Every time I post about this there's some drive-by takes of "well tech companies ARE overstaffed" or "managers are the REAL problem" or whatever else, and let me be abuuuuundantly clear: the actual and only problem is treating people as means to an end, fungible assets of production, and disposable instruments. I don't care if you do this in service of ~*shareholder value*~, or rEaLiGnInG pRiOriTiEs, or whatever other bootlicking reason you want to parrot. I don't care, and you will get blocked.
DID YOU KNOW cats can climb ladders?
Specifically, 9 ft ladders leading into ceiling cavities?
related: I have just now purchased a climbing harness, for to attach to something solid.
I have returned alive from clearing out the gutters.
Standing and sitting on a sloping metal surface inches away from a 30ft drop remains my least favourite household chore.
related: why in living fuck is 32-bit software even a thing in this, the age where 8GB RAM is insufficient.
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