Besides the fact that they’re an organization of some kind called Wolf Pack, of course.
OK. So I was in the local Starbucks yesterday, local being east side Escondido. I heard a man come in and introduce himself to a woman seated at the next table, and being engrossed in a crossword I assume it’s a sort of very casual blind date. I pay no further attention, not noticing when another man arrives but overhearing later that they are both interviewing the woman. Or rather, the first man is mainly doing the interviewing while the second one is taking notes and interjecting comments and assents from time to time.
I couldn’t hear any specifics and I didn’t really want to eavesdrop. At the same time, though, I began to ask myself if I’d like to be interviewed for a job in such a public place, and quickly answered back that I wouldn’t. And it didn’t seem 100% considerate or appropriate. One can’t help being distracted by a job interview going on within earshot.
And as I left, I saw the three for the first time. All of them seemed to be fairly or quite young, from just out of college to about the early thirties, and the two men looked quite conservative in short traditional haircuts, polos, and khakis. If we assume it was a regular job interview–which I’m not sure it was–some conservatism in appearance is understandable. Yet even in that case it seems over the top for a Saturday. If it wasn’t a job interview but more like some kind of other hierarchical organization or association, it seems even more over the top.
And one of the guys was wearing a gold-colored polo with the legend “Wolf Pack”. OK, so the name wasn’t really in Comic Sans, but that was as close as I could get to the cursive style on the shirt. And it was definitely styled as two separate words.
So far I haven’t found anything online, either in Wikipedia or with any of the most likely first guesses as to what their URL would be.
So what the heck is Wolf Pack? An Amway type sales organization? Some sort of religious outfit devoted to charity or missionary work? Or some other kind of social service outfit? The name seems a tad…aggressive for those things, but then we don’t even know if that’s actually what they do.