The biggest eye roll of this whole "quiet quitting" discourse is that it was kicked off by an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal. You'd have to cook up a periodical called, like, Capital Class Quarterly to get much more on the nose than that.
why people on soc media say someone is wrong on the Internet
@lrhodes social media rewards both sides for sharing a stupid opinion: the people who share it get lots of likes and comments from people saying its stupid, the original poster gets more ad revenue or more interaction > more visibility
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