Was he too tactless? Should he just be a 'yes' man, a 'company man' who parrots thoughts in a mindless, robotic manner?

Perhaps life would be easier that way. To see and not speak. To agree and nod his head. To say banal words pleasant to the ears. 

It was terribly trying to see that. A little sycophantic. People who merely agreed. 

Or was it because they genuinely didn't see the problems? Then, it was his fault for imagining problems when there were none - right?

And, if there genuinely was room for improvements, why didn't he himself voice it out?

He understood a little - perhaps a little too much - and wished he didn't.

Hi, I'm a parrot. Caw caw caw.
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