There are a nearly-infinite number of similarly fanciful digressions on the web; they have their place. But this is barely more than the 'cute animal pictures' explicitly discouraged in the HN guidelines.
This has everything it needs to be liked. Does it deserve it? Probably not. Does it have to? I guess every programmer needs a few laughs in a day.
I found your headline off putting, mostly because it reminded me of something I'd see on reddit now days (hyperbolic "best" and "ever"). You seem to have your reasons for sharing, and I would have liked to have seen at least some of those in the headline. I think a better headline would have made the submission more interesting and relevant to the HN audience.
If I am to write a title for this HN submission it'd be:
A CV of a text designer.
edit: also, the CV page won't load in my browser because of the broken markup. Not the best way to attract employers, if you asked me.
It's a cute little story, though. I'll give him that much.