Oh, Kinja. Sure, it allows for us to have this sweet little space, but it's also a job killer of hard-working Americans and Canadians, and who the fuck thought it would be a good idea to give me author privileges anywhere ever, amirite? Anyway, since asshats exist as a matter of powering the internet a la some The Matrix-type shit, it's maybe not super-shocking that things would come to this:
Yup. That's Gawker employees reduced to begging their bosses to, oh, maybe, just maybe, make it possible for them to block things like rape GIFs and those who post them. That is, as Greg Howard would say, "some good kinja."
Anyway, here's a slightly relevant conversation via Twitter last night with former Kotaku and current Polygon writer Owen Good regarding the vagaries of this most-excellent platform:
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