The Best Job In the World (Just In Case You Had Any Doubts)

I said if before, but really, look at him. That's astronaut Lee Morin during his first spacewalk on mission STS-110, outside Atlantis back in April 2002.

I can imagine him going "La-di-da, la-di-da, la la, I'm in space, fixing this thingie, La-di-da" while screwing screws in and out at the International Space Station.

If this is not the best job in the world, I don't know what is.

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I may be the minority here, but there is no way I would want this job. I can barely fly without freaking out, let alone go into space. I prefer my feet firmly planted here on earth and have no desire whatsoever to walk on other worlds.