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TRAGEDY! HORROR! Someone shot up the FBI building in Clinton Co (lol) OH and is currently in a standoff with police

Maybe he didn't shoot the FBI building? Reports are conflicting.

The future of BraveShill

You may have seen the updated BraveShill become even more chuddish than before. I wonder why :platythink:.

What will @VivaldiShill & @EdgeShill do about it? Perhaps they can team up with GnomeWebShill, WindowsShill, @TorShill, and other shills to finally take him down. Is it over for bravecels?

It's not LLM despite what one reporter says.

The last time I got into an argument with Redditors then I received glowing feedback from rdrama such as:

I've taken on board this resoundingly positive response and managed to get into another fight, this time on /r/KitchenConfidential, the subreddit for coked-out Taco Bell line cooks who believe that the word Chef is both a formal title and is as respected as being a doctor.

The post itself, Do you think we're idiots? is a rant from a cook who responded to a customer saying "this steak is tough" by stuffing raw steaks in their pockets and going out to the dining floor to start an argument. Sensing the opportunity to rile up some Redditors I say:

It sounds like you have anger issues and are forgetting rule 1 of service jobs [the customer is always right]. Maybe get help for that.

The reaction is strong and visceral. OP immediately responds to prove that they don't have anger issues by writing two comments both containing imaginary situations in which they BTFO unhappy customers:

Anger issues? Let's put this into another view. Guy orders a whiskey and coke. Bartender makes a whiskey coke. Gives it to him and he's insisting that they just made him a vodka cranberry. What do you do!? You fucking put that glass right in front of.his face, show him that it's brown and that these two things make a brown drink

Replying twice with separate unhinged rants isn't really disproving my point, dude.

"Unhinged" Found the local kitchen misogynist!


You must have come here from /r/all or your troll game is on point because you are not acting like you've ever worked in food service or customer service.

and the reportmaxxing opportunity on a ten year account:

Go get shot in a parking lot


Lmao this moron has never worked in a kitchen gtfo

and the infallible Princeton-tier debating skills:

So a first time person walks into your place of business, demands a product that does not exist, then demands compensation for the time to travel to your place of business. Following your skewed logic, you compensate them.

Someone even went through my post history and brought up my /r/HellsKitchen argument from my previous post but I reported them and it's disappeared.

Not everyone disagrees with me though!

yeah but pretty passive agressively lmao. two cuts of beef in her pockets. that's weird behaviour


How grotty and desperate is this chef and restaurant? If the complaint is ridiculous send them on their way. This reaction is absurd and embarrassing. What did the other diners think seeing this?

Google’s Caste-Bias Problem :marseytunaktunak:

Orange site:


ntil recently, Tanuja Gupta was a senior manager at Google News. She was involved in various forms of activism at the company, and, in April, she invited Thenmozhi Soundararajan, the founder of Equality Labs, a nonprofit, to speak about the subject of caste discrimination. (India's caste system, which has existed in some form for centuries, separates Hindus into broadly hierarchical groups that often correspond to historical religious practice and familial professions. Those at the bottom of the system are called Dalits---formerly known as "untouchables"---and still face extreme discrimination in India.)

Numerous employees within the company expressed the view that any talk on caste discrimination was offensive to them as Hindus, and made them feel unsafe. The talk was eventually cancelled, and Gupta, who had been at Google for more than ten years, resigned amid an investigation into her own behavior. (A spokesperson for Google said that it has "a very clear, publicly shared policy against retaliation and discrimination in our workplace.")

I recently spoke with Gupta. Her lawyer, Cara Greene, joined the conversation, which we agreed would stay on the record. During the interview, which has been edited for length and clarity, we discussed how Silicon Valley deals with issues of caste discrimination, why Google employees felt "threatened" by the talk that Gupta had scheduled, and the circumstances behind her departure from the company.

Why did you want to join Google, and what did you feel about the place when you did?

tanuja gupta: I started working at Google in 2011. I had been working as a program manager in engineering and software for about a decade, but Google was top of the top. Of course you want a career at a great company. That was a product that I used day in and day out. It was a great opportunity.

When did you decide that you wanted to get involved with activism inside Google?

t.g.: Probably with the Google walkout in 2018. It was the height of the MeToo movement. The Kavanaugh confirmation was happening. The news about Andy Rubin had broken---the ninety-million-dollar payout that he received despite allegations of sexual misconduct. And so I think there was a little bit of a breaking point within the company, and in myself, the experiences that I'd had in tech. That's when it started.

As we've all grown during the past couple of years, diversity, equity, and inclusion [D.E.I.] has become more and more recognized as not just a moral nicety but actually as a business imperative, that companies have a competency around these matters, especially in products. For the past three years, I was working on Google News products. To be able to cover news topics about matters of race, gender equity, caste, things like that, you actually have to be able to understand matters of diversity and inclusion. And so it went from being a separate, side thing to integral to being good at your core job.

What got you interested in the subject of caste discrimination?

t.g.: There was my own obvious background. My parents immigrated from India in the early nineteen-eighties. I was certainly familiar with the topic. In September, 2021, two employees approached me. I hosted D.E.I. office hours every week where people could come in and talk about these topics, confidentially, and multiple Google employees came into my office and reported that they had faced discrimination when trying to talk about matters of caste in the workplace. There was already a public condemnation of caste discrimination at Google from the Alphabet workers' union. They had put out a press statement when the Cisco case broke. There were reports from at least twenty Google employees as well. [In June, 2020, California sued Cisco and two of its managers for engaging in caste discrimination. Afterward, Equality Labs received complaints from more than two hundred and fifty tech workers, including twenty Google employees.]

What made it really relevant to Google News was that, in 2022, there was a huge election in India where matters of caste equity were integral. Given the news-product footprint in India, caste is absolutely something we need to talk about, and we need to make sure that our products are thinking about folks from different caste backgrounds.

You're talking about the election earlier this year, in Uttar Pradesh, which is the most populous state in India, with more than two hundred million people, where a very right-wing politician, aligned with the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, was reëlected as chief minister. [The B.J.P, led by India's Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, is known for its defenses of Hindu identity and religious chauvinism; its base of support has typically come from privileged-caste Hindus, although under Modi the Party has made inroads among voters from a variety of castes.] Are you saying that to understand these issues of caste was important for your work, and not just for the inner harmony of your workplace?

t.g.: That's right. It was a perfect storm of all these things---colleagues coming to me as well as our products being affected by it.

And were these colleagues coming to you in India or in the United States or both?

t.g.: Both.

Were these people who were experiencing discrimination firsthand, or was it more people who wanted to talk about this issue and why it's important?

t.g.: The first conversations I had were with people who felt that they were being discriminated against for even raising this topic. I think that's a form of discrimination in and of itself---where you can talk about some matters related to D.E.I. but not others. Then you had some other folks who faced it directly because of being caste oppressed.

When you say that people felt that they could not bring up caste discrimination, was this in the context of stories about what was happening in Uttar Pradesh, or things within the workplace, or both?

t.g.: Within the workplace.

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Always looking out for my queens! :marseyxoxo:

Anyway yuck eww gross. :marseybeansick::marseysick::marseypuke:











Reported by:

The chart has been updated

lol, lmao

The bar has never been lower for female excellence:

So many people complaining but she still pulls more than most Americans, pays taxes, and can put it into a Roth IRA to enjoy retirement. Whether or not anyone likes it this is as much a job as being a reality TV entertainer or an internet personality

Low value scrotes being findommed is literally part of nature:

The amount of men that are truly butt hurt about this cracks me up. It’s called supply and demand yall demand so we supply😂don’t be mad we doin the job when y’all are the ones who created the position💀


The only solution to the moid menace is communism:

to all the whining men in the comments,,, dont be mad at her for profiting off a market that YOU created. the call is coming from within the house baby.


OF identifies as social media so this is transphobic and also makes people sneed hard:

Not a real job

It’s 2022 and you don’t think social media is a real job? Get with the times.

Finally someone with dead-eyed coomface says it. All women are prostitutes:

So many dudes deep in their feelings in these comments🤣🤣🤣 "How dare you make money selling something that I wanted for free?!?!"


Both sides be sneeding:


Now all of a sudden federal judges need to be protected

Don't look up the judges background though :marseyclueless:

the nordic walk
Heckin' new trailer for Richard and Mortimer Season 6 just dropped :marseysoylentgrin:

The gift that keeps on giving, Kyle Rittenhouse is by far the best drama so far this decade. Any predictions on when libs will stop seething?

Kind of feel bad for the kid having a mob of deranged lunatics constantly seething over him, but with a little common sense he can grift rightoids and never have to work a day in his life. So all's well until some twittoids lynch him in a few years.

The Republican Party has Kyle Rittenhouse.

America has Jon Stewart.

Enough said.

I genuinely have no clue what he means by this.


STONETOSS:sciencejak:STONETOSS:soyjakanimeglasses: STONETOSS:tayaaa: STONETOSS:tayvibin: STONETOSS:horny: STONETOSS :soyquack:STONETOSS :trumpjaktalking:STONETOSS

actually this one is kinda witty tbqh

Of course GRRM would be perplexed by somebody that can spend all day writing.


Even reddit foids are repulsed by the funkocels :marseyfunko: :marseylaugh:
kudos to Carp for committing to the goomble and losing basically everything

From up a million, to down 180k. This is the way of the goombler.

Full of paragraphs of arguing

Technically, it’s lying by omission if it’s 100% certain that she would have stopped paying if she found out you’re gay.

But, damn. I really love the idea of having to make some kind of financial contribution to someone queer if you’re homophobic. Tax the homophobes!

I think you made the right choices overall, and as a queer person, I think we need every advantage we can possibly get in life. The deck of life is stacked against us by default in some ways. The dishonesty here allowed you to get a degree (Congrats on graduating!) but it also allowed your grandma to live out her bullshit heteronormative expectations, and it doesn’t seem like she was hurting for money. In my experience, the older people are, the harder it is for them to shift their worldviews. You probably wouldn’t have had time for grandma to unpack her homophobia and be more progressive with enough time left over to get a degree.

PS - To the people using the phrase “sex life”, as in “your sex life shouldn’t determine whether someone supports you, it’s none of their business”, I agree with the sentiment. However, please be mindful of the asexual community, and maybe change up some wording. There are queer people who don’t necessarily have sex, and defining homosexuality entirely by people you’re sexually attracted or who you have sex with excludes our ace friends at minimum.

What an edit :marseythumbsup:

Why is this site still up?

LLM was supposed too destroy it with his master hacker. @BraveShill is disappointed.

Trans Lives matter as long as this site is dead.

Marsey says No Fun Allowed on Reddit :marseydisagree:


Imgur celebrates Black king for literally not being in jail and getting a job at Wendy's.

Wikipedia hates Jews

A direct quote will be far more damning than my sarcasm

"The Lavon Misunderstanding and other Israeli crimes using Arab Jews as their agents contributed to the expulsion of Arab Jews from their homelands. There are a bunch of bigoted editors who cannot face the truth about Israeli culpability in this history so they censor the information and then delete the NPOV tag"

The rare wikichad appears and calls the article garbage

I'm tied to the Iraq

Edit Wars, or "Disney didn't ruin Star Wars. George Lucas did when he allowed Battle for Endor to be made"

Iran so far away.

Don't have to live like a refugee

Wikipedians know the real problem with Academia is that it's full of Jews, although they don't call them Jews.

Anyone who argues about the definition of antisemitism should be shot, along with all football fans, bipolars, and alcoholics.

What is an anti-zionist and why is it here? Fuck if I know.



This is really boring. Don't click it.



Don't have to.... I used that one already.

What does the Egyptian government want people reading instead of great works of Arabic literature and poetry? The Koran? No. Popular western writers? No. Contemporary Egyptian authors? Nope! The Answer is The Protocols of The Learned Council of the Elders of Zion!



Written by committee and damn near unreadable

Iraq kicked out 500 Jews a day. Lucky Jews.,_and_Ya'akov_Meron

Refugeees have been weaponized since... I'm not going to finish that joke. I have standards. They ain't high but I have them.


More than a Refugee. Remember More than a refugee?

That was depressing.


Idiots arguing about minutae you don't care about

That smug call-out tone really grinds my gears

"The Jews fleeing was a Jewish plot"

It's the same old song

Tel Or was not in Transjordan

"It's not an ethnic cleansing if it happens to the Jews"- Wikipedia

Dota 3 is out

Witness the thrilling conclusion to the battle for the Dota universe in the third season of DOTA: Dragon's Blood, now streaming on Netflix.

Join in as Davion, Mirana, and Luna combine forces with the Invoker to take on Terrorblade and stop the demon from unmaking reality — in a season filled with old friends, new allies, and unexpected turns brought to life with masterful animation from Studio Mir (The Legend of Korra, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, Voltron: Legendary Defender).

For those who haven't started the DOTA: Dragon's Blood journey, catch up now with Season 1 & 2 and see the world of Dota 2 come to life like never before. Experience the story of Davion, a renowned Dragon Knight devoted to wiping the scourge from the face of the world. Following encounters with a powerful, ancient eldwurm, as well as Princess Mirana and her faithful companion Marci, on a secret mission of their own, Davion becomes embroiled in events much larger than he could have ever imagined.

I thought marci died

Please use this thread to share your sky king memories. I was still sometimes on 4chan when this happened. I remember basically every board having sky king tribute threads for days. Rest In Power, chad.