Ted Rall for April 26, 1997
Woman: You'll never find a job as a lawyer. There are too many lawyers already! Lawyer: Bummer. Woman: There isn't any demand for doctors. HMD's you know. Doctor: Right Woman: All the factory jobs have gone overseas. So don't forget blue-collar work. Factory worker: Gotcha. Woman: Grad school is pointless. Universities aren't hiring professors anymore. Student: Okay. Woman: With the cold war over, engineering gigs are virtually non-existent. Engineer: Understood. Woman: They don't need actors anymore, now that we have computer animation. Actor: Uh-huh. Woman: You'll never earn a living playing music. The record labels are too spineless. Musician: Check. Woman: Cartooning's dead, Newspapers just won't pay for cartoonists anymore. Cartoonist: Really?