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Steven Crowder bravely approaches a rabid, triggered SJW spotted in the wild

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When committing the crime of being a conservative on a college campus, there are two creatures that should be avoided at all costs. The first is the wild-eyed college professor known for shrieking hysteria and a willingness to call in muscle against lurking conservatives. The second is the triggered SJW who may unleash fists of fury without provocation.

Louder with Crowder’s intrepid host, Steven Crowder, faced off against the latter at his latest installment of Change My Mind. He was chatting with a friendly pro-abortion student when howls of challenge erupted behind them. Hoping to diffuse the situation by inviting the heckling SJW to his table, he approached the creature but quickly realized the situation was more dangerous than expected. The SJW was larger than average and had positioned himself on the high ground.

Undaunted, Crowder tried to reason with the creature. That was his first big mistake as the SJW pounced quickly with standard retorts about conservatives supporting violence and Ben Shapiro being a Jewish Nazi. Then, he pulled out an unexpected weapon, invoking the label “alt-light” on Crowder.

It worked. Crowder was discombobulated by the nonsensical attack and had to seek clarity knowing there would be little hope of finding it. It was at this point the wild SJW declared his true intentions: disrupting the event entirely.

Crowder found his second wind. He went after the blond pony-tailed SJW like Will Hunting at a Harvard Bar, smashing him with logic and even prompting the SJW’s wingmen to back down as their leader’s resolved faded.

By the time it was over, the SJW seemed satisfied with how he handled the situation, completely unaware of the trouncing he had just suffered. It was awkward, albeit comical.

 


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Employees and work

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Employees and work

In my last piece, we spent some time looking at what an employer owes his employees, especially in the event of necessary downsizing. However, the employer-employee relationship has to be a two way street in order to work. Therefore, it is time we look at what an employee owes his employer.

First and foremost is the obvious, in return for his paycheck an employee owes his employer a solid day’s work performed to whatever the relevant standards are. What exactly that means definitely varies though from one kind of job to the next.

For those in manual labor jobs, that means that you keep at it for eight hours (or however long), turning the wrench, shoveling the dirt, or moving the boxes. In a call center, you keep answering the phone and dealing with customer issues as concisely and cheerfully as possible. Should you be working at an information desk, in addition to handling problems as they come, you have to dress professionally in order represent the business well.

You might notice that I am focusing on lower paying and entry level jobs, rather than the jobs that let you make six figures a year. That’s because most people either start at or stay in those kinds of jobs. The entry level is where we first learn to put whatever ideas we might have about the value of work (especially our own work) to the test. Not that the basic principles change as you move up the ladder, but how they are applied varies greatly. For example, I was recently speaking with a music analyst. Her work is largely self-directed and can be mentally exhausting. As such, breaks are expected and encouraged. Other jobs, such as an operator at a power plant can inherently involve a lot of downtime. So long as everything is operating smoothly, there isn’t usually a lot to do.

In those cases, your job is primarily to be available in the event that something goes wrong. However, one is still expected to keep an eye on the equipment and maintain a knowledge of how the various systems work.

All of this covers minimal expectations though, the basics that should be expected in return for a paycheck. There are of course other things as well. Such as don’t lie about the work done, don’t take credit for other people’s work, don’t abuse the sick policy, etc. Essentially you owe your employer the same level of honesty and decency that you would owe to anyone.

Beyond that, your thoughts on the subject will largely be determined by how you were brought up and how old you are. For my parents and grandparents, loyalty to a company was taken for granted. Once you started working for a company, it was expected that you would move up the ranks within the company in question unless it shut down or you were fired. These days, it is assumed that you will not only change employers but careers multiple times in your life. Still, no matter where you are employed or for how long, you are obligated to perform well.

What about going beyond the basic obligations? What do you do when you have free time? When there is something that could be improved? I would argue that where possible free time should be used to try and find ways to improve the work as much as possible. To use your creativity and find a better way to get the job done, whatever that job is. This kind of thing need not be covered by your actual job description, it could be something beyond your immediate competence. Nor need these things be anything big that will change the company. The kind of improvements we are talking about could be something as simple as a light in a stairwell where none was before, or improved directions to help new trainees. The possibilities are endless.

If this seems like too much, asking for an effort without a guarantee of a reward, remember the person who signs your check took a chance on you, made sure the effort was spent to train you, without the guaranteed of a reward for that investment.

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Watch: Steven Crowder’s ‘7 words’ parody

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Watch Steven Crowders 7 words parody

Another week, another genius show opener for Louder With Crowder.

This parody of George Carlin’s “7 Words” bit delivered stunning commentary on the left’s nonsensical censorship on social media. No doubt, this video is likely demonetized like Crowder’s actual channel is. This parody comes after the Nirvana “Smells Like Teen Spirit” parody, “Smells Like Two-Spirit” which went viral beyond the show’s regular watchers. But, I’ll let the comedy speak for itself.

We need to laugh in such a time as this and we also need to recognize how dangerously effective humor is. Humor s a devastating weapon. That is why Steven Crowder has 4 million subscribers on Youtube, making him the number one Conservative channel.

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Climate ‘activist’ at AOC event: ‘We have to eat the babies’

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Climate activist at AOC event We have to eat the babies

A woman at Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s town hall today took climate extremism to the next level. After saying the Green New Deal is great but it doesn’t work fast enough, she declared her own plan: eating children.

Donning a t-shirt that read, “Save the Planet, Eat the Children,” the unhinged rant she delivered declared that bombing Russia would not be enough because there would still be too many people. She referred to a Swedish scientist who declared earlier this year that we need to start eating human corpses to fight climate change, but even that insane concept was far too sane for this activist.

“Even if you would bomb Russia, we still have too many people, too much pollution. So we have to get rid of the babies. That’s a big problem,” she declared.

Later, she punctuated her plea by saying, “We have to eat the babies. This is very serious. Please give a response.”

It’s unclear at this point whether she was trolling (she has to be trolling, right?) the Congresswoman and climate change or if she is just so far gone to the radical progressive indoctrination surrounding climate change that she inadvertently made a mockery of the event. Either way, it’s interesting to watch.

Climate change indoctrination is real, which is why the easy conclusion that this lady was simply trolling cannot be made with certainty. The desperation and hopelessness imposed on society by climate change alarmists can drive people to belief in ideas that are so radical, so preposterous, that the rest of us are left scratching our heads in disbelief.

Twitter has not been kind to the activist or AOC:

For now, we can dismiss this as either the rant of a crazy climate change radical or a troll. But it’s a sad testament that in the world people like AOC are creating, it’s impossible to tell if this lady was serious or kidding.

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