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David Krider
Calling BS on BOTH sides.
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David Krider 7h
Replying to @wilshipley
Where is gas $4.50/gal?
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David Krider 11h
I'm sorry, but "fired" loses any meaningful negative connotations when it comes with a golden parachute, and his may be the all-time record.
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David Krider 11h
Replying to @MiaStark57 @kraty and 2 others
So he's a layperson leading the youth ministry. Got it. Thanks for the direct followup.
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David Krider 16h
Uh... Looks legit to me. Why would you disagree with that?
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David Krider 21h
Whatever you think about what this is saying, it is brilliantly said.
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David Krider 22h
Replying to @SwiftOnSecurity
Close. It's still calendaring.
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SwiftOnSecurity Dec 7
I heavily advocate that companies ignore laws they disagree with so we can finally get rid of GDPR and the FTC. They are just obstacles on our way to global corporatist government run by shareholders instead of citizens. It’s the only way we’re going to colonize Venus.
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David Krider Dec 7
Replying to @dhh
Well, whatever. They used to make good gear. Now? Not so much. They're trading on old good will. I'll never buy another Razer product.
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David Krider Dec 6
Replying to @ZoeSchiffer
Maybe if management spent less time Kiboing employees' social media accounts, they'd have time to check the personalization tags themselves.
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David Krider Dec 6
The whole problem exists because Away's leadership are classic corporate psycopaths. This is not a surprising twist. It's a perfectly-predictable development, in the ongoing saga. Next will be the public apology, and the internal training.
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David Krider Dec 6
Replying to @jmover
I think we all know the answer to that question.
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David Krider Dec 6
The world can be indescribably beautiful, if we close our eyes for a moment.
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David Krider Dec 5
Replying to @zGuz
Clearly, this means that in 1943, it was 17 years old. No, no, it's OK. You're welcome. I'm just really good with numbers.
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David Krider Dec 5
Replying to @SwiftOnSecurity
I have a strong suspicion that the owners of those 99 boats are fighting tooth-and-nail to keep it that way, too.
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David Krider Dec 5
Replying to @shanselman
Are you implying that it's astroturfing? I hope you are, because that's what it feels like to me. (Of course, I think a whooole lot of what passes for trends on Twitter is too, so I may be hopelessly suspicious.)
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David Krider Dec 4
If he's never had them the "old way," he doesn't even know what he's missed. The fries have sucked since they stopped using tallow. Some day, I'm going to try "makin' 'em like they used to."
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David Krider Dec 4
I feel like this needs to be a part of the thread on considering coworkers as family.
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David Krider Dec 4
Replying to @kvlly
Am I also allowed to hate the ones that everyone else thinks are the second coming of computing itself? (Looking at you, Node.js, and related frameworks...)
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David Krider Dec 3
Replying to @jwz
"You're not making Christianity better; you're just making rock and roll worse." - Hank Hill
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David Krider Dec 3
Replying to @MrAndyNgo
That's funny. I see SO MANY people who think Twitter, as a company, is completely beholden to the right-wing, and a bastion of Nazi sympathizers. The fact that there are controversies on both sides gives me hope that they are at least TRYING to keep the delicate balance.
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