It was career day at Roosevelt Elementary School and every classroom was bursting with excitement. The students took turns sharing with their peers the future plans they secretly harbored behind their bright eyes that sparkled with hope, each spoken ambition greater than the one before it. At last it was little Johnny's turn. "And what do you want to be when you grow up, Johnny?" the kind teacher asked. "Oh," replied Johnny, "I want to be a detriment to society, not apply myself, and hate the life choices I make."