News, but not the serious kind
Hey kid, welcome to Stupidville!
I know a lot of you young readers come here for tips on jobs, and I have just become aware of a new career path which I simply cannot recommend.
It turns out, wildlife managers are seeing if they can keep crocodiles from returning to residential neighborhoods by taping magnets to their heads to disrupt their “homing” ability. I am not making this up.
Kids, if you’re at work and you find yourself sticking a magnet to the head of a toothy reptile with packing tape, maybe you should redo your résumé.
The grads I know who have tried this job say there are serious drawbacks. If you don’t believe me, just contact “Stumpy,” “Lefty,” “Hopalong,” “Elbow Willy” and “Scalpless Sutton.”
Of course, as always, if you majored in Creative Writing or Film Studies, you should ignore this advice. Croc-taping could be just what you’ve been looking for.
Actual crocodile magnet photos courtesy of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission