Sunday, December 27, 2009

Someone You Should Know -OR- Not Likely to Become a Celebrity

Among the countless ponds, where people tend to toil, largely unnoticed, there are teeming multitudes of lesser egos who lend, rather than sell, their talents doing the million thankless tasks. Their aspirations are modest. They may dream of being a best-selling author, syndicated columnist or political cartoonist, but they aren't ready to give up their day job just yet. Cream doesn't always rise. Sometimes it settles. For whatever reasons, they find a niche and are in no rush to seek greener grass.

Marc Stopek is one of those people, but through the miracle of the inter tubes, I can give you a peek into his realm.

Stopek/Wed. Journal Inc.

1 comment:

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