|Cena_mark - 2022-01-27 |
Just Fox News hacks being obtuse and trying to rile up the boomers. The truth is we shouldn't be working the hours we do.
Exactly. They could have a conversation about how stagnant wages and workplace abuse impact worker morale, but instead we have a TV man ridiculing an internet schlub.
Jokes on you, olds. Good luck funding medicare after >65s outnumber
. . . outnumber under the 18s because you worked the breeders to death.
(Poetv didn't like the less-than sign and cut the rest of my comment.)
I don't like the less than sign either.
|glasseye - 2022-01-27 |
Apparently most of the subreddit didn't want this to happen, but well, Reddit. What do they have to gain by going on Fox fucking news anyway? This just feeds the capitalist-imperialist lie machine.
Yeah and the Reddit is currently closed..I guess I'll go to r/overwork to compensate,
Jk r/workreforn sprung up in the laughably small amount of time that that other reddit is closed
Two Jar Slave
This kind of egoism is what happens when you mistake sloganeering for knowledge. Between Jordan Peterson's climate nonsense and now this, it's been a good week for exposing armchair experts.
|Jimmy Labatt - 2022-01-27 |
The sad/hilarious thing is, this WAS their best.
|Two Jar Slave - 2022-01-28 |
Oh shit, I guess post memes ISN'T the same thing as labour reform activism.
"Labor reform" and "antiwork" aren't the same thing, but yes.
Two Jar Slave
The antiwork subreddit that the interviewee moderates has largely switched from its original anarcho-whateveralist philosophy to a meeting ground for people interested in labour reform. Either way, posting memes ain't gonna do fuck all about fuck all -- and that includes educating people about real problems and the reforms being fought for today. I myself don't know fuck all about labour reform (or fuck else), but I do know directionless whining when I see it.
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