If I could work anywhere, I would probably work at Goldman Sachs. Not for the money, they are just doing some things I am interested in. And of course I would be unwilling to work in New York, but I might consider London or some other office.It may be that most people there are stupid and evil, but I don't really care. I have not given it enough thought to have an opinion on what that would mean to me.But I don't think it is a waste of your life if you are doing something that interests you that you can't do anywhere else. I think this is the case for perhaps a tiny percentage of people who work there. Most people who work there hate the place, but they went to Brown and got all A- and they are Jewish or something, and get hired even though what they really like is English literature.If it is a bad place, it is probably made so by the people who are "ashamed they work for GS." These types of people are obviously lemmings who will go in for burning Jews if that is what the people around them are doing or it is fashionable. I really don't give a fuck, I don't honestly understand whom they are ashamed in front of, or how one identifies himself with the place where he works if he does not share the values. Or why they don't just leave if they don't like working at a concentration camp or whatever.If I worked there, I would be too good to eat in the cafeteria. I would find my own corner, away from those idiots. Heck, I could be working there right now, for all that I would admit to it. It would be pretty embarrassing to be associated with such a bunch of faggots, I would rather be known as an Al Qaida mole.
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