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  aussie_gemini  |  11

50, not in all countries. here (i don't know where you are) I BELIEVE it's only certain trades as their sites change, i.e carpenters, plumbers etc. i am covered to some degree as I'm on the road allot, but not for damages to my car! hope that helps dude...

By  enonymous  |  25

Back in my day we would have still made it in and done our job and looked good doing it. Even if that means our horseless carriage was hit by a train and it made us walk 20 miles in the snow... barefoot, help a woman give birth half way to work, with 3 mountain lions chasing us the whole way.

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  Grimmerie  |  25

that's nothing. i woke up at one in the morning every day to drain the lake before i even got breakfast, which was hot gravel. then i had to refill the lake with my own tears, and walk uphill, barefoot, over broken glass in -200 degree weather, so i could get to school, where i was beaten all day long by arnold schwarzenegger dressed as a nun.

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I used to NEVER sleep and consistently had climb up and down mt. Everest While holding 100 homeless people on my back, while my feet were on fire, and lived on whatever weeds or flower I could find off the mountain as food and my sweat as drink. :D

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  enonymous  |  25

42 47 you both are nothing. I sat through an entire episode of 'The View' sober and the remote control was gone... I didn't know whether to vomit or cry or find a long enough piece of rope.

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