Delivered Pennysaver "newspapers", that really sucked and the pay sucked.
Collected Bottles around my neighboorhood after the bottle law went into effect, gave people 3 cents, kept 2 cents per bottle. That sucked, but as a youngster it was enough money to feel like it mattered.
Did landscaping part time, did not get paid for travel time but usually wound up with a free lunch and drinks.
Worked at Denny's as a "Service Assistant", that means I washed dishes, cleaned the restraunt and bused tables.
At some point I also worked at Uno's as a dishwasher and also a "Prep Cook".. that was fun, the roasted chicken I had to cut up was extreamly tastey. Washing the pans really sucked though, big time because they would have trashcans full of them and then bitch when I had to stay later when they wanted to close up.
Temped a couple places, one was Kodak as a "Text processor" (I think), basically I had to type up things people wrote by hand.. which really sucks when you can't read their messy handwriting. That only lasted four days.. apparently the stupid boss thought I had some kinda freaking "attitude problem", what a witch..I loved my job cause it was computer based.
Cashier at a Mobil Mini-Mart, I actually enjoyed that also because people were always interesting and usually friendly and there was a feeling of providing a useful service that was appreciated. Also made out well on promotional items from the cig. companies.
Moved upto Asst. Manager at the Mobil Mini-Mart, but eventually gave that and the job up as I found that to be stressful. I did not like having to mess with other peoples cash sheets for their shifts and figure out their mistakes not to mention do their jobs if they did not do them. One day I just decided I couldn't take it, had enough and called my boss and told him so and I was quitting. He kinda flipped, told me I couldn't leave till he came and counted all the money in the safe.. as if!! That was insulting as hell, when you snap you don't wanna wait for some guy to come count money locked in a safe, geez. I guess I don't really blame him though sorta, he had some problems in the past and people had been arrested.
Since then I have spent my time volunteering for things like the free Mud Master 2000 MUD client as a webmaster, beta tester and program support. I have also done ingame support for one of the big MMORPG 3D games thats out which got me free gameplay for a year while doing the support then free play for life of the game after that year. But that is not really a "job" according to them, sure feels like one with all the training and time involved.
Other then that I volunteer my graphics and design skills for various things, sometimes game based signatures or more recently pet based signatures.
Since there are not many work at home computer related jobs just floating around, at least not that I come across that are legit, I have nothing but time on my hands at the moment and I figure I might as well volunteer with what I can do and stay busy and help other people.
Some day I will just get rich some how and not have to worry about money anymore... *wakes up*..oh what a nice dream I was having.