The Start-Up Beatdown

 

Back when I was young and inno­cent (ie — stu­pid), I had a job at a start-up children’s ‘edu­tain­ment’ com­pa­ny.  This job sucked out my soul.  When I left, I decid­ed to write about my expe­ri­ences.  These writ­ings became a book, which I call The Start-Up Beat­down.  Every­thing in these sto­ries, from my being false­ly accused of being a rapist to near­ly dying of heat stroke in a car, to deal­ing with an actu­al mur­der­er is true.  Only the names have changed to pro­tect the inno­cent (ie — me, in court, from a liti­gious lunatic).

Now, I know it’s gauche to com­plain about for­mer jobs, but if you read a few chap­ters and see what I went through, I hope you can excuse my vent­ing.

Enjoy my per­son­al hell!

CHAPTER ONE: THE INTERVIEW

CHAPTER TWO: THE NEXT JEFFREY DAHMER

CHAPTER THREE: A STEAMING PILE OF GOO

CHAPTER FOUR: HOW TO BE A CORPORATE SPY

CHAPTER FIVE: JOEL VS. HEMPSTEAD

CHAPTER SIX: THE MEXICAN

CHAPTER SEVEN: RIDING WITH THE DEVIL, PART 1

CHAPTER EIGHT: RIDING WITH THE DEVIL, PART 2

CHAPTER NINE: LEAVING EARLY

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