Eric Lindberg
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Indianapolis 500

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Lindberg May 19, 2014. 6 Replies

Any one on here a fan of the Indianapolis 500? I am going to my 14th this month and I am wondering if anyone else on here watches or is going? Who are you rooting for? What is your favorite memory of…Continue

Tags: auto, racing, car, Indy

Good Memoirs to Read

Started Mar 24, 2014 0 Replies

Hey all, I am looking for an ebook format of great memoirs. I would love to read about hunters, travelers, soldiers, etc. Anybody know any good ones that are really cheap or even free on Kindle or…Continue

Club Ties

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rockeman May 13, 2013. 1 Reply

I recently bought some club ties at a Goodwill. I was wondering if there is a website that I can look up what the colors and symbols stand for. Any ideas or help you can give me?

Fall coats/jackets

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Shelton Oct 16, 2012. 7 Replies

Hi all. I am looking for a nice looking coat or jacket that I can wear to school and work this fall.  I don't want to wear a pea coat, because I wear that in the winter and I'm not big on hoodies…Continue

 

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Longarm replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Father - the job that never ends, does not get paid money, but has the highest value-of-return Heavy Machinery Operator - helped my step-dad with backhoes and dozers Landscaper - helped my dad with his company Machinist - machined archery…"
yesterday
Longarm replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"HAHA!"
yesterday
Dave Alex replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"I was an iron connector for some years, did the high steel work. Framed houses for about 20 years. Both of these were while being a farmer. Still farm full time. Before the farm couldn't pay a living wage so I had to substitute. So now I…"
Tuesday
Stewart M. Davenport replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"I'm an electrician. My last job had me sewing undergarments. Either one is manly in my opinion."
Tuesday
Adam Keynes replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"apprentice of construction worker and car washer, does that counts as manly?"
Tuesday
Mike Spivak replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"I was a structural steel plate fitter. Worked on some large architecturally exposed steel for stadiums and airports. Pretty cool job."
Monday
Cody "Rooster" McDonnell replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Engineer in the Merchant Marine on a tugboat count?"
Monday
WannabeTactical replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Airborne Infantry...only recently even opened up to females. ( and I've yet to see any)"
May 15
Nature of a Man replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Not an actual job, but doing self-repairs on my automobiles, at times with my uncle's help, such as changing out a bad fuel pump."
May 9
John Landes replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"I was chosen to become a Tool and Die Maker apprentice.  For those who are unfamiliar with the position, it involves many processes, including repair, upkeep, and alterations of die cast dies, manufacturing of special projects by engineers for…"
May 2
George Corbul replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"I really ain't all that sure... Freight-handler comes to mind, at various stores and at a marketplace (not sure if its the right term though)."
May 1
Joshua replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"That actually sounds like a winded cool job."
Feb 24, 2016
Joshua replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"nice"
Feb 24, 2016
certified male replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"building pre fab homes in the summer.... oh yeah."
Feb 24, 2016
Carl Monster replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Yikes; sounds awful."
Feb 23, 2016
Robert Brown replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Trail builder"
Feb 23, 2016

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Interests
Auto Racing, Football, Baseball, Cigars
Movies
Lord of the Rings, The Departed, Dark Knight
Music
Jonny Lang, Brad Paisley, The Beatles

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At 4:08pm on November 26, 2011, Alfred J. Senibaldi said…

   At 21 years old just married with a child on the way, I got a break and got into the laborers union. 1st job was track work..pulling ties, pulling spikes, basically clearing the bed for a new track...lining up the rail,setting plates, and spiking them down. The goal was 1/4 mile a day..After that job, I went on to concrete foundations for a number of years..In my 40's I tended my 1st bricklayers. 15 years later I'm still at it.. Everyone thinks Im insane , but I love the fast pace!!   Local 22 Boston, Ma

 
 
 

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