Dana's Dailies

Dailies for 05.31.2011

100 Years From Now – Arnaud Jean-Baptiste

Dana @ 6:50 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Arnaud Jean-Baptiste

Age:

26 years old

Where are you from:

Born and raised in New York.

Where do you live:

Now, I’m living in Brooklyn.

Occupation:

I am the Maitre D’ over at Balthazar.

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

It’s  very simple.  Just being honest.  Just being a good person.  I feel like now there’s a lot of people being two-faced.  It’s hard to find good honest people.  So, just being honest and being myself is what I would like to be remembered for and I don’t think that’s a lot to ask for.  I feel like it’s something I should be able to accomplish.

 

 

Dailies for 05.30.2011

100 Years From Now – Jonathan Oatis

Dana @ 9:39 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Jonathan Oatis

Age:

57 years old

Where are you from:

Manhattan

Where do you live:

Brooklyn (Boerum Hill)

Occupation:

I’m a Financial Journalist.

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

For starting a good family.

Dailies for 05.29.2011

100 Years From Now – Diane Oatis

Dana @ 9:03 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Diane Otis

Age:

55 years old

Where are you from:

I was born and raised in New Jersey.

Where do you live:

Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

Occupation:

I am a Magazine Copy Editor.

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

Just the fact that I cared about the things that I was involved in.  I cared about the people that I associated with and I cared about the work that I did.

 

Dailies for 05.28.2011

100 Years From Now – Jay Oatis

Dana @ 10:10 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Jay Oatis

Age:

19 years old

Where are you from:

Brooklyn, New York

Where do you live:

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Occupation:

I’m a Dance Major.  I’ll be a Sophomore at Temple University

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

Probably just for moving truthfully…

Dailies for 05.27.2011

100 Years From Now – Clyde Smith

Dana @ 9:44 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Clyde Smith

Age:

49 years old

Where are you from:

Trinidad and Tobago

Where do you live:

Brooklyn

Occupation:

I’m a Super and a Manager.

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

As a good person.  Nothing much.  As a kind and generous person.  That’s the most.

 

Dailies for 05.26.2011

100 Years From Now – Guilherme Nogueira

Dana @ 10:21 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Guilherme Nogueira

Age:

24 years old

Where are you from:

Rio de Janiero, Brazil

Where do you live:

New York

Occupation:

I bar tend.

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

For the joy that I try to bring to people’s lives.

 

Dailies for 05.25.2011

100 Years From Now – Bidor Al Matadi

Dana @ 10:04 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Bidor Al Matadi

Age:

24 years old

Where are you from:

Sudan

Where do you live:

Brooklyn

Occupation:

I am looking for a job.

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

My kindness and for being happy.

Dailies for 05.24.2011

100 Years From Now – Atadia Omer

Dana @ 9:57 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Atadia Omer

Age:

30 years old

Where are you from:

Sudan

Where do you live:

Brooklyn

Occupation:

Just babysitting.

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

For being funny

Dailies for 05.23.2011

100 Years From Now – Atika Alasaid

Dana @ 8:21 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Atika Alasaid

Age:

27 years old

Where are you from:

Sudan

Where do you live:

Brooklyn

Occupation:

I am looking for a job.

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

I want to be remembered for being kind.

Dailies for 05.22.2011

100 Years From Now – Joe Hughes

Dana @ 7:50 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Joe Hughes

Age:

28 years old

Where are you from:

South Jamaica, Queens (New York)

Where do you live:

Brooklyn, New York

Occupation:

I am an Assistant Editor for DC Comics

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

Well I’d like to be remembered for being good at my job but aside from that, I suppose I want people to look back and when they think about me think that I made their lives better somehow.  I don’t exactly know how but I’d like for people to look abck and say that “Joe helped us.  He made us happier”.

 

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