>Is it better payed, or, you just wanted to switch company to some better one?
Both, the company I work for is good, but my team is lazy and my boss does not like to enforce rules.
>In soviet past, western radio broadcasts were suppressed by a large noise generating stations in every big cities, but people tuned up their receivers to listen Freedom, BBC and other western radios (western anti-soviet propaganda was in Russian, of course), recorded and shared tapes with them among each other, though one could end up in a prison if would be caught with them.
Wow that is really interesting, I did not know stuff like that happened.
>That's odd, some jews that emigrated to US at the beginning of 90's and returned to Russia in the 00's love to tell some bad stories about US, and they often cited that it is usual thing to pleasantly leave a workplace when the day is over and get a phone call in the evening that one is fired.
Rare now, we have so many unions, laws, and other things protecting citizens, its very hard to get fired. A million lawyers are all hungry to find a good case that they can jump on and sue a big company. Wrongful termination lawsuits are very expensive and bad for publicity, so most companies would rather keep a bad worker than risk a lawsuit.
yes, there are many drawbacks, even though there are many advantages. If I were to do something like it myself, I would lean very heavily against things that fit into grey areas, as allowing them early on opens a pandoras box that is impossible to close without a fight. For example pedos, I think Jim finally banned them on /b/, much of what was going on could have been interpreted as illegal and enforced, but early on staff leaned on leniency, and by time everyone realized it was a bad idea, it was too late to go back on the decision.
Also I had a fun time at a con this weekend, I picked up two RM audio cd's I think they are both audio dramas, as well as some new clothes foPost too long. Click here to view the full text.