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No Pain, No Grain

And so far, he's also managed to carve out a living. While Cleveland's truck pickups are a one-man operation, his wife, Tina, handles Micro Grain's bookkeeping chores while keeping an eye on the family's three kids. "If she didn't support me the way she does, I couldn't do this," he says.

While some people might not consider hauling beer waste from midnight to sunrise a dream job, Cleveland's not complaining. "It's not very glamorous; it's the same life as a garbage man," he says. "But I've always been a night person. Besides, there's better talk radio on in the middle of the night."

Still, one injustice has raised a slight bump in his chosen career path. "When you're working seven days a week," Cleveland points out, "you don't have time to drinkbeer."

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