He knows that if he’d instead posted a song or a poem or a comedy routine on YouTube, the bosses would have watched that, and might have understood what he was trying to say to them. If he’d created something that told the same story through a more traditional form than a game, he’d probably still be in a job.
But he still wishes they’d at least taken the time to play his game.
Who cares about hyphens, commas and capital letters? You should.
Maybe I'll just delete these QUARTER OF A MILLION spam comments.
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