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Another day in the Salt Mines
Posted by: Dale Franks on Thursday, July 13, 2006

This is me. This is what I did today. I was at work. I got paid to do this.

I love the annual barbecue

Sometimes, I love my job.
 
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This isn’t a caption contest, is it?
 
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In all seriousness, though, I’m jealous. How did you convince someone to pay you to do that? Was this a case of separating a fool from his money, or were you performing a valuable service?
 
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He’s leaving out the part where he explains he was inspecting sewage treatment pools.
 
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Lucky you. Getting paid to play.
 
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This isn’t a caption contest, is it?
Congratulations! It’s a boy!

 
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What a hunk!
 
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