He never said you don’t want it enough. He said you don’t want it. Full stop.
Ryan Magner

  1. its implied. dont argue semantics with a communications phd. you will lose.
  2. i never said he should change his opinion. I have no interest in changing his opinion. I have an interest in letting disabled people know that this is bullshit, they aren’t lazy, they might actually be ill and need to seek medical advice instead of this nonsense.
  3. contrary to playground riddles, words can be damaging. even well meaning words. theres plenty of evidence of this. rando mcgee has no business proselytizing and generalizing about productivity issues as if his experiences are universal. He could have written the exact same article about his personal experiences without trying to generalize it to everyone and anyone else.
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