You mean it isn’t a steaming pile of . . .

*reads post*

Nope, it still is ;)

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It's always a dude. Or a bro. Usually both.

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Content moderation by professional managers consistent with employee values was a colossal failure *as a management strategy* since the resulting entirely predictable perception of unfairness led directly to the hostile acquisition of the company by a megabillionaire who *fired all the managers*.

As a business strategy, you have to give the management team credit, provoking an eccentric billionaire into paying $44B to reverse the political valence of the comp[any was very probably the best possible outcome for shareholders. Maybe we should have *more* teams of nearsighted managers trying to make their company irresistible to outraged big-dollar stakeholders.

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