I started out on this new path about three years ago with every intent that I could, if I applied myself, become a Global Adventure Humor Writer.
But I soon discovered that the flaw in my plan was that three out of four might be a problem when the aspect I severely lacked was the item that would result in me becoming the worldwide acclaim of my desires, that being I would need to actually write.
So in lieu of making the legitimate attempt in this new career path, I decided to become a worldwide published bloggerist.
That is given the fact that, by definition, anything put on the so-called World Wide Web is, in fact, a worldwide published whatever. (You DID know that is what the “WWW” stands for in the WWW dot anything, right?)
And more importantly; no queries to write, no editors to insult my writing prowess, no all-night crying sessions when I get yet another rejection letter.
I do, therefore I am, kind of Zen truthiness, you know.
While the Godfather of my blogging career, such as it is, can be read (to your great benefit) over at Singlebarbed.com, I have found a few other blogmeisters who have been great inspirations to my aspirations.
One in particular, in all rights, should be a serious candidate for the Merit of Freedom award for his dedication and support of aptly-named, quality micro-brew beer, the trend-setting, news-making Troutunderground.com site.
It was there that I recently discovered the search for someone looking for The Best Job In The World.
While many others are already laying claim to this six-month dream job, I should be a shoe-in, given my self-described Global Adventure Humor credentials (yeah, I had to drop the fourth label, so as not to be accused of false advertising).
Now, if I can just figure how to fake the video application process…
How long do you think it will take them to realize that I used a Tom Cruise poster for my 60-second shot of fame and fortune?