Walt O'Reagun
Walt O'Reagun answered Joseph James' question

... What Tiger Two said.

Also, dating does not mean you are going to marry that person.  To the contrary, the majority of people who date do NOT get married.

The purpose of dating is to figure out what type of person you do wish to marry.  So it is rational and reasonable to date lots of … Read more

Ray  Dart
Ray Dart answered Yin and Yang's question

My father trained initially to work in the men's outfitting business.

Then Adolf Hitler intervened.

He spent the next 7 years in the army, fighting in North Africa and then up through Italy, finally staying on in Italy as part of the Army of occupation after the war.

Coming home, he was sacked from the job … Read more

Gator Blu
Gator Blu answered Yin and Yang's question

No. My dad had many jobs. Mechanic, truck driver (both for a company and as an independent) and had several small businesses. He is ADHD so you can imagine the job changes. I did briefly try to work sales for a company my dad worked for but that didn't work out. Other than that I … Read more

Janis Haskell
Janis Haskell answered Yin and Yang's question

Sort of.  My mom was one of the first female officers at Bank of America.  I always knew I'd be in some kind of business administration.  My late brother followed our grandpa who was once Chief of Police in Indio, then a railroad detective.  My brother was a Los Angeles Police sargent.

Walter The Grump
Walter The Grump answered Yin and Yang's question

I followed my dad's footsteps. Somewhat. He retired from the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He started off as a correctional officer and was given a position in the commissary and receiving depot--inmate grocery/hygeine store and the receiving warehouse.

I went to work at a state prison as a correctional officer. After 10 years I had all … Read more

Mountain  Man
Mountain Man answered Yin and Yang's question

No. My father worked at a steel mill that made wheels for trains. When I worked part time after school I worked at a factory that made hickory handles for axes, sledge hammers and splitting mauls. When I graduated high school,  I got a full time job with a construction company and have been in … Read more

Ancient Hippy
Ancient Hippy answered Yin and Yang's question

Nope. My dad was a chicken farmer, sold his land, went to college and then wore a 3 piece suit for the rest of his working life. My mom never worked outside of the house. She was a happy go lucky stay at home mom.

I went to college and never worked in my field. I … Read more

Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered Yin and Yang's question

My dad worked in the oil fields in New Mexico and Texas - at one point in his career, he worked for Texaco and then switched over to work for independent oil companies. My mom worked in an office so I guess I followed in her footsteps.

Did you see my new avatar, Yin?