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I have no words

Okay, okay, I have plenty of words, just not stringing together very coherently, and not very all-ages friendly.

EA encourages sexual harassment of their con employees, goes right for the lowest of the lowest common denominators.

I...I.... AAAAH.

(Found this through jdack by the way.)

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donaithnen
Jul. 24th, 2009 09:59 pm (UTC)
Yeah, i think i already said everything i had to say about it in response to this post =P
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scifantasy
Jul. 24th, 2009 10:10 pm (UTC)
I saw that yesterday. How mind-bogglingly stupid. Somebody on EA needs to be fired for this.
scifantasy
Jul. 24th, 2009 10:33 pm (UTC)
(Oh, and to make it worse, it's not just their employees. It's any booth babes--any "costumed promoters.")
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scifantasy
Jul. 24th, 2009 10:50 pm (UTC)
Seriously. I mean, there are assholes over in the comments (putting the "arse" back in "technica," I guess) who are saying "they knew the job was dangerous when they took it." I don't buy that...but to abstract that to the entire convention would be roughly equivalent to "she was asking for it, your honor, look how she was dressed!"
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scifantasy
Jul. 24th, 2009 10:54 pm (UTC)
Indeed.
jdack
Jul. 24th, 2009 10:46 pm (UTC)
I'm glad people are reposting this. It's friggin insane.
silmaril
Jul. 24th, 2009 10:46 pm (UTC)
There is another dimension beyond the utter horror: Either no non-booth-babe female attends Comic-Con in a revealing costume, or someone in EA really did not think this one through.

I hate the whole idea, but I do want popcorn to go with the entertainment that will ensue when some yahoo confuses an attendee with an EA employee for that purpose.
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