Today, just now, a Fiat registry guy wanted to know what the phone number and email are for the car collector in Guatemala is. https://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2017/02/the-only-car-collection-in-guatemala.html
Day before yesterday, someone asked me for the name of the guy who made a truck bed that I photographed at SEMA 2010. https://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2010/11/superbly-custom-re-engineered-truck-bed.html
The truck at SEMA took 10 minutes https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rize-Industries/145746205470111?hc_ref=ARTWGSoHZxYiEzPP7QkP-ueUX_AuLxZuEFgLU1PqsAybNKAXVc4fEBiRoanh9wpq9A8&fref=tag
the collector in Guatemala took 30 https://blindamax.com/-_Blindamax_Guatemala_-/Contacto.html
Maybe I should just go get a job with a detective agency. Or not. No one wants to PAY for the info, so, there really isn't any job in it.
And I'm really annoyed by people asking me to spend my time to get them info. No. Nope. Nada.
My time? It's for finding FUN or INTERESTING stuff. The POSTING it.
If I wanted to waste time, I'd try to get a better paying job, without getting any more training or education. Right?
Really, why can't people do their own damn homework? And if they want me to do it, why won't they pay?
Do people (complete strangers you never knew existed) email you to ask you to look up stuff? Find them something? Put them in contact with someone else you don't know?
Imagine that happens a couple times a week. What do you do? What should I do?
I sent the image above to the Fiat registry guy, and said, if you want to know the info to contact him, I want to get paid. My time is worth money, is your need to contact the collector worth money to you?