Ya, I spotted it immediately. He was really brave when he was sure he wouldn't have to do it. Kind of like all the people who claim they'll leave the country over [insert socio-political atrocity]. If they ever followed through, it would really be a newsworthy event.
Lesbian sharks are always relevant. If you don't like it, you need to address it directly with them.
BTW... Never, ever, tell an angry lesbian shark that she's wrong. Nothing good will ever come from it.
Nobody has debunked the gender pay gap
Wrong. It's a myth.
They're under the impression that Oracle has been discriminating against pretty much everybody in one area or the other.
Bullshit. They're under the impression that Oracle was likely to roll over and take it in the ass just to avoid the bad publicity.
Maybe it was a legitimate complaint?
Or maybe he was a shitty employee who decided to play the race card when it caught up with him.
Elliot Freeman, a cognitive neuroscientist at City University and the study's lead author, said: "A lot of us go around having senses that we do not even recognise."
It seems to me more like a short circuit between regions of the brain than a different sense. I wouldn't like to hear things that aren't there just because I'm seeing things. It's well known that there are substantial interactions between different regions of the brain, which is why for example we turn down the stereo while trying to find an address.
Real programmers don't comment their code. It was hard to write, it should be hard to understand.