Email from Chet:

‘Seeking Excellence’: Netflix’s updated culture memo that was sent to woke staff


In their culture memo Netflix invites woke employees to find other more suitable jobs.

“As employees we support the principle that Netflix offers a diversity of stories, even if we find some titles counter to our own personal values. Depending on your role, you may need to work on titles you perceive to be harmful. If you’d find it hard to support our content breadth, Netflix may not be the best place for you.

The political left has pushed too far and they know it.

I’m “sure” this is unrelated but, from the same article:

Stocks have nosedived over the last six months from nearly $700 to as low as $166 yesterday.


6 thoughts on “Hope

  1. Do you think they are learning that the business of business is business? I am hopeful but doubt the epiphany will be widespread.

  2. What do you think is the reason that the Second Amendment supporters have been piling up victory after victory, while other conservative causes have lagged until now? And what has changed recently?

    • Perhaps ‘Go Woke Go Broke’ is starting to sink in.

      And the trigger may have been Musk making an offer for Twitter. Even before the deal closes, Twitter is now making changes in preparation for the sale. And, of course, the woke staff are already planning on leaving.

  3. Yet hope must be tempered with reality. This morning I see that the democrats have gained control of the FTC which could go after Musk Twitter purchase and help codify woke privacy rules.

    “Democrats have regained a majority at the Federal Trade Commission, enabling Chairwoman Lina Khan to advance an aggressive and liberal anti-monopoly and consumer protection agenda focusing on Big Tech and major oil companies.

    The confirmation to the commission Wednesday of Biden nominee Alvaro Bedoya, a Georgetown University law professor and prominent privacy advocate, will give Democrats a 3-2 advantage during votes related to the regulation of Big Tech companies and on questions related to corporate monopolistic conduct, mergers, and fraudulent activities.

    The FTC is one of the key federal agencies in charge of regulating Big Tech companies and other large industries when it comes to issues related to antitrust, data privacy, and security.”

  4. Like Lucas Botkin says. If you suck, you suck. And Netflix didn’t think turning all movies into B grade would have an effect on their pocketbook?
    Set aside all the woke crap.
    Just as bad food and lousy service will shutter a restaurant. Netflix thought they were different? Human nature didn’t apply to them?
    They suck. And there’s only one way to fix that. We’ll see if they got what it takes.

  5. “may not be the best place for you”
    A perfect example of a rhetorical device whose definition completely escapes me.

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