Reddit Asks the Question: 'What Were You Told to Keep Secret About a Company You Worked For, But Now You Don't Work There Anymore, So F**k Those Guys'?
We’ve been on similar ground before. Not too long ago I posted a similar Reddit thread about industry secrets, and boy was there a lot of dirt to be flung. Like, a lot, as you guys showed in the comments on that piece. Well we’re back here for a round 2 of sorts, as Reddit asks the question: ‘What Were You Told to Keep Secret About a Company You Worked For, But Now You Don’t Work There Anymore, So F**k Those Guys’? You can check out the full thread here, but below are some scummy, scummy ‘highlights’:
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