Career Goals

Grabbed a copy of the Hartford Advocate to peruse over dinner here at the Worldwide Headquarters.  (First person to say something about the personal ads gets it.  Is that clear?) 

I haven’t seen the Advocate in a while.  They apparently have a man-on-the-street type feature called “TMI” (Too Much Information).

One of the nine questions to the 30-year-old guy they talked to was:  “How do you like to party?” 

His answer:  “Like a rock star, straight up.  A lot of booze and a lot of women is how I like to do it.”

In other answers, the guy also said he’s doing his best to be a good role model for his 8-year-old son.  And, oh yeah, he hopes to become a high school coach or health teacher.  

For their own good,  some people just shouldn’t talk to the media.


About Gerry

I've been covering Connecticut news and sports since 1974. I know, I don't look that old.
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6 Responses to Career Goals

  1. pete says:

    i always loved to pick a few random personal ads, circle them in red, and leave it in the cafe for the next person to find… it’s great fun. i’ve been hoping someone might continue the tradition for me, like the fellow who leave cognac at Poe’s graveside on his birthday…

  2. Li'l Em-Kel says:

    This cat may like to party like a rock star, but I feel certain that if his son ever needs him he’ll “be there for him.”

  3. Rick D says:

    Yeah, He be there for his son if he can get the strange woman out of his bed and if his hangover is not too disabling. Gerry ..You should read the one from the week before. I love TMI!!

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