Putting My Experience
I was awarded a scholarship for academic excellence by the Northern Territory Government, which I used to obtain a bachelors degree in pharmacy. Afterwards, I worked in the family construction and property business, while working at night time in the entertainment industry. I have run nightclubs, trained DJs, masters of ceremony, promoters, and run an entertainment business personally.
Throughout all of my work, I wrote extensively on the internet, and have been described as everything from satirist, to comedian, to social commentator. Really, I just like to write about interesting things, and talk nicely with people.
A few years ago I became notorious when protesting against the swine flu vaccine, which was part of the childhood vaccine schedule that was suspended Australia wide. Back then, I didn't know that medical licensing boards were full of politicians in disguise, and so proposed that I apologise for using the technical definition of the word "pharmacist", even though I have a degree in pharmacy and therefore am a pharmacist.
If I had known that the people on the licensing board were just politicians in disguise, I might have suggested that I apologise for using the technical definition of the word pharmacist right after they apologise for being quiet as a mouse while the childhood vaccine schedule was suspended.
Overall, I'm grateful for the experience, because it taught me to look closely at exactly what words people said, and exactly how they behaved when no one was looking. Doing so helps me understand what a person truly is, rather than only looking at their job title, university qualification, or what political party they might be in.