Best Salesman in the World

author Ari Gold   11 год. назад

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TechZone ► It's no secret that being a doctor is one of the most difficult, important and necessary professions in the world. And while some doctors work in hospitals, others, like a real team of superheroes, rush to help others through the streets of big cities. But, unfortunately, paramedics have to fight not only the diseases of their patients, but also with road traffic. In today's video, we have several examples of how drivers in different countries react to an ambulance. Of course, each of these videos may well be exceptions to the rule, but you should still see them.

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Joe Ades, the Union Square vegetable peeler salesman died on Sunday February 1, 2009. RIP. :(

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