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Some days it seems like there are just fucknuggets everywhere. There are endless categories of fucknuggets, but today’s rant is about that particular type of entitled, smug git who wants people to work for ‘love’, or ‘exposure’… Yeah, for free..

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There was this lot a couple of months ago, and today another scabby little pillock – or bunch of pillocks, for all I know – has popped up on Twitter touting a website-about-to-launch which will ‘find freelancers who will work for free’. The account and website are called Freesist (nope, of course I’m not linking to it) and whoever’s behind it is touting it as some sort of ‘revolution’, replying once or twice to critical tweets in cutesy bad English, then going quiet. Revolutionary? Yeah, right. Now do fuck off.

Even in a world which brings us exploitative scam after exploitative, bound-to-crash scam (Uber’s losing court cases, Taskrabbit is in a mess, Deliveroo just got fucked over as well) all dependent on the idea that you can obtain labour from people without paying them properly if you peddle the idea of ‘freedom’ hard enough, Freesist sounds particularly deranged.

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Which is what makes me wonder what the people behind it actually intend to sell. Most people have got to grips with the fact that there’s mileage in outrage, though few seem to understand that, often as not, it just backfires. Ryan Williams, the ‘meninist’ who posted idiotic tweets bout mensturation, got outed as a scammer in fairly short order. The attention-seeking bellend who announced plans to launch a Fellatio Cafe and got greeted, after the initial explosions of horror, with disdain, has come back again with what may have been the real plan after all – sex doll cafes. How well this will work remains to be seen.

It’s possible that Freesist is a rather clunky piece of satire by someone sick and tired of being asked to work for free: if this is the case, it hasn’t really worked very well as yet, and I’m not exactly holding my breath to see what the next step in the cunning plan might be. While shitty, exploitative outfits like Fiverr exist, the idea of being sold a community of people working for nothing as ‘the future’ is not even amusing. It’s just dully depressing.

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