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This morning on the way to work, I was behind this mini-SUV, not even a full sized one. It was painted up nice. The guy was a locksmith. It was not a name I had heard before so I assume it was a one man company. He had painted on the back "Rekey Special $99.99". Then at the top he has painted "Over 3 Million Locks Rekeyed". Using my rapid calculation this tells me that the guy has amassed $300 Million Dollars in career earnings and he is still driving around town. Yea, I believe that.
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If it takes, say, 5 minutes to rekey a lock, and all he does is rekey locks 8 hours a day, 260 days a year (we'll give him weekends off but no holidays!), then he has been rekeying locks for 120 years. Must be pretty good at it by now