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Subject: Re: Would You Go Back to Work? Date: 5/26/2004 2:30 PM
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tmeri says,

Well I think I might enjoy an "I'm lazier than you are" contest with you, Leolo. I'm not at all ambitious. Teaching just seems like an easy way to bring in a few bucks without much effort.

I'd be happy with the video rental store job, too. I do like jobs that don't require any thinking. One of my favorite jobs was working at a factory. I could easily do the work without thinking too much about it, so my mind was free to dream. It also required enough hard physical labor that I didn't need any exercise otherwise.

The only problem with these "mindless" jobs is that they seem to involve more hours than I really want to put in. So maybe by teaching, I'm really lazier than you. ;-)



I found some really mindless ways to bring about $2k per year. I'm a test subject in product research studies and I sit in on focus groups to gauge public opinions. You can put in as much or as little time as you want.
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