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You think I know stuff, but I don't.

It's been happening for several years.  I'm standing there/walking here/on the phone; even running outside.. when a stranger frantically approaches me and asks for directions.

Yes, this even happened while walking down a busy city street and talking on my phone.   A trucker on the other side of the hwy sticks his head out the window, and asks me the location of a street. Bottom line:  I unintentionally (don't know how/why) create the illusion of knowing stuff.

That would be incorrect.  Giving wrong directions or just plain Not having the answer to their desperate question is my specialty.  I will certainly continue to be a worldwide letdown.  I'm, in fact, the opposite of Mr. WorldWide.(Pitbull.. because I'm a real person and don't hide behind fake posturing and tired cliche's-- sorry back to the subject)
 
Last time I was in Vegas at The Venetian, I was mistaken for a pit boss.  I've walked into backstage all-access concert sections with no pass.   If I was dishonest, earthly, and conscience free.. I could do major damage.

Being approachable is sometimes fun, but part of me wishes I had the off-putting look of an evil scientist.  Maybe I'll overgrow my eyebrows and never pluck my nosehairs.  Yep. Good call.


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06/12/2012 4:54PM
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