The instant they asked for more money or earlier vaccination.
weird how quick "essential worker" and "hero" went back to "burgerflipper"
"I never thought that the leopard would eat MY face" says person voted for the "Leopards Eating Your Face" party.
This is a bad look for Seattle PD, although it also sounds pretty familiar. "Above the Law" might as well be a backup motto for the SPD.
I'm an ER Nurse in Seattle. Last night @SeattlePD officers came to the ER to obtain a statement from an assault patient. One officer, Eric Whitehead, blatantly refused to put a mask on while standing in a high-traffic hallway. There were covid positive pts in nearby rooms. 1/
We have a winner.
@offby1 The all hands at your typical tech company.
Wait, is this real? This isn't just a parody of a NIMBY issue intended to highlight the absurdity of their complaints?
The Sunset is a sensitive community.
Modern roguelikes in a nutshell
oh. i didn't realize there were TWENTY more difficulty levels.
I would personally much prefer that "the guy on the left" was named. It's always nice to know who not to work with.
The guy on the left still works at GitHub. The guy on the right was fired :/
I don't recall seeing any outright abuse; I think the harshest thing I saw was trashing the concept of Worldcon, a sentiment that, while I do not share it, I can understand why someone might feel.
Criticism =/= Abuse
How many fucking times do we need to say this?
food, phallic imagery?
@mindspillage (that said, Lemon Party was far from the worst thing, and honestly... as I get older, that one bugs me less :) )
food, phallic imagery?
@mindspillage I think you need a CW for "early internet trauma" there...
@eldaking You have put a sly smile on my face this evening, and for this I thank you.
I make chunks of the internet, and like some stuff. Rest assured I'm not famous in any meaningful way.
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