I started a new job that had an hour of work, and the rest was 7 hours of sitting around not doing anything.
2 weeks into my job, HR called me into the office for an update on how I felt about the job and I stupidly informed them it was kinda slow and my trainer was in meetings so he couldn’t provide directions on what needed to be done during slow times.
HR said they would look into it and get back to me.
They got back to me alright. At the end of the next day they called me in and said it wasn’t going to work out and they were letting me go.
There are two articles posted on r/television right now with thousands of comments each:
Some excerpts. There are like 8000 comments between both threads at this point though, so it's probably just the tip of the iceberg:
"He clearly doesn’t hate any of the groups he makes fun of so I really don’t understand why people are so damn mad. You don’t have to watch his special or engage in the conversation if it’s not the type of comedy you enjoy."
On the suicide of Chappelle's trans friend: "Dave Chappelle contributed to her suicide and he made a bit out of it... He trotted her out in 2019 as his "I can't be transphobic I've got a trans friend!" and he's still getting paid $20 million a special and she's dead."
You obviously didn’t listen to his special. He never claimed victimhood.
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