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Old 02-08-2008, 08:52 PM   #11
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Hey, y'all. We need a doc. What happens when someone gets sick or gets broken up in a bar fight? Hmmmmm, GB. Isn't that a hazard of being the town drunk?
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Old 02-08-2008, 08:56 PM   #12
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Actually I was hoping to take up the position of town drunk.

Not a problem...The Mayor and The Chief of Criminal Investigations always hit the bars after work!!

We need a barkeeper....Quick!!!!!!!!
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Old 02-08-2008, 08:56 PM   #13
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Actually I was hoping to take up the position of town drunk.
That was too funny. Marge will have her hands full with you. But the town drunk has some hidden talent what is it?
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Well I guess I need a way to pay for my booze, so if you have a need for a town photographer then I will submit my application.
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Old 02-08-2008, 09:01 PM   #15
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Well I guess I need a way to pay for my booze, so if you have a need for a town photographer then I will submit my application.
If you have the time, the newspaper could use a staff photographer.
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Well I guess I need a way to pay for my booze, so if you have a need for a town photographer then I will submit my application.
You are hired but everyone needs to know you don't come to work very early if at all but when you do its genius.
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I guess I could start a restaurant/catering place. But I will need help. Also we have room for more eating establishments and we need more businesses of all kinds. Also if you want you can have a profession you have always dreamed of.
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If it's more restaurants the town needs, then I can open up a Hawaiian Plate Lunch (and dinner) eatery! Loco moco, bbq short ribs/chicken/beef, sticky rice, Hawaiian mac, Spam musabi (of course), kimchi, lau lau, kalua pig, lumpia, Portuguese fried rice and so on. That means I would have to also sponsor the town's annual luau every year! Sign me up!
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If it's more restaurants the town needs, then I can open up a Hawaiian Plate Lunch (and dinner) eatery! Loco moco, bbq short ribs/chicken/beef, sticky rice, Hawaiian mac, Spam musabi (of course), kimchi, lau lau, kalua pig, lumpia, Portuguese fried rice and so on. That means I would have to also sponsor the town's annual luau every year! Sign me up!
Great, no signing up is needed first come first served. We will still need servers and apprentices in all jobs. No job is less important than the other even a dish washer/ baby sitter etc has an important role to keep things going smoothly.
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