Chrimbus Kin

"He was one of the hardest workers I had seen in the industry. He would frequently stay after hours to work on projects; He was always available when management needed someone to rush a job out over the weekend.... His willingness to push himself to get a job done is what they liked about him. However, his productivity was not so great when he landed in a mental institution."

No job is worth your mental or physical health...

· SubwayTooter · 0 · 2 · 3

@Elizafox I've seen that happen. But the thing is, you go long enough without work you start starving. And once that happens, your mental and physical health break down.

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