Interesting thread.

RT @JuliusGoat@twitter.com

They don't care so much, they resent even the suggestion they should care.

They use the fact that people think they should care as a reason to not care.

Again, any reason will do.

It's not about the reason. It's about not caring.

The appeal of Trump is permission to not care.

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/JuliusGoat/status/

Senior [X] developers should understand that "should" rules are what happen when you look in a mirror and decide what you see there is obviously perfect.

Why aren't we seeing more mainstream coverage of this? Terrifying.

RT @brianschatz@twitter.com

The official position of the Oregon Republican Party is that it supports a violent confrontation between a right wing terrorism group and state police because they are afraid to vote on a climate bill.

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/brianschatz/status

For those who don't know, Ravelry is _the_ online community for fiber nerds. This is huge.

RT @ravelry@twitter.com

We are banning support of Donald Trump and his administration on Ravelry. We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy. More details: ravelry.com/content/no-trump

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/ravelry/status/114

This is one of my Lyft co-riders. Their name is Butterball.

There is the danger that such a reframing would further contribute to the harmful idea that remote employees are "less than" or somehow more expendable or less human than folks that you see every day. πŸ€”

Maybe if we rebrand "remote work" as "cost-saving through near-shoring", the idea would be more palatable to a certain kind of exec.

I complain sometimes that the local Flora is trying to kill me. But maybe it's worth it?

@emi Aww, thanks! It was not for me, but for some former colleagues that had to deal with some sh*t today.

Do we have something like a , but for "reorgs" and "restructurings"?

@tcat Did you ever figure out the answer to this?

This toot of yours is the best my internet searches brought up! 😹

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