Architect, of course.
Head baseball coach at Pepperdine
Then I'd try to make friends with 15fan.
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover."
~ Mark Twain
First "Redszone approved" Reds third baseman in the history of the game.
"Bring on Rod Stupid!"
Movie director. And not some Indie movie guy; I want to do studio films. Think Scorsese...hell I would even settle for being a Michael Bay.
That hit was plenty fair. Atleast by a quarter of an inch.
For many years I wrote about economics/investment themes.
Romantically, I could go back to that, until I remember the exasperation of not having a good topic to write about with the deadline looming.
No job's perfect. I'll keep my current one.
"A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky, dangerous animals and you know it."
General Manager of a baseball team or the Bengals. I do have a better resume than any current Bengals GM...oh wait.
Follow me on twitter @EricLilly7
Check out my Reds blog! Hit me up with any advice on it at anytime, it's always appreciated.
King of the world. I'd set thing right.
I used to think I wanted to be a sportswriter. But I've talked to and read about them enough to know its not that it all that its cracked up to be.
Pay attention to the open sky
Dream job, eh?
I'd like to be the #4 pitcher in the Cincinnati Reds starting rotation...and I'd like to pitch like Bob Gibson's 1968 season...yeaH! 34 starts, 28 complete games, 13 shutouts! Put that behind Harang, Volquez, and Arroyo. Reds World Series Championship!
After I retire from pitching, I'd want Ty Pennington's job. Travelling the country helping people who need help...you gotta love that!
"Okay you guys, pair up in threes!" --Yogi Berra
My dream job?
I'd start out working the night shift as a security guard. My job would be boring and there would be nothing to do, so I'd write books because I am a really smart guy. What I write is extremely revolutionary and many people begin believing my ideas. Eventually, I am so well regarded I get hired by the best franchise in sports, but I continue to put out crap and make a ton of money...
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"On-base percentage is great if you can score runs and do something with that on-base percentage," Baker said. "Clogging up the bases isn't that great to me."
Beat writer for the Reds. Would get paid to watch baseball, would get to see all the parts, and travel to parts of the country that I've always wanted to see.
The PBP radio person for any MLB team. That would just a great job. The Reds would be my first choice of course since I have been a lifelong fan but I would take any team.
Reds Fan Since 1971
Today I would have to say most any job not involving talking on the phone.
Photographer, SI Swimsuit issue.
The Rally Onion wants 150 fans before Opening Day.