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He Interviewed A Girl Who Used To Relentlessly Bully His High School Classmates For A High-Paying Job And She Left In Tears

He then stated that the interview was complete, and he did shake her hand as he got up to leave. After she had walked out, he could see her get back in her car and sob for a good 10 minutes.

It took her a bit to get herself together, and as he saw her cry, he couldn’t help but feel like he had made things right for all of the poor kids that she used to bully like crazy.

“If someone thinks that they might possibly need another person’s help someday, maybe they shouldn’t be an a****** today,” he sagely pointed out.

“The person you are being an a****** to, might just be the person you need to help you.”

Well, doesn’t this kind of sound like karma?

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