This mornings C.R.A.P is hard to look at and impossible to forget.
The other night on Dirty Jobs, you sang a song about roadkill.
So it’s National Poetry Month, and I can’t help but consider one of my favorite moments on Dirty Jobs.
For over a decade now, several Captains on The Bering Sea have tried to convince me that Deadliest Catch is dirtier than Dirty Jobs.
“You put on a ball cap or a hardhat and you’re the voice of labor in America? Have you ever been in a union?
Think of TV personality Mike Rowe, and a certain image inevitably comes to mind: a trim middle-aged man wearing a baseball cap, blue jeans, and a big grin
A few weeks ago, former “Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe posted the plan for his appearance at the Paramount Theatre on Feb. 20.
According to this advertisement, I’ll be “talking dirty” at the Paramount Theater
On Sale: Fri. October 16, 2015 @ 10AM — BUT you can get your tickets TODAY
Mike talks to Tamar Alexia Fleishman of G.I. Money about “Somebody’s Gotta Do It”
OFF THE WALL: This weekend, The Science Channel, (The Science Channel?) ran a marathon of old Dirty Jobs.
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HVACR Business Publisher Terry Tanker recently interviewed Mike Rowe, the creator and executive producer of Discovery’s “Dirty Jobs” and his new show on CNN, “Somebody’s Gotta Do It.”
Mike can always find a friendly welcome in St. Clair, Mich.
The former “Dirty Jobs” host has had his share of gross experiences in the workforce