: What do you do for a living?



Quick01GT
12-27-11, 09:35 PM
I'm curious because some of you own multiple BEAUTIFUL escalades, I have an 07, its my pride and joy but can only afford one :) I worked hard to get it and modify it. I'm a union ironworker local 433 out of Los Angeles.

Eric Hagan
12-27-11, 10:19 PM
Industrial HVAC service technician union pipe fitters ua local 136 Evansville

BDEVLIN
12-27-11, 10:43 PM
Mortgage loan originator out of NJ.

ELUSIVE
12-27-11, 11:54 PM
Aspiring man of leisure. :D

MATCHN_TOYZ
12-28-11, 12:03 AM
Oh nothing big....... just a lil this :brutal: and a lil that...... :gun2:


:usflag: :pow-mia:


:patriot:

Quick01GT
12-28-11, 12:37 AM
Oh nothing big....... just a lil this :brutal: and a lil that...... :gun2:


:usflag: :pow-mia:


:patriot:

Thank you soldier, I worked on tower 1 in NY FREEDOM TOWER its my small contribution!

Bunty
12-28-11, 01:07 AM
Thank you for your service MATCHN_TOYZ!


I'm an I.T. project manager, but my parents were the ones that worked hard to be able to help get it for me.

paperchase4life
12-28-11, 01:14 AM
Sr. Network Engineer, disabled Vet

PWGUNNY
12-28-11, 10:48 AM
Financial Advisor, Merrill Lynch on Long Island

StevieT
12-28-11, 11:53 AM
Business owner, web based.

Invent mostly filtration solutions for smaller mass produced saltwater aquariums. Started it from scratch with one product for my personal tank almost 4 years ago. Now we have 30+ developed and produced and resell 200+ other products worldwide.

The Escalade was my first "big" purchase to reward the late nights.

SouthernCaddy
12-28-11, 12:44 PM
Well, I am a drug supplier. I have over 200 dealers in my circle working for me. We deal in mostly cocain but do supply other items if needed. Main port is is south flordia. We made over 300K last year profit after all personel were paid. Tried dealing in arms and that was just to much trouble. I am telling you....selling guns now days is hard with home land security. Picked the Escalade because it was a low profile truck and goes un noticed by most law inforcement officers. We do not use our selfs so the profits are bigger and provide more income for our feelers.


















































No just kidding. I am a Fleet Manager for a Large School district and can barely afford the truck. Got it for the wife and she loves it. Only owe 18K more and it is ours. But we do look like dealers when we ride up in it.... :)

hannity
12-28-11, 12:50 PM
Just became an MD 2 years ago, specializing in infectious disease.

Lrotan
12-28-11, 03:12 PM
I work for an oil company and my husband has a HVAC/Plumbing company, here in Texas.

cangolf
12-28-11, 03:22 PM
Hi-Tech as well, sales and senior management type roles

G00dlife
12-28-11, 03:30 PM
I'm a thug catcher :D. Just kidding, I'm retired and do whatever I feel like doing.
Enjoy your Escalades.

Mike06train
12-28-11, 03:46 PM
Operations manager of a commercial/industrial indoor air quality company. We do everything from small HVAC filters to building cleanrooms.

jason1214
12-28-11, 03:52 PM
Locomotive Engineer

escalade kidd
12-28-11, 07:19 PM
I am a Teamster with Local 560 in Northern NJ. Been delivering concrete now for 29 years and love it.

PreachRR
12-28-11, 07:44 PM
Aspiring Minister of the non-denominational Christian Gospel.. But until then Branch Manager for state of Oklahoma for very large security guard company. made a great deal on my truck so I only look like a big dog! :cool2:

Hey Carl how about you... :thumbsup::hide:

luxurylife33
12-28-11, 08:34 PM
Hey Carl how about you... :thumbsup::hide:

HAHAHAHA



I work in law enforcement

99embrey
12-28-11, 10:46 PM
Parts manager at a large trailer dealership.

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JV403
12-30-11, 09:14 AM
Plumber/Pipefitters local 502 Louisville Ky.

chirochris
12-30-11, 09:35 AM
chiropractor..this is my 3rd one, wife hates them..she enjoy her rover more..i hate it

apathy96
12-30-11, 10:13 AM
Field Landman, working is Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, but live in Oklahoma.

K9Caddy
12-30-11, 11:39 AM
Private security contractor. Currently contracted under the Dept of State.

Aerocoupe
12-30-11, 03:44 PM
Stole it because the theft security on these things suck. Been pimpin' it ever since. Now when me and the wife roll up in the high class neighborhoods to snatch other cars no one even blinks an eye. Just nabbed a Rover the other day, the wife had it started and down the street in under 30 seconds, brought a tear to my tatooed face.

Bunty
12-30-11, 05:39 PM
^lol

Philasprtsfan
12-30-11, 08:29 PM
In response to SouthernCaddy, I work within Homeland Security so it is nice to see that we have made dealing in weapons just that much harder for you. Now if you could only let me know where you bring your drugs into the country, you might help get me promoted so I can upgrade from my 07 EXT to a 11 or 12.

Escapade
12-31-11, 12:19 PM
If I must... Yogen Fruz Franchise Owner in Toronto, AGA Investments in Toronto, Apple Authorized Reseller in Addis Ababa, Steel Factory Shareholder in Addis Ababa, Import/Export Company in Addis Ababa.... I bought my truck Ca$h in Toronto and shipped it out down there, :yup:

Shipping Cost: $5000
The feeling of driving that car out there, with only about 10 of them in the country, and mine the ONLY private licence plate: Priceless!

:cheers:

Paddy4810
12-31-11, 12:43 PM
I also work for Homeland Security.
Looks out of place in the employee lot where I'm at.

SouthernCaddy
01-01-12, 10:05 AM
In response to SouthernCaddy, I work within Homeland Security so it is nice to see that we have made dealing in weapons just that much harder for you. Now if you could only let me know where you bring your drugs into the country, you might help get me promoted so I can upgrade from my 07 EXT to a 11 or 12.


Lol, I would love to tell you but I do not even know where this stuff comes from. I was just kidding and making a joke. I am a ex police officer and now I run a very large fleet shop of School buses for the local school board here where I live. But if I knew how to sell weapons or drugs it would make it alot easier for me to own one of these fine trucks..... I just have to get by and make the payments as I get the money until the government ever decides to give us a raise.... :)

felixgun
01-01-12, 11:09 AM
I work out in the field for an oil and gas company as an MWD.

brentspatriots
01-01-12, 12:27 PM
im in the canadian infantry

JD_Joe
01-01-12, 03:03 PM
I'm a John Deere agriculture equipment salesman. I do love my job! Driving around drinking coffee with farmers all day shooting the bull.

murphy
01-01-12, 03:22 PM
Why do you shoot the bulls ? won't the cows miss them ? :)

skierjp
01-02-12, 08:46 AM
Utility Resourse Coordinator for Lakeland Electric ( Florida ):cool2:

Naf
01-02-12, 10:02 AM
I support the troops in the middle east a well as local jobs that include massive transport and liftin...

With the pull out we are all feelin the burn and are makin massive budget cuts.

RVC
01-02-12, 09:11 PM
I am in the U. S. Coast Guard, finishing up my 18th year of service.

SouthernCaddy
01-03-12, 02:38 PM
im in the canadian infantry

they have a Army up there? Just kidding with you, I just never heard of them. :)

K9Caddy
01-03-12, 05:49 PM
They must pay well too!! Can I join?

SouthernCaddy
01-03-12, 06:37 PM
They must pay well too!! Can I join?

yes they must!!! unless he has rank :)


I wish I could go visit there just once!

brentspatriots
01-03-12, 08:45 PM
They must pay well too!! Can I join?

pays ok, but i own an 07 escalade not a 2012 lol, that 2012 i wont be able to own until about 2016 lol. and for souther caddy we hear those comments quite a bit. I usually tell people to youtube "canadians in afghanistan"

proud to be canadian

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yes they must!!! unless he has rank :)


I wish I could go visit there just once!

im a corporal, 2nd lowest on the food chain! lol, but id prefer to buy nice things rather than blow my money at the bars. also, it helps when the wife works too :)

and its a big country up here, if your going to visit, i recommend British Columbia. Its a very big tourist attraction, Montreal and Toronto are just typical big cities, nothing spectacular IMO,

quattrotman
01-03-12, 08:52 PM
Canadian troops have made a lot of sacrifices in Afghanistan. Many soldiers were lost there. I too am a very proud Canadian.

murphy
01-03-12, 09:50 PM
:canuck: Would not live anywhere except this beautiful, proud (add any positive adjective here) country.

babylade
01-06-12, 11:56 AM
Just got out of the Navy after 20 years, now I'm a Civilian analyst for the Navy maintenance center - FL

hcvone
01-06-12, 11:57 AM
NOTHING, just old and retired

zam2000
01-06-12, 01:00 PM
Just a small reseller/distributor. Drug for the Columbian and weapon for the North Korean :-)

cadmanchris
01-07-12, 12:10 PM
Been working on Caddys for 19 years.

71Dragtruck
01-07-12, 02:25 PM
NOTHING, just old and retired


Ahhhhh my dream job ;)

mbdubb2361
01-09-12, 01:51 AM
Have my own home base business and my wife is an investment banker.

Rollin Thunder
01-09-12, 06:00 AM
IM a developer (real estate) Before that I was part owner with my father in a construction company. He retired almost a year ago.

Steve Austin
01-09-12, 03:43 PM
Pro Motocross Supercross racer for 13 years. After retiring from my sport I opened Venom Motorsports developing high performence car products. I sold that business and opened a Highend home theatre business. I am still very involved in Venom Motorsports now developing Cadillac product.

concorso
01-09-12, 03:47 PM
Pro Motocross Supercross racer for 13 years. After retiring from my sport I opened Venom Motorsports developing high performence car products. I sold that business and opened a Highend home theatre business. I am still very involved in Venom Motorsports now developing Cadillac product.Sounds like youve been busy....howd you have time to wrestle? :)

Steve Austin
01-09-12, 04:03 PM
:cool: lol

CStradling24
01-10-12, 01:24 PM
Air Traffic Controller

dranksum
01-10-12, 03:11 PM
I stay in afghanistan working on Mine Resistant Ambush Proof vehicles for 330 days out the year.....7/12's it sucks! but im getting ready to come home for good!

Josuave
01-11-12, 02:20 AM
Inspection Technician in Nuclear Energy here in Toronto.
@ Chirochris my wife has a Rover too, but I like hers

BEarle
01-11-12, 08:18 PM
Real estate investor/landlord

c1crx
01-11-12, 08:22 PM
Traffic signal/roadway lighting/fiber optic tech.

ThirdCoast
01-12-12, 03:49 AM
Qc/Qa Mgr Sand & Gravel Central Texas.
I'm a Miner....

Esc07
01-15-12, 09:52 PM
Nurse

dranksum
01-16-12, 07:40 AM
oh im also a landlord

StevieT
01-17-12, 01:57 PM
Qc/Qa Mgr Sand & Gravel Central Texas.
I'm a Miner....

Drill holes

FredS
01-17-12, 08:07 PM
I work for a land surveying firm. Just upgraded from a VW Jetta!

steffy628
01-18-12, 10:27 PM
Director of Nursing (Registered Nurse)

mark v.
02-06-12, 01:13 AM
Tractor trailer driver/owner operator

paidge7
02-06-12, 01:47 AM
real estate developper, buy, develop, buil and sell condominium, houses and multiresidential properties in montreal area.

PeteKT
02-06-12, 11:41 AM
I am the General Manager of a Cellular Repair company and this is my Company Truck actually :)

Well it might help that i own the company i got the truck for myself as a company Vehichle :) its great for Carrying boxes and supplies for the shop :)

love my EXT :)

JHC828
02-07-12, 11:22 PM
The wife and I are both in the health care industry.

Al1969
02-08-12, 12:30 AM
Hi,
I'm a retired service member and currently work at a high school. I just got my 2012 EXT after selling
My 2004 Escalade AWD.

ZR1-638HP
02-27-12, 10:21 AM
Business Owner - Make Windows and Doors.

ESCALADE132
02-27-12, 11:09 AM
Retired Law Enforcement injured in the line of duty

imachap
02-28-12, 01:01 AM
US Army Chaplain by way of Army Aviation aviator. Never got rid of the need for big vehicles with big power.

Escapade
02-28-12, 12:20 PM
they have a Army up there? Just kidding with you, I just never heard of them. :)

hehehe.....lol

bruin300
02-29-12, 02:07 PM
I work in Construction. I am a Member of Laborers Local 300 Los Angeles, Ca.

BlownEscalade
03-05-12, 02:06 AM
I'm an Elevator Constructor Local 122 Edmonton Alberta

surfsalot
03-30-12, 05:06 PM
Regional IT Manager covering the Midwest.

tomespo
04-02-12, 11:24 AM
In-flight missile repair. I bought this truck with my (large) sign-on bonus!

Davie Dynamite
04-02-12, 11:34 AM
I'm a music producer :)

johnpg
04-02-12, 08:27 PM
Customer Service at Lowes!! :yup:

UAV Pilot
04-17-12, 11:01 PM
See login name + LE pension + married up Hehe :yup:

PB Escalade
04-18-12, 03:39 AM
General building contractor. CA.

robs07esv
04-18-12, 08:09 AM
Retail Management. It pays pretty good but the people can sometimes be horrible to deal with. I used to work for VW/Audi as a warranty auditor and my partner works for GM!! Working on the 2014 Escalade!!! It's going to be nice guys, very nice!!

Blackcady07
04-18-12, 11:02 AM
I own a auto sound store in new york

dpo77380
04-24-12, 04:50 AM
Im a ship's officer on a drillship in the Gulf of Mexico.

txtruckin
04-24-12, 11:27 PM
I am an executive at a trucking company here in Texas. Drive a Ford F250 truck now, but my business partner has a 2011 esv. I drive her car regularly, so I`ve been looking at possibly getting a 2007 or 2008 ESV awd.

Cadillac Cust Svc
04-25-12, 09:28 AM
I am an executive at a trucking company here in Texas. Drive a Ford F250 truck now, but my business partner has a 2011 esv. I drive her car regularly, so I`ve been looking at possibly getting a 2007 or 2008 ESV awd.

As you're doing your research, if you have any questions about the ESV we'd be happy to answer as best as we can!
Happy hunting,
Sarah (Assisting Katie)
Cadillac Customer Service

bigtone1013
04-26-12, 01:35 PM
Corrections Officer

berk4422
04-29-12, 02:24 AM
Supply Chain Executive, (manufacturing, ocean carrier, railroad, warehouse, trucking company). Been at it for over 20 years, LOVE IT!!! :)

dkozloski
04-29-12, 02:56 AM
I'm retired and sit around on my ass.

berk4422
04-29-12, 10:51 AM
I'm retired and sit around on my ass.

I'm not sure if I would love it or hate it??? Hmmmm.....

GregDonna
04-30-12, 12:45 AM
I'm retired and sit around on my ass.

I don't know if I like it or not but I'm retired also been that way for a little over ten years now. You would think that retirement was all fun and games but the only good thing I can come up with wakening up when I want.

Seanjohngap
04-30-12, 12:49 AM
EMT in LA CO

dkozloski
04-30-12, 02:52 AM
I don't know if I like it or not but I'm retired also been that way for a little over ten years now. You would think that retirement was all fun and games but the only good thing I can come up with wakening up when I want. My wife and I are guardians for a special needs boy so he pretty much calls all the shots.

BEarle
04-30-12, 11:37 PM
My wife and I are guardians for a special needs boy so he pretty much calls all the shots.

Haha I know how that is! I'm guardian of my brother who has special needs also

kazza93203
05-07-12, 10:51 PM
I work and fix Mercedes Benz, figures why i bought a Cadillac lol

BEarle
05-08-12, 01:54 PM
I work and fix Mercedes Benz, figures why i bought a Cadillac lol

So true! That's why I went from Mercedes to Cadillac 2 years ago! So far so good......

kazza93203
05-10-12, 02:21 AM
But then again, a properly maintained vehicle will last lifetimes! Some people buy Mercedes at 100 grand and expect nvr to maintain them! All in all both great brands lol

bigtone1013
06-06-12, 06:31 PM
NOTHING, just old and retired

What did you use to do?

hcvone
06-06-12, 08:12 PM
What did you use to do?

Goes like this, ran our family business (can tooling) we did things like invent the pull tab that stays on beer, soda can when you open it, just about every can made today uses it, when I took over we had 140 employees, 10 years later we employed over 800 people, sold the business to our largest customer Crown Cork & Seal, worked for them for a few years and retired, got bored and was playing golf one day and the phone rang, it was a Swiss Company that my grandfather worked with a million years ago, I went over to Switzerland to basically see the country, and next thing I knew I was running a Swiss Machine manufacturing company and got to call on car companies like Ferrari and Porsche, and got to go to every F1 race for 3 years, part of my job, and SWITZERLAND IS THE NICEST PLACE ON EARTH TO LIVE, and probably the most expensive. Since coming back to the US I do nothing now but sell some wax for my long time friend Sal Zaino, and snowmobile. I don't miss the 80-100 hour work weeks I did for almost 20 years, but the last 15 years...., when you hear it said "it doesn't get any better than this" my friends just point to me, yea it's been a GREAT RIDE, jetting around the world and hanging out in places like Monaco for weeks at a time, a long time ago when it was fun to travel. :)

evois
06-06-12, 09:34 PM
Goes like this, ran our family business (can tooling) we did things like invent the pull tab that stays on beer, soda can when you open it, just about every can made today uses it, when I took over we had 140 employees, 10 years later we employed over 800 people, sold the business to our largest customer Crown Cork & Seal, worked for them for a few years and retired, got bored and was playing golf one day and the phone rang, it was a Swiss Company that my grandfather worked with a million years ago, I went over to Switzerland to basically see the country, and next thing I knew I was running a Swiss Machine manufacturing company and got to call on car companies like Ferrari and Porsche, and got to go to every F1 race for 3 years, part of my job, and SWITZERLAND IS THE NICEST PLACE ON EARTH TO LIVE, and probably the most expensive. Since coming back to the US I do nothing now but sell some wax for my long time friend Sal Zaino, and snowmobile. I don't miss the 80-100 hour work weeks I did for almost 20 years, but the last 15 years...., when you hear it said "it doesn't get any better than this" my friends just point to me, yea it's been a GREAT RIDE, jetting around the world and hanging out in places like Monaco for weeks at a time, a long time ago when it was fun to travel. :)

I would love to be on your shoes:). But I have fun helping people and saving lives as a doc! Wish I could afford a Ferrari! Got to drive a 612 scaglietti and I'm hooked![COLOR="Silver"]

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baleman
06-07-12, 07:50 AM
FT Husband and Father of 5 / FT SQA / PT inventor / PT investor / PT Cadillac Forum addict

isellpower
06-09-12, 01:15 PM
Utility Integrator. When one electric utility buys another I integrate the one being purchased for the purchaser. I'm not the guy who decides who gets laid off, I deal with the state utility commissions, industry groups, local, state, and federal government entities. I deal primarily with interconnected reliability and integrated utility operations on a very large scale. I'm on my last job right now. The two companies are so big I'll be working on this for the next 20 years to be sure that all agreements with government and industry are met.

zogg
06-10-12, 10:25 AM
I'm curious because some of you own multiple BEAUTIFUL escalades, I have an 07, its my pride and joy but can only afford one :) I worked hard to get it and modify it. I'm a union ironworker local 433 out of Los Angeles.

I am a retired college teacher, still teach part-time. My dad was an iron worker in Buffalo, NY. He always drove Cadillacs, and risked his life every day to drive one!!

Soldier_Escalade
06-11-12, 02:10 PM
[QUOTE=MATCHN_TOYZ;2811512]Oh nothing big....... just a lil this :brutal: and a lil that...... :gun2:


:usflag: :pow-mia:


me too....

Quick01GT
07-22-12, 11:08 PM
I am a retired college teacher, still teach part-time. My dad was an iron worker in Buffalo, NY. He always drove Cadillacs, and risked his life every day to drive one!!

I hear ya, everyday is a tough day, broke my hand since starting this thread but I would not do ANYTHING else!!! If I die at least I had a chance to experience the finer things in life :)

Recovery21
07-22-12, 11:17 PM
I am a Union Electrician. Local 41 IBEW out of Buffalo NY. Very interesting thread here! Cool to see all of the different occupations. But I must say, I have never saw anyone roll up to a jobsite in an Escalade. ;)

Recovery21
07-22-12, 11:20 PM
I am a retired college teacher, still teach part-time. My dad was an iron worker in Buffalo, NY. He always drove Cadillacs, and risked his life every day to drive one!!Good for your dad!!! I watched those guys work, they are INSANE! I am also in Buffalo and I could NEVER imagine setting steel and running on those beams the way they do. What did you/ still teach?

humberto
07-23-12, 10:55 PM
Personal injury lawyer from Toronto Canada.

Royalton
07-24-12, 01:57 AM
Hedge Fund Manager, from Miami Beach, FL...... I get excited for the 3 days a year I get to use my heated seats ;)

lee88
07-24-12, 02:09 AM
I run a small nursing agency :)
My wife drives an 08 cts and I have an 08 escalade. They have both been great vehicles so far!

Rugster
07-24-12, 11:58 AM
Logistics Management for retail stores

bagbklyn
07-24-12, 11:14 PM
Administrator for an Orthopedic practice

DanMan3395
07-25-12, 01:12 AM
wow, I am a 3rd tier Server engineer for a huge Health Insurance company. I seriously cannot afford an escalade, not by a long shot so I have to buy them like 3-4 years old... How on earth are you guys that have jobs affording these things? I know union craftsmen and the like make good livings but an 80k truck? WOW!

MrHolland
07-25-12, 03:21 AM
Set a goal, save your money and make your dreams come true. If it was easy, everyone would be riding around in Cadillacs.

AWallerJr
07-28-12, 08:48 AM
Set a goal, save your money and make your dreams come true. If it was easy, everyone would be riding around in Cadillacs.

So true MrHolland! So true

lee88
07-28-12, 09:57 AM
Couldn't agree with mrholland more. It's not about what you do or how much you make, it's about how you spend it. I've also learned that positive thinking will take you very far!

Poncherello
07-29-12, 05:52 PM
I don't do anything....it's really quite nice knowing that as long as I wake up breathing it's going to be a great day.

Dunes Caddy
07-29-12, 08:07 PM
Digital email marketing manager at Etihad Airways , though i've studied Electronics engineering :) but digital stuff is my thing

Kwit
08-21-12, 01:08 AM
ERP systems developer and architect...aka computers for a large company that everybody on here has heard of.

odiesel
08-21-12, 02:22 AM
Policeman

anhandrew
08-21-12, 11:29 AM
Couldn't agree with mrholland more. It's not about what you do or how much you make, it's about how you spend it. I've also learned that positive thinking will take you very far!

I made this comment to a friend just last night. He asked me the same question "How do you do it?" It takes time and set that goal. I told him never in my wildest dream 4 years ago I thought of buying a 200k+ house and drive a escalade and cts. It's all about want and drive!

Oh yeah I work in the oil field business as a business forecaster.

08EXTWhiteDiamond
08-21-12, 05:25 PM
Electronics Engineer from Noblesville Indiana, I work with vehicle crash sensors. My wife purchased the EXT for me on my 50th birthday.
This is an awesome vehicle and it still puts a smile on my face everytime I drive it!!!

anhandrew
08-21-12, 06:21 PM
My job is like chasing a dream that is never gonna happen(forecasting). I am just happy when I get home at least I know what I have is real.

MrHolland
08-21-12, 06:41 PM
Let us know when you're forecasting a full tank of gas for $50!!

anhandrew
08-21-12, 11:55 PM
Let us know when you're forecasting a full tank of gas for $50!!

That is gonna be a long time from now....

With the way things are going and opec reducing/increase production and the US is drilling again. I think is it gonna stay steady for a while. The overall price of oil has been trending flat for the last 12 months.

IgotGAME
08-22-12, 08:46 PM
Tech Analyst/IT at one of the big banks.

Database analyst, programmer, mainframe work...little bit of everything.

Kwit
08-23-12, 07:07 PM
Electronics Engineer from Noblesville Indiana, I work with vehicle crash sensors. My wife purchased the EXT for me on my 50th birthday.
This is an awesome vehicle and it still puts a smile on my face everytime I drive it!!!

Weird...I lived in Noblesville for 20 years and my parents are still there...they live right near North Harbor. Small world.

felixgun
08-26-12, 02:53 AM
That is gonna be a long time from now....

With the way things are going and opec reducing/increase production and the US is drilling again. I think is it gonna stay steady for a while. The overall price of oil has been trending flat for the last 12 months.

^^^This is true. I'm actually on a land rig right now drilling lol. I work for an Oil & Energy company and work in drilling & evaluations division. Shit's booming right now especially in North Dakota.

richardarroyo
08-27-12, 11:51 PM
Network marketer - chicago il

bstiffmanofsteel
08-28-12, 12:42 AM
Distribution Manager whom does music & music videos as a back up...
http://youtu.be/Vr0E_LrJCtk

chprplt
02-01-13, 01:04 PM
Helicopter Pilot

wesyder
02-01-13, 01:49 PM
Well, I am a drug supplier. I have over 200 dealers in my circle working for me. We deal in mostly cocain but do supply other items if needed. Main port is is south flordia. We made over 300K last year profit after all personel were paid. Tried dealing in arms and that was just to much trouble. I am telling you....selling guns now days is hard with home land security. Picked the Escalade because it was a low profile truck and goes un noticed by most law inforcement officers. We do not use our selfs so the profits are bigger and provide more income for our feelers.

No just kidding. I am a Fleet Manager for a Large School district and can barely afford the truck. Got it for the wife and she loves it. Only owe 18K more and it is ours. But we do look like dealers when we ride up in it.... :)

Lmao

FlipEXT
02-01-13, 09:48 PM
Drugs and guns..A R anyone???

west-coast-escalade
02-02-13, 10:50 AM
Delivery Gas and diesel fuel with a big truck (Swedish Scania)from Texaco company in Norway.
And the Gas price in Norway is $2,63 for one liters:(
2013 escalade esv cost $400 000 in Norway :annoyed:
Only Cars with small engine is low priced....

hollingass
02-02-13, 05:06 PM
Work 3200 feet underground, supervise a production crew, member of the mine rescue team

mycross3
02-02-13, 08:30 PM
MRI technologist

dkozloski
02-02-13, 08:36 PM
Retired, nothing,

36dbldz
02-03-13, 09:26 AM
Work for a pharmaceutical company

sdgc
02-03-13, 02:59 PM
Work in the Oil and Gas sector.... raise a kid, a dog and a wife.... yes... all 3.

SameOld
02-03-13, 03:07 PM
Mecp Tech, have a son, fiancÚ an three Pitbulls for puppies.

andre_outlaw
02-07-13, 12:47 PM
Work 3200 feet underground, supervise a production crew, member of the mine rescue team


lol...3200 feet, must be cold up there!!!!

when you want to put your big boy pants on and want see what a real mine look like, come see me at 6800!!!

blackex
02-09-13, 11:57 AM
Graduated from college 2 years ago and started out in health care since my degree is in administration. I'm going back for my MBA now and took up a new job working for a company that handles and manages union funds for locals all over the US. Been an educational experience so far since I never new this world even existed or how extensive it was. We keep growing every couple months and the people are great, even our clients who are all kinds of union members.. carpenters, metal workers, plumbers, marble and terrazzo..etc... now they need to just open a branch out of Florida so I can get to better weather!

I also do side business work building websites for medical groups and surgery centers..etc.

Escalade was my first big vehicle purchase since I couldn't turn down the price and my previous vehicle that I took a loan out for got rear ended and totaled by a 16 year old. It was a 2006 Chrysler 300C AWD Loaded, Borla Exhaust, 20" Chrysler rims, Navigation, 5.7L Hemi... thankfully my insurance company totalled it and I was able to pay my loan off in full and get some money back ontop to put down on the escalade.

hollingass
02-09-13, 12:50 PM
lol...3200 feet, must be cold up there!!!!

when you want to put your big boy pants on and want see what a real mine look like, come see me at 6800!!!

Chreighton? I was at copper cliff north 175 a few years back. 3200 not that deep I guess, but its big, 30km X 20km. 25 to 30 degrees Celsius.