If you want to debate the Googler’s Manifesto and you’re also a good person
Jack Danger

> And it is absurd as long as you’re seeing it from the position of someone with power. If you lack power, then it becomes clear how mere conversations cause harm.

You speak for all, never realizing that you’re projecting your own thoughts on all of us. I would *never* stop discourse. That’s a *very* slippery slope that I don’t want to traverse that ground. It is also the way that we find common ground, and making someone feel as if they can’t discuss a point rationally? That’s pretty bad.

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