Im just curious. I am a merchandiser for coca-cola and have dreams to one day be free of a job and play disc golf fulltime. Yeah right......Im a worken man and Ive excepted that, but I would like to hear from some other people.
Analytical Chemist -- if I can hold sulfuric acid in one hand and potassium cyanide in the other, calibrate my instrument AND listen to my boss rip me a "new one" all at the same time ... you'd think I could get that freakin Aviar to go into the chains from 30 feet on a consistent basis... :)
I'm a chef and restaurant owner. Work days and nights 6 days a week. On a light week I work 65 to 75 hrs. Many times have to go three or more weeks in between rounds of golf. Try to play 3 or 4 tourneys a year.
I make my town safer, one baseball field at a time.
With precision movements and split second timing I keep Watertown's infields safe for play, and covered with cool swirly designs.
Millions watch as I weave my standard issue rake inches from the bag, then skillfully switch to the more advanced woven metal thing on a chain. Yeah it has a name, but you wouldn't understand. Why? because you're not Mr. major league infield raker.
I am also a master of custodial arts within the friendly confines of the Koch complex bathrooms. I specialize in toilet paper refilling. Without my undying commitment, you might find yourselves trapped in a stall armed only with your newspaper.
Like a brave soldier,I storm hostile territory delivering much needed supplies to both men, and women.
Should I leave one roll? Or two? Or perhaps that giant 10-pound super roll. While others rest, I can't… because somewhere there's a guy with his pants around his ankles doing the bunny hop in search of a fresh roll. I am master of the men's room because if I don't do my business, you can't do yours.
Nice post Tom,
I serve at a small Episcopal church and do campus ministry in Bowling Green, Ohio. Summer affords me more spare time to disc golf, although I now play year round. I'm still waiting for disc golf to get so big that I can be a disc golf chaplain (we can all dream, right?)