- Unsurprisingly, the majority of the white staff wanted the n-word in the game, Nicholas Carter was not okay with that.
- He asked one of the co-founders, Max Temkin, about it - How did it happen? Instead, Temkin told the head writers to fire him.
- They were surprised at his attitude change (being positive, having money, being outspoken), and so they committed him to a mental institution out of 'concern'.
- The psychiatrist said he was being 'delusional', and would not release him until he agreed that yes, he was only imagining the racism.
- Head writers Jo Feldman, Julia Weiss talked with COO Nick Markos a week after Nicholas was let out. They pretended they didn't know where he was.
- The three told Nicolas he could return to Cards if he signed, essentially, an NDA and would 'confirm to behavioral requirements' because he had 'affected the energy of the room'. He did not sign, hence this article.
- Nicolas was about to give his resignation. Weiss would beg him not to quit, saying the culture could change, and he withdrew it.
- The three then fired him on a call later, claiming he quit on his own free will.
- says "Only the most docile, loyal supporters of the company are promoted into positions of power." Which is unsurprising.
- Honestly the entire tale is why I don't trust startups, and why white liberals are not automatically our friends.
- The CAD team released a statement rebuffing a lot of statements in an article by a banned source. One of the aspects listed is "But we didn't SPELL OUT the n-word!"
- Max Temkin has stepped down.
I hope this can be posted bc it's horrendous. Burn your CAH cards and play apples to apple.