When JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater
quit his job in the most dramatic way of all time, did he know he would be a champion for millions of disgruntled Americans who wished they could do the same?
What's next for our working class hero? We can only imagine ...
A reality show is a must for anyone teetering on the edge of "almost" celebrity. Perhaps, Slater could host a show in which contestants compete to see who can quit their job in the most foul-mouthed manner (although this program would have to be postponed until people actually had jobs to quit).
The Situation wrote a self-help book, so why shouldn't Slater? He's already had to come clean about overcoming many of his personal struggles -- he's HIV positive, he's a recovering alcoholic, and his mother has lung cancer. Why not get paid for it?
A movie about Slater's heroic feat would surely win an Oscar. Possible actors to play Slater include: Will Ferrell. Michael Kors. Ian Ziering.
Slater and Lindsay Lohan have one big thing in common: a dramatic, public F-U moment. Will the flight attendant be forced to follow in LiLo's footsteps and do a stint in jail and rehab?
At the very least, the guy needs a Twitter account -- so we can follow each and every move of our future President.
What do you think will happen next for Steven Slater?