An employee from the department of motor vehicles has to clean up poop someone smeared on the walls after they took his license away. An obituary clerk has a co-worker who says, "people are dying to get into the paper."
Tom worked on a Christmas tree lot. It was not fun. Also I worked on a construction site installing door stops. Also I'm on twitter, can't you like my #birbigsunderstudy thing so I don't feel like such a loser? @iloveusue
This week: Jen Belt at a law office babysitting a pig, Elizabeth Griffin taught (and learned) how to log roll, another woman shipped tuna, and then a guy worked at a strip club called Tuna's. It all comes back around.
Gil Prowler is a cameraman who’s seen it all. Stunts, alligators, Van Halen, Mohammed Ali, Manny Pacquiao, gophers, Santana, hot bods, hair growing, and paint drying. Original interview here: https://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/gil-prowler-has-not-yet-been-eaten-by-a-bear
Ken Doyle, safecracker extraordinaire, talks about his time as a paramedic, responding to a variety of horrific calls. If you have a weak stomach, this may not be the episode for you. And just another note! Guess how many people have jumped off of the Golden Gate Bridge and lived? 26! Is that more or less than you thought?
Haley DeLeon plays in a wedding band with her family. She played her first weddings at age 12! She plays accordion and violin, but can play drums if the drummer needs to use the bathroom. Original interview with her twin sister here: https://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/zoe-deleon-and-the-family-band
Justine Coldwater drives the bookmobile! She talks about her sweet new ride (it replaced a sad old school bus), about her patrons, and the history of bookmobiles. Original interview here: https://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/justine-coldwater-no-keys-in-the-ignition