil and gas wells.
    In busy times, I also supply DD's to clients from my consulting operation.
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    I've been a licensed General Contractor, small business owner, in California for the past 31 years. I currently have any no employees nor any work for that matter.

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    Small business owner of 50-100 employees. Ship worldwide.

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    Purchasing/Inventory for 25 years.
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    Industrial Sales and Rentals for specialized lifting and material handling equipment
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    Fracture support technician, for Halliburton since november 1st, before that i worked construction with my dad who owned his own company (small less than 10 employees)

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    Early in life, I was a masonry contractor. (AZ C-31 license) I grew up a bricklayer's son. At the age of 26 I went into the real estate business specializing in land sales which I continue to this day some 34 years later however, like CAS, I haven't seen a drop of business since the Kenyan was elected. I still help people all-day, every-day however and I've held on through tough economic cycles before. I sure hope I can survive the damage this clown has done to our markets and consumer confidence.
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    Heavy equipment/Crane operator/field supervisor for a water utility.
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    Self employed - Maintenance and installation of evaporative cooling systems and upgrading of existing chicken runs - Employ 60 permanent people and up to 70 casual laborers at any time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boss460 View Post
    Small business owner of 50-100 employees. Ship worldwide.
    Oh and in manufacturing. We do still exist in this country.

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