Probably not a good idea to publicly slam the company that pays your bills and the CEO that signs…
Kris Gellci

Kris was rightfully quite upset by this little plebeian forgetting her place in the hierarchy and publicly embarrassing the heroic and selfless Yelp CEO with her shameless and pitiful plea for a living wage. Her sense of entitlement is truly breathtaking. The entrepreneurial Wealth Creators of the world have no obligation to provide the weak and undeserving with anything. Yet this respected beacon of the tech industry gave a, shall we say, less than deserving English degree holder a job.

Talia Jane could have marshaled her resources and founded a successful company of her own but instead freely chose the path of least resistance. Biting the hand that feeds, especially after that same hand was extended to you in kindness, is an act of sheer folly. Defenders of the weak will undoubtably make much of the fact that “the hand that feeds” in this case did not even provide a full meal. Well, half a piece of bread is better than no bread at all. Nobody is born with a God given right to bread or money. A powerful man was humiliated for his act of selfless kindness. He is the real victim of injustice here and will now think twice before showing kindness to the weak and privileged.

Thank you, Kris, for your principled defense of this victim whose kindness was taken for granted. Your complimentary copy of Atlas Shrugged will be mailed to you within five business days.

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