Chapter 8 in my true life work horror story. In this chapter, I ride back to work with Sean Etin and attempt to implement his plan to change the company.
Chapter 8: Riding With the Devil, Part 2
In a way, the drive back from DC was worse than the ride there and the five hours I spent boiling in his car. This wasn’t because something horrible happened on the way back. No. The ride back was worse because it gave me hope, which at SeaShel Productions, was much worse for my long-term well-being than merely being yelled at, or fearing for my life while Sean Etin recklessly bruised his way down the road. Even being stuck in the man’s car, not being allowed to use his air conditioner in near deadly heat for five hours had no long-term detrimental effects (that I know of…). No, the great carcinogen in an environment where misery is reality and all good things are will-o’-the-wisps is hope that things will improve.