Silicon Valley has a tendency to be mocked– there’s even a whole HBO funny focused around the absurdities of living and working there.But one Twitter
user approached this topic in a new method: comparing the tech capital of the world to the former Soviet Union. Anton Troynikov developed a Twitter thread on July 5, 2018, that quickly went viral over the weekend, making tongue-in-cheek contrasts in between working for a tech giant like Tesla or Amazon and operating in the USSR.Things that take place in Silicon Valley as well as the Soviet Union
:-waiting years to receive a car you bought, to find that it’s of poor workmanship and quality-guarantees of colonizing the planetary system while you toil in drudgery day in, day out– Anton Troynikov(@atroyn )< a href="https://twitter.com/atroyn/status/1014974099930714115?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw"> July 5, 2018 Here are some of the highlights:
‘Living five grownups to a 2 space apartment or condo”Being told you are building utopia while the system collapses around you’
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(Flickr/ Jason Tester Guerrilla Futures)’Everything slaved to the requirements of the military-industrial complex’
President Dwight D. Eisenhower ‘Failures are bizarrely supported as victories’
‘Productivity largely falsified to please appearance of sponsoring elites’
‘Elite power struggles result in enormous civilian casualties, in some cases purges’ ‘The currency many people are speaking about is fake and worthless’ A real bitcoin transaction from the Kraken cryptocurrency exchange to a hardware cryptocurrency wallet.
‘Otherwise incredibly smart people just turning the crank since it’s the only way to obtain ahead’
An Amazon Satisfaction Center. ‘Henry Kissinger check outs sometimes for some factor’
Henry Kissinger with President Richard Nixon.
(Picture by Oliver F. Atkins)
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