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@ Big Bob, So if your employer that you have a signed contract with asked you to do something that you know can be detrimental to your career and may become habit forming on the side of your employer (you obeyed the first time, lets have him do it again and again) your just going to follow orders like a blind sheep, or are you going to think about it for a moment - this is not right, how can I live with myself if I follow these orders, what are the consequences if I do follow the orders, and what will happen if I don't follow the orders, then make a decision. All the contracts I have signed have been about money, to make sure I get what I feel I'm worth, and to make sure I provide the quality and service I said I would. If I was stupid enough to sign a contract that stated I must obey all teams orders no matter how bad I thought they were, then yes there is a breach of contract and I should suffer the do consequences' but it would be my right to make that choice.

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