Noah should work here on Young and the Restless
Have mercy on poor Noah Newman in The Young and the Restless. He is such an incredible photographer, graphic designer, artist and multimedia expert that he had barely set foot in Genoa City before he was bombarded with job offers.
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Of course, these came from his grandfather, his uncle, his sister’s girlfriend and his dad. But that’s just a coincidence. He would have received all these pleas even if his last name was not Newman! What work should he accept for free? What over 4,000 voters had to say:
Go work for your dad, 60% of the public urges it. Nicholas Newman (Joshua Morrow) is exactly what you want to be. An independent agent, who made his own fortune and success independent of his father. All he did was take millions from his trust fund and turn it into a successful business, all on his own. Noah (Rory Gibson) could take a lesson!
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Of course, being an independent artist is difficult, 33% of you sympathize. He will never know where his next commission will come from, he will never know when he will be paid or if he will be able to make rent at the end of the month. Poor Noah will only have his own millions in trust funds to fall back on. Yet you believe in him and trust him to manage the risk.
two are better than one
Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) and Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) only got 7% of the vote. They’re corporate and boring and stodgy and old-fashioned. Noah is young and hip and his own man. If he works for Adam and Victor, he won’t be able to express himself like he did with Tessa Porter’s (Cait Fairbanks) album cover… which he designed for the corporate publishing label of Devon Hamilton (Bryton James). But it was different. He’s still a rebel!
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