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    #1

    No-show-type job tittle

    Anyone has heard of that expression? Two guys are aruging about a movie that they have made and a that one that they'll make and one of them says, 'It's a no-show-type job title anyway.'

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    Re: No-show-type job tittle

    a "no-show" is not showing up.

    So a "no-show" type of job title means that you get the title, but you don't have to show up to do the job.

    Nice work - if you can get it

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