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Charlton Miller
Administrative assistant and IT support technician - Australia Melbourne West Mission 2000-2002

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What was your most interesting house call?

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“There are too many to count. Once, an older lady cooked us dinner and my companion and I found a mat of her white hair in the gravy. She blamed us for placing the hair in the food to sabotage her dinner. Another time, we got chased by a German Shepherd, and my companion ripped his pants on the fence trying to escape. He had to walk through Melbourne for a while in a pair of crotchless pants. Also, one suburb of Melbourne had so many ridiculously attractive girls, it always made for interesting visits.

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