You're the first air traffic controller ever to direct an aircraft directly into your own tower. At least you won't be alive to face the repercussions.
You're a radar controller. You make good money but you're a little afraid of the dark.
You control air traffic at a small airport in a small town. The good news: You don't have to worry about directing any jumbo jets. The bad news: It's a 2-hour drive to the nearest movie theater.
You are a tower controller at LAX. Your life is a hectic and stressful one, but you make bank and are generally happy. And at least you're directing Los Angeles' air traffic, and not the kind on its freeways.
You are an air traffic controller in DC and have often had the opportunity to direct Air Force One, bringing it safely onto the runway. When people ask what you do, you say, "I save the President's life." A bit overboard there, but okay.