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That ‘Black Mirror’ tech bro Jesus moment was unforgivably weird

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Black Mirror is not known for subtlety.  

Most of its episodes can be boiled down to the idea that technology is dangerous in the hands of the wrong people and that most people are, in fact, the wrong people. It’s taken shots at the military industrial complex, online shaming, reality television, virtual reality, and millennials not calling their moms enough. 

Some of those episodes get their points across better than others, but Season 5’s “Smithereens” has the distinction of…

That ‘Black Mirror’ tech bro Jesus moment was unforgivably weird

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Black Mirror is not known for subtlety.  

Most of its episodes can be boiled down to the idea that technology is dangerous in the hands of the wrong people and that most people are, in fact, the wrong people. It’s taken shots at the military industrial complex, online shaming, reality television, virtual reality, and millennials not calling their moms enough. 

Some of those episodes get their points across better than others, but Season 5’s “Smithereens” has the distinction of…

That ‘Black Mirror’ tech bro Jesus moment was unforgivably weird

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Black Mirror is not known for subtlety.  

Most of its episodes can be boiled down to the idea that technology is dangerous in the hands of the wrong people and that most people are, in fact, the wrong people. It’s taken shots at the military industrial complex, online shaming, reality television, virtual reality, and millennials not calling their moms enough. 

Some of those episodes get their points across better than others, but Season 5’s “Smithereens” has the distinction of…

That ‘Black Mirror’ tech bro Jesus moment was unforgivably weird

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Black Mirror is not known for subtlety.  

Most of its episodes can be boiled down to the idea that technology is dangerous in the hands of the wrong people and that most people are, in fact, the wrong people. It’s taken shots at the military industrial complex, online shaming, reality television, virtual reality, and millennials not calling their moms enough. 

Some of those episodes get their points across better than others, but Season 5’s “Smithereens” has the distinction of…

That ‘Black Mirror’ tech bro Jesus moment was unforgivably weird

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Black Mirror is not known for subtlety.  

Most of its episodes can be boiled down to the idea that technology is dangerous in the hands of the wrong people and that most people are, in fact, the wrong people. It’s taken shots at the military industrial complex, online shaming, reality television, virtual reality, and millennials not calling their moms enough. 

Some of those episodes get their points across better than others, but Season 5’s “Smithereens” has the distinction of…

That ‘Black Mirror’ tech bro Jesus moment was unforgivably weird

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Black Mirror is not known for subtlety.  

Most of its episodes can be boiled down to the idea that technology is dangerous in the hands of the wrong people and that most people are, in fact, the wrong people. It’s taken shots at the military industrial complex, online shaming, reality television, virtual reality, and millennials not calling their moms enough. 

Some of those episodes get their points across better than others, but Season 5’s “Smithereens” has the distinction of…

That ‘Black Mirror’ tech bro Jesus moment was unforgivably weird

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Black Mirror is not known for subtlety.  

Most of its episodes can be boiled down to the idea that technology is dangerous in the hands of the wrong people and that most people are, in fact, the wrong people. It’s taken shots at the military industrial complex, online shaming, reality television, virtual reality, and millennials not calling their moms enough. 

Some of those episodes get their points across better than others, but Season 5’s “Smithereens” has the distinction of…

That ‘Black Mirror’ tech bro Jesus moment was unforgivably weird

TwitterFacebook

Black Mirror is not known for subtlety.  

Most of its episodes can be boiled down to the idea that technology is dangerous in the hands of the wrong people and that most people are, in fact, the wrong people. It’s taken shots at the military industrial complex, online shaming, reality television, virtual reality, and millennials not calling their moms enough. 

Some of those episodes get their points across better than others, but Season 5’s “Smithereens” has the distinction of…

That ‘Black Mirror’ tech bro Jesus moment was unforgivably weird

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Black Mirror is not known for subtlety.  

Most of its episodes can be boiled down to the idea that technology is dangerous in the hands of the wrong people and that most people are, in fact, the wrong people. It’s taken shots at the military industrial complex, online shaming, reality television, virtual reality, and millennials not calling their moms enough. 

Some of those episodes get their points across better than others, but Season 5’s “Smithereens” has the distinction of…

Tesla hires the ‘absolute unit’ meme guy to run its social media

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Tesla has reportedly hired Adam Koszary, the man responsible for the “absolute unit” meme, as its new social media manager.

Koszary, who used to work as the program manager for the Museum of English Rural Life, is known for tweeting a photo of a large ram from the museum’s account in April 2018. The caption: “Look at this absolute unit.” 

A lot of people did look at that absolute unit, and thus a genuinely good meme was born.

look at this absolute unitpic.twitter.com/LzcQ4x0q38

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