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Work? The hardest thing any of those grossly overpaid people do is tie their shoes.
Fake smiles, perfume and unconsciousness along with pretty clothing and lots of make-up.
This is where cloning got its start, no?
On the other hand, it was to my understanding that being a low player (not a director, producer, or actor) in the film industry can be highly stressful, and there exists a high potential for working with or for people that disgust you, and the same goes for education, I always thought that 'industry' was one of the most stressful in existence.
The only one I really do understand is the TV broadcaster, those guys work just a few hours a week, always look chipper, and speak frequently about how much they love their jobs.
If reasonable salaries were available for most occupations, most people would be happy.
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