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Working at Gibson could be really fun, but I've decided that it may be time for a career change for me. I saw a department store ad for an event that interested me. I may go back to school to be a "CERTIFIED BRA FITTER" and become the top in my new field. :rolleyes: What do ya'll think? Would this be a good or bad move as I'm getting closer to retirement age? If only I could get "THE OPRAH" to endorse me I'd be running in the top circles for sure.

 

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maybe, i could raise the TITANIC from the ocean with a loud marshall under the sea!

 

Haha. That would make Jimi proud, I bet. You could play Purple Haze, or that song he covered Catfish Blues. [thumbup]

 

As for working for Gibson, that was one of my dreams when I was 12 or 13. Now that I'm an adult I don't think I'd want to. I'd be too afraid that it would ruin guitars for me. In high school and college, I worked for a pizza place, a burger place, sold video games at a toy store. I wound up hating all that stuff after I had to work with it. Now, if they paid me in 61 Reissue SG's.... hmmm...maybe I'd change my mind!

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I think that working on a guitar plant would be probably a shitty work. You inhale all the sheet that is used to paint the surfaces of the wood and that is carcinogen, inhale the wood scrap, working for a nominal wage on guitars that reach fat lazy asses are gonna play. Good Job.

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