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Photo: Rey Del Rio (Getty Images) It’s been a slow-week in the world of popular culture for kids. I guess everyone is too busy studying for final exams and holiday shopping to make memes or create dangerous “TikTok challenges.” Still, young people found time to organize a massive online labor action and cook gigantic hamburgers. Internet labor-activism: Reddit vs. Kellogg’s This week, Reddit’s antiwork board found a reason to exist beyond complaining about bad bosses—it inserted itself into a labor dispute at the Kellogg’s company. A strike at the company that had been going on since October ended badly for workers this week when the company said “to hell with negotiating” and announced it would fire 1,400 employees who had the temerity to ask for a better wages and benefits and hire other people to replace them. “Not so fast,” responded Reddit. A post on the site called for users to flood Kellogg’s job board with applications, and gave detailed instructions on how to appear as a legit applicants. TikTok users joined in with a script that auto-generates applications , and others posted instructions for creating fake resumes to get past filters. It worked, too, at least for a little bit. Kellogg’s job portal was down for most of the day. It’s back up now, though. Just sitting there, waiting for you to apply for a factory job . The real test will come when the company’s human resources department starts calling up new applicants. If this was done […]