You're wrong again. He hasn't published all of the questions, just 8 of them (unless I can't see the rest of them) which according to what other people are saying is just 1/3rd. When it comes to reading the article, yes, I've read it, and you're clearly implying that posting the video somewhat crossed the line and thus got him "sacked": "Seems this [posting the video] just went a wee bit over the line, as someone at Saatchi suddenly discovered that Dan has broken the rules". Unless I don't understand what you're trying to say in that sentence - if that's the case, I do apologise.
Hi Dabitch. I'm afraid your article is not telling the truth. Saatchi_grads got "sacked" for talking about the questions in his post published just before publishing the video: http://thesaatchiexperiment.tumblr.com/post/3466845835/something-i-dont-...
I don't think the video was more "offensive" then the rest of his "thoughts". Although I do understand that "truth doesn't sell as well as lies".
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