If you don't know who Gene Honda is, well, you're just not trying hard enough.
Honda can been seen -- and mostly heard -- in so many places inside and outside of Chicago, it's almost impossible to miss him.
"I'm getting the chance to do a lot of fun things that I would never have dreamed of," said Honda, a 59-year-old lifelong Chicagoan. "It's funny, there are certain points where you're reminded of it. Things like when Thunderstruck starts at White Sox games, when they do the national anthem at Blackhawks games, when you walk into a cavernous facility like AT&T Stadium in Dallas. You're reminded that you're pretty darn lucky to be able to do all these things."
Anyone that's ever looked for a job likely has been advised to keep the resume short and concise. Honda would be the exception.
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