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Sit down with your brother and watch 'The Godfather.' Then, explain to him that "It's business, not personal," is one of the great lessons of the piece, and that no matter our feelings about someone, when it comes to the workplace, we must be civil, polite and adhere to a code of ethics.

It's an etiquette lesson wrapped in a badass package. Worked perfectly on my brother-in-law, who had a similar quarrel with a mutual coworker.

And you might make him a nice spaghetti dinner afterward. That always helps reinforce the lesson that "I'm your big sister and I love you."


The Brocode seems to have been broken here. Sit down and try and have a talk with him about how he's feeling. Since him and Van were friends he might not have someone to turn to to get this anger out of his system which is why he might be projecting it. If you can't get through to him MAKE IT CLEAR you do not want to be part of this drama. You can always talk to a manager if you're being dragged into this drama.

It's not something any sibling would want to do and they may feel betrayed but keep that as a last resort. His behavior is unacceptable no matter the justification, IT'S A GIRL, and he needs to get over it. If you're uncomfortable or too shy talking in person you could slide a note under the managers door for them to look at voicing your concerns.


Sit down with the BFG and tell him that whatever he and Van Hellsing have got, it needs to be sorted out when they're not at work. If this feud continues while they're at work, one or both of them could easily get fired, and you might get dragged into it and get fired too. Tell him that he needs to keep it professional as this isn't high school. There's no room for drama at work if he wants to be a good worker.


Personally I would let it play out. Let your managers know what's going if you really feel the need but let BFG and Van Helsing learn their own lessons from this. Too often people try to take all the sharp edges out of life instead of letting others learn from them. It's not always a bad thing to lose a job or get written up, but it rarely works out to get involved in someone else's fight, especially where matters of the heart are concerned.

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