Woman loses internship at NASA after cursing former engineer on Twitter
In the days when practically everyone has a social network account, it's good to be careful about what we publish or what we talk about on these platforms, as the vast majority of companies already use the scouring feature to get to know the candidate. be their employee.
Obviously, NASA would not be left out of this: a woman identified on Twitter by the name Naomi and with the profile (now inactive) @NaomiH_official posted the following message on the social network after getting an internship at the US space agency:
Translating to good old Portuguese: “ALL WORLD, CALE AP * ORRA DA MOUTH. I was accepted into a stage at NASA. ” Also, in Caps Lock. Well, so far, we can't condemn anyone for speaking up that way, say, effusively, by having the opportunity to work at NASA. The problem is that it didn't stop there.
Seeing the girl's tweet, Homer Hickman, a former NASA engineer and one of 12 members of the National Space Council, the board supervising the US space agency, responded to the “rude” message by saying only “Language” ( something similar to “Look at the mouth!” we would say here in Brazil).
Probably having no idea who it was, the girl certainly thought “who is this guy to come fix my language on Twitter?” And sent, without mercy, the following tweet:
"Suck my bitch and my bitches I'm going to work at NASA." IT'S. It hurts just to read and think about the result. Well, Homer Hickman decided to identify himself so that the girl would know what she had done. The former engineer explained only that he was part of the National Space Council, which manages NASA, and some more "sly" Twitter users eventually found that the girl lost her internship at the space agency.
While women's behavior really is something to be condemned, especially in the context in which it all happened, many people have come to complain that people should be free to say whatever they want in their personal Twitter accounts, including writing bad words - no, it's Of course, bear in mind that the girl directly offended a member of NASA's board of directors.
It was all the movement around, caused by other Twitter users who learned about the story, that caught the attention of the space agency.
Still, to explain, Homer Hickman said in a post on his personal blog that it had nothing to do with canceling the girl's scholarship, taking no action or contacting NASA to reprimand her. According to him, it was all the movement around what happened, caused by other Twitter users who learned about the story, that caught the attention of the space agency, which made the decision to end Naomi's opportunity.
Chances are she'll never curse anyone on Twitter again without first finding out who is the person to be offended. Wise lesson.
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Woman loses internship at NASA after cursing former engineer on Twitter via TecMundo