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Not one mention of the military, your dancing and getting paid a high salarly to do medical work, and supervising beat cops and answering phones are all stressful im sure. How bout leaving your family for a year every 2 years for a decade to your profession in a combat zone.
Dancers???? Yeah, right. I am a retired Marine. You want stress, join the Marine Corps.
You missed the most stressful of all , The Section foreman in a underground coal mine ,, Roof falling in all the time , Inspectors showing up all the time and if they find anything bad wrong you can get fired, methane gas that you are in charge of removing that will blow everyone to hell in a second , equipment brake downs so you get behind on tons and get your **** chewed , 6 days a week some times 7 and a start time but no quit time , and can never get a day off no matter how sick you are ,
THINK ABOUT THIS NEXT TIME YOU TURN A LIGHT ON . No one cares about coal miners but coal miner,s and there family's.
Working on the Flight-Deck of a US Navy Aircraft Carrier, while underway, in the middle of the night, during Flight-Op's.
You're right in the middle of a floating - Very Active Airport - that, oh by the way, is also carrying about a million gallons of aircraft fuel.
Hauling a tractor-trailer with hazardous material ( gas and diesel Fuel) is a real nail-biter.
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