My City of Sins

“I love the transience of this city. I work with tourists every single day, and I love that I will meet them, impact this moment in their lives and possibly never see them again. I love that my job is to make someone’s night incredible – that someone may actually experience one of the best nights of their lives (at a show, in a club, dancing, raving, partying, hugging their groomsmen or kissing their brides) and I’ll be part of making it, and that it’s just another night for me. I get to witness everybody’s joy, I get to try to fix the fuck ups. I’m not the protagonist – I’m never the protagonist – I’m helping them on their adventure.”

Read more at Taste it Twice.

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3 thoughts on “My City of Sins

  1. Rarely has anyone managed to express the essence of the amazing, disturbing, cognitive dissonance that is this little apart (sic) of the world – yet you have, bravo!

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