Category: Companies


 

And of course the biggest whammy is how they fired James Damore for having the temerity to point out any train of thought different from Google’s groupthinkthat all human demographics are exactly the same so any hiring differences must be due to racism, but a lack of diversity would be a critical flaw in a company because every human demographic is fundamentally different. Oh, and his memo also caused numerous female employees to stay home the next day, which seems to exactly prove his point. He is fighting back, in multiple ways, you can see the extensive list of complaints here – and the extent of the situation borders on the ridiculous – and of course the media completely misreported the situation.

 

Just the design of their advertising system itself is classically monopolistic and they threaten people who don’t use or promote their services.

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In their latest comic.

If being “verified” was just that Twitter had actually verified who you were, they wouldn’t have un-verified so many conservatives.

They shut down one of the main advocates for one side of the vote hours before the election.

Awesome.

They think it could have been a solid oxygen block, or someone sabotaging them, although they think the latter is unlikely.

The Eyeglass Monopoly

I didn’t realize this was a thing. Fascinating. One company, Luxottica, owns the majority of eyeglass brands, eye-care stores, and vision insurance – and uses that power to control the market.

Wow.

EPA Goes After Harley Davidson

One more right leaning company that the Obama administration doesn’t seem to like.

They don’t want her crimes exposed.

Isn’t covering up crimes considered evil?

Facebook’s Fascist Employees

Looking to try and manipulate their audience to swing the election.

In not-smooth seas, no less.

Very interesting.

Just a few recent examples. As always, they indulge in hate as long as it’s going in the direction they like.

Palestinian hatred isn’t tolerated, but hatred against Jews is.

So it was all a lie to continue to suck at the taxpayer teat.

They’re still lawful.

Don’t expect the cartels to stop fighting dirty for their outdated racket business model, though.

Lyft and Hertz have joined forces to let Lyft drivers rent Hertz cars for their pickups. Neat.

Oh look, somehow they just managed to sell China 300 planes, without their taxpayer teat.

It’s a lie, the jobs they’re threatening to offshore don’t even exist. They’re just angry to lose their teat of taxpayer money.

They’ve been obscuring evidence for years that the song, “Happy Birthday” actually is in the public domain.