What’s My Line?

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On Labor Day, Dennis asks people what they do for a living. Callers include a baker, a fitness pro, a laptop part company entrepreneur, a nutritional consultant, and antique Judaica dealer, a perfusionist, the guy who sells coupons on the back of you receipts, a personalized wine box maker, a retirement planner, a computer access controller, a homeschooler, a motorcycle critic, a dog daycare owner, a cabinet maker, a maintenance worker, a union organizer, a power grid engineer, a writer/illustrator of children’s books, a motion picture/television art director, a technical specialist for the disabled, and a woman who makes teeth. Originally broadcast September 3, 2012.
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