Two players from this season of Big Brother have already been fired from their day jobs because of saying racist and homophobic things in the house. Now a third one, is under fire from his company. The railroad that contestant Spencer works for released a statement saying – “The values represented by Spencer Clawson’s comments during the Big Brother show do not at all align with Union Pacific’s values.” Besides anti-gay things, Spencer also praised Hitler for being a gifted speaker. The odd thing is that they moved into a house full of cameras and think no one can see them.
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I guess this would the opposite of ironic. Right?
I think it would be cool if everyone in the whole house who has a job is fired in short order as rooms of human resource people watch every minute of the stream for a word or action that could be interpreted as objectionable to someone. A contestant's failure to be offended enough at another contestant's incorrectness really should be looked at too.
You just wait, we are going to show North Korea a thing or two about living in a pretend reality.
No, The odd thing is people want to see Reality, then are pissed when they see reality.
Keep in mind that Union Pacific killed 138 people (several of which were their own employees) in 2012, and has been caught several times covering up and destroying evidence at accident scenes but Kermit the English cigarette is too harsh a termfor them.
I guess they are ashamed by the Hitler comment since they can't kill as many people, despite trying.
@eddietirebiter Damn Hipsters fucked up Irony for everyone, They claim their beards are Ironic, they are not ironic, just goofy. The opposite of Irony is something super appropriate. However Inappropriate is not always ironic. Irony has to have a little sting to it.
If a midget was named Tiny. that would be anti ironic.