Angles & Divisions: Staring Tom Hanks' son Chester Hanks

Posted by Kyle Jacobson , Thursday, July 1, 2010 6:17 PM

There are many things in life that inspire. It is just a matter of finding yours. It may be something so close. It may be something you have to work at until your face falls off, but we all have our own. I find inspiration in my predecessors, in Rembrandt, in Seuss, in writers, dreamers, achievers. The stories have been written. The inspiration is there. But how can we find it?
              I am about to tell you the biggest secret in the universe, bigger than the future and the past put together. The key to finding your own inspiration to carry you from moment to moment, from bus stop to bus stop, from poor to rich, and rich to poor, and even from Milli to Vanilli, is finding out what doesn't inspire you. I am the perfect example. While in my youth I pursued a supply of different career options. First it was a magician, then a warehouse salesman, then a microscope veterinarian, followed with my invention of the cheese blanket was the apple un-appler. None of those quite gave me motivation, some even gave me Chlamydia. I kept fighting though and I still haven't quit. I have only metaphorically and phorically made some pit stops for some peach-o's. Only to quickly get on the trail again to tackle the beast they call, for a lack of a better word, feelinglikeanorangepeelitis. Maybe some of you have been affected by him. Symptoms include: lack of self-motivation, extreme laziness, terrible oral hygiene, uncontrollable consumption of Ramen Noodles, and constant paranoia of close friends and siblings "motivating" you to do something with your life. If you feel any of these symptoms please call the "Help, I'm not going to make it past 30" Hotline, using the following number: 7.

                                           Ethanolly,
                                                          Kyle
                                                         

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