I work in a prison. Unfortunately, I'm not allowed to take pictures or make drawings of my work place. I've even been advised against putting up pictures in my office that would indicate my personl interests or identify my family members because inmates sometimes walk by and see them. So basically, my office isn't really anything interesting anyways.
Thats my main desk this year.
specs: 15 hp Kawasaki 2 cyl. belt driven, w reverse assist, meaning I have to pull on it to get it to start backing up, 48" cutting width, pull start.
This was last year's desk.
19hp Kawasaki 2cyl with electronic start. 48" cutting width, and has a reverse gear. Hydrostatic drive system.
I prefer this one since you can get into and out of smaller spaces much easier.
The hydrostatic drive system gives you two levers on the handle bars. letting the levers out allows the mower to go forward; middle, neutral; full back is reverse. Each lever controls a drive wheel independently. The other mower has a similar control funtion, but when you pull back all the way, the mower brakes.
Ehhhh...my comp sits at a desk litered with comp parts coke bottles and my work is a good sized grill and stove. Well thats what it is now, it used to be a 2-3 metal tables litered with ontrays for 30-260 people pending on the show playing at the time... :rolleyes1:
I work the special collections department of Florida State.. I had no idea I couldnt take pictures in there.. untill today when I tried(for this thread) and my supervisor told me I needed clearence and some sort of press pass assigned to me.. so you know what.. I applied for it.. lol.. I'll get you my pictures in 2-3 months. lol..
p.s. we have alot of cool sh*t that people have willed us and we've collected..
No pics of my desk at the moment (it's not that exciting anyway), but here's a shot of my workplace/office from the air...
I'm a graphic designer at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Here's a shot of my car on the track back in May...
It's a *great* place to work for a car guy, and I get to do cool stuff every day and work with a great bunch of people. If you have a race program from any of the races in '06, you'll find my name (pretty obvious from my username) on the employee page and under "Art Direction and Design" on the table of contents page. I love working here!