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hazing, maybe apologia but I'm working on these things, MH-adjacent 

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as I said in the later parts of the thread, I think this is how some smaller orgs are avoiding getting 'adjacent' to hate groups (or worse, having an employed "ghost skin"), in order to try to have a cohesive organization.

I'm not sure it's possible at 1000; nobody can know everybody even tangentially at that point. it might be possible below 500ish, maybe.

But, I mean -- humans. 😕

hazing, maybe apologia but I'm working on these things, MH-adjacent 

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Anyway, I suspect this was something that, whether it started in BigCorps as a tool by the PHBs looking over spreadsheets all day and little companies are using it for *actual* culture purposes or the other way around, may need to be something people consider more when they decide to form a community, or when they realize one's forming with them within it. (Sometimes it happens accidentally. Humans are weird.)

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