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karma1077926dThis was a nice read, I needed a break like that.
Keep on keepin on 🥳
@sweetnothings Yeah my handle is bittersweet for a reason.
I've always played the role of the chaotic evil villain which allows others to develop their character and backstory.
That results in a bittersweet reality where I feel validated and needed because people value my role, but it's simultaneously impossible for me to escape it.
I've committed several "white collar crimes" in my life just for the purpose of showing people they suck at their job (changed my own birth certificate to a date in the future, temporarily stole €6 million from my employer, broke into a government building to hang a poster of my genitals on the wall).
I'm too good at being evil... The villain's toolkit is much more effective and interesting. But I try using my evil powers for good... If that makes sense.
cho-uc117923d"Over time, I've recruited a team of compatible psychopaths and misfits..."
Please, let me join your team ╰(*°▽°*)╯
witchDev28514dI actually enjoyed reading that. Like a terribly written story. You may be a strange person (not sure if it's good or bad but it really doesn't matter) but I think you will be fine. I read this book about the German invasion of the Russian city, Leningrad by David Benioff. You remind me of Kolya (a man in the book) he was a severe ass hole Russian soldier who wrote(or rather was writing) a shitty book about a dog and thought himself an intellectual god or an enlightened prick either way, he wasn't easy to be around. Even if shit hits the fan, I think you will be fine. P. S, kolya died by getting shot in the ass by his own men (the Russians) but his mouth never shut up although his direct ballsy words should have gotten him killed in the first chapter.
Wisecrack340012dI ask you to consider the possibility, that if you're not good at interviews and don't have a lot to show, just talk about the problems that you *enjoy* solving and how you solve them.
Or, like dating, apply to *lots* of places, and take what fits your preferences. You don't know who needs you. You don't know when they'll need you. You don't know what the reasons are. You shouldn't care...and when you apply to lots of places, you don't have to. The reasons sort themselves out.
Like fishing, you don't always know why the fish are biting, could be the bait, or time of day, or they're hungry, or simply curious. The only thing that matters is that they bite.
I also like my dates the same way but thats a story for another time!
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