Ya I'm really starting to get into it. Believe it or not it was a required book for a physiology class on Sexual Dev/Reproduction and we just needed to read a few parts of it to somewhat understand the perspective of a patient in a similar situation. But it is just such an interesting story and so well written, glad I finally found the time to actually read through the whole thing.
It would be pretty hard to work for people that fired your husband in those circumstances.
Fortunately u/spez said during his last round of announcements that the mandatory move to SF was a bad decision. They are going to keep the mandatory location for now until everything settles in the next coming months just because of how much more efficient it is to have everyone in the same location at the moment. But he indicated that once things settle they are going to let the admins work remotely again and not need to be in SF to keep their jobs.
I still think reddit is not the same as when I joined 4 years ago and definitely not what it was before that from what I've read. Hubski has been great so far and we'll see how it works out here if the userbase/working base grows