Vendetta Survivor
(Ariel Stull / Vendetta Sports Media)

Is Vendetta Survivor Toxic?

Working at a startup media company has been a very interesting experience that I never thought I would be able to be a part of. I started as an intern and decided to stick around because I believe in what we are building here. A few months ago Trey and I talked about an idea to motivate the group in a democratic way. Vote people off the island. Simple idea, but I started thinking the other day, Is Vendetta Survivor Toxic?

Episode five of our hit series came out today, but the basic concept is that the group of people who contribute to the company and do their part on a “Survivor Day” get a vote to fire someone from the site. At first glance, this seems like a messed-up idea because nobody knows what is really going on in someone’s life. But it is very hard to be on the list. The only way to be on the list (without a crazy exception) is to not communicate with Trey.

All he asks are for people to check in with him, not a hard thing to do at all. I hope we get to a point where this thing is unnecessary, but right now when I explain the concept to other people nobody has seemed to have an issue with it. He asks before each and every episode if someone has a problem with it, nobody speaks up.

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