Something tells me this woman isn’t going to have any trouble finding work after producing this masterpiece. Who wouldn’t love to be a fly on the wall when her boss walked in and found this video waiting for him on his desk.

Posted by James Poling

A socialist, tinkerer, thinker, question asker and all around curiosity seeker. If you'd like to reach me you can use the contact link above or email me at jamespoling [at] gmail [dot] com.

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  1. Advertising is destroying all media. The whole business model needs to die – or actually, be killed brutally. Something that would turn up on Game of Thrones. Start by eliminating advertising expenses as a tax exemption. Then tax the bejeebuz out of advertising revenue. That gizmo that just came out that strips ads of internet pages is great, and the FCC should permit recorders that can strip out commercials.

    Instead, charge by the megabyte, with half the revenue, by law, going to the content creator.

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  2. Reblogged this on The Mind of Brosephus and commented:
    OMG!!!!! When you put that much of an effort into quitting, one can only guess how much effort was put into the work. Unless her employer sandbags her with negative reviews, she should have no problem with getting another job in the video production industry. This is definitely Reblog worthy!!!

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  3. My twelve year old daughter makes more creative stuff on VideoStar. Don’t get me wrong I feel for this woman and wish her all the best. In her next job she needs to work smarter not harder. And remember whilst content may be king, distribution is king kong!

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  4. K. Lee, Mesa, AZ October 1, 2013 at 6:17 pm

    I’ve seen this woman’s video. Haven’t seen anything from Darren’s 12 y/o daughter. Sad Darren had to knock down someone who’s had it with corporate crap with a plug for his own daughter’s career ladder rung.

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  5. All the times I “left” a job I guess wal-mart was the one I remember most fondly, after putting up with bad managers, “non-breaks” and forgotten overtime I just clocked out and walked away. The manager called after me several times but I never looked back. When you are going to school days and all you can find is wal-mart at night you do deal with the bull shit, but only for so long.

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