09 Feb More than the Tie Guy
Jack was a simple guy. Played by the rules…heck he worked at a public library for gosh sake! When Jack was at work, he did his normal functions; made coffee for the staff, sat down in the break room to get a doughnut (supplied by the director of the library every morning) and read the comic section of the local paper. He started his day at 8:30 am. He was lazy. He only kept his job at the circulation department because of his famous neck tie collection.
Working in a library has its advantages. Libraries give you access to thousands of books from which you get thousands of ideas. For someone like me, who likes to write in my free time, this access to ideas is marvelous.
Jack looks up from his notebook to think about what he was doing. A dating website? Had he really come to this? Yes, he had. He typed in a search for dating websites and quickly found out how many links there were. “Wow,” is all Jack could think. All of these people are trying to find someone? He was definitely not alone in the search. Jack clicked on one site with the name ‘Chat First, Talk Later.’ He filled out the questions and submitted it. Be da beep! Jack had his first match.
-Dave (the Tie Guy)