Today’s must-read essay comes from Alana Semuels, at The Atlantic.
I knew I was going to resign; it was merely a matter of when and how.
I would work and save for two years, from the end of April 2015 to the beginning of May 2017. The goal was to save at least $40,000 dollars, which I would then use to start a business.
The company seemed to be doing everything it could to help you forget what your job was.
What I remember most are the funny stories from disgruntled riders.
I have a theory that the easiest litmus test for privilege is how much contact someone’s had with poop that isn’t their own.