"a fish, a barrel, and a smoking gun"
After reading and viewing the piece on Filler I understand that your job is the same as 99 percent of all office-working, corporate American geeks - it really doesn't matter what you do, it's strictly a matter of being there and looking like something is being done.
It's only when you operate under the illusion that you can make a difference, and that someone who actually makes decisions gives a shit about what you think that you get yourself in trouble. Why mess up a good thing when all it takes is understanding that you are getting paid to be insignificant? Let's appreciate this goodness, it is the American dream. After all, you could have been born to toil in a rice field doing backbreaking labor from sunup to sundown.