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January 31, 2012


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James Grimmelmann

I love the use of the term "rogue" for employees who do things like this, as though everyone knew he was dishonest but he was just so damn likable.

"Oh, we really should have checked up on his numbers; they sounded too good to be true. But he'd always tell us not to worry with that mysterious foreign accent. We always thought it was like the way he seemed to know all the local drug dealers and arms merchants: just part of his charm."

Kim Krawiec

Hilarious, James -- better than the OP.

Bill Reynolds

And how much was the rogue employee paid in severance and was there a confidentiality clause?

Kim Krawiec

Good questions, Bill

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