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Re: #BlackLivesMatter: Chrome extension de-euphemize certain common phrases





On 07/21/2016 11:21 PM, Steve Kinney wrote:


On 07/21/2016 11:21 PM, Zenaan Harkness wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 21, 2016 at 07:43:23PM -0700, Rayzer wrote:
>> " I made a thing. It fixes Wikipedia et al."
>>
>> Overview: https://twitter.com/maymaymx/status/755958353273192448
>>
>> https://github.com/meitar/de-euphemizer/#readme

> I can think of a few Juan would add to that list - some might
> consider them nsfw, others might consider them facts :)

Don't know or care about some chrome extension, but I do know this:
The facts are nsfw.  That's an axiom of the "workplace" paradigm.

Has Scott Adams taught us NOTHING?

:o)




If you look at the response on another thread to my calling the corporate coding world (actually any corp will do) 'feudal', no.

Rr

Ps. I consider that extension, even tho I don't use Chrome, an Effective Use of Technology for Social Change.

The possibilities are limitless! Marketable as "The de-programming tool on your browser bar"

For instance, Georgi, on another thread

"Are there scientific papers calling sheeple and the financial system with their true names?"


Rr



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