For some people, happy hour is never enough
This is a book about escape. It's also about laughing gas. And bourbon and dope and sex and mushrooms and every other vice millions of us indulge in to forget our jobs, the office, and the stifling, corporate caricatures we're forced to become for paychecks. This is a book about a decade lost in a senseless career no one likes and all the ridiculous things I did to run from it. In the end, it's probably your story as much as mine. We're everywhere. We just can't say it out loud.
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As a new associate under a micromanaging partner, he quickly learned that “wringing profits out of young lawyers is one of the most cynical labor exploitation systems ever invented.” He took a stab at personal-injury work, hoping to hit “that mythical ‘home run’ case, a settlement that would give...| Read Full Review of Happy Hour Is for Amateurs: A...
When I picked up the book, Happy Hour is for Amateurs, I wondered if the author wasn't somehow drowning, not only in whiskey, but maybe in a splash of hubris as well.Jan 26 2011 | Read Full Review of Happy Hour Is for Amateurs: A...
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