Cheers to Elon Musk for finally saying ‘no’ to whiny millennial babies

Posted on June 21, 2022 9:26 am

Cheers to Elon Musk for finally saying ‘no’ to whiny millennial babies
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Jedi
Jedi
8 days ago

Professional not personal – where, who & when did they get the authority to switch?

Can we go back to selling a product or service for compensation?

Where reputations matter?

April
April
9 days ago

Classic.

Rein
Rein
9 days ago

I have always put my employers’ (the stockholders, mostly) interests first and foremost. Rule of thumb: so long as I agree 80% or more with the business philosophy, I can deal with the rest. If that ratio gets too much lower, I consider other employment. My hat is off to Mr. Musk. He may be a mite brusque, but he is competent; can’t ask for more. A weak boss can ruin even the sharpest business unit. I do not need my boss to hold my hand; I am a grown-up! My advice to the spoiled millennials is to “shut up… Read more »

Highrise
Highrise
9 days ago

Good. I can’t even imagine plotting against or maligning my employer.

Mrs. Pierre Delecto
Mrs. Pierre Delecto
9 days ago

Again Elon…THANK YOU!

belkabeast
belkabeast
9 days ago

It’s going to be really interesting when the recession / depression gets really bad and most Millenials are laid off from their useless positions! Especially in high tech. Wonder how much they’re going to obsess about their woke religion when they’re struggling to pay bills and put food on the table?

Bill J
Bill J
9 days ago
Reply to  belkabeast

They’ll try to sue their parents. Losers beget losers.

Jason
Jason
9 days ago
Reply to  Bill J

hahahahaha my siblings just steal as much as they can from the others in the family. they learned well from their predecessors.. hahahahahaha God sees all though. karma is always working though. God bless everyone.