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    Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Professional Scarecrow?

    Not that this 1937 job trend is in high demand nowadays.

    In the 1930s, one way to make extra cash was to become a professional scarecrow...

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    Prospective applicants should take into consideration the following:

    1. Do you have a brain? (Most scarecrow do not.)

    2. Do you have tattered clothes? (Do not show up wearing any of those fake-ripped luxury jeans. Authenticity counts.)

    3. Are you afraid of birds? (This may be a problem.)

    4. Can you spend hours on end dancing in a field? (List all prior music festival experience a la Coachella, etc.)

    5. Do you scare others?

    6. Will you stop at nothing to defend precious, precious crops?