Looking back on the experience now, with a peculiarly melancholic kind of bewilderment, he recognizes that he walked onto an elevator one night, with his life in one kind of shape, and emerged from it with his life in another. Still, he now sees that it wasn’t so much the elevator that changed him as his reaction to it.
I feel for him being stuck in an elevator for two days, but wasting four years on a stupid law suit that ended up ruining his career? That was just stupid.
They settled for an amount that White is not allowed to disclose, but he will not contest that it was a low number, hardly six figures. [...] Meanwhile, White no longer had his job, which he’d held for fifteen years, and lost all contact with his former colleagues. He lost his apartment, spent all his money, and searched, mostly in vain, for paying work. He is currently unemployed.
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