Merriam-Webster Can Help Define “Prejudiced”
Quartz decided one day that it wanted to post the most meaningless, ill-informed Tweet of the century. So, they dug deep into the tiny organ they call a brain and pulled out the first thing that came to mind, if you can call it that. You’re going to lose a few brain cells after reading their terrible tweet.
They argued that employers don’t choose men over women because of prejudices; they choose them because they believe men are more capable than women at certain tasks. Merriam-Webster decided to pop up and add a very meaningful “Hm,” to inform Quartz that maybe they should look up the meaning of prejudice.