If you could try out any job for a day, what would it be?
My dream JOB, a sculptor (it’s been a hobby, always). When I was a kid, I wanted to draw cartoons for Disney (seriously, I did), I’m glad I didn’t pursue that route
Major League starting pitcher with a wicked curve ball.
Dictator. Just for a day, everybody would have to do what I want. That would be nice.
big cat zoo keeper. kittees!
professional Latin ballroom dancer on competition day
If we’re assuming a magical, temporary transfer of all relevant training, skills and knowledge: definitely astronaut. If we’re not, then I’d have to go for something where I couldn’t accidentally kill myself out of ignorance, so let’s go with set designer for a major science fiction or fantasy film. Something that needs some really awesome sets.
I wish I could be Rupert Murdoch for one day: First thing? I’m calling a meeting.
Wingnut welfare recipient. I’d like to see how fast I could fail upward.
Actor or activist lawyer.
Hangman, after the war-crimes conviction of Dubya and Cheney.
Actually, it’s not necessary for ME to do the job, just as long as someone does.
Librarian in charge of acquisitions
Reading teacher, third grade
[ I got to do this, some ]
In fantasy land, left-handed pitcher. Think Koufax with a better curve (and yes, I know he had a wicked curve).
In reality, a mechanic/furniture refinisher.
Radio disk jockey.
Stunt airplane and helicopter pilot!
Two aspiring pitchers!
If that was on my fantasy list, I’d go for a wicked knuckleball.
Pilot on Dick Cheney’s plane.
“Folks, there’s been an unavoidable change in our flight plan – next stop – The Hague!”
For preference, combat-rated fighter jock, somewhere I could actually make a difference.
Artist – I enjoy it as a hobby, but could never make a living at it. Or maybe roller coaster designer
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