@ianmac47 omg my pot is so filthy :)
Sub-URLing is the best type of subtweeting.
@antarctica starts here: They do a lot of texting. A LOT.
“People in the tech industry feel like life is a meritocracy. You work really hard, you build something and you create something, which is sort of directly opposite to unions.”
Dying to hear what upper-middle-class white dudes making overinflated salaries with stock options (and, as stuffisthings noted, no consequences) consider "working really hard."
Ms. Lacy also penned this trenchant and insightful piece.
While not exactly the most creative response on my part, she can go right ahead and fuck herself.
@Bill Peschel I mean, God forbid a guy with 30 years on the job, who is responsible for far more passengers each year than a commercial airline pilot, make $125,000 a year in one of the world's most expensive cities. That's practically enough to buy a small house in an outer suburb and send his kids to college which certainly shouldn't be allowed.
He should be doing something useful for society like designing the user interface for the 9,000th location-based photo sharing rating cloud app for a company that won't exist in 7 months.
@Bill Peschel Tell me again what the median rent in San Francisco is like? Or is it unfair to suggest that public service employees should be allowed to live in the city they serve?
To put it another way: how many of these software developers who are whining, when talking to friends from back home, find themselves explaining how "well, $150,000 a year isn't actually that much in the Bay Area..."
I'm just shocked that some of the commenters here recently made bail. WELL DONE MY CHILDREN.
That a (presumably) bunch of (presumably) lonely (presumably) men raised the princely sum of 16 grand to absorb this Wisdom about how to connect tells you all you need to know about modern romance.