See my other comment for my response here. There’s nothing to stop a publicity-conscious tech company like Uber from firing a driver after a complaint like this either. There’s no guarantee he can work there either.
No one is saying he’s “owed” a corporate position. He was given one then had it taken away.
Driving for Uber is indeed a job, but relegating an otherwise highly productive person to freelance share economy jobs for life is still a drastic sentence. Furthermore, who’s to say that places like Uber, also a publicity conscious…
I am not a Patreon supporter of Denny, although yes I do know him IRL. I also disclosed in the article that he has written for my publication before. Indeed I have appeared on his podcast in a professional sense as a guest. None of this is shady. It’s how stories are written.
Thanks for you response @NL, but unfortunately it’s just not that simple. Even in the most oppressive society imaginable, you are technically “free to say whatever you want,” you will just be jailed, tortured, or killed for it. The difference is the degree of consequences. In the United States when we say we’re “free to say whatever we want,” we mean…
DO NOT MAKE THE SWITCH IF YOU WANT TO KEEP YOUR TEXT MESSAGES.
I recently switched and I like the Pixel, but it just does not do MMS. My texts are a total disaster, often not working and taking forever to download. And it doesn’t integrate with iMessage at all so you lose all of that functionality immediately.