Google. I definitely hate Google, I hate YouTube, I hate.
Hear that, you nagging, anal algorithm?
By the way, you know what I hate more than people?
Eric Schmidt, that pansy ass crater face. I hate him for corrupting technology into one vast behavioral tool. High tech social engineers know what’s best for us, of course.
Parsing manners and sensitivities so everyone feels good and warm and fuzzy at the end of the day.
All scumbag executive technologists need testicular infusions because they are sycophantic cucks afraid of being the source of, or even bystanders to, any sense of affront to aggrieved groups.
In an op-ed for The New York Times (paywall), Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google, inserted himself directly into the middle of a heated debate about the line between fighting terrorism’s online reach and internet censorship.
“It’s our responsibility to demonstrate that stability and free expression go hand in hand,” he writes. “We should build tools to help de-escalate tensions on social media—sort of like spell-checkers, but for hate and harassment.”
His words came just after Hillary Clinton, the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination, called on Silicon Valley to “disrupt ISIL” last weekend in Washington DC. Clinton said it is crucial to “deprive jihadists of virtual territory” by shutting off their means of communication.
Go to hell, Schmidt. I hate you. I hate Hillary, I hate all you nanny’s.
I hate everyone, whatcha going to do about that?