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Thursday, January 5, 2006 6:30 PM

GELASSENHEIT


Lurking around this board I discovered that there were several librarian Browncoats out there, besides myself. Got me wondering as to what other Browncoats did for a living? Were they students, stay at home moms, accountants, actors or computer techs?

So, what do you do to earn your keep on the 'Earth that was'?

Gelassenheit means Serenity

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 6:38 PM

JUBELLATE


Mechanical Engineer

Sci-fi fan raised, geek by birth

The urge to save humanity is almost always a false front for the urge to rule. – H.L. Mencken

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 6:49 PM

NDRAGE85


i am a 20-year-old student. i'm about to start the second half of my 3rd year (6th semester) of college. I am an advertising major and an art minor. i still have 4 more semesters after this upcoming one.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 6:51 PM

MEIMEIMEG


clean up vomit at 3 a.m., learn each and every one of the wiggles' dance routines by heart, and make enough bowls of macaroni and cheese to clog the arteries of an entire nation.

In other words, a stay-at-home mom, and lovin' it. (well, except that vomit part. But he's better now.)

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 7:02 PM

RIVERGODDESS


Aw, kids are so cute. I would know, having grown up in a daycare my mom runs through our house. I practically live with food stuck to my clothing when I help after school and practice! I'm a junior in high school, getting my act together for college. I'm involved it a lot of stuff, and crazy as it sounds want to take up a few more things (like dance). I golf and run distance track (the mile is the best event, period!) for my school, as well as volunteer for Key Club and Amnesty International. I'm also an Alto in our Concert Choir. I'm a brownbelt in karate (just got promoted to 2nd degree brown, which is 2 belts away from black)
I also like to draw and play with my two dogs.
Just your everyday student!

*~*~
Summer's response to Nathan getting his very own action figure:
"I tried to pull his head off."

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 7:08 PM

CHRONICTHEHEDGEHOG


Quote:

Originally posted by meimeimeg:
clean up vomit at 3 a.m., learn each and every one of the wiggles' dance routines by heart, and make enough bowls of macaroni and cheese to clog the arteries of an entire nation.

In other words, a stay-at-home mom, and lovin' it. (well, except that vomit part. But he's better now.)



I do all those things too! Only I'm a student... And the vomit's usually my own...

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 7:17 PM

EGS


Hey guys

I was a Library Page for 5 years from the age of 15 to basically 20, pretty much grew up there!

From there I went to University for Film Studies, and now I am in my final year for Television Production!

I swear..i ever get big in any networks in Canada, my first order of business is trying to bring back Firefly with some U.S. network!!

The dream continues lol!

Cheers

www.canadianbrowncoats.com
or
http://movies.groups.yahoo.com/group/canadianbrowncoats/

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 7:24 PM

AERIN


PhD grad student in bioinorganic chemistry. Almost done, looking for a postdoc.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 7:34 PM

GOTKAYLEE


Student. Philosophy major, PoliSci Minor. Getting nice and ready for law school next year. Very exciting stuff.

"They were little geisha dolls with big heads that wobbled!"

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 7:38 PM

SERENYTY


I'm a High School student. Freshman. I know, I know, I seem young... but... yeah.

~A message from Serenyty~

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 7:41 PM

FREELANCEPILOT


University of Texas Government major, psych minor.

I learned to read from D&D books, but remain otherwise well adjusted...
when i learned thaco wasn't a real word.

Wash: Yeah, but psychic? That sounds like science fiction.
Zoë: You live on a spaceship, dear.
Wash: So?

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 7:59 PM

SPACEHOPPER


Quote:

Originally posted by RiverGoddess:
Aw, kids are so cute. I would know, having grown up in a daycare my mom runs through our house. I practically live with food stuck to my clothing when I help after school and practice! I'm a junior in high school, getting my act together for college. I'm involved it a lot of stuff, and crazy as it sounds want to take up a few more things (like dance). I golf and run distance track (the mile is the best event, period!) for my school, as well as volunteer for Key Club and Amnesty International. I'm also an Alto in our Concert Choir. I'm a brownbelt in karate (just got promoted to 2nd degree brown, which is 2 belts away from black)
I also like to draw and play with my two dogs.
Just your everyday student!

*~*~
Summer's response to Nathan getting his very own action figure:
"I tried to pull his head off."





I think you might be an above-average student, RiverGoddess. You sound like the kind of student I wanted to be. I did do karate for a while but didn't get very far before quitting because I got a part-time job and couldn't bothered to find some place that does karate on a day I wasn't working. I will take it up again sometime though. (River inspired me!)

I am at Uni now doing a Master's degree in Civil Engineering and I am growing tired of education and can't wait to get out there and work (although I'll probably grow tired of that pretty quickly too coz I'm so lazy).

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 8:03 PM

SAMEERTIA


Wheee! We have librarians! I love librarians!

My education is all in Social Sciences, so of course, now I'm a bookseller. I'm the buyer and instore manager for LanguageQuest.Com. I've been in the independent side of the book industry for about seven (whoa) years now and LOVE it!

I really love that we have such a diverse group of fans from all age groups, educations and backgrounds. It's just too neat!



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Thursday, January 5, 2006 8:36 PM

FLIPDOG


Well, I'm glad that people in other walks of life know how to appreciate good cinema. And that we come from all walks of life.

I'm currently the assistant technical director at my campus theatre/conference center. Means I'm a slave. But I work freelance as a Grip/Electric on TV and Film sets. Just until I can go somewhere where I can get a permanent job or work as a day player as a grip.

Its ironic cause I have a degree in music. But I don't ever plan to make it as a writer, though I love doing it.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 8:53 PM

BLUEISHBROWNCOAT


20 yr old student still in college studying Sound for Film and filmmaking. With a future career planned in Hollywood *fingers crossed*, perhaps I'll get to meet/work with the man we all know and love. LOL We can all dream right?

-----------------------------------------
Hoplessly addicted but in that good sort of way. :)

"When the stars shine bright through the engine's trail and the dust of another world drops behind,
when my ship is free of the open sky, its a damn good day to my way of mind." - Michelle Dockrey

SCAD/Savannah,GA Browncoat

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 8:59 PM

FLIPDOG


Quote:

Originally posted by Blueishbrowncoat:
20 yr old student still in college studying Sound for Film and filmmaking. With a future career planned in Hollywood *fingers crossed*, perhaps I'll get to meet/work with the man we all know and love. LOL We can all dream right?

-----------------------------------------
Hoplessly addicted but in that good sort of way. :)

"When the stars shine bright through the engine's trail and the dust of another world drops behind,
when my ship is free of the open sky, its a damn good day to my way of mind." - Michelle Dockrey

SCAD/Savannah,GA Browncoat



All right...fellow film crew person. Who knows, maybe we'll meet down there in a few years working on another BDM. Keep it up!

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 9:02 PM

SHINYGEEKET


I'm a freshman in college and an animal biology major. I'm planning on going to vet school, because working with animals is the only thing I've ever really wanted to do (besides become a rockstar and be best friends with Joss ) Still living at home...'cuz dorm rooms are just too gorram small. My absolute and total laziness has prevented me from finding a job outside of school, though I plan on rectifying that...this summer...maybe.

"We will rule over all this land, and we will call it... 'This Land'."

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 9:31 PM

SHINYTALENT


Well this isn't as impressive as some of the other jobs that people on ff.net have but I'm a bar attendant. Luckily I'm interested in psychology or it would bother me so much more. I do have plans though.

The human body can be drained of blood in 8.6 seconds given adequate vacuuming systems.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 9:45 PM

RICKKER


I go postal.


Well I work at a Post Office.

NO TOUCHING GUNS!

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 10:06 PM

LEIGHKOHL


I'm a student and waitress. Remember to tip big!

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 10:47 PM

KIBBSTER


I believe it or not am a Quality Assurance tester.
Or Games tester in English

No really, it's not as great as it sounds.

But there are worse ways to earn a living



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Thursday, January 5, 2006 11:01 PM

ROLAND19


I'm a student/deli guy. Yeah, I know, about as far from the adventures of Mal and the gang as it gets. But I'm studying to be an English teacher! Oh, wait, that's not any cooler. Dammit.

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The hardest thing in this world is to live in it.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 11:19 PM

J6NGO1977


IT Helpdesk support. Im looking for a new job at the moment because I hate the company I work for. I can't stand gorram corporate politics and lip service. Trying to tell me how to think and speak. It's like working for the Alliance and I am Independant through and through :D

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Friday, January 6, 2006 12:21 AM

TEETHGRINDER


Librarian eh... Pretty neat!!!
Trnasportation Security Officer... That's me.
I think that's the most updated job title we have for now. The name changes every now and then. We tell you that your little pocket knives aren't allowed on the plane... blah blah blah.
I have to say though that it's the most interesting job I've ever had. As chaotic and as frustrating as it gets ... the good still outweighs the bad. Plus... You never know when one or all of the cast of SERENITY might go through one of our security checkpoints. What a day that will be. I just hope I don't end up making a fool of myself (smile)and even if I do... It'll be worth it.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 12:49 AM

XEROGRAVITY


When I'm not leading safaris up the Belgian Congo, flying rescue missions as a bush pilot, or driving Formula-1 race cars in Monaco, I'm usually a frycook/dishwasher at the local "Fatburgers".

XG




No such thing as gravity. The "Earth-that-was" just sucks.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:32 AM

THESOMNAMBULIST


Freelance cartoonist.

People call me up ask me to draw summit cartoonifyed and I draw it.... Well if I feel like it.

Sometimes it's a storyboard, sometimes a comic, sometimes a cd cover(which later lead to directing the music video), or sometimes it's to design a prop of some kind.

Never studied for it, but (in fact I was urged not to draw cartoons) just drew like mad as a kid and in particular cartoons and just kinda fell into it really.

Currently trying to pitch some of my own stuff to book publishers plus I'm working on a script with some friends to pitch to the BBC as a tv show.(pipe dream I know!)

Oh and before anyone says they could never do this because they're not talented enough, well neither am I. I just work really hard. Trust me none of it is talent! and none of it comes naturally.

The
Somnambulist

www.cirqus.com

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:33 AM

KAZZAHDRANE


19 year old student in my 2nd year of a Computer Games Technology degree.

That'll only really help me meet the BDH if they are in a big movie down the line that gets a licensed game and the company I'm working at make it :P

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:37 AM

KIBBSTER


What are you planing to do in the industry?

It's a great industry, under paid and crap hours with a lot of stress/ marriage/ family problems at crunch time but it can still be a lot of fun


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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:41 AM

ANNIE


Medical secretary for two brothers in private practice.
Lots and lots of work. LOL
Also, a grandmother.
And a scifi fan since Lost in Space started airing in 1967.

Sex and violence on the big screen, where it belongs.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:42 AM

KAZZAHDRANE


Well programming is where my degree will probably take me, but ultimately I'd like to move into design.

I don't envy your QA position though, hard work! How long you been doing it?

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:48 AM

KIBBSTER


About 9 years give or take
I am career QA like one other guy here who's in his 40s.
Most people use QA as a stepping stone to get into the industry, but some vets have to stay and make it a career, also lots of younglings to show the ropes to

We must be mad!

Luckily our company is the first I have been in that really respects QA and know's how important it is.
Most companies treat their cleaners with more respect than their QA departments

Good luck with the job when you go for it, any company in particular you want to aim for?

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:49 AM

MICK91


Games and Theory...aka Intelligence. I guess I would be an agent for the Alliance in the verse.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:51 AM

MISTERUNIVERSE


Quote:

Originally posted by Gelassenheit:
Lurking around this board I discovered that there were several librarian Browncoats out there, besides myself. Got me wondering as to what other Browncoats did for a living? Were they students, stay at home moms, accountants, actors or computer techs?

So, what do you do to earn your keep on the 'Earth that was'?

Gelassenheit means Serenity




Traveler, artist, disruptive entity for hire, satellite dish installer, professional shopper,
music collector, food critic, part time nudist,
and the last e-book enthusiest on the planet..eh?

Last real job was in 1986..modified the look of the coco puffs bird for General Mills. I have independent means of which I am not going to disclose. I live in my tour bus..is that independent enough?


Bless the signal.

IM : cantstopmister_universe
SIGNAL: http://www.live365.com/stations/mr_universe
email : misteruniverse@misteruniverse.net
LATEST RADIO INFO : http://www.misteruniverse.net

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:51 AM

DISKA


yay everyone loves a librarian!

im 21 and a librarian in manchester, studying for my library and information management MA which is lotsa work. before that i did a degree in film and media studies BA which i miss like crazy and want to go back to that world of academia sometime soon

"Dear diary: Today I was pompous and my sister was crazy. Today we were kidnapped by hill folk, never to be seen again. It was the best day ever."

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Friday, January 6, 2006 1:52 AM

KAZZAHDRANE


QA get a lot of respect from me, I can imagine what a horrible job that can be especially at crunch time.

Companies...well I'm in Scotland so nearby there's Rockstar, Real-Time Worlds, a few mobile phone games companies, and then down south there's Sony/Codemasters/Lionhead - quite a few big names as well as many smaller ones.

Ultimately though - emmigrate and work for Blizzard/Bioware/Valve or get a job at Revolution in York, they'd all be dreams come true really.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 2:05 AM

KIBBSTER


Quote:

Originally posted by Kazzahdrane:
QA get a lot of respect from me, I can imagine what a horrible job that can be especially at crunch time.

Companies...well I'm in Scotland so nearby there's Rockstar, Real-Time Worlds, a few mobile phone games companies, and then down south there's Sony/Codemasters/Lionhead - quite a few big names as well as many smaller ones.

Ultimately though - emmigrate and work for Blizzard/Bioware/Valve or get a job at Revolution in York, they'd all be dreams come true really.



Ah
I would love to work for Blizz, you a WoW fan as well then?
I considered going for a GM position with Blizz but it would mean moving to Paris.
I work in Bath for Pivotal at the moment but have also worked for Microprose and Acclaim.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 2:27 AM

FLYWITHMECAPTN


Wow. Very impressive posts. Nice to see all walks of life here.

Data Quality Manager by day, hair stylist at night.


Don't forget to call him "Sir." He likes that.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 2:29 AM

KAZZAHDRANE


Quit WoW a while back but a big Diablo fan, overall they just make high-quality games that people enjoy and that's what I'm interested in :)

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Friday, January 6, 2006 2:57 AM

REAVERINA1985RIVIERA


Quote:

Originally posted by Gelassenheit:

So, what do you do to earn your keep on the 'Earth that was'?



I work for an electronic waste recycling company, so's I can pay for my classes in Auto Repair. I'm earning my ASE certification.

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The real-life box droppin', man-ape gone wrong thing, now without the pesky falling boxes

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:10 AM

ANASAZI


I'm a courier for FedEx.

"You came in that thing? You're braver than I thought....."

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:11 AM

BWARE42


I'm a lawyer and Chief Compliance Officer for a bank. Busy, but I enjoy it.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:25 AM

HEB


I'm a second year undergrad studying cell biology, biochemistry and pathology and I work in a book shop part time.

I have absolutely no idea what I want to do after university, though.



...................
Well, my sister's a ship... we had a
complicated childhood
.................
I wear the cheese. It does not wear me.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:33 AM

CAUSAL


Quote:

Originally posted by Kazzahdrane:
19 year old student in my 2nd year of a Computer Games Technology degree.



They have a degree in that??


Anyhoo, I have a job driving the city bus. But that's to put food on the table while I work on my B.A. in Philosophy and my doctorate in theology. Oh, and I was in the military for 10 years.

________________________________________________________________________
I wish I had a magical wish-granting plank.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:41 AM

IMIN


Office manager of a local newspaper. In charge of everything day to day and help out with production on the day the paper needs to go out. (we are a weekly)



"It's better to burn out ... then to fade away."

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:41 AM

VARDEN


TV news cameraman.

Raised on sci-fi; probably saw Star Trek first run on NBC, Friday nights from the crib.

Gamer too.

***************************************
May have been the losing side. Still not convinced it was the wrong one.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:46 AM

BWARE42


Quote:

Originally posted by varden:
TV news cameraman.



That's pretty cool! Photography is my favorite hobby. Do you ever make your own movies?

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:54 AM

SPINLAND


Retired USAF officer, working for a defense contractor as a "visualization engineer." That's fancyspeak for I get to do 3D graphics for people who actually intend to pay for them. As one who tried to freelance for a couple of years, that's a Big Deal. I build 3D LightWave models of sci-fi ships on the side for fun. Yes, I'll be doing a Serenity at some point.

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"That's what governments are for, [to] get in a man's way." -- Malcolm Reynolds

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:56 AM

JAYRO


Warehouse and stock control in a retail outlet.

I have had the Serenity movie poster on the wall since September to publicise the 'verse - this has lead to much new interest! Anyone else managed to convert their work colleagues this way?

"This landing could get pretty interesting."

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Friday, January 6, 2006 4:02 AM

ROBYN12


What a fascinating line-up!!
I'm a translator by profession (Dutch-English) and an actress/singer/dancer by nature. :)

I work from home when I have an assignment but my work is limited to three Dutch-speaking authors because I am also chronically ill and have a few minor handicaps that prevent me from doing as much of anything as I'd like.
My last asignment was afreebee for UIP, helping out with Firefly terminology for Serenity. :)

Big Damn Netherflan
www.Browncoats.nl

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Friday, January 6, 2006 4:06 AM

KAZZAHDRANE


Quote:

Originally posted by Causal:
Quote:

Originally posted by Kazzahdrane:
19 year old student in my 2nd year of a Computer Games Technology degree.



They have a degree in that??




Of course :D

It's really a computer programming course geared towards game development, which means we do some graphics work and audio programming. The course I'm doing was the first in the UK (one of the first in the world) but there's similar courses all over the country now, big in America too I think.

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