Thursday, January 29, 2009

Fun with Google: Part 1?

To get my job, now that it's legit, I gots ta update the resume. Time to hit the Googles. Citizen's League, check. Language Arts, check. But wait! There's more!

You may or may not know that I got skills. Yup. I sure do. Perhaps you can't think of a single one, but I did recently earn honorable mention in a photography competition that was judged by impartial professional photographers. It's true. Here's the evidence.

Why is the hubster smelling his fingers? Beyond the mystery, there's not much else to recommend this photo. I presumed I was offering it up for a beginning of the year slide show for his department and didn't realize that there was a judicial process involved. Mine was the first honorable mention. Of course I have a beginning of the alphabet sort of name and so far as I know every entrant won at least an honorable mention. Whatever. I'm totally putting it on my resume.

Once, I had an article published. Yup. I sure did. In it I provided basic information featuring the Canada goose. I bet you thought it was Canadian, but that's not the case. Here's the proof.

Let me just say, the article is well and heavily edited. I don't know anything about the Canada goose. The publication resulted from me begging Outdoor Oklahoma for a writing gig. My dream of running away to NYC to work on a high-gloss magazine was just beginning to fade. Just as well because as surely as video killed the radio star, Internet killed the printing press. Regardless, I'm going to put this on my resume too.

My favorite Google result is the following:
Rebecca Ballenger's, Martha Stein's and Mary Sweeney's vaginal images are seductively soft, yet menacing creatures with a life of their own (especially ...

If only I had the log-in. On first read, it seems that our vaginae are soft and menacing as revealed by images. Then it can also read as though we captured images of other soft and menacing vaginae. Oh, if only either one was true, then perhaps I could retire and avoid putting a resume together at all.

1 comment:

  1. So, being me, I momentarily merged in my mind the stories of Canadian geese, soft and menacing vaginal images, and Jesse smelling his fingers. I'm arguing this is because creative minds work that way, but might cop to mere mental laziness.

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