Ergo a copper must also be a piper.
if I guy growing plums makes him a plumBer, then a guy working with copper
is a cooper, but I'm not sure what that makes a barrel-maker, however.
This is a fun thread.
When I married and we moved to the city, a university and married
student housing, I had an immediate job as the housing complex's
resident electrician. That was a great job- I set my own hours,
did what needed doing and at 19, was essentially my own boss.
Then. . . they found out I also could do plumbing. <Sh*t> My
plush job turned into the occasional. . . graduating to frequent.
. . emergency call to fish "things" out of toilets. My reliable
fish tape became a plumber's snake and the things I pulled out of
the toilets cannot be described in mixed, or even sentient,
Plumbers usually are worth what they get in pay.
Luxury cars now offer a great seating option for politicians.
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