I always imagined I was a baseball play by play man when I was a kid.I mean I love my job to death - but to be like Jack Brickhouse, Vin Scully, Harry Carey or Jack Buck - man, that would be an awesome job.
as long as I didn't have to do other sports on the side.
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When I was REAL young (i'm talking 6 or 7), I wanted to be a garbageman. It must've been a phase, because a couple of my friends I've talked to wanted to do that when they were young too. In fact, my family still picks on me about wanting to be a garbageman.
Young kids always want to be a garbageman. I think it's because from their perspective, a garbageman seems to work only 1 day a week. And they think, hey, that's not so bad.
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Staff Writer/Co-Producer for either The Simpsons or Arrested Development. The pay wouldn't be insanely great or anything, but at least I'd be hanging around some of the funniest people in the world while working.
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Slightly off-topic but since old and crappy but still excellent video games have been mentioned, I wasn't the only person here to have played Oregon Trail, was I? Perhaps I'm overstating it's popularity outside of my six year old realm.