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A greedy corporate analyst contracts a supernatural disease that forces him to help others and not make money for himself anymore. Every time he helps someone, they get it, too.

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So did the Lion Pharmaceuticals cure work?
Well, she did get an injection....
@righteouscomic: I guess the annoyance makes you more annoyed than normal that even the disease couldn't make you be good about it.
:) You'll see why...
So the cure to this goodness disease is... locking people in a room.
Oh wow! Yeah, when I tested this page with some non-corporate readers, they didn't know what the phrase meant. I'd heard it so much I just thought everyone knew...
When I first saw the phrase reduction in force, I thought he was going to ambush them with his secret police or something.
Reduction in Force
For those not familiar, that's the phrase used in the corporate world for "layoff." (Needless to say, I've definitely been on both ends of RIFs...)
@righteouscomic: We'd better just tranquilize him, tie him up, and force him to take the breath mint.
@UserofGames1233: He's wise to us! And by us I mean you and I, UserofGames1233! :P
Mission failed, the plan was foiled, we'll get him next time.
@UserofGames1233: Foiled by a breath mint! :)
Guess I'll have to wait for the next page to find out.
@LamentedShockTrooper: I haven't! What do you mean, LST?
Tohru will disagree.

Everthink hero's are a conspiracy theory or at least think of them that way?