Day-674-Freewrite Sunday Blue Collar

in freewrite •  11 months ago 

Below is my five minute #freewrite on today's prompt: blue collar

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I processed mail at the mail processing plant in San Antonio for almost 32 years, but I never considered myself a blue collar worker. Now that I think about it, we were kinda on an assembly line, just like auto makers. It was a government job, and we made good money and had great benefits. If it wasn't for our blue collar workers, our country wouldn't be as great as it is. I mean, how many scumbag attorneys and politicians do we need in our country. These Freewrites really get me to thinking. How does someone make $400k a year for eight years, then three years later buy a $15 million estate in Martha's vineyard! I never was good at math, but I'm pretty good at Freewriting!

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Hush money 😉

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For sure @d00k13 🤣🤣🤣

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I'm pretty sure it is all about corruption and sex tapes at the top. The workers are really all we have. Here is your next prompt:

Thank you for the prompt drop @fitinfun 💕

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Nothing wrong with being blue collar. And who the hell wants to live in Martha's Vineyard?