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BeerIsGood

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One of the great things about this forum is that we share our proffessional skills with each other, as they apply to brewing. Sorry if my list of options seems all wrong from your perspective, please choose as best you can. I've had to group a fair bit - I hope noone is offended about who they are grouped with. Anyway, for starters, I'm a mechanical engineer, so that comes under Proffessional (uni-qualified).

And I don't want anyone picking brewer unless they really do it for a living. As in you get paid for it. Getting the dole and making homebrew doesn't count :angry:

Edit: I'm a professional, and I can't even spell it! doh! :(
 

Ross

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International scrapmetal trader - so i guess that comes under other...
 

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What if i fit more than one group? :huh:
Should i vote only for my current group or both?

Don't worry i found my answer :p
 

PeterS

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I am Other since I am retired.
 

kungy

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Administration in a National Buying and Marketing team for WOW.
Now I just have to find a way to get in the beer and liquor team.

Will
 

warrenlw63

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Graphic Designer. One day I'll get to work on my avatar. :unsure:

Warren -
 

PhilS

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Electrical Mechanic, but now confined to Control Room duties for the local Electricity Distributor :chug:

Regards,
Phil
 

Ross

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warrenlw63 said:
Graphic Designer. One day I'll get to work on my avatar. :unsure:

Warren -
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Ha hah... the answer to all your fancy posts - top work :D
 

Borret

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Industrial Designer (Uni-Qual including modelmaker). Currently working as Product Engineer.

Borret :blink:
 

Ducatiboy stu

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16yrs as a Tele/communications tech with the NSW railways doing everything from Radio, Microwave, Fibre, Data, PABX, PCM and ATM, Telephones, PA systems untill they gave me a big fat redundancy cheque.

Now do maintanence for PABX and exchanges for a large company..


Most interesting thing done lately was replacing damaged inmate phones in Kempsey Jail....very wierd place to be in if you have never been inside a jail....

Most interesting thing obtained was Borretts cat5 socket holder/stubbie opener.....every tech should have one.....
 

barls

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causer of chaos and mayhem in the navy also know as an electronics tech
 

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Im an undergraduate surveyor. BTW, who is the brewer?
 

Lufah

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Railroad Engineer. Work for Norfolk Southern. Also President of the union local ;)

I'm actually on a train right now pirating someones Wi-Fi signal. :beerbang:

Travis
 

Tony M

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I do bugger all since retiring about 4 years ago. Had a fibreglass factory for about 30 yrs but originally obtained professional qualifications as a Production engineer in the sixties so I've been making stuff all my life. Once its in your blood, it becomes extremely difficult to spend your hard earned on anything other than raw materials.
 

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Had to vote - other

I am retired

I think you may find a lot of retired people brew
 

timmy

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Two trades here, mechanical fitter and Fridge/ A/C mechanic.

After 8 yrs in the navy and a year at an abattoir i now spend my days in computer rooms working for a precision airconditioning company. At least i don't usually get dirty anymore.
 

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Not exactly a crust but Im currently a mechanical engineering student. :(

Was a trade qualified automotive mechanic for 10 years before starting the degree though.
 

Stagger

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Fitter and Machinist here a trade to have when brewing, my kit is ever growing.

Stagger
 

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