Twitter gave us an absolutely golden example of how your poor social media etiquette can come back to bite you firmly in the ass today. 

Greg Gopman – the worlds biggest dunce – was hired by the company to head up their virtual reality department, but was fired a mere 48 hours later after TechCrunch exhumed one of his chat 3-year-old Facebook statuses. The 2013 post was a long-winded rant about San Francisco‘s homeless population. You can read the filth post below. 
“Just got back to SF. I’ve travelled around the world and I gotta say there is nothing more grotesque than walking down market st in San Francisco. Why the heart of our city has to be overrun by crazy, homeless, drug dealers, dropouts, and trash I have no clue. Each time I pass it my love affair with SF dies a little. 

The difference is in other cosmopolitan cities, the lower part of society keep to themselves. They sell small trinkets, beg coyly, stay quiet, and generally stay out of your way. They realise it’s a privilege to be in the civilized part of town and view themselves as guests. And that’s ok. 

In downtown SF the degenerates gather like hyenas, spit, urinate, taunt you, sell drugs, get rowdy, they act like they own the center of the city. Like it’s their place of leisure… In actuality it’s the business district for one of the wealthiest cities in the USA. It a disgrace. I don’t even feel safe walking down the footpath without planning out my walking path.

You can preach compassion, equality, and be the biggest lover in the world, but there is an area of town for degenerates and an area of town for the working class. There is nothing positive gained from having them so close to us. It’s a burden and a liability having them so close to us. Believe me, if they added the smallest iota of value I’d consider thinking different, but the crazy toothless lady who kicks everyone that gets too close to her cardboard box hasn’t made anyone’s life better in a while.?”

Sucked in, Gopman, that’ll learn ya for being a colossal jerk. 

Source: Gizmodo.
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