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Answered 2008-10-17 03:47:57

mc donalds try at theme parks,i worked for admission when i was 13 =) try local businesses, just ask, don't wait for an ad or a sign in the window. From washing dishes, to waitrees for mainly tips to helping out at day cares etc.


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