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-- that's ready travels the country introducing America to the people who do the dirty job to keep our country running.
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Committee -- You best -- is doing today that apparel company and says 55 pounds and when it's pretty quick fix his great.
We're watching you.
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And blasting the company I was creator and executive producer of discovery channel's dirty jobs might grow joins us live.
So early and we know that it's -- shelf and I think yeah.
I think I'm you know.
It's part of the value at thirty yeah.
-- mid -- job you've ever done because I remember seeing you.
Was it you climbed into one of the septic tank trucks -- -- sure good time season one probably.
So what if we just got -- -- I think we're around 300 jobs we just got to all fifty states.
I don't really know what to do next.
You know the somewhere between pride in sympathy there's the reality of this program -- -- dirty use one yeah septic tanks are tough to beat that was a good one actually.
That's something called -- black there's a little place in Michigan called -- -- and they take the bones from cattle.
And they grind of them pulverized have been to a fine -- how can looks almost like graphite and they use that stuff in -- everything from.
Lubricants to make up.
Probably don't do this that's window watching all -- oftentimes that's Campbell wrangling down and Mona but you -- and you -- go through this in this weather shows it's a successful you little -- grandfather.
He can He said He once a working team all dirty from work.
Well my granddad woke up clean and came home dirty and Beckham knows there's a lot of guys and women did the same thing.
He was unique though because with an eighth grade education He basically went on to become a master electrician really mastered every tree -- -- He could build a house He can do what every needed to do.
And He was kind of heroic in his time today we look through those.
People you know we just don't really value their skills in the same way we -- those -- just people we call when something goes wrong exactly and you know we have to look at that part of our workforce and imagine our country without them and that we start to realize just how badly we -- -- is -- during college I was a plumber two years and that was a roofer and hats off to those guys have thought well you know I keep my hat on display here here it's early -- Message -- to congress which is probably.
People who actually need to hear.
Well -- -- hey you know what I meet I -- did did it wasn't like you know Mr.
Smith Goes to Washington was more like the headlines.
Caught up with the themes of the show and the stuff we've been talking about for eight years now is now.
You don't front and center not just big unemployment but a skills gap at the same time so how is yet nine point 1% unemployment.
Jobs and transportation manufacturing that we don't have -- skilled workers.
To deal with so that jobs are out there but nobody can do it the jobs are out there and -- the the the focus.
On the education that is necessary for those jobs that simply.
Not been a part of the conversation we'll have a foundation help people and that micro works is foundation -- it's we set it up on Labor Day three years ago.
-- -- whole site in fact it's really just geared toward.
Forcing that conversation forward.
I hate to preach and wanna be earnest and so sick everybody telling us what the solution is but it just seemed like -- don't parents sit down to talk about what is a realistic goal for my kid.
You can't look at a college education as this thing and everything else is alternative.
And expect to get a well rounded -- workforce.
Come out of something so lopsided that I report that I remember when we used to have vote tech schools and stuff like that might learn how to weld and -- school right every high school used to have -- tech and now it's very very hard to find what are you doing in the off season.
There's no off -- who come off similar talking about are you taking action in the off season.
You bugs I think well all.
I -- -- -- well that that's my own stimulus program -- what is it it's not a surprise that when I'm not shooting dirty job to do like to make the rent and diamond business with a lot of big companies and we do a lot of job related stuff but recently.
I've been bitten by everything -- -- pair ridiculous is head lice at a tape -- wants but please it.
-- -- and go with this sentinel -- came home with this.
With this product candidate -- -- not just the man that's my best friend from high school.
Okay he's a very talented actor he's like Mike are you ever gonna hook me up on what do you put on a dog suit you think you'll be my best friend a series of weather so yeah.
Become infested with please.
And in the course of this thing that destroys our relationship the -- world learned just how miraculous the product is so.
You know -- assure us that it's a -- killed.
It's a -- come -- I basically somehow managed to get on on line and it's working really well fleas thankfully are dying by the thousands.
And my friend is gainfully employed albeit somewhat in the humiliating fashion that's what this is news you -- -- It's like yeah let's go ads on our website FOX & Friends that -- and we -- victory over there.
The -- I love making good on the promise to -- work desperate you realize what reduced did we took a stimulus conversation juxtaposed through the lens of successful program and a 180 countries of.
It back to flee to track I can't it's really adds up laying around and -- -- a -- you -- -- just move on to talk politics identical for every time I heard.
Ladies and gentlemen -- check it out -- Television is -- just about every chance you can't play dead cat without hit me for crying out how ridiculous.
Like aliens regulations good idea of -- Try to -- -- I guess I'm stuck my stick yeah.
I don't on they didn't.
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