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Monday, January 08, 2018

You can't even hope to contain him

James Damore files his much-anticipated lawsuit against Google, and reveals a number of surprising facts about Google policy:
Google Provides Internal Tools to Facilitate Blacklisting

Google’s internal company systems allowed employees and managers to maintain a “block list” of other employees with whom they did not wish to interact. For example, if A adds B to her block list, B is not able to look A up in the company directory, communicate with A through the internal instant messaging system, view A’s contact information or management chain, or see A’s  posts on internal social media. A and B would not be able to work together constructively on an engineering project if either person blocked the other.

It is common knowledge within Google that employees were habitually added to block lists for expressing conservative political views. In these comments, employees and managers discussed using block lists to sabotage other Googlers’ job transfers onto their teams.

When an employee was blocked by a manager in another department in retaliation for reporting misconduct, Google HR defended the practice of blacklisting co-workers, stating: “Thanks for sharing this. Co-workers are allowed to control who can access their social media accounts (like G+ and hangouts). Unless your inability to access John’s social media accounts is negatively impacting your ability to do your job, we don’t find any information to suggest that John is retaliating against you in violation of policy.”

 On a separate occasion, another Googler posted: “Another day, another entry on a  blacklist I wish wasn’t necessary to keep.” This was reported to Google HR. Google HR responded that the employee “was just expressing his own personal opinion on who he likes working with, [therefore] we did not find his comments to violate Google policy.”

At a “TGIF” all-hands meeting on October 26, 2017, an employee directly asked executives about the appropriateness of employees keeping political blacklists. Kent Walker, the Senior Vice President of Legal, dodged the question rather than repudiating the practice of  blacklisting.

On September 8, 2017, a group of conservative employees met with Paul Manwell, Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s Chief of Staff, to raise concerns about the ongoing problem of politically motivated blacklisting, bullying, and discrimination at Google. This meeting was a direct response to the company’s handling of the Damore situation.

The conservative employees shared their own experiences with discrimination and asked the management for three major reforms. First, they asked for clarity around communication  policies, recommending that Google publish a clearer statement on what is acceptable and unacceptable employee communication, and that any and all complaints about communication be adjudicated through “a documented, fair, transparent, and appealable process.” In the meeting, the employees pointed out that company leadership was sending mixed messages on whether it was even  permissible to criticize diversity policies. Second, the employees requested protection from retaliation, asking the leadership to make a public statement that conservatives and supporters of Damore would not be punished in any way for their political stances. Third, the conservative employees asked the company to make it clear that the hostile language and veiled threats directed at Damore and his supporters were unacceptable, and in the interest of making Google a healthier environment for employees of all political stripes, the managers and VPs who made such statements should retract them. On information and belief, none of these reforms ever took place.

In or around October 2017, a number of diversity activists at Google indicated that they had met with VPs Danielle Brown and Eileen Naughton in order to ensure that they would be able to continue blacklisting and targeting employees with whom they had political disagreements. On October 22, 2017, a conservative employee asked HR to help put him in contact with company leadership to discuss the issue of targeted political harassment. This request was acknowledged by Employee Relations on October 31, 2017. On December 22, 2017, Employee Relations indicated to the employee that they would not be following up on his concerns about the systemic problems he raised, and they considered the matter closed.

Google Maintains Secret Blacklists of Conservative Authors

On August 26, 2016, Curtis Yarvin, a well-known conservative blogger who has reportedly advised Steve Bannon, Peter Thiel, and other members of the Trump administration, visited the Google office to have lunch with an employee. This triggered a silent alarm, alerting security personnel to escort him off the premises.

It was later discovered that other influential conservative personalities, including Alex Jones and Theodore Beale, are also on the same blacklist.

On or about September 15, 2016, a Google employee asked HR if the writers could be removed from the blacklist. HR refused to help with the request, and instead, reconfigured the internal system so that it was no longer possible to see who was on the blacklist.

Google Allowed Employees to Intimidate Conservatives with Threats of Termination

In the midst of any heated political discussion at Google, it has become commonplace to see calls for conservatives to be fired or “encouraged to work elsewhere” for “cultural fit” reasons. Googlers are extremely proud of the fact that the company has created a “shared culture of shared  beliefs” and openly discriminates against job applicants who do not share the same political ideology.
I'm flattered, of course. Is it not better to be feared than respected? But it's not as if it has done them any good, as Google leaks worse than the average White House.

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162 Comments:

Anonymous JAG January 08, 2018 3:54 PM  

Always Be Evil

Anonymous JAG January 08, 2018 3:59 PM  

And also, why doesn't Goolag just come out and state that only SJWs are allowed to work there?

(^^rhetorical question)

But then, I remember how the left works. They want a few conservatives around precisely so they can humiliate, persecute, and intimidate them.

Blogger Laramie Hirsch January 08, 2018 4:01 PM  

Google Maintains Secret Blacklists of Conservative Authors

This is why I switched to Wordpress towards the end of 2017.

Blogger Matthew McDaniel January 08, 2018 4:08 PM  

Alex Jones, Moldbug, & Vox Day. Sounds like a fun celebrity Mediterranean cruise.

Anonymous Steve January 08, 2018 4:08 PM  

It is common knowledge within Google that employees were habitually added to block lists for expressing conservative political views. In these comments, employees and managers discussed using block lists to sabotage other Googlers’ job transfers onto their teams.

Is constructive dismissal legal in California?

Anonymous Tipsy January 08, 2018 4:11 PM  

I'd be curious to see the terms of the out-of-court settlement. No way this goes to a jury.

Blogger Stilicho January 08, 2018 4:13 PM  

Damn, Google is so afraid of you visiting someone at their HQ that security has been alerted to remove you should you fly in from Italy. That's some serious world-wide projection of badfeelz, no wonder they are afraid of how horrible the SJW'S at Google would feel if they ever saw you in person. Is there a straight line correlation of the intensity of badfeelz with your proximity or is it geometric, converting to exponential with visual exposure?

Blogger Johnny January 08, 2018 4:13 PM  

Is constructive dismissal legal in California?

To answer with a question, is it enforced?

With all this effort I would think there would be some kind of side benefit. As there is an implicit benefit for big gov, maybe an understanding of favorable treatment from government. For its size, a few years ago Microsoft spent almost no money on lobbyist and picked up an antitrust lawsuit.

Blogger Johnny January 08, 2018 4:14 PM  

Is constructive dismissal legal in California?

To answer with a question, is it enforced?

With all this effort I would think there would be some kind of side benefit. As there is an implicit benefit for big gov, maybe an understanding of favorable treatment from government. For its size, a few years ago Microsoft spent almost no money on lobbyist and picked up an antitrust lawsuit.

Anonymous Icicle January 08, 2018 4:16 PM  

I'd be curious to see the terms of the out-of-court settlement. No way this goes to a jury.

Does he have to settle? Discovery process anyone?

Anonymous I'm Not a Fascist. But My Sons Are. January 08, 2018 4:21 PM  

It was later discovered that other influential conservative personalities, including Alex Jones and Theodore Beale, are also on the same blacklist.

Congrats are in order 'cause that there's an Alt-Right Nobel, son.

Anonymous Causal Lurker January 08, 2018 4:25 PM  

Stilicho, I have a feeling that the list may be named Hastur, in dread recognition of He Who Must Not Be Named. The very thought imparts deepest eldritch horror, but encountering the SDL in person (and being offered a skull goblet of nicely chilled Proseco) results in utter madness, complete inability to further control mouth, tongue, and limb.

This also sounds like the beginning of discovery process.

Anonymous Michael Maier January 08, 2018 4:26 PM  

How in the world does anything work-related get DONE in such a cesspit of idiocy?

Forget politics, you can blacklist anyone you want for any reason and it's okay with the bosses?

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer January 08, 2018 4:27 PM  

For its size, a few years ago Microsoft spent almost no money on lobbyist and picked up an antitrust lawsuit.

Yep, remember this well. Microsoft used to brag about not having lobbyists in DC. Then it got big enough for politicians to start sniffing the money and it was suddenly a monopoly and the government was on the side of Netscape. Then MS hired some lobbyists, money was channeled to the correct people, and it all just went away.

I think a good deal of Google's revenue is from secret government funding so that it can do the spying on US citizens that the government can't.

Anonymous JAG January 08, 2018 4:28 PM  

It would not surprise me in the least if Goolag used access to our private info to place many of us on a blacklist for the mere act of posting here. If I'm ever out that way I'll just have to test the theory, and sign up for a tour of Goolag too see if I can trigger the alarm.

Anonymous Ages January 08, 2018 4:30 PM  

I can already hear the cucks...

I don’t agree with it, but they can run their business however they want.

Blogger Bob Loblaw January 08, 2018 4:30 PM  

Ah, the good old "cultural fit" thing. When we don't want to work with you but know we'd get sued if we told you the real reason.

Anonymous WinstonWebb January 08, 2018 4:33 PM  

Mexicans, Somalis, and Kabobs are just not good "cultural fits" in America.

Does that work, too?

Anonymous Steve January 08, 2018 4:34 PM  

How in the world does anything work-related get DONE in such a cesspit of idiocy?

Probably, it increasingly doesn't. Only 15 short years ago Google only hired the cleverest, most autistic nerds. Now it's infested with blue-haired freaks, trannies and pedos.

Anonymous Krautman January 08, 2018 4:35 PM  

This is a non-story. Meanwhile, in the real world, President Oprah is gonna imprison Drumph in January 2021. Will Vox Day end up in prison too? Sad!

Anonymous Icicle January 08, 2018 4:35 PM  

I get uncomfortable around affirmative action post-menopausal crones like HR. Can we get a better cultural fit?

Anonymous Rfvujm January 08, 2018 4:37 PM  

How long until Google is classified as a monopoly? If they censor conservative views in their office, there's no doubt that they censor conservative search results. (But we already knew the search results are doctored.)

Blogger Bob Loblaw January 08, 2018 4:38 PM  

Then it got big enough for politicians to start sniffing the money and it was suddenly a monopoly and the government was on the side of Netscape. Then MS hired some lobbyists, money was channeled to the correct people, and it all just went away.

Americans (particularly on the left) imagine representatives for companies and other interest groups walk into a politician's office with a suitcase full of cash and say "this is what we want..."

From what I can tell it's more the other way around: "Nice company you got there. Be a shame if something happened to it."

California governor Gray Davis was having a policy discussion with the teacher's union president. Halfway through the conversation he interrupts the union boss and says "I think I'm going to need about a million dollars from you people." No pretense, no euphemism... just a direct demand for cash. It made the papers, but nobody in Sacramento seemed outraged, or even surprised.

And people say China is corrupt.

Blogger Ceerilan January 08, 2018 4:39 PM  

Google is clearly a utility. It's time to go in and trust bust them so their influence wanes.

Blogger tublecane January 08, 2018 4:45 PM  

"other influential conservative personalities"

Vox is explicitly anti-conservative, though I know what "conservative" is supposed to mean in this context. We're not at the point where people take the time to distinguish between rightist factions, unless they're making a point.

I can't wait until people argue about Moldbug being a neoreactionary as opposed to alt-right as casually as this or that socialist being an anarchist instead of a survivalist. Mostly because I am so sick of knowing so much about internal leftist politics. It's their turn to learn.

Blogger Azimus January 08, 2018 4:47 PM  

Damore got his X-wing into the trench and he is lining up for a shot on the thermal exhaust port...

Blogger NO GOOGLES January 08, 2018 4:48 PM  

If adsense gets a real competitor or the company gets too converged for adsense to continue as it is now, Google is done. Adsense is literally the only moneymaking venture at Google that funds all of the rest of the insanity. The day adsense burns, the internet will get a little freer.

Blogger lowercaseb January 08, 2018 4:48 PM  

JAG wrote:And also, why doesn't Goolag just come out and state that only SJWs are allowed to work there?

(^^rhetorical question)

But then, I remember how the left works. They want a few conservatives around precisely so they can humiliate, persecute, and intimidate them.


Exactly...without token conservatives they WILL start to eat themselves.

Blogger S. Misanthrope January 08, 2018 4:49 PM  

I am continually in awe of how immature and unprofessional every single damn tech company is, and yet somehow this company internal blocking feature surprises even me. I work at a company with over 60,000 employees and have never once felt the need to block anyone. When people IM me too much, I stop responding and they stop. If someone behaves inappropriately, I talk to my manager who talks to their manager who resolves the issue. If you have the type of employee who actually requires a block or blacklist, that employee is a liability and should be fired immediately. Are the very basic building blocks of competent management and HR function really so far beyond a lynch-pin of the economy like Google? Fml.

Blogger Lazarus January 08, 2018 4:51 PM  

As Milo sez, the only diversity that matters is diversity of thought. That is why it cannot be tolerated.

Blogger tublecane January 08, 2018 4:52 PM  

@13-"you can blacklist anyone you want for any reason and it's okay with the bosses?"

I wouldn't be surprised to learn some blacklisting rationales are out of bounds, and can be redressed. Like how society at large allows you countless ways discriminate, and outlaws only a choice few as "discrimination."

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents January 08, 2018 4:56 PM  

The super Goolag search algorithm was clearly corrupted in 2016 just on the basis of "Hillary Clinton" autocomplete. What other political inputs exist in search? Goolag is as much a "hide engine" as a "search engine". A niche for an honest engine that doesn't track users exists, something beyond duckduck.

I'm trying to think of a Goolag innovation in the last 10 years. Groups & stuff doesn't even count. Also trying to think of a profit center for Goolag beyond adverts and probably laundered money from NSA. Coming up blank. Anyone's help welcome.

If all Goolag has is its adware and NSA money for income, and has stuffed itself full of incompetents who "innovate" on the Code of Conduct, it's looking like a big, slow dino.


Anonymous Mayonnaise January 08, 2018 4:58 PM  

Conservatives at Google won't block a leftie because they'd have to pretty much block the whole damn company. The lefties, on the other hand, can gang-block the much-smaller number of conservatives without breaking a sweat.

The conservatives are then on the receiving end of a disproportionately high number of blocks ... proof positive that conservatives have trouble "playing well with others."

These leftie Googlers are pathetic, cowardly people.

Blogger Bob Loblaw January 08, 2018 4:59 PM  

Probably, it increasingly doesn't. Only 15 short years ago Google only hired the cleverest, most autistic nerds. Now it's infested with blue-haired freaks, trannies and pedos.

Of all the things Goolag does, I don't think anything actually makes money other than the AdWords (search engine advertising) and AdSense, which are really just two facets of the same product.

They could probably fire at least half the company without seeing a near-term drop in revenue, which is why they can carry all the wamaloes and don't-you-dare-gender-me people who indulge in the sort of policies you see in the article. These people aren't actually producing anything of value, so they have plenty of time to indulge their authoritarian side. I'd work at Starbucks before I took a job a Google.

Eventually Google will get real competition and you'll see a culling that hasn't been seen since IBM's darkest days.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 08, 2018 5:02 PM  

I would love to see a group picture of Google's thought enforcers, I'll bet fat white trash with blue hair.

Anonymous JAG January 08, 2018 5:04 PM  

Mr.MantraMan wrote:I would love to see a group picture of Google's thought enforcers, I'll bet fat white trash with blue hair.

Don't forget Tiesha the land whale with the ghetto attitude.

Blogger tz January 08, 2018 5:05 PM  

It is best to be respected, as you might be loved.
It is second best to be feared, but you will be hated.
It is worst to be feared to be associated with you as you will have few allies.

Since everyone on the "blacklist" is white, ought they not rename it?

Blogger tublecane January 08, 2018 5:06 PM  

@29-"the type of employee who actually requires a block or blacklist"

Of course, blocking or blacklisting such an employee wouldn't solve the problem for anyone but the person who no longer has to deal with them. Though it does alert others to their undesirability. Which is just kicking cans down roads.

Plus, a system where you can blacklist them for reasons entirely apart from whether or not they're a good employee--leaving aside the highly B.S.-able "cultural fit" argument--actively covers up for truly bad employees. Who can say, "Sure, I'm blacklisted. But so are Bill and Bob and Carl, and they're great at their jobs!" How would management separate who deserved blacklisting in a bottom-line sense from who didn't?

This is a perfect feminine blacklisting system, however. It would provide great material for a satirical novel about a converged institution.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine January 08, 2018 5:07 PM  

Burn it to the ground.

Blogger tublecane January 08, 2018 5:07 PM  

@38-Sorry, I meant feminine back-biting system.

Blogger Cataline Sergius January 08, 2018 5:09 PM  

I disagree with the idea of regulating Google.

Nobody is too big to fail and fail Google will eventually.

As is well known Aphabet has only one real source of income and that is adsense.

And adsense is a paper tiger. People only buy it because they keep getting told they have to. The truth is they don't.

Classic example: Pottery Barn. They dropped adsense when they found out that the only words adsense were flagging were, "pottery," "barn" and the twenty nine most common miss spelling of those two words.

Pottery Barn dropped adsense and never looked back.

I think the end of Google will be a cascade event, starting when the general business public figures out what PB did.

That they are only paying google to effectively domain squat and their business will be unaffected if they quit.

Anonymous a deplorable rubberducky January 08, 2018 5:15 PM  

That's some downright evil Orwellian stuff going on at Google. I can't believe any sane person would want to work there. Eject! Eject! Eject!

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella January 08, 2018 5:16 PM  

oh, gosh, too funny!

The hashtag, metoo, is now being referred to as "pound me, too!"

Anonymous Conservative putz January 08, 2018 5:19 PM  

WHY ATTACK GOOGLE? MUH FREE MARKET!!1!

Blogger Tank January 08, 2018 5:20 PM  

The full Complaint is over at Legal Insurrection. Some more interesting bits there. Worth a look.

Anonymous Elmer Fudd January 08, 2018 5:21 PM  

"Don't forget Tiesha the land whale with the ghetto attitude."

You misspelled her name. It's Kafeesha.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash January 08, 2018 5:23 PM  

Any place I've ever worked the statement "I cannot work with person X" , let alone "I cannot bear to ever be reminded of X's existence", would have been asking to be fired. The best translation into Normie would be "I'm too emotional and fragile to engage in normal workplace interaction, I freak out over any little thing and civility is beyond me."
The only cases otherwise I have seen have been where the target of one's ire was already widely disliked and did a poor job.

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents January 08, 2018 5:29 PM  

Goolag's no-see list is an instantiation of "I can't even...!", perfect for an army of special snowflakes. Black knighting, anyone?

Blogger Robert What? January 08, 2018 5:30 PM  

Google has some conservative employees? How did they get past HR?

Blogger Snidely Whiplash January 08, 2018 5:33 PM  

Bob Loblaw wrote:I'd work at Starbucks before I took a job a Google.
By report of the people who work there, Starbucks HQ is just as converged, if not more so.
Oh, you meant the retail shops.. Yeah, I'm sure Lasquishya and He/She Cassandra are totally down for the alt-Right.

Blogger James Dixon January 08, 2018 5:35 PM  

> And adsense is a paper tiger. People only buy it because they keep getting told they have to. The truth is they don't.

Google is successful because they've been the best search engine out there. That's changing due to their political biases. It'll take time, but barring a change in management attitudes, their collapse is certain.

Anonymous CPEG January 08, 2018 5:38 PM  

"I'd work at Starbucks before I took a job a Google."

Consider manual labor instead. Starbucks is a sink for SJWs with Barista Studies degrees who can't find a job that directly contributes to The Cause.

Blogger Lovekraft January 08, 2018 5:41 PM  

Decades ago, the foundations were torn out and replaced by these deceitful charlatans (exemplified in Obama). Their new tower of babel is currently undergoing a metamorphosis, the result being further societal/global enmity and envy directed by the 'elites.'

What the alt-right has done, and continues to do, through this period, is maintain and hone a focus of cold, calculating reserve for the time when this tower's foundations can truly have their own earthquake.

IOW, much recognition has to go out to the countless numbers of victims (refugees, as I like to call them) of this culture war, brought up on false harassment claims, passed over under reverse racism, and psychologically attacked via media, courts, gov't.

Blogger Lovekraft January 08, 2018 5:43 PM  

@VD:

I saw an notice for Milo's new tv channel, but when I clicked on the youtube link, it wouldn't load. The list of compatible browsers didn't have Brave (which I use).

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener January 08, 2018 5:47 PM  

Google is a proponent of big government, therefore they should welcome forceful intervention by the EEOC.

Anonymous E Deploribus Unum January 08, 2018 5:50 PM  

including Alex Jones and Theodore Beale

I'm absolutely dying at the thought of Vox flying over from Italy for lunch with a much-valued friend working at Google, only to be unceremoniously and unsuspectingly tossed from the premises by Google Stasi because he was too naive to realize he was not wanted there.

Uh ... no. These people are certifiable.

Blogger Daniel Paul Grech Pereira January 08, 2018 5:51 PM  

They messed with the wrong autist this time.

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents January 08, 2018 5:53 PM  

Reshingling work on a roof in July is hard but better work than Goolag. Because no SJW's.

Blogger John Cunningham January 08, 2018 5:54 PM  

VFM424 here-- if Brave is not working, try Opera. I have used it for years.

Anonymous Ages January 08, 2018 5:55 PM  

President Oprah

Only in Matt Drudge's dreams.

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents January 08, 2018 5:58 PM  

@59
Opera is now owned by the Chinese.

Try Vivaldi, created by former Opera coders.

Anonymous Broken Arrow January 08, 2018 5:59 PM  

For those wanting to do something practical switch to Brave Browser and switch your search engine to DuckDuckGo. You don't need Chrome and Google.

Blogger Nate January 08, 2018 6:06 PM  

i cannot even fathom the triggering that would result from Vox visiting the Google campus.

Blogger Phelps January 08, 2018 6:07 PM  

Does he have to settle? Discovery process anyone?

Depends. If the class gets certified, then as representative plaintiff he has a duty to keep the wellbeing of the entire class in mind, which means that if the settlement is overall good, he has a duty to take it.

If the class doesn't get cert, he's free as an individual to charge whatever lines he wants.

Blogger Salt January 08, 2018 6:15 PM  

Love the Complaint. It's full of googly googlyness.

Blogger Ben Cohen January 08, 2018 6:16 PM  

Vox probably has contacts there that are under surveillance.

It would be funny, though, to see vox and alex Jones with a bullhorn at Google hq.

Blogger Tatooine Sharpshooters' Club January 08, 2018 6:16 PM  

This triggered a silent alarm, alerting security personnel to escort him off the premises.

How was the alarm triggered? Did another employee spot the guy, or was some more insidious form of ID used, like facial recognition or a surreptitiously injected RFID chip?

Anonymous Icicle January 08, 2018 6:19 PM  

They messed with the wrong autist this time.

He truly is a Cruelty Autist.

Blogger tublecane January 08, 2018 6:23 PM  

@61-Also, try Orlando Furioso, which is my favorite Vivaldi opera.

Anonymous 8859 ways ro be adorable January 08, 2018 6:28 PM  

She wouldn't dare. The US is famous for the peaceful transition of power. If old presidents start getting prosecuted, new presidents will start keeping the job for life.

Oprah's next conservative successor would likely lock HER up. That's why Hillary the hagraven will never be prosecuted.

Anonymous Icicle January 08, 2018 6:31 PM  

The silent alarm was triggered at the Google headquarters.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrahTQfHP_o

Human casualties: 0.0
He has a miniagression gun!

Anonymous Avalanche January 08, 2018 6:31 PM  

@23 representatives for companies and other interest groups walk into a politician's office with a suitcase full of cash and say "this is what we want..."
From what I can tell it's more the other way around: "Nice company you got there. Be a shame if something happened to it."


'spect it's probably BOTH!

Anonymous patrick kelly January 08, 2018 6:32 PM  

"Ages wrote:I can already hear the cucks...

I don’t agree with it, but they can run their business however they want.
"

I would agree if everyone could run their business, family etc. however they wanted without gov't interference, but we can't, so they shouldn't be able to either.

Anonymous Avalanche January 08, 2018 6:34 PM  

@25 "Damore got his X-wing into the trench and he is lining up for a shot on the thermal exhaust port..."

"Wonder if Damore used to bullseye womp rats in his T-16 back home."

Anonymous 8859 ways ro be adorable January 08, 2018 6:35 PM  

It's also common to hire prostitutes to privately 'read the bill' in the congressman's locked private office.

Anonymous Avalanche January 08, 2018 6:37 PM  

@29 "If you have the type of employee who actually requires a block or blacklist, that employee is a liability and should be fired immediately."

If they did that,t here would be NO ONE LEFT who can program! All the whiners and SJWs are the ones doing the blocking - and usually NOT because the person being blocked is somehow wrong/bad/offensive. If you hurt someone's feelings (because that person is a weenie) should you be considered a liability and fired? (Or should she?) (Was gonna write they, but it's 'she' ... or a girl-with-penis -- so sorta 'she'...)

Anonymous Icicle January 08, 2018 6:41 PM  

As congressman Charlie Wilson (PBUH) said, "you can teach them to type, but you can't teach them to grow tits."

Anonymous Avalanche January 08, 2018 6:45 PM  

@63 " cannot even fathom the triggering that would result from Vox visiting the Google campus."

Mount Rainier would go active and wipe out Seattle (and Redmond, it's on the way!). Too bad for the pretty waterfront, but then we can reclaim and start over!

Blogger Bob Loblaw January 08, 2018 6:46 PM  

Snidely Whiplash wrote:Bob Loblaw wrote:I'd work at Starbucks before I took a job a Google.

By report of the people who work there, Starbucks HQ is just as converged, if not more so.

Oh, you meant the retail shops.. Yeah, I'm sure Lasquishya and He/She Cassandra are totally down for the alt-Right.


Heh heh. Not where I live. The prototypical Starbucks employee is a 22 year old blond named Tiffany who's saving up for beauty school. She didn't go to Oberlin, and she's completely apolitical unless you can frame your issue around puppies.

I'm too old to chase her around the stockroom, but I could make a joke in her presence without getting fired.

Anonymous John VI January 08, 2018 6:51 PM  

They need someone that can do the work to steal the credit from at any rate.

Anonymous JAG January 08, 2018 7:06 PM  

Nate wrote:i cannot even fathom the triggering that would result from Vox visiting the Google campus.

Blue hair would spontaneously ignite.

Anonymous Ominous Cowherd January 08, 2018 7:11 PM  

Avalanche wrote:@29 "If you have the type of employee who actually requires a block or blacklist, that employee is a liability and should be fired immediately."

If they did that,t here would be NO ONE LEFT who can program! All the whiners and SJWs are the ones doing the blocking ...


I think that was the point: if you are the sort of whiner/SJW who wants to use a block list, you are a liability. That's how I read it, anyway.

Anonymous Avalanche January 08, 2018 7:13 PM  

Reading the filing:

I tried to imagine if the Founders could EVER have imagined an actual legal document with the phrase "bubble of groupthink" in a court of law!

Blogger Lovekraft January 08, 2018 7:15 PM  

@64 Phelps:

Just found this related story from the Soviet Republic of Canada, about similar blacklists.

I think there is a Scale of Potential Magnitude this and similar stories hold.

0 being flushed down the memory hole
10 being Damore Day in all public schools. My hope is at least a 7: all future HR department policies subject to extreme screening, with dismissal of any who implemented prior discrimination.

https://ipolitics.ca/2014/11/24/cbcs-toxic-atmosphere-is-spilling-into-the-streets/

Blogger Wynn Lloyd January 08, 2018 7:17 PM  

Lol. They are so pathetic when they trot that one out.

Blogger Wynn Lloyd January 08, 2018 7:20 PM  

What's your T-cell count looking like? You better focus on those meds instead of popping off on here.
Lol. What a weird troll.

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Anonymous Pitcrew January 08, 2018 7:29 PM  

@66
Always hide your power levels.

Blogger Wynn Lloyd January 08, 2018 7:29 PM  

Ha. He's been hard at work, wrecking his brand over the last few months, it seems.

Blogger eharmonica January 08, 2018 7:32 PM  

Unless he has an email trail, his lawsuit will be dismissed.

More to the point, when companies get big they forget their actual mission, which is this:

"To Make Money For Our Investors".

Blogger Silly but True January 08, 2018 7:37 PM  

Slightly OT: There's an actual win against the swamp with Federal Judge (Hispanic woman Obama appointee) dismissing Cliven Bundy standoff trial with prejudice against Federal government due to gross misconduct.

Sessions has already opened Investigation against DA.

And of you weren't aware, Comey was at the heart of the FBI's part.

https://static.theintercept.com/amp/cliven-bundy-case-ranch-standoff-fbi.html

Blogger F.D. Stephens January 08, 2018 7:38 PM  

And yet Fortune rated it No. 1 out of 100 Best Companies to Work For eight out of eleven times. Fortune must logically operate a similar work environment.

Blogger James Dixon January 08, 2018 7:45 PM  

> only to be unceremoniously and unsuspectingly tossed from the premises by Google Stasi...

Even at Vox's current age, it would probably be entertaining to see them try. Especially since I doubt he would be alone.

Blogger James Dixon January 08, 2018 7:53 PM  

> Try Vivaldi, created by former Opera coders.

Seconded. I've had no luck with it, but my wife loves it.

> Unless he has an email trail, his lawsuit will be dismissed.

At least one very recent Google manager was foolish enough to post his views on the matter in public.

Blogger Bob Loblaw January 08, 2018 7:54 PM  

eharmonica wrote:Unless he has an email trail, his lawsuit will be dismissed.

More to the point, when companies get big they forget their actual mission, which is this:

"To Make Money For Our Investors".


I would be very surprised if there were no emails. It's virtue signalling. What's the point of blacklisting conservatives if you don't tell all your friends?

That's why Google will pay him off. They don't want to go through discovery.

Blogger VD January 08, 2018 7:55 PM  

Unless he has an email trail, his lawsuit will be dismissed.

He does. Hell, I do. Google has an internal system to which loads of people have access. Damore probably has terabytes of data collected.

Anonymous Godfrey January 08, 2018 7:57 PM  

God isn't fun being the rebels? Isn't it fun being the edgy subversives undermining the establishment?

Just look at who the uptight puritan types are now.

Anonymous Überdeplorable Psychedelic Cat Grass January 08, 2018 7:57 PM  

Use Vivaldi or Brave. Opera is ChiCom owned.

Also Vox, congrats on being on Google's blacklist!

As someone said re: Damore that they messed with the wrong autist!

OpenID leukosfash January 08, 2018 7:59 PM  

eharmonica: Yeah, that's the reason capitalism always leads to exploitation and globalism. The real mission of a company should be to make money and provide jobs. People are not labor units; that's (((Merchant))) thinking. Our entire economic system has been corrupted by (((international money-lenders))).

Blogger steveaz January 08, 2018 8:10 PM  

The Resistance is real and its membership is identifiable. And so its individual members may be sued for harrassment or wrongful termination.

Hillary really effed-up by claiming membership in this overt cohort. Her identification of the "alt-right" served some personal political purpose. But her backlighting of the "Resistance" could come back to bite her!
-steveaz

Anonymous Patron January 08, 2018 8:15 PM  

Just hope Damore gets to see justice done, and not 30 years in the US justice system (like Mark Steyn vs Michael Mann).

Blogger idprism January 08, 2018 8:23 PM  

Congrats on making the list of evil wrongthinkers, ELoE.

Blogger idprism January 08, 2018 8:27 PM  

* The official megacorporation list

Blogger Andoc January 08, 2018 8:28 PM  

I imagine a lot is automated by now, they probably still have a few sane conservatives working there.

Anonymous Brick Hardslab January 08, 2018 8:55 PM  

Avalanche, you really are a girl. Redmond is east of Seattle and mount Rainer is south. Any flows would empty into Puget sound through the duwamish if it got that far.

Blogger Bobiojimbo January 08, 2018 9:07 PM  

A perfect example of the three laws of SJWs.

Anonymous Sidehill Dodger January 08, 2018 9:17 PM  

The best way to undermine Google is to run an ad blocker all the time. This cuts the revenue off at the source, besides eliminating all sorts of annoyances on the web. You can use whatever web browser you want, but if it doesn't support add-ons like Adblock Plus and NoScript, then it's not helping you. Also, you should turn on cookies on a whitelist only basis. I.e., run with cookies turned off by default.

NoScript is interesting add on--you can actually see who is streaming content through the web page you're looking at, and allow or disallow it as you see fit. Remember, each frame on that page you are looking at that contains content from another URL than the main page can also set cookies, run scripts, include other URLs, etc. NoScript allows you to "whitelist" sites if you trust them.

One interesting side-effect of disabling all scripts by default is that some sites use scripts to determine whether or not you are running an ad blocker, or are a subscriber or not. A lot of dumb web programmers will let you right through if you don't run their "protection" scripts.

It's something of a hassle, but I think if you're not prepared to put in a little work to protect your privacy, then you deserve what you get.

Anonymous Deplorable me January 08, 2018 9:27 PM  

@105 Brick Hardslab

Avalanche, you really are a girl. Redmond is east of Seattle and mount Rainer is south. Any flows would empty into Puget sound through the duwamish if it got that far.

Nevermind that Google HQ is in the Communist State of California, and Mt. Rainer, etc. is in Progressive State of Washington (just north of the Peoples Collective of Oregon).

However, we can certainly pray that San Andreas will render judgment on the Communist State of California.

Blogger Christopher B January 08, 2018 9:47 PM  

None of which is anywhere close to Google's HQ in Mountain View CA.

(I assume somebody is being sarcastic here but it's not clear who.)

Anonymous Icicle January 08, 2018 9:54 PM  

That's why Google will pay him off. They don't want to go through discovery.

He should avoid the payout anyway. Because f*ck you, that's why.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash January 08, 2018 10:07 PM  

If the class gets certified, then as representative plaintiff he has a duty to keep the wellbeing of the entire class in mind, which means that if the settlement is overall good, he has a duty to take it.

You'd think that, but that duty has NEVAR been enforced. You see all the time class action lawsuits where Globo-Mega Corp pays the lawyers $4B and offers the class members a 25% discount on future purchases and free membership in their frequent flyer program.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 08, 2018 10:07 PM  

Fun thread, to which I'm quite late.

First, though, congrats to Vox! It was a good day that got a lot better. You're officially banned from setting foot on the premises of a company that didn't exist the last time you were in the USA. That's fairly impressive.

Matthew McDaniel wrote:Alex Jones, Moldbug, & Vox Day. Sounds like a fun celebrity Mediterranean cruise.

Man, would I be there day 1. It would go horribly, but somewhere between hour long discussions of obscure Greek philosophers and ripping clothes off, something amazing would happen.

As to Google, I said back when this broke that Damore should hold out for $100,000,000 or more. I wasn't joking. The damage this suit could do is far more than that figure. Damore is a left-of-center, biology PhD holder from a connected Jewish family. This issue isn't being dropped cheaply, and the potential damage is immense.

Obviously, SJWs will SJW, but they should know better. Oh well. Mr. Damore will be a very wealthy individual.

Blogger Sterling Pilgrim January 08, 2018 10:24 PM  

Congrats on your blacklisting... it is a medal of honor as far as I am concerned.

Anonymous DC(#sqrt(-1)) January 08, 2018 11:06 PM  

Just read the complaint they filed. Holy. Smokes. Batman! They have a number of unnamed complainants besides Damore, so take whatever $ amount you think the settlement was going to be, and raise it an order of magnitude (assuming a CA jury buys off on it, which is by no means guaranteed).

Blogger Azure Amaranthine January 08, 2018 11:33 PM  

"The US is famous for the peaceful transition of power. If old presidents start getting prosecuted, new presidents will start keeping the job for life."

This argument is every bit as retarded as it was the first shill I read it from.

Any argument that boils down to "we can't punish evil because that would trigger evil to do more evil thing" deserves to be summarily executed as the traitorous cuckling it is.

Evil needs to be obliterated, examples need to be made, hang them high. Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!

Anonymous Brick Hardslab January 08, 2018 11:34 PM  

I knew Avalanche was thinking of Microsoft. Close enough. When my mom used to say Sri Lanka she meant Sierra Leone. I knew what she meant.

Blogger Rough Carrigan January 08, 2018 11:41 PM  

Does anyone have insight as to how significantly this being filed in Cali will affect the chances of appellant success?

Anonymous Anonymous January 09, 2018 12:17 AM  

After being an outsourcer for Google when they started customer support for the Play Store, nothing much gets done. What does it very slow and is usually broken.

They being let go at another Silicon Valley start up for "Culture Fit" while being praised for the work accomplished.

Blogger Akulkis January 09, 2018 12:49 AM  

Microsoft has been a criminals enterprise since day one. Gates and Allan started the business using source code listings of a BASIC interpreter which they stole from their employer (dumpster diving)

How would they know that those printouts would be there unless they put them in the trash?

Blogger Akulkis January 09, 2018 12:53 AM  

Microsoft has been committing tortuous interference of trade (a legal principle going back all the way to the 1300's when something was scaring ducks off the neighbor's poo, which the owner was using to capture ducks for sale as food).

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother January 09, 2018 1:09 AM  

"And another thing. I don't want to get any messages saying we are holding our position. Let the Hun do that."

Blogger LP9 January 09, 2018 1:18 AM  

113, badge of honor, good luck to Damore hoping to change Google but google wont change, google is evil, its surely a few op or pysch op to the CIAFBIDeepState; Good to know as Cerno did a talk on this.

Stefans talk on Oprah reeled dad or the Captain, he and I dont want a woman any office I was offered to be on city council, I said "no, no thank you."

Blogger LP9 January 09, 2018 1:20 AM  

118 agreed; wrecked skype, outlook with 2 hour long updates, its trash

Blogger Revelation Means Hope January 09, 2018 1:24 AM  

Here is a soft and humorous way to help wake people up to Googles' evil ways.
Rough cut of part of a conversation of a small party at our home a couple weeks ago-
You know who is more likely to have warnings on fridge doors about dieting and being thin and basically warning you away from opening the door - fat people or thin people? Fat people have a really hard time controlling themselves, so they have to constantly remind themselves not to eat.

That is exactly what Google's old Mission Statement was - "don't be evil" was a them trying to restrain their natural urge to be as evil as possible and not snoop into people's private business. Guess what, they gave up when they found out that people still gave them their information even knowing that Google was selling it to whoever wanted to see it."

About half the group already knew this stuff, the other half had that introspective look in their eyes as they processed this new way of looking at our local GIANT employer. Then smoothly transition into some jokes about Facebook and Amazon's Alexa being able to listen to everything said inside people's homes....

Blogger Akulkis January 09, 2018 2:01 AM  

Oprah wants a civil wat which will result in all of her fans being starved to death, with no electricity?

Are you sure you've talked this out with the fat girl?

Anonymous Hezekiah Garrett January 09, 2018 2:12 AM  

Roll Tide Roll!!!

Anonymous Boggeyman January 09, 2018 2:16 AM  

Forget visiting the campus, I want this to go to trial and have Vox show up to testify for the plaintiff. Headline the following day, "Evil alt-right native American from Italy causes large disruption in court when 5 people pass out due to micro-aggression over exposure."

Blogger Akulkis January 09, 2018 2:16 AM  

Matt Drudge needs to fire his assistant(s) and resume running his page himself.

Blogger Akulkis January 09, 2018 2:18 AM  

Using slimjet lately. It's a fork of chromium, with the spyware removed, and other improvements.

Blogger Akulkis January 09, 2018 2:22 AM  

@Bob Lablaw

Where is this particular Starbucks of which you write?

Anonymous Sunnybutt January 09, 2018 2:23 AM  

Alex Jones is surely patting himself on the back. He sure deserves it.

Blogger Akulkis January 09, 2018 2:29 AM  

Yeah.. 95% of web scripting is just plain bad to evil.

Blogger roughcoat January 09, 2018 2:49 AM  

Hezekiah Garrett wrote:Roll Tide Roll!!!

Funny how they didn't roll their way to a single point until the refs started ignoring most of their penalties (notably the face mask and later unsportsmanlike conduct) and making shit up to stall Georgia in the second half.

WR trips, that's pass interference. Off sides when the ball was clearly already in motion, negating a blocked punt recovery on Alabama's 20. Two sideline penalties nowhere near the play. The ever-so-popular "didn't have possession of the ball"---so subjective you never have any fucking idea which way the call is going to go---negating an interception in the end zone.

And Alabama still almost fucked it up, even with all the help the refs could give without being totally blatant about it.

But it's the big story, right? Alabama makes it into the playoffs over Ohio State, even though OSU had a conference championship and Alabama didn't even play in the SEC championship. Then Alabama beats Clemson, who beat them in the championship last year. Alabama wins the championship, and the comeback story is complete. That kind of thing sells tickets and gets viewers, which makes money, which is all that matters.

It's not outright fixed, but it was obviously heavily massaged.

That was one of the gayest games I've ever seen that didn't involve Notre Dame.

Anonymous Vox Day on Google's Campus When? January 09, 2018 2:49 AM  

Steve wrote:Probably, it increasingly doesn't. Only 15 short years ago Google only hired the cleverest, most autistic nerds. Now it's infested with blue-haired freaks, trannies and pedos.

Hell, only 5 short years ago practically everybody used Google as an auxiliary memory storage bank. Their search was so much better, why bother going elsewhere? Now you have to really dig to get the same results that just showed up 5 years ago.

Hell, it's better to just search stackoverflow/wikipedia/IMDB/etc. directly than use Google as a shortcut. Their algorithms have so many cooks stirring the stew it's become useless. Bizarrely, Google's best product now is Gmail. Not because it's particularly good, but because they have good spam detection and because mail admins go out of their way to make sure email makes it to gmail.com addresses. The last domain that got this level of attention was aol.com.

Damore's suit sounds like a publicity stunt. Little to nothing will come from discovery. Anything juicy will be legally sealed up tighter than a lesbian's cootch. Damore isn't likely to go full Snowden when he can just cash a check and not have to live on the lam in an Eastern Bloc-cum-Eastern European nation. Who wants to convert everything to Bitcoin so they can go off the grid? Excepting electricity and Internet, obviously.

Blogger Bob Loblaw January 09, 2018 2:51 AM  

Akulkis wrote:@Bob Lablaw

Where is this particular Starbucks of which you write?


Northern California, oddly enough. It's one of those places where SJWs congregate and cluck about diversity but make sure that diversity happens in other places.

Anonymous oh_really January 09, 2018 3:02 AM  

Broken Arrow wrote:For those wanting to do something practical switch to Brave Browser and switch your search engine to DuckDuckGo. You don't need Chrome and Google.

...he posted on a blogspot.com site controlled by Google.

Blogger Cool Guy449xx_420 January 09, 2018 3:16 AM  

Goolag... This one will stick

Blogger Akulkis January 09, 2018 4:19 AM  

Eastern European women tend to be REALLY **HOT**, and unlike Western women, not only are they not pozzed with the feminism, they think that any woman who buys into feminism, or even pays lip service to it, is a pathetic creating who has no idea of what it is to be a woman.

Blogger The Kurgan January 09, 2018 5:11 AM  

It may result in actual national guard deployment

Blogger SciVo January 09, 2018 5:36 AM  

Vox Day on Google's Campus When? wrote:Damore's suit sounds like a publicity stunt. Little to nothing will come from discovery. Anything juicy will be legally sealed up tighter than a lesbian's cootch. Damore isn't likely to go full Snowden when he can just cash a check and not have to live on the lam in an Eastern Bloc-cum-Eastern European nation. Who wants to convert everything to Bitcoin so they can go off the grid? Excepting electricity and Internet, obviously.

My mental model says that as an autiste offended with actual injustice, he will basically be unswayable. They did him wrong. He is in the right. THEY MUST PAY.

Blogger SciVo January 09, 2018 5:38 AM  

I think it's actually a sign of a tech company in decline that they have so little interaction with autistes that they expected any other outcome.

Anonymous This is fun. Aren't you having fun? January 09, 2018 5:42 AM  

SciVo wrote:Vox Day on Google's Campus When? wrote:Damore's suit sounds like a publicity stunt. Little to nothing will come from discovery. Anything juicy will be legally sealed up tighter than a lesbian's cootch. Damore isn't likely to go full Snowden when he can just cash a check and not have to live on the lam in an Eastern Bloc-cum-Eastern European nation. Who wants to convert everything to Bitcoin so they can go off the grid? Excepting electricity and Internet, obviously.

My mental model says that as an autiste offended with actual injustice, he will basically be unswayable. They did him wrong. He is in the right. THEY MUST PAY.


Let's hear from Vox Day.

Is Damore a Gamma? Is Damore an Alpha? Is Damore a Sigma? Is Damore a Delta? What is the socio-sexual prediction?

To be honest, if Vox Day was completely honest, the prediction would have already been made.

Blogger SciVo January 09, 2018 5:57 AM  

@139: You are silly. Physiognomy is real, and Damore is clearly a sigma. (Apparently a slightly autistic Jewish sigma, which just compounds all of the things.)

Anonymous ((Sigma)) is totally a thing. January 09, 2018 6:04 AM  

SciVo wrote:@139: You are silly. Physiognomy is real, and Damore is clearly a sigma. (Apparently a slightly autistic Jewish sigma, which just compounds all of the things.)

Is ((sigma)) a thing?

((Sigma)) isn't a thing.

Unless ((sigma)) is a thing.

Blogger SciVo January 09, 2018 6:06 AM  

Do you think you're clever, for not speaking sense?

Anonymous I'm ((confused)) January 09, 2018 6:09 AM  

SciVo wrote:Do you think you're clever, for not speaking sense?

You're the one who said ((sigma)) was a thing.

Blogger SciVo January 09, 2018 6:12 AM  

I'm ((confused)) wrote:SciVo wrote:Do you think you're clever, for not speaking sense?

You're the one who said ((sigma)) was a thing.


With your love of sophistry, I'm going to have to make a hard exit at some point because I have work tomorrow. So this is it: no, I said (((sigma))) was a thing. Get it right.

Anonymous LOL (((sigmas))) January 09, 2018 6:17 AM  

SciVo wrote:I'm ((confused)) wrote:SciVo wrote:Do you think you're clever, for not speaking sense?

You're the one who said ((sigma)) was a thing.


With your love of sophistry, I'm going to have to make a hard exit at some point because I have work tomorrow. So this is it: no, I said (((sigma))) was a thing. Get it right.


(((Sigma))) is a thing, confirmed.

Blogger Wynn Lloyd January 09, 2018 6:22 AM  

This guy is worried about (((sigma))) but he should probably be more worried about (((gamma))) lol!
What a horrible joke. It's the truth, though. Had to go there.

Anonymous (((LOL))) January 09, 2018 6:25 AM  

Wynn Lloyd wrote:This guy is worried about (((sigma))) but he should probably be more worried about (((gamma))) lol!

What a horrible joke. It's the truth, though. Had to go there.


Yep, this is LOL.

Blogger Not a lefty January 09, 2018 6:27 AM  

Comment of the week right there!

Anonymous (((LOL))) January 09, 2018 6:31 AM  

I love niggers.

Anonymous Hezekiah Garrett January 09, 2018 8:51 AM  

We cheat better than you, suck it. Seriously, a 4 paragraph response to a 3 word cheer? Consider papaya, it does wonders for digestion.

Anonymous Dan January 09, 2018 8:59 AM  

Folks are acting excited about discovery in this case. But Damore has already given terrific discovery in this filing, in the form of numerous extreme statements by Google employees. This is it right here.

The funny thing is, he redacts conservatives but leaves all the SJWs at Google unredacted.

With this document, you don't need discovery to see many examples of what a horrible company Google is. Damore has curated Google's communications for us. Numerous instances of people calling for political violence and silencing speech rights of others, all with names attached.

Blogger James Dixon January 09, 2018 9:28 AM  

> And Alabama still almost fucked it up, even with all the help the refs could give without being totally blatant about it.

As I said the last time it was an all SEC affair: The SEC, the league with the most championships for playing with themselves.

Anonymous BBGKB January 09, 2018 10:24 AM  

If I'm ever out that way I'll just have to test the theory, and sign up for a tour of Goolag too see if I can trigger the alarm.

Dear Moslems, my friends & I are drawing pictures of moohmad blowing pigs at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043

Blogger Rygor January 09, 2018 2:19 PM  

The Jews weren't allowed to emigrate from the USSR

Anonymous Daniel January 09, 2018 4:14 PM  

@19
>>How in the world does anything work-related get DONE in such a cesspit of idiocy?

Probably, it increasingly doesn't. Only 15 short years ago Google only hired the cleverest, most autistic nerds. Now it's infested with blue-haired freaks, trannies and pedos.<<

I agree with this. Google is coasting on a powerful market position right now, but someday, someone will come a along, concerned solely with achievement and they will eat Google's lunch, breakfast and dinner. Think: Google's business model is no different than Craigslist. I'll bet Craigslist is way more profitable per employee now than Google. Many of Google's prized patents run their course in a few years, and others will continue to do do, anybody will be able to adapt and use them.

Anonymous Post Alley Crackpot January 09, 2018 5:24 PM  

"... if A adds B to her block list, B is not able to look A up in the company directory, communicate with A through the internal instant messaging system, view A’s contact information or management chain ..."

How is it that Google actually gets anything done?

Oh, right, they have a cognitive elite that does all of the heavy lifting, and everything else is merely a support function for a bloated company.

Why else would the ruling elite of Google invent such a thing as Alphabet if it weren't to prevent brigandry within the management ranks?

Anonymous I'm ((confused)) January 09, 2018 10:05 PM  

Don’t forget I love niggers

Blogger Akulkis January 10, 2018 12:53 AM  

@157

Sounds like your own, special, and deeply personal problem. Loving people who you simultaneously hate and denigrate.

S
What do you want us to do about it?

Until you come up with an answer, I would suggest:

1) stop advertising the fact that you're mentally ill,

2) seek professional help.

3) drop the satanic Judaism, and get yourself right with God.

Anonymous Mr. Rational January 11, 2018 10:07 AM  

I finally finished reading the suit itself, and skimmed the exhibits.

This one is going to sting.  How much of Google is the plaintiff class going to own once this is over?

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