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Dirty Jobs

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Chase, Sep 3, 2007.

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  1. Chase

    Chase TS Member

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    I was wondering if making clay targets would qualify as a dirty job? Reason I ask is because one of my favorite shows is Dirty Jobs on Discovery channel. Does anyone think White Flyer et al. would be dirty enough to suggest such a show topic to Mike Rowe and the gang?

    I'd love to see how they are made, dirty or not!

    -Chase
     
  2. bubba at ohio

    bubba at ohio TS Member

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    i am watching that show now its pretty cool show
     
  3. nomderf

    nomderf TS Member

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    We were talking about that at the club Sunday!

    I would say - go for it!

    They need material for their shows for sure!

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  4. ricks1

    ricks1 TS Member

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    G dont think not as messy as saw dust rick
     
  5. blizzard

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    Not even close AJ. Ever seen what grows underneath a machine in a machine shop after it has been run every day in the same location for 30 yrs., especially a machine that was located over a pit? When it comes time to move the machine, THAT'S a dirty job.
     
  6. GRR

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    I don't know about dirty jobs, but the highest paying job has to be the guy who gets all the lean meat in that little window of a package of bacon.
     
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