I used to give alcoholic drinks to people for the exchange of money. Some of these people may or may not have been under 18. One was a place that advocated gambling, and at least one was a place where people took illegal drugs.
Then I sopent days fobbing people off under the guise of "customer services", for a monopoly.
Then I worked in advertising.
Now I work in football, which is - if the parasitic bottom feeders not on Fleet Street anymore are to be believed - rotten to the core and devoid of any positive aspects at all.
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the company i used to work for won a contract to develop POS touchscreen applications for Nestle, and i refused point blank to work on the project. yeah, stick your powdered milk where the sun don't shine, Nestles!
I used to sell advertising space in newspapers, then I went to a specialist Direct response ad agency.
I won't mention their name, because they were the most horrible people to work for, and with. All I'll say is that they are situated in Southgate, North London. And they specialise in travel advertising, in high volumes, and a low margin.