Friday Nov 29
The Indianapolis Star
Heart of chimney industry sweeps through Plainfield
A selection of tools utilized by the modern chimney sweep are ready for use at CSIA.
The Huffington Post
Watch: Stories You Won't Believe From Some of the World's Dirtiest Jobs
Are people who do physically demanding, not-afraid-to-get-dirty jobs like farming, mining and sheep castration the happiest people on earth? So says Mike Rowe, host of the Discovery Channel's "Dirty Jobs."
'Jobs That Bite!' visits an Oregon free-range pig farm: TV Talk
Look out, pigs: Jeremy Brandt, at Oregon's HangBelly Ranch, is coming to get you in Saturday's "Jobs That Bite!" The Nat Geo Wild show, "Jobs That Bite!" sends its host, Jeremy Brandt, around the country so he can hang out with people who work with animals, doing things like giving lions physical exams.
Jobs that Bite is an insane clone of Dirty Jobs, and Mike Rowe's response is a must-read
The now-cancelled series Dirty Jobs was hosted by Mike Rowe and produced by Pilgrim Films and Television for the Discovery Channel; the new series Jobs that Bite is hosted by Jeremy Brandt and produced by Half Yard Productions for NatGeo WILD.