I'm a very noticeable, recognizable person. This isn’t me bragging. I’m very tall (about 6’5”), very big, very heavy (screw you if you think I’m telling you how heavy), with a shaved head, tattoos and visible scars. Suffice it to say that if I were at a given place, people there would be able to describe me very accurately. I’m extremely memorable and rememberable.
Which is highly unfortunate. You see, I would be a very good criminal. I’m a genius, which easily could translate into criminal genius. I know I could get away with all kinds of crimes and dastardly deeds ... if only I were nondescript.
You see, if I were hard to remember, I would be able to get away with all kinds of stuff. I could orchestrate heists, plan brilliant thefts, boost cars and get away, literally, with murder. But I’m too recognizable
If I robbed a jewelry store, I’d be very easy to pick out of a lineup. You can’t steal cars if everyone remembers you. Hard to skulk around and be sneaky and criminal when you’re a giant, white, shaven-skulled, massive man. Hell, little children could I.D. me.
Oh well; the world lost out on a superior criminal. *sigh*
Random Guam Fact Of The Day:
• At one point, the United States gave serious thought to making Guam a part of Hawaii's statehood movement. Guam would have become a county of Hawaii ... located a good 3,800 miles away. Needless to say, the idea didn't go very far.