Grateful Dead

389 replies [Last post]


Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.
datsun280zx's picture
Joined: Jan 5 2009

Im a Junior Unix (free bsd, Linux, Irix) sys admin for a webhosting company.

Joined: Jan 24 2009
Deadhead in Libraryland

I work in the library of Princeton University repairing books in the Preservation Office. Not too many fellow Deadheads here, but there are a few....Any Deadhead librarians or other Deadheads in Libraryland should check out Terry Ballard's page and Dead Librarians blog at: !!!

Rather than love, than money, than fame, give me truth. ~Henry David Thoreau

lamagonzo (not verified)
I got a Job!

I got a job trading hits for pieces.
We made wrinkles, advertized them as creases
Not subject to recession!

"The pay was pathetic.
It's a shame those boys couldn't be more copascetic!"

gitarjenny's picture
Joined: Feb 1 2009

gitarjenny- So just want to say........I am here for anyone who is being abused, neglected, or just needs a friend. I am out of my hell.....and looking up,up, and away!!!! If you are going through domestic "imprisonment" and/or abuse......WE SHOULD ALL SPEAK UP!!!!!! LIFE IS TO SHORT.....We can help eachother pick up the pieces.....because they are well worth picking back up-PEACE,HEARTS, and BANDAIDS-gitarjenny

mutant's picture
Joined: Nov 28 2007
A Deadhead from way back

A Deadhead from way back when who is still trying to make a difference. I am a scientist doing environmental toxicology studies, and I run a foundation that is looking to support solar energy research. A shrine to the Dead is in my office, inclusive of a stuffedv Jerry doll. It centers me and helps me think thorough the complexities of what I do. I have had about 150 students work with me im my laboratory over the years, and they all know my passion for music and life. Best products of my life are those students and the careers they will follow.

As always, Mutant

rich65vwbus's picture
Joined: May 15 2008
Modern Day Warf Ratt

rich65vwbus... Well After years of parting, on tour, various jobs not amounting to much. I Sobered up got on the water wagon and cleaned up my act. Which was for the best I was the one in the lot who could never get enough (very addictive personality). Im now in Logistics for a major pharmacudical company go figure that out ? They even gave me a Key...! what were they thinking. Lol just kidding It's funning how growing older changes your priorites. I might not get tore up anymore but I didn't go deaf , I still love the Dead . Springtime , Roadtrip to a Deadshow in a Microbus....Priceless Just a little history about this Deadhead, Peace & Love,

Joined: Jan 11 2009
Never Thought...Lets LinkUp (DeadHeads with Ties)

Never thought I would:

Post an ISO about a non-Dead Job at
See The Dead in 2009
Have White Hairs in my Beard
Be Up past 12 PM again

Mr Charlie told me so...

ouroboros007's picture
Joined: Jun 5 2007
Environmental Regulatory Scientist

Hey now I spent 20 years inspecting, regulating, building, remediating and trying to make a buck with landfills. i'VE composted sludge, run a recycling collection and processing center and a household hazardous waste facility. Trash was my life! Lately - the last five, I've been serious about the Gore kool-aid on the front line of regulatory policy development in the climate change war. What's your footprint?

Joined: Nov 21 2008
If you're asking me, any of

If you're asking me, any of the majors are good companies. Up until a few years ago, my experience was with US based drillers but I went to work for a Canadian producer a few years ago and it's the best company I ever worked for in terms of being a responsible operator and having a great employee focus. Most of the large companies have the technical expertise and resources and are engaged in varying alternative energy sources or improving fossil fuel efficiencies. They have the budgets for these programs that the smaller operators simply don't have. Lots of opportunity in compliance related fields. The technology today is constantly evolving. I work with a lot of the "kids", mentoring them and it's been great fun. Lots of interaction with EPA, BLM, science related fields and the pay and bennies are great. There isn't nearly the level of crap to clean up that was around when I started my career and my experience the last 20 years has been that responsible operators are constantly challenged to reduce our footprint and get more out of less. We have to and we don't mind doing it. I'd recommend he scout some of the Canadian companies out.

Gr8fulTed's picture
Joined: Jul 9 2007
civil engineer

My son's about to graduate w a degree in civil engineering: He'd really like to be involved with a 'green' company: what do you suggest? I'm about to retire from my job, so I want to make sure AJ has a good one lined-up ( so he can support my expensive habits).


Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.
My Gainful Employment