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well played sir, well played.
xroad24805yMy opinion has always been that if you act you should act to kill. What happened after OP?
booshi5735yI got so into this story. No kidding. When is the TV series?
"And then we ate ice cream" is always the best ending.
beto1225y@xroad, that day we took to sightseeing around town as our flights were the next day. It was a good day. I still have contact with my colleague and we often comment on how awesome that day was. You have to see through our eyes to understand how. This project was *really* a fiasco and it had been dragging already for many stressful months so that day we felt vindicated for a least a little while.
The PM wasn't immediately fired because he was the only PM local to the customer and with all the drama already they didn't want to change things, but he was eventually fired a few months later.
The project continued going downhill but a couple months after this, one of the company's founders left to found a startup and I left with him. My colleague also left for better things around the same time.
I never got a definite answer about how the whole project ended, whether it was completed or not. Always been curious.