March 2nd, 2021

Via Reddit



I didn't know what the operation game was, so I looked it up. The guy, indeed, is clearly awake:



I only learnt about charlie horse from King's early novel The Long Walk. I am not sure I've evr encountered the wrenched ankle, which, come to think of it, is strange, so I've probably just forgotten. What's much stranger to see is the bread basket — it looks as if it doesn't even belong. The anklebone connected to the knee bone is just weird.

Google says the newer version of the game has also acquired brain freeze.

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Course description:

In today's business world there are massive goals around diversity and inclusion and you are empowered to lead the way as employees. Hardwiring diversity and inclusion into everything will ensure your employees and teammates feel included and valued at work, stay longer in their roles, and improve your bottom line. In this course, Hardwiring Diversity and Inclusion into Everything You Do and Say, you’ll learn to how to improve overall diversity and inclusiveness in your workplace. First, you’ll explore how to improve inclusiveness through behavior. Next, you’ll discover inclusive written and verbal skills. Finally, you’ll learn how to ensure everyone is not only listened to, but truly heard. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of diversity and inclusion needed to hardwire these skills into your company culture.

"Hardwiring diversity and inclusion into everything will ensure your employees and teammates feel included and valued at work, stay longer in their roles, and improve your bottom line." Will ensure, heh? How can you be sure that hardwiring diversity and inclusion into everything will not stress your employees and teammates that have never had to deal with this before beyond measure, will not brew conflicts and resentment, and will not lead to some of these employees and teammates leaving your company? And how do you estimate what that eventuality is going to do to your bottom line?