Good morning afternoon, everyone! I hope that you’re enjoying your weekend. I had a relaxing evening of gaming and sleep after a wild Friday afternoon. It seemed like the hits would never stop! Pao getting shitcanned was one of the biggest wins we’ve had over the last year. Yes, I’m aware that this wasn’t a strict GamerGate-only operation, but I think it’s very fair for us to take pride in this downfall. We played a big hand in this, and helped lay the groundwork for this sort of activism in the first place.

Speaking of Pao, let’s lead off with some news on that front. First off, The New York Times embarrassed themselves late last night with this headline:

The story itself wasn’t any better. Leave it up to The Guardian to take it one step further, though:

Female chief executives like Ellen Pao may reach the pinnacle in business only to discover that they have risen to the top of a precarious “glass cliff”.

That was the analysis of one expert in the aftermath of Pao’s decision to resignfrom Reddit late on Friday, after almost a week during which users hurled insults, hate mail and even death threats her way over the firing of a popular site administrator.

“Oftentimes, the women who inherit the problems are put in precarious positions, and if they fail, they are blamed for it,” said Marianne Cooper, a sociologist at Stanford University…

The rad fems always have a ready-made excuse when they get bounced. “HARASSMENT!! MISOGYNGY! DUHHH, IT’S THE GLASS CLIFF, SHITBIRDS!” They can never take responsibility for failures. It’s always someone else’s fault. It’s clear to any non-SJW with half a brain that Pao was over-matched from the very beginning. That had nothing to do with her being a woman, though. It was about her being totally unfamiliar with the site and it’s user base. I still have no idea why she was given the job in the first place. The Reddit board finally came to the same conclusion.


But, enough of Pao. What else do we have for the opening post of the day? Oh yea, The Bear Jew himself retweeted my story about him from last night:

It’s just a retweet, so I won’t get too carried away. But I must say, it’s kind of surreal. I remember watching Inglourious Basterds in the theater back in 2009. I didn’t expect one of the co-star’s (Roth is the directed the “Nation’s Pride” part of the film, actually) to be spreading my material five years later. Hell, I didn’t even have a website back then. Here we are, though. Thank you, Mr. Roth, and keep up the fight against this absurd SJW outrage culture.

I’ll be back in a little while with another post. Also, Candy Jam is going to have something for you guys today, and I have a reader editorial as well. Also, CJ and I might do a video on the whole liftshopping thing, so be on the lookout for that.

Enjoy the weekend!


UPDATE: Oh, and check this out, more on the NYTimes…