WENDELL HUSSEY | Cadet | CONTACT
Will Miller is a pretty friendly guy, who’s often generous with his time.
But, since moving down to the Central West, he’s had that personality trait tested somewhat.
The young bachelor with a love of all things science moved down to Parkes a couple of years ago to work at the Observatory – a CSIRO facility that’s been at the forefront of astronomical discovery thanks to regular upgrades.
However, despite being a pretty run of the mill STEM job, it’s drawn Miller a fair amount of attention from local women in the area, who often get their wires a little bit crossed.
“Yeah, it happened again laughed night,” laughed the young man to our paper.
“A mate of a mate bailed me up and started asking what her month’s gonna play out like.”
“Because I look at the stars for a job,” he sighed.
“And whether her sister was gonna stop being a bitch anytime soon.”
“I contemplated just going with it again, but it was a fair weekend and I was out of steam.”
Miller explained that while he had a basic understanding of the star signs and some of their traits, he can only muster so much psychic analysis before getting out of his depth.
“So I just explained the difference between Astronomy and Astrology.”
“She did do her best to pretend like she hadn’t completely lost interest, which is nice.”
“But I moved things on pretty quickly.”
“And I look forward to doing it all over again before the week is out,” he laughed.