A collection of prose poems concerning the sinister MegaCorp building....
|Title||:||Work for MegaCorp and Make MegaCorp Work for You!|
|Number of Pages||:||10 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Work for MegaCorp and Make MegaCorp Work for You! Reviews
I had an interview once upon a time at Megacorp. After getting caught skinny dipping in The kiddies pool with Ms. Blow up. I was strapped to the roof as the weather vane. I'm still planning my escape route.Excellent Read!
This was awesome. MegaCorp is bad.
Loved, loved, loved it.It must be said: In spots, due to the rhythm and cadence of the prose, as well as the humor, I was reminded of Richard Brautigan. (Which, from me, is intended to be a compliment).
"At the end of the day, the employees of MegaCorp clock out. Dad is the only employee who loses consciousness after this event. All the other employees must run MegaCorp’s gauntlet to survive until their next shift."I'm in my cubicle cracking up at this "book". This was funny, short, easy to read & free. Hard not to like that combination.
this reminded me of metropolis, and of how much i dislike real work. i liked part iii a lot. when i grow up i want to live in a drawer and have a really mean 12-year-old girl working for me. this book creeps me out in the best way possible.
I rated this 4 stars in order to contribute to the deception that the ratings on this piece are not all mere sockpuppets of the author, Machiavellian despot Bradley Sands.
See my review here: http://wewhoareabouttodie.com/2011/10...