I like the night life, the bands and all. I get up when the sun goes down and go to bed when it comes up. You might say I'm a vampire "Draw the curtains, curse the glare", you know how it goes.
I never thought I'd make this a profession but, hey, it pays the mortgage and I'm not really working. I just moveed my way up the food-chain and now I just do the rounds. Got a steady job.
Lot of people I know aren't making it. At least I stayed in the same fucking line long enough to get lawyers and bondmen on retainers.
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We handmake cigar box instruments. Right now we have soprano, concert, tenor and baritone ukuleles, and a 5 string banjo...the 4 string banjo and a 6 string guitar are in the prototype stage and we hope to have them released in January.
Papa's has both completed units, and kits so that you can experience building your own instrument. These also make excellent unique XMas gifts...
We are also running a banjo video contest too...with the chance to win one of our 5 string banjos, which is valued at $400....see below for details....
If you order, make a note that you saw us on the Dead.net...Thanks for checking us out and we hope to hear from you soon...
Amy & Bill
No, really I am a Bookseller and Bookstore Manager for one of those Big Box stores. I love it most days because it's like a dream job, but working for a big company like that has its drawbacks.
I also do some blogging and sell used books on the side. We hope to relaunch our site in January - www.chinacatbooks.com
Share your Grateful Dead Tattoo or just poke around
I inspect parts that are used to manufacture lighting equipment, optoelectronics
needs fairly serious librarian chops, which is a good thing really...
Is this the best job in the world?????
After several years of touring I found myself bumming around the country and decided it was time to get a real job. i ended up cooking in restaurants for many moons and finally realized that tho i loved cooking I did not like the long hours for little pay. After working in the kitchen at a country club and seeing all the stock brokers driving fancy cars and playing golf all day i figured that would be a better gig. I got my crap together, got some govt loans and went back to school. I ended up with a finance degree and a job with a wall st firm. I basically book the trades that the brokers are making and make sure everything flows smoothly...not the high paying job everyone thinks of when they think "wall st". Not that it's a bad job, it's just not going to afford me the early retirement i was hoping for ;)
I work in Technology .... by passion a software developer which, when done right, in a creative art form --- just put the headphones on with some good music and get lost in the magic world of creating some inventive and well crafted code. On a good day writing code, you can get lost in the creation and the time flies by -- like performing the perfect jam!
Somewhere along my career, I took a detour and moved through the management ranks. Currently in senior IT management for a global company and spend a ton of mindless hour sititng in meetings talking about pointless topics, putting together ridiculous operating models, and swearing that I'm done dealing witht the politics. Have gotten to see some terrific places (London, Amsterdam, Paris, Edinburgh, NY, Boston, Toronto), but ready to move on and get back to the real passion -- software dev!
I'm a freelance writer, translator and editor, native New Yorker, living in a village in the French Alps. I've been in France for 25 years; which means I didn't see the Dead in the last decade or so. (My last show was probably 81, in fact.) Turning 50 this month; got on the bus in 1976.