Hello folks, let’s chat…Interesting story out of Kentucky. A man was in the middle of a job interview at Chuck E. Cheese when he up and decided to go in a different direction– career wise. That’s when he surprised the manager by announcing that he had a gun and he wanted to rob the place! Granted, I suppose he could’ve been trying to demonstrate his willingness to take charge of a situation, but on a list of things not to do during a job interview, threatening to pull a gun has to rank near the top.
Kudos to the manager who calmly replied that he didn’t have access to the safe and it’d be best for the conflicted applicant to leave immediately, which he did. Authorities are still searching for the multi-tasking villain. He didn’t even apply across the street; I include that info because it proves the fellow wasn’t serious about gainful employment.
Heads up, y’all, I realize I’m likely to hear from someone or a number of someones who will want to scold me for having fun with a report involving an armed suspect, even if no one got hurt. Don’t waste your emails. I mean that in the nicest way, but I refuse to give up my sense of humor. We all lose if we all forget how to laugh. Besides, I had something of a flashback when I read this story and you just know I’ve got to get it out of my head.
As much as our grands love Chuck E. Cheese, and they do, my man and I are in no hurry to revisit that kiddie casino in this lifetime. No offense Chucky, but the last time we took the ATS Bellerinas we spent a trillion dollars helping them win nine gazillion tickets. In the end, our final tally allowed the girls to choose their prizes from the bottom row of the glass display case. For the uninitiated, that’d be the entry level prize case where they exchanged all of our hard-earned skeet ball money, I mean tickets, for four plastic bugs and two suckers. Yeah, the irony wasn’t lost on us either.