I have been known to trim a hair or two in my day. I started by shaving the heads of all my sisters’ barbies and then I went to cutting my own hair. It wasn’t long before I had cut and dyed my friend’s hair. Soon after came the color of my hair and the color of my wife’s (then girlfriend) hair as well as her brother’s hair.
So the other day I was sitting outside on my lounge chair thinking about food, it was then I remembered that I was doing a new diet and could not have cookies. This realization made me sad but my thoughts carried me to wondering if I could have a cigar and then to a cigar and coffee. I also remembered that I cannot have coffee after a certain time of the day or I would not sleep and this was the certain ti
I currently am working a temporary part-time job where I take photographs of street intersections and street signs for insurance claims. It is definitely adventurous work and each day that I do this job usually includes an interesting event or story to tell by days end. With that being said I thought I would compile a list of my top 5 annoyances from shooting photos on the streets of Tennessee in hopes that this article will sort of be a “heads up” for you on what you can expect so that you are fully prepared.
So. Lately I have been taking photographs of intersections and street signs. I used to have a job where I took photos of houses for a company that sold them to real estate companies for appraisals and sales. Also, during college I was a meter reader and was always roaming the streets and in people’s backyards. Yeah, I know about the hood… the neighborhood.
So you think you know me? Well… do you know that I used to work at a couple of factories back when I was younger? (17-20) I bet you also didn’t know that I was well versed in handling tools (notice I said tools not tool). I started out working 40 hours a week back…
I need a truck. If you don’t already know, I am handy and I am always knee deep in a project. So, if I had a truck I would be very efficient and get my project done faster.
Perhaps it is necessary to ask a few preliminary questions, since after all we‚Äôre talking of bullies and what we‚Äôll do to them. I‚Äôm not one to be rash you see. I prefer to be cold and calculating, shocking the workplace bully to speechless disbelief and stammering immobility.