This Week In Gawker Redundancies

Once in a great while a post here comes along that inspires so much commenter imbecility that we want to make redundant each and every person who posts a "quip" in it. Unfortunately, that's a pain for us to code, so we've just picked five people from this week's nightmare.

Our voluntary lay-offs—thanks for making yourselves available! The company appreciates it!—all come from the Jane magazine BOOBS post. We guess this is a quintuple mastectomy then! (Sorrrrry!)

Made Redundant: Barker
Crime: Blaming the victims.

Made Redundant: armacy
Crime: Blaming the perps.

Made Redundant: Mosha
Crime: Unawareness of surroundings.

Made Redundant: MediaHoHoHo
Crime: Appalling fetish.

Made Redundant: I Bent My Wookie
Crime: Understating the case.

Redundancies are just that: An HR-approved way to get rid of you while deflecting all blame and making you feel doubly victimized. It's not you—it's just that we don't need you any more. Y'all may check the Gawker Comments FAQ. It is also true that banned commenters may return through our invitation. The best way to receive such is to send us cookies (peanut butter, please, and not personalized) or charming and juicy gossip-filled emails.