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What in your opinion is the most dangerous job?

My vote goes to Reporters Without Borders;-)

Asked By: ♥ Gloria♥ - 6/23/2008
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thought it was a good question, so i looked it up... More
Answered By: Capt.Spalding - 6/23/2008
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yahoo staff
Answered By: wannabefree - 6/23/2008
 
oil riggers
Answered By: bowsgirl1 - 6/23/2008
 
haha..Reporters without borders. Thats cool. I think I would have to say the people on the DEALIST CATCH.. thumbs uP?
Answered By: ♥ i ride horses♥ - 6/23/2008
 
police officers
Answered By: sunshinegirl - 6/23/2008
 
those fisherman out in like alaska. like on deadliest catch.
Answered By: ♥Dede♥ - 6/23/2008
 
Firefighters.
Answered By: It's Not Worth It Anymore - 6/23/2008
 
Crabbing in the north Pacific...hands down.
Answered By: Diane G - 6/23/2008
 
the army!
Answered By: ηαḍhαяḍy - 6/23/2008
 
police officers....soldiers
Answered By: lanek - 6/23/2008
 
anyone who is working on the frontlines
Answered By: Cortez - 6/23/2008
 
under water welders thanks xoxo
Answered By: tattooed goddess - 6/23/2008
 
those fishers on that show the Deadliest Catch, they could get hurt or die at any time. soilders. maybe not reporters, because if they are in a country with us troops, then there is there protection. astronauts, you never know with the 4 million miles of wire on the space vechicles designed by nasa, one person missing... More
Answered By: Bobo - 6/23/2008
 
Being a soldier in Iraq.
Answered By: traveler - 6/23/2008
 
being a cop
Answered By: psychgirl - 6/23/2008
 
white nerdy high school student in ghetto area
Answered By: spinderella ♥ (want gummy bears) - 6/23/2008
 
Flagers (you know the people who direct traffic during road construction)
Answered By: Christine H - 6/23/2008
 
Window specialist at Linens n Things.
Answered By: yourdoneandover - 6/23/2008
 
The President of any country. They can't even lead a regular life before, during, and after their term.
Answered By: Mustang Nik~Mikey's KittyKat - 6/23/2008
 
being a troll on here.....I'm out hunting them down now and they can't hide, no matter how hard they try!
Answered By: CATNIP #2 - 6/23/2008
 
SWAT team
Answered By: Musaraña Incoherente - 6/23/2008
 
Donald Trump's wig designer
Answered By: Mr. Floppy - 6/23/2008
 
Politician. :)
Answered By: ♫♪ Duchess Coco ♪♫ - 6/23/2008
 
Alaskan fisherman Infantryman Miners
Answered By: Zodoz - 6/23/2008
 
mining
Answered By: ♫ツSave the Earth ツ♫ - 6/23/2008
 
Oil Rig workers and crab fishermen.........I think the fishermen were on top of the list last year. Otherwise daycare workers and deadbeat dads. You don't mess with mama........lol
Answered By: nagitar - 6/23/2008
 
law enforcement
Answered By: bkrboyz - 6/23/2008
 
Armed Forces Personnel
Answered By: Tigger - 6/23/2008
 
minners
Answered By: Love Bird - 6/23/2008
 
mining for coal and then you see demonstrations against nuclear energy. HOW MANY PEOPLE DIED FROM IT? chernobil was the only great disaster with so many casualties. now think how many miners die each year.
Answered By: can I hug you? - 6/23/2008
 
Firefighter
Answered By: E. F. Hutton - 6/23/2008
 
mininghttp://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080623184448AAmPAS8&pa=FYd1D2bwHTHzJb5kE.szSTTu_mytsUXuHBYgWU6zy2xnPA--&paid=asked&msgr_status=
Answered By: Chloe Nottelling - 6/23/2008
 
Driving a truck through Dallas during rush hour, through the Mix Master. Gives new meaning to the position of shotgun.
Answered By: No Worthy Candidate - 6/23/2008
 
Being an Army Ranger
Answered By: Natalie D - 6/23/2008
 
ARMY, police and fire d. are reasking their lives for dimes...
Answered By: bodyguard - 6/23/2008
 
Coal miner or Firefighter Coal Mining is really dangerous because the mines can collapse.
Answered By: ♥Jadee♥ is ready for summer 08 - 6/23/2008
 
I WOULD SAY MINERS : (
Answered By: BLUSKEYES - 6/23/2008
 
Helicopter-Artillery-Gunmen. -Dad says in Vietnam the average life-expectency of one, was on average about 18-seconds.-
Answered By: SophiaSeeker - 6/23/2008
 
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Answered By: BUSH =warcriminal - 6/23/2008
 
coal miners
Answered By: Naruto - 6/24/2008
 
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