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From Fortune on Tuesday:

Read YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki’s Response to the Controversial Google Anti-Diversity Memo

Susan Wojcicki
Aug 08, 2017

Yesterday, after reading the news, my daughter asked me a question. “Mom, is it true that there are biological reasons why there are fewer women in tech and leadership?”…

While people may have a right to express their beliefs in public, that does not mean companies cannot take action when women are subjected to comments that perpetuate negative stereotypes about them based on their gender. … Every day, companies take action against employees who make unlawful statements about co-workers, or create hostile work environments.

From Fortune today:

Read YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki’s Response to her Unborn Son’s Question about James Damore’s Use of Statistics

Susan Wojcicki
Aug 10, 2017

Yesterday, after hearing about my popular op-ed, my unborn son asked me a question. “Mom, is it true that you really don’t understand basic concepts about statistical distributions, or were you just looking for cheap applause from resentful, emotional dolts?”

So I aborted him.

 
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  1. AndrewR says:

    Her response really was the most nauseating one I saw. She’s not a writer at Jezebel. She’s the CEO of the most popular and influential video hosting site on Earth. I’d like to see prominent YouTubers skewer her. Pewdiepie, where you at?

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  2. Clyde says:

    Of course she is rank full of rank shit but I would abort this thread. Just ditch it.

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  3. Dennis Dale says: • Website

    Yesterday, after reading the news, the zygote on my uterine wall asked me a question. “Mom, if these tech companies are barring all these qualified women whose superior emotional constitution actually makes them better programmers and engineers, why don’t you and the other women start your own companies exploiting the labor cost differential and put them out of business?” I flushed it with some stress related menstrual bleeding. I won’t be coming in to work today.

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  4. Yesterday, my son asked me whether conservation of angular momentum can be derived from conservation of linear momentum or must be supplied as a separate axiom. I gave the little scamp a good cuffing and sent him off to oboe practice with a large, frosted gingerbread cookie.

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    • Replies: @Desiderius

    whether conservation of angular momentum can be derived from conservation of linear momentum or must be supplied as a separate axiom
     
    Oh come on, don't leave us hanging!
    , @Immigrant from former USSR
    "Conservation of linear momentum" is not an axiom, but a consequence of invariance of equations of motion of frictionless dynamic system (i.e. Lagrangean system): invariance with respect to translations (homogeneity of our 3D space.)

    "Conservation of angular momentum' is not an axiom, but a consequence of invariance of equations of motion of frictionless dynamic system (i.e. Lagrangean system) with respect to static rotation of coordinates (isotropy of our 3D space.)

    There is a nontrivial difference between those two conservation laws.

    Center of mass of the system moves translationally (in the absence of external forces) with vector of constant velocity.
    This is the consequence of invariance of equations of motion of frictionless dynamic system with respect to transition to new coordinate system moving translationally with constant velocity (Galileo invariance).

    When one goes into new coordinate system, which rotates with constant angular velocity with respect to "old system" there is no invariance: new forces come into play: "cetrifugal force" and "Coriolis force". The notion "of angular center of mass" would be useless. There is no "rotational analog" of Galileo invariance. Astronaut can change his orientation even without touching the walls of Space Station, just by proper internally moving body parts.
    But he can not change his translational position without touching the walls.

    My best to your son, he asks good questions, dear Faraday's Bobcat. Your I.f.f.U.

  5. anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    What if the little girl hates her mom for leaving her so often with a nanny, as well as her mother’s intractability regarding a wide array of subjects when she actually does come home to spend time with her daughter, and her daughter was actually asking that question sarcastically?

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  6. EB White says:

    Jesus…

    Just wait till her daughter asks her about this article targeted specifically for her daughter:

    http://www.cosmopolitan.com/sex-love/a7238840/dream-come-true-portrait-series-celebrity-cunnilingus/?src=socialflowFB

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    • Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican

    “Breakfast Hamm,” 18" x 18", Oil on Panel
     
    Hahahaha—that one’s pretty good. Looks like he actually posed for it.

    But seriously though, the work is problematically cis-centric and heteronormative for 2016, not to mention the current year.
    , @DFH
    Funny that they mention the scene in Blue Valentine, given that hime eating her out in that was meant to indicate how pathetic he was

    Why am I not surprised that there's a Rubinstein involved in this?
  7. snorlax says:

    Meta: What’s with posting on the old isteve.blogspot.com site again?

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  8. BB753 says:

    What Susan Wojcicki wrote is beyond disgusting! Alphabet should fire her.

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    • Replies: @Jerome Martel
    Hope you don't mean that. Eye for an eye isn't the game here. This needs to be ridiculed, not suppressed. Leave that to Wojcicki and her ilk. They don't have facts or logic, they need it. Denounce every and any attempt to fire or blacklist anyone for expounding progressive pieties.
  9. Dan Hayes says:

    Steve,

    Even though the later Fortune report is fictitious (“just kidding”) it nevertheless shows the mindset of so many of our purported bettors.

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  10. Whiskey says: • Website

    There are no ends of the ways White upper class women are the natural and eternal enemy if White men. I told you. I’ve dealt with them often enough.

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    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    I told you. I’ve dealt with them often enough.
     
    You have not told us of she who crushed your spirit, and reduced to you the spiritual penury you are afflicted with now.
  11. @EB White
    Jesus...

    Just wait till her daughter asks her about this article targeted specifically for her daughter:

    http://www.cosmopolitan.com/sex-love/a7238840/dream-come-true-portrait-series-celebrity-cunnilingus/?src=socialflowFB

    “Breakfast Hamm,” 18″ x 18″, Oil on Panel

    Hahahaha—that one’s pretty good. Looks like he actually posed for it.

    But seriously though, the work is problematically cis-centric and heteronormative for 2016, not to mention the current year.

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    • Replies: @Pericles

    the work is problematically cis-centric and heteronormative for 2016

     

    Hillary was missing.
  12. J1234 says:

    Yesterday, after hearing about my popular op-ed, my unborn son asked me a question. “Mom, is it true that you really don’t understand basic concepts about statistical distributions, or were you just looking for cheap applause from resentful, emotional dolts?”

    So I aborted him.

    Great statement, youtube. None of your employees will be offended by that.

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  13. @Whiskey
    There are no ends of the ways White upper class women are the natural and eternal enemy if White men. I told you. I've dealt with them often enough.

    I told you. I’ve dealt with them often enough.

    You have not told us of she who crushed your spirit, and reduced to you the spiritual penury you are afflicted with now.

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    • Replies: @Yan Shen
    I'm guessing she uh left Whiskey for a big sexy bad boy black alpha male, a veritable mandingo if you will... Oh yeah!
    , @TomSchmidt
    I'd love to hear that tale. I HATE HATE HATE being kept in suspense.

    I have learned a lot from Whiskey's Place, despite the gentle chiding here.
    , @Maya
    I'm guessing she was mom. Sometimes things are just that simple.
    If she held on hard to a macho husband who was abusive towards Whiskey, it would explain all.
  14. Yan Shen says:

    Hey man we all know that uh obviously men and women are the same…

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    • Replies: @guest
    "No, no, no! It's the differences, of which there are none, that makes the sameness exceptional."

    -Seymour Skinner

    "God has no place within these walls."

    -Super Nintendo Chalmers
  15. songbird says:

    Children (primarily girls/blacks) seem to get used in all sorts of liberal play acting. They are often used as props to institute imaginary conversations or else are themselves wholly dreamed up, as in the case of Obama’s son. It’s pretty bizzare. But maybe it ties into Peterson’s theory of liberals having a mother instinct gone awry. If that was the case, it would make sense that they would use a mother vocabularly.

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    • Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist
    Pretty much, although I'd say it's more of a savior instinct, which is perhaps another name for a mother instinct gone wrong.
    , @guest
    'Course, they're aghast when the opposition does something similar. See the Derb's version of "the talk" after the Martyrdom of St. Trayvon of the Skittles. (I think the very idea of badwhites having influence over children--even their own--freaks them out.)

    They're chronic special pleaders. I expect that racket to really take off should rightist street fighting/terrorism get serious.
  16. From Fortune today:

    Read YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki’s Response to her Unborn Son’s Question about James Damore’s Use of Statistics

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  17. @Faraday's Bobcat
    Yesterday, my son asked me whether conservation of angular momentum can be derived from conservation of linear momentum or must be supplied as a separate axiom. I gave the little scamp a good cuffing and sent him off to oboe practice with a large, frosted gingerbread cookie.

    whether conservation of angular momentum can be derived from conservation of linear momentum or must be supplied as a separate axiom

    Oh come on, don’t leave us hanging!

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  18. Pericles says:
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    “Breakfast Hamm,” 18" x 18", Oil on Panel
     
    Hahahaha—that one’s pretty good. Looks like he actually posed for it.

    But seriously though, the work is problematically cis-centric and heteronormative for 2016, not to mention the current year.

    the work is problematically cis-centric and heteronormative for 2016

    Hillary was missing.

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  19. @songbird
    Children (primarily girls/blacks) seem to get used in all sorts of liberal play acting. They are often used as props to institute imaginary conversations or else are themselves wholly dreamed up, as in the case of Obama's son. It's pretty bizzare. But maybe it ties into Peterson's theory of liberals having a mother instinct gone awry. If that was the case, it would make sense that they would use a mother vocabularly.

    Pretty much, although I’d say it’s more of a savior instinct, which is perhaps another name for a mother instinct gone wrong.

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  20. guest says:
    @Yan Shen
    Hey man we all know that uh obviously men and women are the same...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64PKoAiWhjE

    “No, no, no! It’s the differences, of which there are none, that makes the sameness exceptional.”

    -Seymour Skinner

    “God has no place within these walls.”

    -Super Nintendo Chalmers

    Read More
  21. DFH says:
    @EB White
    Jesus...

    Just wait till her daughter asks her about this article targeted specifically for her daughter:

    http://www.cosmopolitan.com/sex-love/a7238840/dream-come-true-portrait-series-celebrity-cunnilingus/?src=socialflowFB

    Funny that they mention the scene in Blue Valentine, given that hime eating her out in that was meant to indicate how pathetic he was

    Why am I not surprised that there’s a Rubinstein involved in this?

    Read More
  22. guest says:
    @songbird
    Children (primarily girls/blacks) seem to get used in all sorts of liberal play acting. They are often used as props to institute imaginary conversations or else are themselves wholly dreamed up, as in the case of Obama's son. It's pretty bizzare. But maybe it ties into Peterson's theory of liberals having a mother instinct gone awry. If that was the case, it would make sense that they would use a mother vocabularly.

    ‘Course, they’re aghast when the opposition does something similar. See the Derb’s version of “the talk” after the Martyrdom of St. Trayvon of the Skittles. (I think the very idea of badwhites having influence over children–even their own–freaks them out.)

    They’re chronic special pleaders. I expect that racket to really take off should rightist street fighting/terrorism get serious.

    Read More
  23. @BB753
    What Susan Wojcicki wrote is beyond disgusting! Alphabet should fire her.

    Hope you don’t mean that. Eye for an eye isn’t the game here. This needs to be ridiculed, not suppressed. Leave that to Wojcicki and her ilk. They don’t have facts or logic, they need it. Denounce every and any attempt to fire or blacklist anyone for expounding progressive pieties.

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    • Replies: @Johan Schmidt
    Yeah, it would be a real shame if we ever started winning.
    , @BB753
    Giving them a taste of their own medicine is just what the doctor ordered.
  24. Yan Shen says:
    @Charles Erwin Wilson

    I told you. I’ve dealt with them often enough.
     
    You have not told us of she who crushed your spirit, and reduced to you the spiritual penury you are afflicted with now.

    I’m guessing she uh left Whiskey for a big sexy bad boy black alpha male, a veritable mandingo if you will… Oh yeah!

    Read More
  25. @Faraday's Bobcat
    Yesterday, my son asked me whether conservation of angular momentum can be derived from conservation of linear momentum or must be supplied as a separate axiom. I gave the little scamp a good cuffing and sent him off to oboe practice with a large, frosted gingerbread cookie.

    “Conservation of linear momentum” is not an axiom, but a consequence of invariance of equations of motion of frictionless dynamic system (i.e. Lagrangean system): invariance with respect to translations (homogeneity of our 3D space.)

    “Conservation of angular momentum’ is not an axiom, but a consequence of invariance of equations of motion of frictionless dynamic system (i.e. Lagrangean system) with respect to static rotation of coordinates (isotropy of our 3D space.)

    There is a nontrivial difference between those two conservation laws.

    Center of mass of the system moves translationally (in the absence of external forces) with vector of constant velocity.
    This is the consequence of invariance of equations of motion of frictionless dynamic system with respect to transition to new coordinate system moving translationally with constant velocity (Galileo invariance).

    When one goes into new coordinate system, which rotates with constant angular velocity with respect to “old system” there is no invariance: new forces come into play: “cetrifugal force” and “Coriolis force”. The notion “of angular center of mass” would be useless. There is no “rotational analog” of Galileo invariance. Astronaut can change his orientation even without touching the walls of Space Station, just by proper internally moving body parts.
    But he can not change his translational position without touching the walls.

    My best to your son, he asks good questions, dear Faraday’s Bobcat. Your I.f.f.U.

    Read More
  26. @Jerome Martel
    Hope you don't mean that. Eye for an eye isn't the game here. This needs to be ridiculed, not suppressed. Leave that to Wojcicki and her ilk. They don't have facts or logic, they need it. Denounce every and any attempt to fire or blacklist anyone for expounding progressive pieties.

    Yeah, it would be a real shame if we ever started winning.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    Winning and what it will take to win (I.e. resistance beyond pithy blog posts) is terrifying to many here.
    , @Jack Hanson
    Winning and what it will take to win (I.e. resistance beyond pithy blog posts) is terrifying to many here.
  27. @Johan Schmidt
    Yeah, it would be a real shame if we ever started winning.

    Winning and what it will take to win (I.e. resistance beyond pithy blog posts) is terrifying to many here.

    Read More
  28. @Johan Schmidt
    Yeah, it would be a real shame if we ever started winning.

    Winning and what it will take to win (I.e. resistance beyond pithy blog posts) is terrifying to many here.

    Read More
  29. BB753 says:
    @Jerome Martel
    Hope you don't mean that. Eye for an eye isn't the game here. This needs to be ridiculed, not suppressed. Leave that to Wojcicki and her ilk. They don't have facts or logic, they need it. Denounce every and any attempt to fire or blacklist anyone for expounding progressive pieties.

    Giving them a taste of their own medicine is just what the doctor ordered.

    Read More
  30. @Charles Erwin Wilson

    I told you. I’ve dealt with them often enough.
     
    You have not told us of she who crushed your spirit, and reduced to you the spiritual penury you are afflicted with now.

    I’d love to hear that tale. I HATE HATE HATE being kept in suspense.

    I have learned a lot from Whiskey’s Place, despite the gentle chiding here.

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  31. Maya says:
    @Charles Erwin Wilson

    I told you. I’ve dealt with them often enough.
     
    You have not told us of she who crushed your spirit, and reduced to you the spiritual penury you are afflicted with now.

    I’m guessing she was mom. Sometimes things are just that simple.
    If she held on hard to a macho husband who was abusive towards Whiskey, it would explain all.

    Read More
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