Someone accuses him of being ableist against the impoverished, he tries to explain his way out of it, and it ends poorly.
Sometimes, like when S&P tells you to tone it down, you have to be more clever about the humor. Most of the time, however, it’s not.
Previously: Express Entry limitations. I needed an offer letter AND a IELTS score to get into Canada.
Now that I have a UK passport as well as a US passport, the only real restriction is economic. I would need an offer to retain any kind of work visa and income.
Also, i’m a white male. In the US, socially, if you’re white, male, and straight, you’re more untouchable than anyone else. The system is fucked. I feel more powerless now to fix it than I did before.
And his distraction for this one is Employees can’t WFH anymore.
Is it wrong that I want him to get run over by a truck, billowing smoke out of its aftermarket tailpipe, repeatedly?
The aggrieved and the injured say, “Beauty is kind and gentle. Like a young mother half-shy of her own glory she walks among us.” And the passionate say, “Nay, beauty is a thing of might and dread. Like the tempest she shakes the earth beneath us and the sky above us.”
It was my hope at my current employer to move our entire local dev and propagation process over to Docker but with the licensing change, we’re probably going to continue using Vagrant as our defacto LocalDev manager. VMs aren’t efficient, but HashiCorp isn’t changing the licensing model any time soon.
That’s cool, but without a clear binary or daemon package, it’s a nascent curiosity. That said, I’ll watch its development.