One of the reasons I left my old company was that they were simply too honest. They didn't play the military-industrial corruption game very well, and suffered because of it. And they weren't large enough to buy Congresspersons. One of my old company's' niche specialties was in airborne particle detection, and as such we ran into pretty direct competition with this company. Except, we didn't get the daughter of our CEO placed as head of DARPA who then continued to fund the company even after the prototype failed miserably.
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