From blog post:
"Once, I was a green grocer. I worked with a fool for whom everyone was a fool -- as in, "Hey, fool. This one fool was wearing JNCOs." Every day on the job, he explained how, in a Jackass world of action without consequence, he would demolish the joint by driving a bulldozer in and doing donuts. He didn't hate his job. Haggen, our workplace, wasn't one Caterpillar sale away from catastrophe. What he didn't like was that if he wasn't working there, he'd probably have to work at a place he liked less.
Hopefully you're wondering what this has to do with me leaving a job I love (yes, I'm leaving). Everyone dreams of dramatic exits? I dunno. Unlike The Fool, I'm happy here, where I wanted to come when I was a clerk and part-time teacher. I feel guilty giving up what others would give an organ for. I did get a damn good offer, though.
I'm going to make a game with one of the industry's most talented and impressive developers. Tune into tonight's GFW Radio for details."