Timcast IRL - 1,000 Woke Netflix Staff Plan Walkout Protesting Dave Chappelle w/Nerdrotic

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8 responses to “Timcast IRL – 1,000 Woke Netflix Staff Plan Walkout Protesting Dave Chappelle w/Nerdrotic”

  1. MrSooop says:

    Oh and idk if you have a cat but if so you can empty the used litter into an Amazon box, tape it up and just set it on your porch. Someone will steal it eventually.

  2. MrSooop says:

    If they are standing outside of a restaurant or something holding a sign then they might actually need food. The ones on the roadside usually are doing it for alcohol or drugs though.

  3. MrSooop says:

    I see where you are coming from but i also see it differently.
    In most places they aren’t getting a bunch of free tents and equipment etc all the time, maybe in California or something but not in most places in the US. California has it’s unique issues because homeless from around the country flock there for weather and social programs.
    The thieves that you spoke of are almost always methheads and not all of them are homeless… yet. And most homeless are not methheads, less than half, though they likely have developed other substance abuse issues.

    There are homeless housing solutions out there that do work in some places but the successful ones use a multilayered approach not a “JUST approach”. As with most things, there is no decent “JUST” solution to homelessness either. Different folks have different issues and even some of the larger issues can be different in different places.

    I agree that they won’t be helped until they are ready. Most are ready right away though except for the tweakers. The longer they stay on the streets the more likely they are to develop serious substance abuse issues. Catching them early in their homelessness with the right kinds of help can be very beneficial in the long-term for the individuals and for the community at large.
    If someone can find a way to persuade people to stop ingesting battery acid and drano or whatever the fuck is in the meth, then the homeless problem would probably decrease by about a third real quick. Maybe let them have access to cheaper natural drug options… because that’s why they say they do meth, because it’s strong, affordable, and lasts a long time. It also rots their soul too, imo.

    Unless people are elderly or handicapped or something, most people do not like being penned up in one of those shelter places and from what I’ve seen and heard i can’t blame them. Just because they have no where else that they are allowed to be does not mean that we have the right to intern them.
    So the question that is kind of hanging is, where should they be? Might be a pretty important question to have a good answer to real soon, at least for those who will not comply with the next set of draconian bullshit or the ones after that or after that ect. This type of authoritarian direction that we have been heading towards doesn’t stop itself, it doesn’t change itself. Those control freak types don’t give back power, they tend to take more and more control over people. There are plenty of influential twittertards that would love to put the unjabbed in camps. It’s not tough to convince that emotionally manipulated mob to oust people they don’t like from society.

    Do individuals without homes have a right to exist? They were born in this place just like everyone else so clearly they do have the natural right to existence just like the homed do.
    So where do landless humans have a natural right to exist at? It must be somewhere, right?

  4. Nattskugga says:

    I hated this episode because I love Gary. He’s amazingly charismatic and insightful about pop culture but it barely came up at all until the end of the show and it came from superchats. It’s like having on a specialist in an advanced field then spending the 95% of the show talking about mundane crap instead of what the specialist is a master of.

  5. nukedaddy777 says:

    Considering the “green pass” – Saint Piasios (+1994) of the Orthodox Church warned the QR code, read by a laser, that comes along with the “inoculation”, is the mark of the beast foretold in Revelation. “And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand, The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb:
    And the smoke of their torment ascends up for ever and ever: and they have no rest day nor night, who worship the beast and his image, and whosoever receives the mark of his name. Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus.”

  6. Kasper says:

    Not from what I have seen. The homeless drug addictics stealing from people’s yards, houses and garages. Every week on the Ring app I get a report of something being stolen. Last week it was a broom off of someones front porch this week a kids bike that was in the back yard. Giving them land and expecting them to do work will not happen unless you tell them you will give them drugs when they finish the work. Sorry but from what I have seen you can not help them till they are ready to be helped. You can give them food and clothing along with tents and shoes but they will just sale them to get money for their addiction. How do I know this because I have bought items from them. I was able to get a $250 tent for $40 I asked the guy why he was selling the tent that he could use for shelter since he was homeless he told me he already had one and that he just got this one along with a coat and boots. He told me that people come by and give them items to help them out every week so they sell the items that they do not need for money to buy food(drugs). I saw their tents by the side of the river they had generators, propane grills, propane tanks, pots and pans along with cooking utensils. They were being given everything that a person needed to live that did not have a drug addiction. I do not feel bad about buying the tentI could use a tent and he got the money he needed for food/drugs. I like how you are looking at ways to help them but if they are not ready to be helped you are wasting your time and money trying to help them. For those not on drugs and are there because they just do not have the means or will to leave the homelessness way of life there is not much you can do for them because they have gotten use to getting things that other people have worked hard for given to them. The only way to get them to break free of their homelessness way of life is to stop providing them with items that they did not work for. I am guilty of this because if someone tells me they are hungry and I have more to buy them food then I will invite them to join me for lunch or dinner. I learned in high school not to buy them food because when we went to lunch we walked to Burger King to get lunch and passed a homeless guy with a sign reading “I am hungry please help any amount will do”. I bought him two burgers and fries along with a soda. I gave it to him when walking back to school He threw the soda at me along with the bag of food and cussed me out. I had to stop my classmate from kicking his ass. I told him that it was not worth it and we would be late getting back to school and I had more food now that they guy threw it back at me so I gave it to him. So from that point on I learned not to hand anyone food that is asking for food but to invite them to join me so I can pay for the food. This way they can order what they want and not have to worry about me doing anything to the food because they are there watching and are able to grab their bag of food and go about their day. Later in life I got to talk to another homeless guy that asked for change outside of the building I was working in and told him about what happened. He told me that the guy probably had someone give him food before that made him sick or that someone spit in. He told me that there are some real fucked up people in this world that think it is funny to put exlax in food or pieces of glass in the sandwiches then give it to the homeless. So I can now understand why that guy acted that way since he did not know me. So I now only give people what they ask for if the say they need money for food I give them $10 what they decide to spen it on is up to them I gave it to them for food if they buy drugs with it then that was their choice. The best sign I remember seeing was a homeless guy standing around empty beer cans with a sign reading “Why lie; I need cash for a beer.” I ended up handing him a $20 since he was honest about what he wanted the money for. While waiting for the bus to come he came back from the store with a half case of Rainier Beer and handed me one. Ok I am rambling on so later.

  7. MrSooop says:


  8. MrSooop says:

    Question: If you tried and tried over and over but just couldn’t seem to cut it in our weird world for whatever reasons, to the point where homelessness has become a way of life; Then when someone you don’t know asks you why you are homeless, what would/might you tell them?

    Sometimes drug addiction can lead to homelessness for sure but just as often, homelessness leads to drug addiction. It’s like one of those repeating enlarging circle cycle things.(Like art reflecting life reflecting art reflecting life… as it keeps going it magnifies and multiplies.) If they weren’t already an addict before being homeless, they tend to start the hard stuff when they give up hope and start to accept homelessness as their new normal existence. For many it’s like a choice to either check out mentally or check out physically.

    If you were to stay in some of the inner city homeless shelters, which is pretty much where they are all located, then I think you would understand why people don’t want to be there. Stuck in a room with a bunch of scitzos and drug addicts and angry alcoholics. And many will make them stay there for 12 hours a day or more to be there at all. It’s like nighttime jail but with slightly looser rules and much less security and no peace.

    A lot of those “I like being homeless” types would probably do okay if they had like half an acre to homestead on, maybe with a little help getting started. Americans, landless in their own land because international elitist and corporate machine sociopaths horde it. We can’t have people growing their own food and alcohol and drugs themselves can we? That might take power away from our loving elites and their corporate cartels. So the uber rich and corporations and foreign interests need to keep our land or else it’s tougher to oppress us.

    Some will look down on the homeless but i see something different.
    I see people. I see men and women who patch together little family-type units and even larger communities. Many are very loyal to their patchwork family groups and look out for each other. Some will even literally give you the shirt off of their back if they think you really need it. Their wider communities are usually much more tightly knit than standard communities are. They just want to be free and happy and part of a community like most everyone else on this planet.
    I see people whose minds and bodies and even souls have been poisoned for most of their lives, even intergenerationally, by heartless machines. I see sick people, most who were never taught basic skills they need to have to survive, trying their best to keep on going even when it seems like the world is against them.
    I see the truth, these are actual victims of our global corporatocrasy… And if those psychos continue to have their way there will likely be many more. Maybe a lot more.