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[–] lawofchaos 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago 

Haha that is a cool way to fight back. But if the higher ups from Reddit and the higher ups from Paypal are golfing buddies (which could also be the case) then you would never get anywhere.

From what I've heard about Paypal, the best solution is actually just to find an alternative to it.

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[–] well_golly 1 points 11 points (+12|-1) ago  (edited ago)

"Golfing buddies" - Is that what the hip kids call it these days?

That's a nice way to indirectly ask: "Has Ellen Pao slept with some of the executives at PayPal while she was sleeping her way to the top at various companies?"

You know, she's got a history of that sort of thing. <truestory.jpg> But to answer your implied question: I'm not sure if she's banging anyone at PayPal ... but she's probably keeping all her options on the table.

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[–] lawofchaos 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Lol that's a possibility too but wasn't at all what I was implying. I'm sure it would make a lot more business sense for Paypal at the moment to stay on Reddit's good side, there could be all sorts of benefits to that (and friends with benefits is one of those too). Also, people with influence could literally be golfing buddies or friends. I'm sure that many of the rich and powerful go to the same clubs and mingle with each other.

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[–] damnbiker 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

True, but why can't we do both?

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[–] lawofchaos 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I don't see why not, it's definitely worth a shot. Fighting fire with fire seems to be the only way to deal with these fuckers, whether people like it or not.

Whatever happened to Anonymous? Weren't they originally from 4chan? We need a serious group of hackers on our side and one with a cult following like Anonymous would be perfect.