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As A Kid, He REALLY Wanted To Work At Jurassic Park. He Rediscovered His Dossier Today

When we were kids, we were constantly asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” It seemed like the question on everyone”s mind. Some of us wind up with our dream careers, and some of us don”t, but no matter where we end up, the passion we felt for our first dream job never really goes away.

This young man recently recovered his childhood dossier a folder filled to the brim with his former plans of working at Jurassic Park. He wanted to work at the park so fervently that he created this elaborate compendium of information about what he would do, what dinosaurs he would oversee, and even who his boss would be! Now that”s dedication.

This binder held all of his prehistoric hopes and dreams.

This binder held all of his prehistoric hopes and dreams.

He turned the front page into a dino dream board.

He turned the front page into a dino dream board.

After that, the madness begins.

After that, the madness begins.

Michael listed his employment essentials, like his employee number, Jeep number, salary requirements ($50,000 per day seems pretty reasonable), and even what type of park access he would have.

Michael listed his employment essentials, like his employee number, Jeep number, salary requirements ($50,000 per day seems pretty reasonable), and even what type of park access he would have.

He included a map that lays out where all of the dinosaurs are situated in the park.

He included a map that lays out where all of the dinosaurs are situated in the park.

He even made a helpful list of all the dinosaurs on the island so he could make sure everyone was accounted for.

He even made a helpful list of all the dinosaurs on the island so he could make sure everyone was accounted for.

He wrote down all of his duties as a programmer at Jurassic Park.

He wrote down all of his duties as a programmer at Jurassic Park.

He then drew his Jeep, complete with license plate number and custom tires.

He then drew his Jeep, complete with license plate number and custom tires.

Michael also drew a picture of his helicopter, because any Jurassic Park employee worth his salt has a helicopter.

Michael also drew a picture of his helicopter, because any Jurassic Park employee worth his salt has a helicopter.

He designed a jungle ride to keep the patrons entertained.

He designed a jungle ride to keep the patrons entertained.

He made plans for a Jurassic Park air balloon ride, complete with all of the specifications. He even included a model for the ride in case you needed a visual.

He made plans for a Jurassic Park air balloon ride, complete with all of the specifications. He even included a model for the ride in case you needed a visual.

He created a strangely intricate map of the park”s power grid and security system.

He created a strangely intricate map of the park

This employee correspondence letter proves that Michael is a team player.

This employee correspondence letter proves that Michael is a team player.

He also included detailed renderings of the computers he would use on the job.

He also included detailed renderings of the computers he would use on the job.

The end of his dossier includes a notes section that appears to be empty, even though everything before this is documented with insane detail.

The end of his dossier includes a notes section that appears to be empty, even though everything before this is documented with insane detail.

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And this isn”t even the whole thing. To view the whole packet (which includes more fake correspondence letters and drawings of the park) go to Michael M”s Twitter. You can also see the binder in its entirety on Imgur.

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