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Is there a Bible study culture in reinsurance?

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Is there a shitposting culture in reinsurance?

Probably not but I’ll do my best to create one!
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Know a few guys who work in reinsurance.

Around hurricane season there’s a lot of praying. The occasional sacrificial offering to Beelzebub, but that was just an intern.
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Work with people in reinsurance and there is no way they’re cool enough to ~~do blow~~ read the Word of Christ.

P&C on the other hand… ~~(/jk)~~
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We typically gather Sunday afternoons while coming off our 48 hr cocaine binges
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At our reinsurance company we recently introduced the increased amount of sinning into our hurricane catastrophe models. It feels predictive so far.
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Sorry I'm busy doing... other things
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I cackled at this
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I used to work for some company located in a pretty conservative part of the US. People were fairly open about believing in the Christian god, going to church, and sending their kids to Sunday school and that kind of thing, but not really a culture of getting together as coworkers to worship or something like that. People lived in different parts of towns and went to their own denominations/churches. I do think if you were an atheist employee, you would feel pretty uncomfortable being open about it, and if you were a Christian you would feel super comfortable saying it.

I mean this was a part of town where not showing up to church itself was a sin so even amongst Christians saying that you didn't go or only went on Christmas/Easter would be a taboo thing to say. And during Chick-fil-a's gay marriage debacle there was a line of employees standing outside to order food during "support Chick-fil-a day."

Now I work in a super liberal city and nobody talks about their own religion, if they have one, or maybe at most would make vague references about it. People who are atheist or nonreligious would be pretty comfortable saying it.
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Bible beating actuaries that take pride in breaking their backs for a faceless company.

Say that 5 times fast

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