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6 years ago  ::  Oct 13, 2008 - 11:03PM #1
lover454
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Keep in mind the men my friend worked for was as if she was working for the Mob (she wasn't working for the Mob but I just needed to give you an analogy) - I mean these men are never defied inside and outside of work. Whereever these men go people give them their undivided attention.

Do you think they still keep tabs on her? This is just a curiosity question. If a woman worked VERY CLOSELY for very powerful men in a large corporation for many years as the powerful men’s secretary but no longer works for them (she hasn’t seen them in 11 years) do you think the powerful men still keeps tabs on her. Keep in mind they were very possessive of her and the bosses either treated her as a sister or a daughter. And are there any signs that they are keeping tabs on her. IN other words, how can she tell if she is being watched by her ex-bosses?
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6 years ago  ::  Oct 30, 2008 - 12:42PM #2
Lookbeyond
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[QUOTE=lover454;823886]Keep in mind the men my friend worked for was as if she was working for the Mob (she wasn't working for the Mob but I just needed to give you an analogy) - I mean these men are never defied inside and outside of work. Whereever these men go people give them their undivided attention.

Do you think they still keep tabs on her? This is just a curiosity question. If a woman worked VERY CLOSELY for very powerful men in a large corporation for many years as the powerful men’s secretary but no longer works for them (she hasn’t seen them in 11 years) do you think the powerful men still keeps tabs on her. Keep in mind they were very possessive of her and the bosses either treated her as a sister or a daughter. And are there any signs that they are keeping tabs on her. IN other words, how can she tell if she is being watched by her ex-bosses?[/QUOTE]

It depends upon whether or not she is a threat to their being exposed, if indeed, there is reason to expose them! I would think it would be her moral responsibility to reveal any factual information that is perhaps hurting others in the industry where they work, if it is felt they are breaking the law! If you know something is happeing that is wrong and you do nothing to correct it and allow it to grow, then you are as guilty as they are for allowing it to continue....in my opinion!
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6 years ago  ::  Jan 18, 2009 - 6:42AM #3
Karma_yeshe_dorje
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lover454:

[QUOTE]Keep in mind the men my friend worked for was as if she was working for[/QUOTE]Get your head into gear, and say what you mean!

[QUOTE]I just needed to give you an analogy[/QUOTE]I'm sick of your beating around the bush. :mad:

[QUOTE]men are never defied[/QUOTE]You have an issue with assertiveness.

[QUOTE]people give them their undivided attention[/QUOTE]But you are never satisfied! :eek:

[QUOTE]This is just a curiosity question.[/QUOTE]No, you are asking us over and over on various boards. :rolleyes: Your behaviour here is [COLOR="Red"]sick[/COLOR]!
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