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[Powderworks] Workers Jobs - definitely NMOC

Anna Offler aoffler at iprimus.com.au
Sun Nov 2 05:48:23 MST 2003

Me too Jeff . I got a Ladies Of the Road live CD from the Crimson club site.
Some nice older stuff. Formentera ladies. Cirkus. 21st Century Schizoid Man.
Boy was that song prophetic in some ways. After 9/11 we really are at
Paranoia's poison door with the behaviour of some of our Oz and US leaders.
or is that their way of keeping power?
Lew and Anna
PS - My job is a computer data analyst/programmer formerly banker. Anna is
part time craft maker formerely a teacher.
<Jeff wrote
   < And . . . I've been listening to a lot of King Crimson-related stuff

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Truganini
    To: Powderworks
    Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 5:42 PM
    Subject: [Powderworks] Workers Jobs

    Hi Workers,

    All these Astrophysicist mails got me to thinking about the different
    we are holding down and also the jobs we aspire to . . . .

    I am currently working for a large faceless investment bank (and not
    enjoying it very much) meddling with computers.  Its quite a big change
    the plumbing I was doing for 12 years.

    If I could have any job in the world I would be a race car driver, not
    the glamour or the girls but because it is such fun mixing it up at high
    speed on the track and I would love to give high speed rides to disabled
    less fortunate children, it would be such a buzz to see their infectious
    grins afterwards (hopefully they wouldn't be traumatised by it!).

    I have also filleted fish for a living, worked in restaurant kitchens,
    a service manager, cleaned up rubbish on building sites, made tubular
    furniture, done a couple of stints in retail and am currently
    working for a company that make some very opulent and fast speedboats.

    Any one else feel like 'fessing up?


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