2/9/06 - 8 p.m.-
I just had to respond to this comment.
"Everything you say may be based in reality but like a bad made for tv movie you like to stretch the truth to make your plight seem more dramatic."
Is it not true that someone was publicly humilated and fired for playing a game of minesweeper?
Is it not true that at 7 p.m. one night someone came out, told us to be quiet, and tried to pick a fight with us? How about that?
What about the supervisor telling people to sit up straight?
What about the "watch-list" that Anita admitted to?
Remember when the new people arrived on the project? Is it not true that the belongings of the old people were just tossed off the table like trash?
What about all of those tables stacked in front of the fire exit by the women's bathroom?
Is it not true that the project closed down for a week without notice, depriving people of the ability to land other projects so they could feed their families? Am I also making that up?
These are the facts. Deal with it. I would love to report on the improving work conditions on this project or any other project. All I see now, however, is a calculated public-relations campaign designed to uncover my identity and distort the truth.