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Old 03-23-2013, 12:27 AM   #1
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Mine was working with a lawn care buisness. Other known as weed eater boy.

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Old 03-23-2013, 12:31 AM   #2
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Mine was working with a lawn care buisness. Other known as weed eater boy.
I worked at an auto body shop, I detail cars on the side, and now I work part time doing lawn care while I'm in school.
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Paperboy! Then the local car wash....that job was freakin sweet

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Dishwasher at a local Vietnamese restaurant I slept more than I washed dishes

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Bag boy in a Publix Supermarket.

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Detailer at Dearden Buick

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The first job I ever had was picking butter beans for $2 a bucket. It took me all day to fill one bucket. Then the farmer didn't have change so he took us to a convenience store to break a twenty. I spent my $2 on lemonade after spending the day in the sun. Came home with a few coins.

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Fossil-izing..., getting ole , real ole..! But actually , I worked at a tool -n- die company tuning plastics injection molds , faces , textures , folds and wrinkles in cloths , all the little details you see in toy figurines , stuff like that and I was
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We are talking Full time jobs or I was a paper boy for years earlier..!

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My first one was in a machine shop

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Paperboy. Then a dishwasher. Loved the dishwashing job, got all the free food I wanted and worked with, and for great people.

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