#1
I've just had a really odd and random thought. How unecessarily difficult must it be to get a job as a janitor/cleaner for the CIA/MI6. Seriously they must have to go through background tests, medical tests, drug tests etc all to clean sh*t out of toilets.
#3
I'm glad you got that out of your system.
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#5
Those groups probably use un-vetted agency labour because it's cheaper.
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#6
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I'm glad you got that out of your system.


It was quite unecessary I agree, but to be honest, the pit hardly has any threads with a point anyway.
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It was quite unecessary I agree, but to be honest, the pit hardly has any threads with a point anyway.


Touche'

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#9
maybe the toilets are in non secure areas so they can have regular janitors clean them.
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#10
Obviously need cleaning experience ( ) but they would definatly need to do a full background and security check on you, then put you under a 3 to 6 months probationary period where you will be monitored quite extensivly.
Remember, your working with some of the most secret and paranoid bastards in the world. They don't want someone who could be a terrorist or loony in their midst cleaning their toilets and vacuuming their offices.
#11
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I always thought they'd let the new guys clean the toilets.


LOL