One day in October, the citizens of Windsor, Ont., woke to find a large shrub in the city’s riverfront garden had been pruned into the shape of a penis. Then it happened again, drawing the attention of late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel. Now, the mysterious phallus-obsessed landscape artist has performed a third act: Writing the word ‘penis’ in the garden, with garland-like plants. This time the City of Windsor’s executive director of parks and facilities has had quite enough. But instead of vowing vengeance, John Miceli is trying to coax the guerrilla gardener out of the shadows with a job — or at least a volunteer position. Mr. Miceli spoke with the Post‘s Sarah Boesveld
There’s something incredibly heartening about having a job interview where you actually don’t completely blow it. One in which, instead, you do very well, and they’re laughing and nodding along to the answers you are giving. One which ends with an inquiry about how much notice you would need to fly there for a second interview.
Just that minor success renders all those other abysmal interviews I’ve done into practice.