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Nice repurposed content here. Jason with the cliffhanger.
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Reason 372565 why I love the #WordPress community.
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Great episode, btw.
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AKA Fat Mullenweg
Glad this stuff is being addressed. Many people are clever enough to be assholes or be hurtful with enough cover that they can say "it was a joke", or "they didn't do anything".
Many people are illusions.
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Thanks for watching!
There is a lot to unpack sometimes with these incidents.
A mentor of mine in this space @sereedmedia always brings it.
Thanks foe speaking about this @boogah
People are often complex. They are often not a-holes/racist/sexist/terroristic/threatening to everyone they meet.
It's when people double down on the bad behavior, don't apologize or make things right, and don't change that seals the deal.
Acting like an a-hole is like an iceberg. There's almost always more you don't see beneath the surface.
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