November 28th, 2003


Client C still.

We called it a day at twenty past midnight, which means I've been working alongside Boss A for a little over fifteen hours today.
We're starting again tomorrow at 07:30.
Instead of a hotel, we've been put in Client C's Company Flat in Butler's Wharf. There is no hot water. My only Internet access is via very intermittent GPRS when I can get a signal.
My mood is left as an exercise for the reader.
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All about Boss A.

A couple of things worth mentioning before I start:
A version -- various versions -- of this bit of writing have been knocking around on my laptop for quite a while. Don't be deceived into thinking it's a quick rant following the events of the last couple of days. It's the result of careful thought over several weeks.
Friends recently wrote to a school to say -- amongst other things -- that bullying is not acceptable behaviour, whatever the position held by the bully. It's my view that the single most effective attack against bullying and mental cruelty is publicity, and that the single most effective defence is contempt.
He's already earnt my contempt. This is the publicity.

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