Also limited to one free bathroom visit per day; $2 a flush after that
Less than a month after being assured he wouldn’t have to take a pay cut, WME assistant John Bellario learned he must pay $200 a week to occupy his cramped work area, effective immediately.
According to WME officials, the “employee space-leasing program” was necessary to cut costs and also account for the fact that many assistants will be treating the office like an apartment as a result of the 50-hour workweek recently instituted.
“Too long have we coddled our assistants with unlimited Internet access and free air conditioning,” said a WME executive. “One percent of those bastards will eventually get rich as a result of their years of sacrifice, so it’s time those little pricks started pulling their weight around here. This is an agency, not an orphanage.”
Despite the harsh working conditions, Bellario, a 28-year-old Princeton grad with a master’s degree in business, chooses to see the bright side.
“Apparently, $200 is a pretty competitive lease rate for such prime location, and it’s only a quarter of my salary,” he said. “I also plan to spit in my boss’s coffee every day for a month, so that will make me feel better, too.”
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50. The only manager willing to rep you is based in a suburb of Phoenix.
49. Even Uwe Boll thinks your material is uninspired.
48. It’s not you. It’s the 99% of people on Earth that write better than you.
47. When you receive polite passes from managers, the encouraging part of the email is a different font size, indicating they’ve simply pasted boilerplate niceties after the personalized intro.
46. People mistake your dramas for comedies.
45. People mistake your comedies for dramas.
44. You’ve ever compared one of your scripts to a movie that won an Academy Award.
43. Hollywood discriminates against female writers, even though your name is Jerry and most people assume you’re a guy when they delete your queries.
42. You use vacation time to fly to LA for meetings, but don’t have any meetings set up ahead of time.
41. You agonize over whether to use card stock for the title page.
40. A rep has never claimed to become erect after something you’ve written or said.
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