GeekHawk wrote:Hey thanks! I think it helped that I've been an electronics tech for 30 years, but that sure was a lot of math to learn... Turns out the toughest part is getting a job, apparently. Still waiting to hear anything. If this keeps up, I'll be forced to go through a temp agency.
KitsapGuy wrote:Not a very good pic, but it's me with my NET cap.
RockHawk wrote:Here's my clan. Mind you my wife is a life-long Dolphins fan (for those that hang at temple pre-game, they know because they see her wearing her dolphins gear to the hawk games, God help me) so getting her in a Seahawk jersey was quite a coup!
HawkFan72 wrote:Me and the Mrs...
ssbond008 wrote:RockHawk wrote:Here's my clan. Mind you my wife is a life-long Dolphins fan (for those that hang at temple pre-game, they know because they see her wearing her dolphins gear to the hawk games, God help me) so getting her in a Seahawk jersey was quite a coup!
Maybe you should post a picture for us in her Dolphins jersey as well?
djTOY2000 wrote:figured i would post a few new pics of myself and sandra...
these are just the "rough" copies for what we are gonna be using on our "save the date" wedding invites... needless to say, it's us - 6 years and counting (minus a 6 month uhh... "realization")
KINGGRUMPY wrote: Man, what is SHE thinking!?!? Haha, just kidding. Congrats. Get the save the date magnets, that's what we did. That way nobody has an excuse to not show up since they will see ur guys mugs everytime they go to the fridge! Plus, people seemed to like them.
SacHawk2.0 wrote:I can't believe I missed this thread the whole time I was here!
Vetamur wrote:My work only sounds cool. Its very INTERESTING to me..because I really feel like Im being paid for a hobby. The reality of it is I spend a hours and hours and hours going blind reading stuff that is either directly related to my next project, or stuff that I casually consult on..or stuff I think is neat and justify by saying some day I may have a chance to use whatever Im studying. Then, every 6 to 8 weeks or so I go to some place that university archeologists or anthropologists wont or cant go because they have more common sense or survival instincts than I do..and then I get to do the cool stuff for a short time..then I go home.. and spend some time in the lab with some things, and debrief sponsors of my work.. and then decide on the next project. Im lucky in that I have more projects on offer than I can do, so I can choose what is most interesting for me. Theres not much else to tell.. I rarely get to get deep into projects..proper archeology projects can sometimes take decades on a good site..I am lucky if I get 2 weeks because Im often at sites that are threatened by looting, by war, or things like religious fundamentalism (as an example, Islamic influenced governments in areas like Somalia feel its their duty to erase pre-Islam history..). So I do quick and dirty excavations, removing only the most important artifacts. As an aside before people explode on the cultural imperialism of taking other countries artifacts, the artifacts are returned once their home country is able to protect them again. For example, the above two mummies are now safely back in Peru.
Vetamur wrote:to paraphrase Largent80... "40 and still rockin! and boning! and digging! and sifting!"