Published May 24, 2010

Out of work, you hit the streets looking for fast cash

You look for a dog or job
You look for a dog or job

Having completed your work for Wright State University, you get out of bed and start looking for leads for you next job. After all, if you’re going to move in with your girlfriend, you’re going to need some spending money.

You see a sign on a telephone pole at the end of your street promising a reward for a lost chocolate lab. “Seems like a better gig than any of this bullshit on Craig’s List,” you say to yourself about many things in life but especially this opportunity to find a family’s beloved run away dog. “I’ll do it!”

You scout around all day for that dog. You look indoors and outdoors. You even try putting an ad in the paper offering a smaller reward for this dog. By high noon, you’re beat, and you retire home to watch the LOST finale, but you’re not quite sure what to make of it.

You decide to: