It never changes….

So i have been part of the working force since i was about 15 and a half. I have worked at Bugle Boy, Sirens, Express & Structure (before it turned into Express for Men), Pizza Hut, Circuit City, Hawaiian BBQ, Amerihost Inn & Suites, and a bunch of other odd jobs such as LA Times Door to Door Salesperson and an Independent Contractor for Educational Books out on the East Coast.
What i found that each job had incommon no matter how different they are from one another, is drama and the damn gossip. I mean, granted when i had my jobs in the mall back in high school, most of the drama carried over from high school itself and then the stuff i did at work. But i would of have thought if I enter a different field, what some would say a more professional field.
Well once field i dont expect much, and thats the work of Hollywood. I hear gossip even when im working on the red carpet or backstage at a concert. However, the other field that i am not moon lighting as is a Purchase Agent for a Paper Packing Company..
Im not going to say much, but i thought working with other mature adults. I mean mature, the averages of my co workers ages is about over double my own. However, the maturity level of the people is anything but, the gossip that goes on trumps US Weekly, and the drama… well Day Time Soaps has nothing on it. I guess i cant complain since im a fan of it, i mean cmon i do watch The WB a lot. But i guess my only grip is that i cannot control here in this environment since no one is really in my age group. Oh well.. I should get a weekend job somewhere at the Victoria Gardens.. or maybe even Disneyland?? Oh i know theres drama there.. Mickey Mouse is sleeping with Daisy Duck.. Stayed tuned… 😛
As my world turns….

About Anh Nguyen

Anh Nguyen is a Los Angeles based freelance photographer. Over the past six years, he has covered various concerts, movie premieres, red carpets, parties, and events. A southern California native, Anh attended UCLA and holds a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and a minor in Accounting. In addition to photography, he is currently pursuing his license as a CPA and hopes to go law school. Adding to his many interests, Anh also loves to cook and has worked as a line cook for Food Network's celebrity chef Scott Conant's restaurant, Scarpetta, in Beverly Hills.