|Both versions list a delicious recipe for branzino|
|Here's how Jack wrapped it...brilliant!|
I had to stay late for a work event--a barbecue followed by a live band performance. Once people were done eating, I shuttled them from the food to the music in a six passenger golf cart. This proved most enjoyable for the following reasons:
1) My dream profession--listed here previously--is zoo tram operator. I am getting closer.
2) I had no horn, so in order to shoo people away on the sidewalk, I bellowed in a high British accent, "You there, umm, excuse me. (throat clear)
3) I gave people rides to the entertainment who were not part of the work event. They were the privileged few who sneered at the commoners on foot.
4) I exchanged tacit waves with other workers for the music event who did not have anything to do with my work event. It's like, "Hey brotha, I got you." And I'm like, "On the flip side, homeskillet." It's kind of like the waves bus drivers exchange with one another when they pass.
5) I got to impress a few septuagenarians with polite small talk about cities and weather.
-Profession: Educational activism
-Favorite food color: Yellow #5 in Mountain Dew
-You currently play collegiate baseball. Are there any times in a ball game when you really do want a belly-itcher?: Absolutely. I pitch and when you're a pitcher you get more downtime. It would be nice to have someone scratch my belly.
-You enjoy cooking. In your highly-esteemed culinary opinion, what, if any, is the missing ingredient in a batch of stone soup?: Love. People are bringing only what they can find. The love nurtures the soup. It's what makes my grandmother's cooking so good.
-You work for a group called the Global Ethics Leadership Society, whose acronym is GELS. Are you gellin'?: Definitely like Magellan. We put out a lot of programs and you have to be gellin' to make all of them work well.