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Normally, we'd say that living in constant danger of being found out or shot at would be cause for a great deal of stress, but part of the requirement for this job is to have cold steel running through your veins. You kinda have to be a bit of an action junkie to want to get into this line of work, so you probably get off on the thrill of danger. But your sense of duty trumps all else.