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People can shove their master/slave bullshit right up their asshole, shit it out, eat it, vomit it out and choke on it to death.

Why on earth do we have to deal with this stinking ratshit debate? As if anybody really cared how this terminology is used. Changing this won’t end slavery or other issues in our imperfect society.
I’ll tell you what, these moronic cunts even contribute to its imperfection.

Fucking hell, please die in the dirtiest corner of the filthiest whorehouse in Africa from starvation. Then at least you’ll get a taste of the real issues that we should focus on in our world.

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    It's interesting because I was wondering why I have such a visceral antagonism towards these kinds of debates in particular and it's because it's part of our actual programming work. This is a political debate happening within technical manuals and systemic work. It's like if I came into the nursing world and told them off for their hygiene practices for being against unclean people even though that's obviously NOT THE CONTEXT.

    This isn't happening in an idealogical discussion but rather this is a change in a standard wide idea of master/slave terminology.

    There was a similar story in Ruby with an activist who got famous and rewarded from the community for doing similar PRs.

    For me as someone who is doing their best to become a skilled programmer that can create software to actually impact people's lives, it feels like a slap in the face that if I want to do good, just go & change some terms, brag about it & I'll be recognized more for that than any other, more difficult work.
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    I'm really happy to have seen so many people post things like this. I'm glad to see that not everyone is a fucking retarded SJW. You all give me faith in humanity, maybe we can still preserve intellect yet. I love all of you ♥️
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    It warms my heart to see most developers in devrant identify this as the bs it is.
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