Seems like any comment section I read that has to do with politics and the economy has plenty of people with this…

Originally shared by calvin coleman

Seems like any comment section I read that has to do with politics and the economy has plenty of people with this type of mentality .I’ve said it plenty of times you need to blame the corporations, their policies and what they will do for profit. Blame the COMPANIES not the workers trying to make a living.

“With the discovery of this new bug, we have decided to expedite the shut-down of all Google+ APIs; this will occur…

“With the discovery of this new bug, we have decided to expedite the shut-down of all Google+ APIs; this will occur within the next 90 days,” reads the blog post, penned by David Thacker, Google’s vice president of project management. “In addition, we have also decided to accelerate the sunsetting of consumer Google+ from August 2019 to April 2019. While we recognize there are implications for developers, we want to ensure the protection of our users.”

https://www.theverge.com/2018/12/10/18134541/google-plus-privacy-api-data-leak-developers

https://www.theverge.com/2018/12/10/18134541/google-plus-privacy-api-data-leak-developers

The best idea I heard about “offensive” statues and relics was to create a Memorial Garden of Bad Ideas.

The best idea I heard about “offensive” statues and relics was to create a Memorial Garden of Bad Ideas. A beautiful place where all the statues go with walkways and decomissioned fountains that you can quietly meander around. The statues aren’t cleaned or maintained but the garden is. The statues slowly melt away with the passage of time (just like bad ideas do) and give people a chance to reflect on their own mistakes whilst contemplating the mistakes of others. There will always be new statues to replace the erroded ones. Be a nice place for a school history field trip.

From the comments on a youtube video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJQHakkViPo