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{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
No, I can't work, I tried but I can't work in gloves.


{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
Is there anybody else besides you that don't work in em?

{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
Oh yeah! Mary Dobbin, and Mary Washington don't use gloves.
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{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
What?! [[laughter]]

{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
And my sister, Mary Groves, uh-huh. It's true, about four or five don't use no gloves, but the rest of them use gloves.
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{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
So having gloves is not mandatory.

{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
Yeah, no, you don't have to wear gloves, you don't want to. Most of them wear gloves because they don't want to cut their fingers up.
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{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
Uh-huh.

{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
But I don't need them because I know how to open them up.
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{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
Yeah!

{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
Yeah.
[[laughter]]
Yeah, Christina, I don't think she wear none either. She don't wear no gloves. Yeah, but a lot of them don't wear none.
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{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
Where do you get your boots from?
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{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
Oh, you got to buy that yourself, you know up [[?]]
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{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
Is it rubber boots at all times or?
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{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
'sposed be. Rubber boots.
[[?]] fasten them, the one that's, you put on your shoe, you can get them too. But I got boots. Yeah, you gotta wear [[tape cut]]

{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
You have to have a hairnet on.
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{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
You have [[?]] A hairnet or hat. You can wear a hat too.
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{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
Oh, okay!

{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
So real nice, huh?

{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
Yeah!
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{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
And you definitely need your apron otherwise you'll be dirty.

{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
Yeah, you'd be there all wet and everything, it's like you got to have an apron. When a apron go bad you got to buy another one.
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{SPEAKER name="Shelia Montague Parker"}
How do you deal with all the water that's on the floor?
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{SPEAKER name="Doris Harris"}
Just got to take your time, when you're going up and weighing your clams and don't you're falling down. Gotta be real careful here.
I takes my time, walk up to the skimmer. Yea, you gotta take your time.
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