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Everything that’s wrong with Silicon Valley in one bracket

It’s about that time in the startup cycle. We’re all exhausted and sick of everyone’s shit. A popular Medium post is circulating called “Fuck You Startup World” that puts an I-Can’t-Even finger right on all the things that are so damn annoying with startup “culture” celebrated in breathless blog posts and mocked so accurately in HBO’s Silicon Valley...
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