First of all, Greece is forming a new government. I like the ocean, olive oil, seafood, ruins, and good looking men I can’t understand (just don’t talk, all right?). I’m virtually certain there’s a place for me there. Ministry of Fashion? Director of
and Culture? I’m a hard worker, resourceful, and ethical. I can drop the ethical thing if that’s a issue. Some say bribe, I say gift, let’s not split hairs but get this ancient noble country back on its feet. It does mean some of you are going to have to start paying taxes. Sorry. Reading
It's called humanitarian efforts, people
thing is a temp job as it’s a ‘transitional’ government (given how long they’ve been around I imagine their idea of transition is different then ours but at some point it will end) so I need to think long term. Thankfully, a monolith of intelligence has finally awakened to the fact that information professionals aka librarians are quite knowledgeable and very versatile at schussing out difficult to find information. More importantly we’re specifically trained to cull the one million hits of drek you get from any given search into the fifteen usable pieces of info you need. Hello, Greece CIA!
I never thought I would like these guys much less want to work for them but when the mainstream media trumpets the existence of teams of “vengeful librarians” working at the
CIA I know I’ve found nirvana. Get paid to do research AND be a bitch? Stop your search gentlemen, you’re looking at the perfect candidate. And don’t get all uppity about civil liberties, I’m not going to narc out any of my followers. You guys are sacrosanct and that will go in my contract. My neighbors are a different story.
This could be me- it's called disguise for a reason
There you have it. It’s been a tough depressing haul but it looks like my unemployment woes are on the way out. Whether it’s moving abroad and hanging out with the Onassis clan or reading tweets until my eyes bleed, I’m going to be a government employee. See ya!