The 1,786-Foot Commute

by Derek Loosvelt | October 22, 2010

If you think you have it tough, having to deal with rush-hour bumber-to-bumper road-raging idiots, or elbow-to-arse overly-touchy-feely-Starbucks-spilling C-train passengers, check out this guy's daily commute to his job, more than a third of a mile in the sky.

And the next time someone cuts you off, or steals your seat, I suggest you keep his daily climb in mind. (By the way, his job was rated the third scariest in the U.S., according to this CNBC slideshow.)

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