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Okay, so remember how a year or two ago the Scientologists Mormons did this ad campaign that was like, they focused on all these really diverse people and had them say "I'm [...] and I'm a Mormon"?

And they were, like, people of colour, and women working outside the home, and a surfer, and a rock star, and basically people who were really not characteristic of Mormonism but were suddenly trotted out so this incredibly out of touch organization -- which survives on the generosity of people who believe in its mission and who either don't know or don't care that their unpaid labour actually enriches a for-profit corporation -- could tell people "We're just like you!"

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Date: 2013-11-22 03:41 pm (UTC)
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Date: 2013-11-22 04:07 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] burning_ground
"How many in a Mozillian?"

Yeah, this is creepy. If they were strictly a company interested in making the web more accessible this would be... understandable, but given some of their recent ventures it's definite WTF fuel.

Nice new layout~

Date: 2013-12-23 03:20 am (UTC)
From: [personal profile] signerj
Hello. I realize that this isn't the best way to start off commenting, and I'm so sorry to bug you about a comment you posted almost a month ago, but I have to ask a question.

You see, I use Firefox as my primary web browser, and thus rely on the honesty of the Mozilla Corporation to a certain extent. Because of this, I'd really appreciate it if you would be willing to show me the actions of Mozilla that you dislike/find questionable.
If Mozilla is untrustworthy, I would like to know.


We're a friendly foxgryphon plural system. Our pronouns are "she" and "her" or "they" and "their."

We wrote Jewelfox's Otherkin FAQ, and a bunch of other identity-related ramblings.

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