Psychographically speaking, Jeopardy fits me to a tee. When it comes to trivial knowledge I am a Jack of all trades and Master of none. I know a little about a lot, but not the other way around. A personality flaw that goes a long way to explaining my career choice as an Advertising Writer.
Had I applied myself earlier in life or chosen to actually attend those frigid 8:00 AM Physics classes on the campus of Syracuse University, I might at this very moment, be sitting in a state-of-the-art research lab uncovering new and exciting territory in quantum mechanics.
But that's not where I am.
Right now, I'm in my home office, sipping nuked coffee and making light of an unfortunately named 12-year old girl who will go on to high school and suffer endless teasing and constant taunting about her sexual orientation.
"I'll take Self-Loathing for $200, Alex."