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Famed NASA Engineer Tells Intern To Watch Her Language. Then She Really Gets Nasty.

Posted by  $  AJAshinoff 10 months ago to Culture
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Movin' on up? Not anymore. Absolutely ridiculous behavior and then the arrogance to think she's not accountable.
SOURCE URL: https://www.dailywire.com/news/34962/famed-nasa-engineer-tells-intern-watch-her-hank-berrien


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  • Posted by mshupe 10 months ago
    Arrogance is right, and even worse, the ignorance, and then she got angry. Arrogance, ignorance, and anger are in great oversupply these days. I think Keith Olberman is the overlord for this.
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  • Posted by  $  Thoritsu 9 months, 4 weeks ago
    Many children today begin as entitled, and some find out it isn’t like that only later.

    We have a high school kid that plays soccer with us sometimes. I think he wants to try some individual skills he can’t with faster players and work on his physical play (we are much bigger than him). He plays a little “pinky”, and in school he is a little troubled, but he comes and thanks each one of us after then game, calling us sir. Very polite boy.

    It doesn’t have to be this way. People want what old white dudes have, but think they are dorks. Sometime in the last 100 years this became the norm. Too many movies about “the man” holding people down. We need more about real hard work, not Harry Potter.
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  • Posted by  $  blarman 9 months, 4 weeks ago
    I don't find anything remotely respectable about people who use that kind of language - whether its a millenial or anyone else. Intelligence means using words to express ideas cogently. If the only reason you can get people to listen to you is because of crude language for the shock factor, it means that you have nothing intellectually worthy of my time.
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  • Posted by VetteGuy 10 months ago
    I have seen this a good bit in my previous corporate life. People (usually younger - but not always) behave in an unbelievably inappropriate manner, and then act shocked when there are consequences!
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    • Posted by term2 9 months, 4 weeks ago
      I think people use that language because they are ignorant of the proper words to use to get across what they want to say. Its a sign of lack of education
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    • Posted by  $  gharkness 9 months, 4 weeks ago
      I remember back in the late sixties doing the same thing...only, in person because there was no internet. I cringe to think of the things I said to people - or in the hearing of people (customers) who weren't expecting such vulgarity - not as bad as this girl's but bad enough for the time - simply because I was immature and stupid, thinking I was "showing my adulthood." As IF!

      I AM extremely lucky I didn't get fired right then and there.

      It is nice that there are people who give second chances. I had a few that went to bat for me, and I hope this girl will learn, as I did, proper behavior toward others, especially others we don't know (and presumably will moderate behavior toward those we do know as well.)
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  • Posted by  $  Radio_Randy 9 months, 4 weeks ago
    Reminds me of the young lady who tweeted about being hired by a daycare, then tweeted that she couldn't stand noisy little children.

    Imagine her surprise when the day care fired her...
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  • Posted by GaryL 9 months, 4 weeks ago
    My wife is the director in an office filled with these Yutes! I find it interesting that I have to remind her here at home to leave her Potty Mouth in the office. The F bomb is about as common as can be and no matter if used to describe good or bad. WTF?
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  • Posted by freedomforall 10 months ago
    Somehow she managed to convince Hickam to go to bat for her in spite of her indiscretions on-line.
    While her behavior was abhorrent, perhaps she has less obvious talents that are of potential value to a space enterprise, and perhaps she can learn from her mistake.
    Young people make mistakes. I know I did, but they weren't published in the media.
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    • Posted by  $  9 months, 4 weeks ago
      To be honest, I think Hickam realized the could have been less pithy with his comment. Had he said, "NASA frowns vulgarity and bad language on social media" she may not have acted like a belligerent ass. Even so, despite her education, the "hood" won and, in my opinion, and NASA avoided a probable cancer.
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      • Posted by freedomforall 9 months, 4 weeks ago
        The article says that Hickam talked with her at length and planned to present her resume to other aeronautic/space concerns to find her a "better" position than the one she lost by being an imbecile on-line. She did it to herself, but Hickam is a class act.
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        • Posted by term2 9 months, 4 weeks ago
          She is an ignorant and uneducated person. I would bet she is a member of the entitled black culture, although I really dont know much about her. I do know I wouldnt want to work with her.
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          • Posted by  $  9 months, 4 weeks ago
            Uneducated? I doubt she would have the opportunity with NASA if she didn't have some degree of education. I agree with the entitled culture. Her second chance validated her approach (she must be partially right in her mind) and I'm certain she'll blame it on the old white man trying to keep her down.
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            • Posted by term2 9 months, 4 weeks ago
              There are a lot of elements to being educated. My comment was that she didnt know how to use vocabulary to express her feelings without taking the shortcut to vulgarity to make her point.
              People with "class" can make you feel 2 inches high without ever using vulgarity, or make you feel great with just a word or two. THATS education
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