But not in the way you might expect. So this game gets made: http://www.davidsgallant.com/igtced.html Some time later this article gets published: http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/art...e-game-to-vent-his-frustration-with-taxpayers And David S. Gallant, developer of I Get This Call Every Day, gets fired. Yes, instead of just taking their licks that a call center job is a rather terrible fate, especially at the Canada Revenue Agency, they decide to turn it into a huge thing by firing the man. And the pretense is ridiculous, it sounds like they are claiming 'breach of privacy' even though the game is fictional, but based on real events. I guess the CRA doesn't want idiot taxpayers realizing they are idiots? But I also can't help but think that Toronto Star's hit-piece probably tipped them off, since I doubt they would have cared, but hey, now there's a reporter asking questions about something that's critical of a government agency. Anyway, the game is pay $2 or more, if you are interested, it's probably worth paying more. I have a feeling the guy is going to need it.