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Love it! Mining.. Black lung kicks ass

{true story} Coal miner Lee Hipshire in 1976, shortly after emerging from a mine in Logan County, W. Va. at the end of his shift. At age 36, he had worked 26 years underground. A few years later, Lee took early retirement because of pneumoconiosis, or black lung disease. He died at 57.

Documenting 'Dirty' Jobs: Miners At Work

Coal miner Lee Hipshire in shortly after emerging from a mine in Logan County, W. at the end of his shift. At age he had worked 26 years underground. A few years later, Lee took early retirement because of pneumoconiosis, or black lung disease.

Underground Coal Mining Pics - Bing Images Look how they have to stoop over.my dad was a coal miner.my 6-2 brother worked in coal mines ad sometimes worked  area no taller  than the kitchen table.very hard work.my dad got black lung from the years in mines.

Underground Coal Mining Pics - Bing Images Look how they have to stoop over.my dad was a coal miner.my brother worked in coal mines ad sometimes worked area no taller than the kitchen table.very hard work.my dad got black lung from the years in mines.

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Clinton had an actual plan, but people believed Republican lies and the decades long smear campaign. Besides, why think logically and evaluate the evidence when the other side has a nifty slogan and gives you a big image to focus on?

Conversations with Death – 4 – “Black Lung”

108 yards in four and a half days Description: Photograph of miners working at Bersham Colliery near Wrexham in Wales.

almost haunting Most miners end up with a condition known as Black Lung.

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My Dad was a Coal Miner for 41 years, never complained about going to work.  Black Lung didn't kill him, cancer did.  Love ya Dad!

A close up portrait of a coal miner in Omar, West Virginia, by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic in Photography - Black & White

Those blue eyes staring out of the coal dust covered face so makes me remember my dad. I remember seeing him covered in coal dust with his blue eyes shining just this way.

Those blue eyes staring out of the coal dust covered face so makes me remember my dad. I remember seeing him covered in coal dust with his blue eyes shining just this way.

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