Why the hacker community is so hostile towards the WWE

Hacker News has posted a video of the WWE’s Vince McMahon on his way to an interview, and he’s got some very angry words for the company that created him: “”WWE.

I’m going to leave you.

I will leave you in your dust.

You will not be the reason why I was fired from your company.

I have never been fired from anyone before.

You’re going to make me leave.

You are the reason for why I will not work in your company anymore.

“McMahon is obviously upset that WWE has fired him, and his fans are angry as well, so they’ve created a petition on Change.org calling for him to be fired and have the company fire him.

It has already garnered more than 5,000 signatures, so it’s not looking good for WWE, but the petition itself is a bit of a joke.

The video doesn’t contain any actual evidence, but it does have a lot of the most common arguments against McMahon, and it’s hard to tell whether or not it’s going to work.

The petition says McMahon was “dumped from a position of power” at the company, and that he was fired after being a “whining, arrogant and arrogant bully who has no loyalty to anyone.”

It’s hard not to laugh at the ridiculousness of it all, but at the end of the day, McMahon isn’t the only one in this story.

As far as the petition goes, it claims McMahon’s only “favourite” WWE wrestler is Bret Hart, and then points to Hart’s departure from the company because he didn’t like working with Vince McMahon.

This isn’t true.

“They had such a high standard and the level of respect and admiration that I have for them. “

I think I can tell you the only thing that I really loved about WWE was working with them,” Hart said.

“They had such a high standard and the level of respect and admiration that I have for them.

I love working there and I love the people there, and they really made me want to be a better person.”

McMahon’s anger doesn’t stop there though.

In the video, he says “I have been a bad employee, and I will never be a good employee again,” and then says that the WWE is “a disgrace” and that they “took advantage of me” by firing him.

The company says he’s “not fired,” but that’s probably not the case.

The people behind the petition have taken to the social media to make it clear that they’re angry with McMahon for firing them, and the petition has more than 100,000 supporters, but they’ve also received threats.

There’s also an official WWE account, but this has been removed from the official site.

The official WWE Twitter account also has a thread about the petition and the threats, and while the message is not clear, it seems to indicate that McMahon has been threatened.

There is a Reddit thread, where fans have also taken to it to share their own complaints, but these fans have a tendency to take things down quickly, which is why they’ve posted a very short message in their thread.

McMahon has also posted a tweet on his official Twitter account, with a link to his petition.

The link doesn’t seem to work, but he’s not taking any chances.

“Sorry if I don’t follow up with you,” he wrote.

“It’s my first one, and you probably already knew.

I am not here to talk about you.

You have already been fired.

This is not the time for me to make a comment on this.

Please leave me alone.

And please tell me that you’re not angry about this.”

This is the same Vince McMahon that he’s been known for, and even though it seems like he’s done a great job with his time at WWE, he’s still not quite the same person.

If he is indeed going to be replaced by someone, it’s possible that this is the right time to make him the new owner of the company.