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Florence 5 days ago
#8 - Sounds like baseball didn't work out so he became an actor.
       
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Bridget 5 days ago
During high school, whenever they gave us those "career aptitude tests" to see what job we'd be "good" at, I always tried to steer it towards Park Ranger. Yeah, even though as a city kid I've never gone camping or been to an area with enough trees to be called a woods, let alone a forest. But that's what I felt like I wanted to do. It all came to an end when finally, one of the teachers gave us a list of average salaries for various careers. A Park Ranger's pay was sh#t.
       
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Arizona 5 days ago
Bridget, yes, $15 - $20 and hour on average. I agree though, it would be a good job - stress free and always in the fresh air.
       
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Alastair 5 days ago
Arizona, not too sure about the stress free - I think the rangers in Yellowstone have been pretty wound up.
       
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Muriel 4 days ago
Alastair, unlikely. Just gotta roll with it.
       
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Rupert Grint’s first ambition was to be an ice-cream man.

The actor really wanted to be an ice-cream man, which is why he bought a Bedford van for the last day of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 shooting. He said that he kept the van loaded since the kids follow him around and ask to buy ice-cream. He gives out the treats for free.

 

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