Walk Of Shame

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xfredericox
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Walk Of Shame

Post by xfredericox » Fri Mar 17, 2017 9:26 pm

Did this little project the other day:

http://www.manmademayhem.com/?p=2619
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Visit my blog for updates on my current SO2/lasercutting/... projects.
http://www.manmademayhem.com

fasteddy
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Re: Walk Of Shame

Post by fasteddy » Sat Mar 18, 2017 7:24 pm

That's an interesting project and turned out pretty well, but I gotta be honest, you should really scale back some of the language on your page. Professionally speaking, it's really not a good idea to slam your former boss like that (especially if you're going to display his name so prominently!). Even if he's terrible and everyone who knows him feels the same way, potential future employers might see that as a red flag. The damage might already be done, but you can mitigate by toning down the writing. Good job otherwise, though.

xfredericox
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Re: Walk Of Shame

Post by xfredericox » Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:55 pm

yeah well I've just had it with him, and nobody from work even knows of the existence of my blog.
but objectively speaking, you are absolutely 100% right.

I'll probably blur out his name just to be on the safe side, but the language I used is more intended as comic relief than anything else.
I've actually gotten some very good reactions on the article on another forum because the situation is so relatable.

but you are right, the name shouldn't be public, even though I'm pretty confident no one on here lives even near my location.
Visit my blog for updates on my current SO2/lasercutting/... projects.
http://www.manmademayhem.com

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