Ah, satire in the age of instant communication. One big box brand doesn't quite get the joke. As good as social media's been for Best Buy (see: @Twelpforce, a continued success), they're fast finding out how real things can get when their internal policies don't line up with their ostensibly progressive, tech-conscious reputation. We're talking about an employee of theirs, who since being pressured into quitting his job over a couple measly, unbranded YouTube videos, has hit back with a new video roasting the retailer in a similarly anonymous fashion. If consumers can control brands these days, then employees can bring them to their knees.