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Woyld you take one? Even if the pay wasnt that great, but you coukld afford to for-go the worry about pay?

Not including the military.

I hear it is a rough time for journalist(video, still photography, and genral reporting) along the southern border, more so if your on the mexican side.


What if they authorized you to pack heat, to protect yourself if needed. Would or copuld ya do it, even knowing ya werent getting paid the higher salary?

I suppose this can go for over seas well.
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Why do you ask? Were you offered a job like this?
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"I wouldnt mind being a gay porn star" - McLovin
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Who said that, the real McLovin or the impostor?
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The self-hating chuy one
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Woyld you take one? Even if the pay wasnt that great, but you coukld afford to for-go the worry about pay?

Not including the military.

I hear it is a rough time for journalist(video, still photography, and genral reporting) along the southern border, more so if your on the mexican side.


What if they authorized you to pack heat, to protect yourself if needed. Would or copuld ya do it, even knowing ya werent getting paid the higher salary?

I suppose this can go for over seas well.

As long as it offers family protection, care and all; and or it keeps me anonymous...
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Does thou have a link?
Well, he didnt really say it with words.

More with his overall behavior.
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So would you take a chile to the culo like McLovin if it meant "family protection, care and all"?
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So would you take a chile to the culo like McLovin if it meant "family protection, care and all"?

If he got to wear a gimp mask ie remain anonymous.
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That question wasn't just for Fleetwood, vato...
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Well, the answer is no.

I don't care about my family.
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That question wasn't just for Fleetwood, vato...
I'm talkin' about being journalist at a higher risk...

The hell yall two got lost into some homo shit...
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LMMFAO

Damn I needed a good laugh before I go to sleep! Good night fucknuts.
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Why do you ask? Were you offered a job like this?
Wasnt technically offered a job as of yet. But was job searching. And with those journalist getting runned down just over the border, even interns, got me to thinking.
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As long as it offers family protection, care and all; and or it keeps me anonymous...
That cant always be guaranteed. I think ya have to know the risk before ya take it.
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Career would have to pay a shit load of money for me to knowingly risk my life for some other asshole.

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I wouldnt work as mula for carteles or sell my organs but then again, I mean people get mercenaries, its all insurable and imputed risks so it depends on you personally.
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if there is no great financial gain, what are other advantages of taking a job that is risking my life?

I guess you must really love what you do to even consider doing something like that.
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Adrenaline junky maybe? I mean look at those combat photographers. I am sure they get paid decently, but i doubt enough to risk their lives. It pumps in their veins i suppose.

Besides, it was just a thought i had. I have often thought about being a combat photographer.
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This thread reminds me of that show "Deadliest Catch" and Alaskan crab fishing
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yea, those fools get paid big...same with coal miners in the Virginias and all...
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