QuebecOverCanada Posted January 26, 2022 Report Share Posted January 26, 2022 (edited) Reddit is a website where a lot of topics may be discussed in many small bubbles called subreddits, where photos, posts, videos are shared. Anyone may access most of the subreddits, but you need to register to Reddit to get access to commenting, just like most forums like the own you're browsing right now. The subreddit called r/Antiwork is a subreddit officially dedicated to combat unfair work practices, bosses who are down right abusive, but also is a place where lots of people who are really just not wanting to work flock to. This subreddit did legitimately good things; the posters and mods helped Kellogg's workers when they were on strike, to post applications to go to work for Kellogg's and waste the employer's time for better working conditions for their employees, which they were granted after a few weeks. Famous posts also include a nurse who, only 12 days after giving birth to a newborn, had to go back to work. It is legitimaly good, but also encourages laziness. Fox News decided that, you know what, this subreddit, which garnered hundreds of thousands of followers, had to be more mediatized. They decided to welcome one of their moderators on the Jessie Watters show, and it is a piece of anthology. The subreddit is now closed, because the moderator who was interviewed thought he did well on Fox News, and thought Conservatives and other corporate entities were brigading the subreddit when he was duly criticized for his unkempt presentation, the weakness emanating from him and his total lack of intelligence. He is also what many portrait as a caricature of a Reddit moderator, a lazy, fat, lone male with no real job. Fascinating, and hilarious. Thoughts? Edited January 26, 2022 by QuebecOverCanada 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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