People come up with the weirdest conclusions
I was talking with a client of mine earlier this morning regarding new business and one of the houses I had seen for her earlier in the month. She stopped me cold by asking me how old I am. This is a question I had not run across before from a business standpoint.
Seeing as how age is irrelevant and I didn't want to get involved in a discrimination case, I was a bit taken aback. But I answered nonetheless. 33.
She then proceeded to explain why she was even asking. One of the homeowners I had met had told her that I was a 19 year old Appalachian State student who played his music loud.
I can see where I might confuse some people, considering I am the father of 1 with another on the way and an Appalachian grad. So sue me for playing my music too loud!
It must be my baby face. Considering I still get carded for beer and smokes, I can understand the 19 year old look. It's a curse.
And if it's too loud, you're too old.
But I think the real problem was the fact that it wasn't country music that was blaring from the speakers of my car.