A reddit mod goes on Fox News, fukkkery ensues...

Anno Domini

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Cliff notes.

- There's a subreddit called Antiwork with almost 2 million members.
- With the record amount of resignations happening it's been getting a lot of media attention
- Fox News invites the head moderator for an interview
- Everyone on the site tells him not to do it. He does it anyways
- He goes live on TV and makes an absolute fool out of himself and the whole site by extension (nikka walks dogs for 20 hours a week and claims he wants less hours :mjlol:)
- Whole forum is pissed
- Bans people who criticizes him left and right
- Deletes the entire subreddit Looks like it's back up now, and they're planning on demodded that person.

Grand opening grand closing :wow:




In B4 "cac shyt" and "why you on Reddit OP?" :francis:
 
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Dude done ruined the whole movement.

They might as well come up with another subreddit and ban that person for life. Anti-Work has some solid thoughts, but this was just a tragic display.

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Just as an FYI,

The antiwork subreddit wasn’t “anti work” in the way people might think. They aren’t against getting a job or anything like that.

It functioned more as a place to highlight bad work conditions, unreasonable work requests, bad management….that sort of thing.
 
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