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Has it ever been mentioned what jobs Ryder, Sweet and Big Smoke have?

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  • miserkatulle

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Posted 2 weeks ago

In the prologue video, The Introduction, Sweet implies that he didn't go to college and I think this must apply to Big Smoke and Ryder too. In the OG Loc mission, when OG Loc mentions that his parole officer hooked him up with a job, Big Smoke throws a line that implies that having a normal job is a bad thing, something a gangster shouldn't be having, I suppose.


Does the plot ever inform you about what these characters do for a living?

  • HalfOfAKebab

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Posted 2 weeks ago

OG Loc is a "hygiene technician", which can be safely assumed to be a cleaner. He's also seen cleaning in various cutscenes in Burger Shot.

Other than that, I can't recall any mention of any of them having a job.

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Posted 2 weeks ago

They don't have jobs. It's part of the whole gang-banging "f*ck the system" bullsh*t. Loc only had a job because he was made to get one, and look what happened a few days later (that workplace bullying tho).


They subsist either by fleecing the pockets of the people they kill or probably just with theft and/or dealing drugs.

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  • GeorgeCostanzaTheMovie


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Posted A day ago

Probably protection racketeering, drug dealing, gun smuggling. The way normal gang-bangers make money. What do you think Tony Soprano's day job was in the Soprano's?

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