Discussion in ' The Vestibule ' started by Ilovegsds08Jun 19, Netflix's Dark: Season 2 Ending Explained. Every Wednesday at 3pm PT.
Not enough people get to enjoy that combination and I should be thankful for that every day. I bitch at my boss whenever he tells me to do something simple, like refrain from cursing for a day. Hell, we have freelancers who do six stories a month who do better than me.
If you're spending energy to really have to refrain yourself from telling your boss to fuck off, you should really try focusing that energy on looking for a better place to work at. I think it's a unfortunate that the Hacker News solution to experiencing even a little bit of annoyance at one's job seems to just be "find a better place to work". Not really trying to fight, you just touched a nerve.
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It's hard to imagine what could be worse than being fired in the same paragraph that heaps praise upon the work you've been doing. But at Tumblr, there is worse: your company shitcans you and then unveils shiny new LA real estate. What are they thinking?
Rather like the wrongness of slavery, this strikes me as being one of those cases where my confidence that it is wrong outstrips my confidence in any of the explanations about why it is wrong, but, contemplating the case, I experience no great sense of puzzlement about its wrongness. I came across philosophical reflection on the issue at the Bleeding Heart Libertarians site after following a link from a Corey Robin posting on employers who insist that their workers piss themselves rather than take toilet breaks. An odd reaction to the case, you might think.
Their final podcast is here. See updates for the MP3 of the podcast. There aren't a lot of details as of now, but it sounds like KUFO's getting a pretty major overhaul—and losing some of Portland's most talented radio personalities in the process. Cort and Fatboy have been friends of the Mercury for a while now—Steve's been a regular guest on their show to talk about TV, and they were kind enough to have me on once to blather about a comic book, and the Mercury geek contingent took up a regular row at their Battlestar Galactica screenings a while back.
Dear Polly. I am in the worst place right now. A year ago, I was in an exciting new relationship with a guy that I loved and I had the job of my dreams.