"I'm going to rob this bank...and then automatically stop at this red light."
But it did get me thinking about who would be so petty as to pull real life and real reputations into an online discussion where my arguement should be my words and not whether I'd stake my job on it.
I don't know about you, but I don't go around my office discussing politics, sex, religion, or any polarizing topics. My opinions on those are something I try to keep separate from my professional relationships. My personality isn't defined by my opinions on topical subjects; I don't find myself to be hypocritical for not announcing my views to everyone I know. The aforementioned type of person, is someone who doesn't understand this. Someone who can't comprehend that not sharing does not mean lying. Someone who believes this so deeply that they take it upon themselves to "expose the truth" as a selfless act to save others.
This actually sounds a lot like you. I make a point to stay away from people like you.
It all started as a largely ignored paper
Can you really qualify that as being caught though?
Jan: How would a movie increase productivity, Michael? How on earth would it do that?
Michael Scott: People work faster after.
Michael Scott: No. They have to, to make up for the time they lost watching the movie.
It's not a car.
That's a cage. That's a car.
And can you tell me with a straight face that tech workers are hired for their interpersonal skills?