What do you do for a living


#1

I am a supervisor for a manufacture in Missouri. I cover production and maintenance.


#2

Project Manager in marketing / market research.


#4

Customer support engineer for a major disk drive company.


#5

I’m a web developer full time right now. My job involves development, project management, website strategy consulting, SEO, data analysis, and conversion optimization.

Though I am hoping to eventually transition full time into the firearms world through Locked Back in the future.


#7

My father was a tool maker for 41 years .


#8

Sweet! Can you make and sell me a claw hammer with some pro-2A slogan on it? :wink:


#9

WD or Seagate?


#10

Neither


#11

That would be pretty awesome.


#12

I am an AK owner. Therefore I am jobless, and just own a hammer an AK and drink vodka. Homeless too.


#13

And wear adidas right?


#14

Some times you just have to pop a squat!
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#15

Samsung, Hitachi or … some Chinese brand?


#16

I’m retired, so I kind of do this.


#17

Are you serious? Really? I don’t think it’s that obscure? Here’s a hint:

By the way there’s only 3, Hitachi and Samsung are gone from the industry. Seagate bought Samsung, WD bought Hitachi(actually Toshiba got a piece too), and Toshiba bought Fujitsu.

Toshiba isn’t big on Marketing, but we’re a major player.


#18

Retired


#19

Send me one of those. Only have 2tb on my studio computer, and I’ll fill that too fast.


#20

part time Mechanical Engineer in the firearms industry and retired.


#21

SHIT!! I completely forgot about Toshiba. :slight_smile: Toshiba’s are nice but had too many fail years ago when I built workstations. Perhaps that build quality has changed, who knows. I do find it interesting that Seagate bought Samsung considering Samsung is a much larger company. Perhaps they wanted out of that space–either way both of those are/were my go-to brands. I have heard about Hitachi a while ago, I guess I forgot which is ok because I hated Deskstar and Travelstar HDDs. But I digress…


#22

retired Systems Analyst - financial services industry