} Marge went through several career changes before
} she finally met Homer and settled down. When she
} was 15, she dropped out of high school and became
} a manicurist. She did quite well at this, and in
} the course of 3 years rose to the level of super-
} visor. (As an aside, Marge was the one who trained
} Lorena Bobbitt. This is one of the reasons Homer
} doesn't give her too much lip.)
} As a supervisor, though, Marge found she had to do
} a great deal of paperwork, and she no longer cared
} for the job. She started looking for a different
} line of work. First she applied for a job as a
} telemarketer, but she was turned down because she
} couldn't fit the little headset over her hair.
} She tried working in several retail establishments
} as a checkout clerk (including a women's clothing
} store, a grocery, and even a gas station), but
} each time, she quickly got bored and left.
} Eventually, she landed a job as a dispatcher for
} the fire department. 6 months later, she was fired
} after she mistakenly sent the fire engines to 4980
} East Main St. instead of 4980 West Main St. She
} then did a brief stretch as the host of a radio
} talk show. She was great at the talking part, but
} listeners complained to the station about her choice
} of subjects, so her show was cancelled after 7 weeks.
} Following that, Marge worked for about a year and
} a half tending 2 to 4 year olds at a day-care
} center, a job which gave her valuable skills in
} child raising, as is evident in her own children.
} This job was only in the mornings, however, so
} she moonlighted as an aide at a venereal disease
} It was at the clinic that she met Homer, and the
} rest is well known to all.
} You owe the Oracle a job application and a good