On a hot September evening in 2004, I entered the CN8 studios on Comm. Ave to appear on a career advancement panel for the TV show "Money Matters Today."
I was told there would be two other panelists. Problem was, they ran into travel issues and couldn't make it in time. Looks like it was up to me to fill the entire half-hour segment.
I found this out at the last minute.
No worries. Other than a lot of "it's very important" and "it's very critical" utterances, I hung in there.
Roll the tape (there are three segments):
And even more: