We have a red-headed copywriter. His name is Chris. He likes Jaws. And making enemies. We decided he was worthy of our interview process.
CurrentMarketing: What are you doing?
Chris Haberman: Working
CM: What else?
CH: Working on working on something else until I finish what I am working on.
CM: What’s your favorite website?
CM: [Eye roll] Now, really, what’s your favorite site?
CM: Jesus is not a website, Chris.
CH: Okay! Retrojunk.com, which you should check out. 80s nostalgic junk.
CM: Where is your dock located?
CH: My doctor?
CM: Oh, you have a PC.
Luke (from afar): What a loser!
CM: What icon do you click most?
CM: What is the prettiest icon, in your opinion?
CM: MySpace? Facebook? LinkedIn? Eons?
CH: I have a Myspace page. I have a Facebook page, but I hardly ever go on.
CM: What’s your problem?
CH: People keep asking me questions all day and I can’t get anything done.
Truth in Advertising
The year was 1909. The US Army bought the first military aircraft from the Wright Brothers, Sigmund Freud lectured in NYC, and the Manhattan Bridge