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Also a job in scrap yards:
PIG WRANGLER: Jack Basinger is part of a five-man crew that works the “pig line.” Aluminum scrap is heated to 1400 degrees Fahrenheit, then poured into forms to make 22-pound ingots (“pigs”).
I have doubts about the authenticity of this job. Isn't it more of a joke? In which case you should translate with a humorous invented job? (A wrangler is not somebody who raises animals, but a cowboy who herds normally cattle).
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Anton Konashenok Czech Republic Local time: 18:49 Native speaker of: Russian, English PRO pts in category: 4