Think of me fondly today while I am in interview hell trying to plug ANOTHER one of the vacancies in my department. Anyone wanna see Clerks 2 tonight? I feel like laughing at someone else's (fictional) job misery.
What does a glazier do as an occupation?
What does a milliner do?
What does a cutler make or sell?
What does a couturier do?
What does a haberdasher deal in?
What is an actuary?
What does a cooper make or repair?
What does a fletcher make or deal in?
What does a wainwright make and repair?
In the old days, what was a potboy or potman?
In NY, if you see the letters "VM" running vertically along the right of the number of their license plate, what do they do for a living?
Up until what year was there no written law which limited the number of times you could be elected President in the US?