In honour of screenwriter William Goldman who famously told a couple of script executives that he was far too old and far too rich for this shit and left the meeting.
Confronted by the notoriously intimidating head of drama at a major regional production company, a young script editor who had formerly been in the army said something to the effect that a year ago he had been sitting on the edge of a helicopter over Africa wondering if his feet were going to get shot off. “That was scary,” he said, “This isn’t.”
He was promptly thrown out and has since become a highly successful script executive elsewhere.
What’s interesting is that his ejection from the meeting had nothing to do with his abilities as a script editor. He simply wouldn’t be bullied and therefore had no place in that company.