Thank you god who does not exist.

Everyday I thank the lord in heaven, whom I do not believe in, that I work for a start up instead of a corporate job.

The pay is less, the hours are long, the fights are real, the highs are high and the lows are low, you never feel safe, and it’s always up to you to take the ball and run- and in the right direction.


I’d rather almost die 100 times a day than be lulled to sleep by the soft hum of a cubicle, which only serves to liquefy my insides slowly, so that they can be slurpped from my ear.

That’s what I do every day.
What do you do?

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