So my latest amazing idea, which raises money for a worthwhile charity*, is to allow people to pay $350 for a day of my services. Simply write a check (in US dollars or Japanese yen equivalent) that clears and you’ll earn 8 hours of my time for the requested day, provided I’m not at Citadel Mall signing autographs. Want me to work a week at Waffle House? Call Wanda to set it up, hand me $1,750, and in no time you’ll be ordering as many scattered, smothered, and covered hashbrowns with a side of Belgian waffles as your immune system can handle before sumitting to diabetes. Prefer to see my cut your grass and clean your gutters? That can be arranged too. The only restriction to this whole pick a job for a day thing is it can’t endanger my life (and if it’s something like having me paint your house, obviously you get what you pay for). Now, in order for this to really work I think I need to get sponsors for large chunks of time (because one of the biggest monkey wrenches in this entire idea is that I have this pesky respectable job that tends to get in the way).
So the ball’s in your court, oh masochistic readers. Find somebody with money to burn and the desire to want to play real-life Sims, and shoot me an e-mail. Obviously I will request 2-3 weeks paid leave, and, if the job involves you asking me to walk up and down Spruill Avenue at ANY time of day, a full police escort.
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