Friday, June 06, 2008

Job Search


I applied for a job in the oncology department at the University of Utah. I would be pretty much curing Leukemia, but it's so far away. Just a little while ago I got an email informing me of another job opening in Springville. I would be counting how many bacteria there are in factory produced goods, but it's so close. Now I have to decide. Do I cure Leukemia, but go to Salt Lake every day, or do I count bacterial colonies and make the short trip to Springville every day? It's like betting on one of these lobsters. Each lobster has his own unique strengths and weaknesses. Look at the gorgeous stance of Ricardo (right) and the intimidating stare of Brent (left). Which won you ask? The answer is....no one knows. All witnesses were killed during the battle. What we learn from this is that you can't wait to see which wins. You have to pick a winner so that if you die, you can assume you were right. That's the secret to living a healthy life. OPTIMISM sauteed in italian seasoned-four cheese IGNORANCE.

I can't wait for it to be the weekend. The free time I've been craving is just around the corner. I can't wait to get a job and assume that it's the best choice while never knowing or caring if the other one could have been better. I can't wait to eat some taquitos tonight. I can't wait to change the world with the wisdom hidden in this blog post.

4 comments:

karenanderson said...

Good luck with the hard choices. With gas at $4.50 (around here), I'd go for short commute. but maybe I'm lazy....Hope you guys loved Indiana!

Becca said...

Mmm...add some Complacency and you got 5 cheeses!

Kyle said...
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Christy said...

I'll think good bacteria thoughts tomorrow during your interview. I'm not sure if bacteria thoughts will help or hurt you...its a gamble. Good luck!