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  • jamil

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    Who shouldn't have gotten shot in the first place, but did due to cowardice.
    Given the footage I saw, I think the officer should not have fired in that case, but there's no way that's not justifiable in court. So it is what it is.


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    Given the footage I saw, I think the officer should not have fired in that case, but there's no way that's not justifiable in court. So it is what it is.

    We had how many riots where the perps were treated with kids gloves? F that. I don't care if was legal, it was wrong on every other level.


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    Amazing that with a skeleton crew, they can actually do something this positive. (Shows what I know about how this stuff works…I didn’t realize twitter was a source for child porn).

    More on this. This could be big trouble for some Libs.

    The THREE biggest hashtags used by child abusers selling child sexual abuse material on Twitter have virtually been eliminated!



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    Eh, mixed feelings on that. This feeds my sensibilities that adult babies are getting a taste of reality. But here's the rub. How much is he paying them? If only exceptional performance constitutes a passing grade, while that's a lofty standard and all, he's going to have to open up the wallet to attract and keep exceptional performers because they're few and far between. We've gone through a spat of hiring where I work, and I think < 20% are what I'd consider exceptional. It's hard to find them.

    If 88% of the staff quit, maybe the 12% remaining are the exceptional ones. But driving employees into the dirt, especially without appropriate compensation, it's not a good long term employment strategy. You'll have high turnover and you'll grow cynical attitudes in your employees. No one wants to be treated like **** by their boss. And there are still plenty of opportunities for software engineers. Be demanding, sure. Have high standards, sure. But be fair. And recognize that people have a life outside of work. And for those times when you need them to make work their life, you better ***damn pay them if you want to keep them.

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    He doesn’t seem to have any issues at spaceX Getting talent and commitmen. I would imagine his leadership skills are the same at twitter.
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