well, here we go. My father is a mechanical engineer, so I went to the technical school hoping to study the same at college. Then I meet math, physics and that stuff from that great professor. So I started to read about that, ended with a epistemological interest. I went to the college to study philosophy. I am still there, at my 30's, because... well, life is weird here sometimes. I go to classes when I can, and I make a few exams per year (the college is pretty different here, the state one is the better, and you can do almost what you want, everything but killing a professor). I help some professors there too, as a non-paid job. In paralell, I work for our very small family factory. We make cars spare parts. I am the welder. We have several machines of different kinds, I dont know their names in english, but you can figure out, everything to kill a piece of steel. I weld 200 pieces per day. Of course, I administrate the few computers we have too, and our website.
My four month little daughter hangs with me in the workshop two times a week, her mother Vanesa works too, at the mall. So I am a substitute-mother some times
. At the end of the day, at home, I do some web developing for extra money, most of the time php, and flash when I cant convince the client about the opposite, but I needed an extra box at work, so, that is paused for now.
then, some time for the family, I am trying to learn everything I can about music, and then I hang with a freaky linux community
EDIT: That sound nice, guys, I like the carpenters (and all biblic professions) welders, engineers and programmers. Translators are in the top five of my list.