unnecessary permission to disclose

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear my on-demand amigo pro in Brooklyn:  I am pleased to get your email making note of my very-active social activity, and your concern for my potential to exceed boundaries by disclosing proprietary information.  It’s ironic that you did not threaten suspension, because all the on-demand companies threaten suspension first knowing it’s also their ultimate threat.  I have reason to believe on-demand companies wish there was some type of progressive discipline with their workforce, but currently it seems suspension is the first and ultimate.  Maybe you sensed I would celebrate a suspension for my social activity, so you omitted it.  The one-on-one meeting in Brooklyn is unattractive to me only because it’s so corporate fashion, which is minor, so maybe we can get passed it, and I’ll accept your invitation.  Though my social activity may seem fully transparent it’s not.  I read how Uber was caught leaking data to tabloids to expose suspected affairs, and I know Postmates has some similar, though less explosive info.  For example, I delivered a health cocktail from Juice press to an actress at a Broadway theater.  I did not and would not post the star’s name even though it could get me attention, and I seek attention.  In addition I do not post any of the customers names and addresses or what they eat or drink.  I find it interesting how people living in multi-million-dollar apartments eat bad-cheap food, and I suspect my readers would like to know more, but it’s a boundary I naturally honor.  I’ll close by referencing your assurance I can disclose my experiences, which any of my readers could tell you is not necessary.  I share share and share.  I’ll react to your next move.  Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me  302-990-2346  twitter  nearlincoln@hotmail.com  contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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