The Way It Is | News | Salt Lake City | Salt Lake City Weekly

The Way It Is 

Your last day on Earth, with a paralegal

Pin It
Favorite

There is a comet roaring toward the Earth and the news anchor predicts it will smack into our planet and destroy life as we know it. We have one day to live. Chaos ensues; mass suicides, mass orgies and all forms of strange behavior turn the human race into a band of crazed maniacs. City Weekly asked Cheryl Msimang, a paralegal for Lexington Law, what she would do with one day left on Earth:

nn

I would get married. Then I would fly home to Durban, South Africa, go bungee jumping and end the evening with a nice seafood meal at my favorite pub, Keg. I’d eat my fried calamari and garlic snails and look out at the ocean until the end came.

Pin It
Favorite

About The Author

Jonah Owen Lamb

More by Jonah Owen Lamb

  • News: Creature Comfort

    BYU scientists may have dug up a new breed of sauropod.
    • Sep 26, 2007
  • The Way It Is: Kobe Cohen

    Before the information revolution, writers and thinkers like John Dewey and Albert Einstein not only worked in their fields of study but also weighed in on the political, cultural and social issues of their time. City Weekly asked Kobe Cohen, visiting...
    • Sep 26, 2007
  • Politics: Teacher, Teacher

    Voucher foes make for strange bedfellows.
    • Sep 19, 2007
  • More »

Latest in News

  • Fight or Flight

    The Leonardo emerges from rocky financial start, prepares for next phase.
    • Oct 18, 2017
  • 'I Believe in Community Involvement'

    Sim Gill responds to outcry following justified ruling in deadly Patrick Harmon shooting.
    • Oct 11, 2017
  • Quintana's Rule

    Local attorney takes on immigrants' rights.
    • Oct 4, 2017
  • More »

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Readers also liked…

  • Wild and Dead

    Cause of burro deaths a mystery for BLM.
    • Jun 22, 2016
  • Above the Law

    A federal judge stands her ground when a prosecutor seeks special consideration.
    • Apr 6, 2016

© 2017 Salt Lake City Weekly

Website powered by Foundation