Ever wanted to be a national librarian for a nation of note? Canada needs somebody to do some librarian and will pay around $200,000 Canadian to let you put on the Maple leaf librarian cape and run around with your arms out pronouncing things weird and drinking coffee from Tim Horton's. Probably have you guarded by those guys in the red suits that like to mount stuff. Could be cool.
I often wonder what it's like to be the head of a national movement to preserve a culture and to provide citizens with information, as well as guide a nation's information development with advice and whatever those copyright people do. Has to be a pain in the ass, kinda like being a winning supervillian. I mean, you worked really hard to kill the good guy, you took over the world, now you have to deal with all these dumb problems. Is there something awesome at the top, besides $200,000? Is the control that big of high, knowing you have that much power and just loving the shit out of it? Do you have time to enjoy any of it, or is it just work work work?
I guess what I boiling down here is I find all politicians and administrators confusing and scary and have a base mis-understanding and loathing of ambition. Calm down, people, we all are just running to the grave. Enjoy yourselves.