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Re: Kavanaugh in 87, Venice Beach boardwalk wearing "Inspect Her Gadget" tank topbuff faggot  09/18/18
Re: Wife concerned about our daughter becoming a shitlibThunder Collins  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.weird noodlewhore  09/18/18
Re: See same barista every day & her attractiveness varies wildlybuff faggot  09/18/18
Re: "Babe, gonna go hang out with lawyer friends" *drives car to cul de sac. poasts*Dr. Hibbert  09/18/18
Re: Gavin Newsom, cant shut his fucking mouth, silent on Kavanaugh and #metooa mitigated 180  09/18/18
Re: See same barista every day & her attractiveness varies wildlyRolex  09/18/18
Re: 9 members of Escondido high school cheer squad are visibly pregnant (link)buff faggot  09/18/18
Re: Finally took the plunge with a tranny escort 10 days ago, now have flu symptomsDr. Hibbert  09/18/18
Re: So this is all revenge because Kavanuagh's mom foreclosed on her home?Emotionally & Physically Abusive Halford  09/18/18
Re: Finally took the plunge with a tranny escort 10 days ago, now have flu symptomspooncream  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanggtp  09/18/18
Re: Wife concerned about our daughter becoming a shitlibbuff faggot  09/18/18
Re: Jared Taylor explains race realism in Japanesefrog and toad both striking out at WhittierLaw OCI  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japan.,.,...,..,.,.,:,,:,.,.,:::,....,:,..,:.:.,:.::,  09/18/18
Re: Kavanaugh in 87, Venice Beach boardwalk wearing "Inspect Her Gadget" tank topThunder Collins  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.Real Estate  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.weird noodlewhore  09/18/18
Re: Gavin Newsom, cant shut his fucking mouth, silent on Kavanaugh and #metoo.,.,.,\',..,.,.,\"  09/18/18
Re: So this is all revenge because Kavanuagh's mom foreclosed on her home?Kenneth Pinyan  09/18/18
Re: Wife concerned about our daughter becoming a shitlibThunder Collins  09/18/18
Re: thread_id=2120one note antisemite  09/18/18
Re: Makes me incensed that BIGFRUIT still tries to force meme SHIT MELONSHonda Grom ripping away over the horizon  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio  09/18/18
Re: Gavin Newsom, cant shut his fucking mouth, silent on Kavanaugh and #metooKenneth Pinyan  09/18/18
Re: So this is all revenge because Kavanuagh's mom foreclosed on her home?Emotionally & Physically Abusive Halford  09/18/18
Re: Wife concerned about our daughter becoming a shitlibdirte  09/18/18
Re: Wife concerned about our daughter becoming a shitlibThunder Collins  09/18/18
Re: Wife concerned about our daughter becoming a shitlibThunder Collins  09/18/18
Re: *takes a shit* *toilet filled with nothing but shitmelons*il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.weird noodlewhore  09/18/18
Re: Wife concerned about our daughter becoming a shitlibbuff faggot  09/18/18
Re: Wife concerned about our daughter becoming a shitlibZezima  09/18/18
Re: Wife concerned about our daughter becoming a shitlib:D  09/18/18
Re: The financial crash was like pulling a fire alarm before a shootingBelisarius  09/18/18
Re: The financial crash was like pulling a fire alarm before a shooting\'\"\"\"\"\'\"  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanup$et j3\\/\\/  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.Real Estate  09/18/18
Re: "Babe, gonna go hang out with lawyer friends" *drives car to cul de sac. poasts*empathy incarnate  09/18/18
Re: "Babe, gonna go hang out with lawyer friends" *drives car to cul de sac. poasts*buff faggot  09/18/18
Re: Wife concerned about our daughter becoming a shitlibThunder Collins  09/18/18
Re: 1986 pic of Kavanaugh wearing "bikini inspector" teeDr. Hibbert  09/18/18
Re: See same barista every day & her attractiveness varies wildlybuff faggot  09/18/18
Re: Rate this unhinged fb exchangelongwangpoontang  09/18/18
Re: Kavanaugh in 87, Venice Beach boardwalk wearing "Inspect Her Gadget" tank topup$et j3\\/\\/  09/18/18
Re: Kavanaugh seen laughing while reading a Mad Magazine in 1982, per sourcesmichael doodikoff  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio  09/18/18
Re: Chinese tourists cause commotion checking into Swedish hotel.,.,.:.,:,.:.,.,:.,.:.,:,.:.,:.,,..:,  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.weird noodlewhore  09/18/18
Re: Byzantium I dated an uptight girl from Greece for a couple monthsil primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.Real Estate  09/18/18
Re: Byzantium I dated an uptight girl from Greece for a couple monthslongwangpoontang  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanone note antisemite  09/18/18
Re: Me: aggressively shorting Tesla because logic. U: ask about retarded coinslongwangpoontang  09/18/18
Re: 1986 pic of Kavanaugh wearing "bikini inspector" teelongwangpoontang  09/18/18
Re: Is there anything more annoying than a recovering opiate addict?pooncream  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural JapanThe DJT USSF INTERGALACTIC JUGGERNAUT  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural JapanOh, you travel?  09/18/18
Re: Byzantium I dated an uptight girl from Greece for a couple monthsil primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.6ix9ine  09/18/18
Re: Me: aggressively shorting Tesla because logic. U: ask about retarded coinsMormon missionary (not the good kind)  09/18/18
Re: so did Kavanaugh nut or whathurricane sandeep  09/18/18
Re: Can Mark Zuckerberg Fix Facebook Before It Breaks Democracy? (longread)THOT_RAVAGER  09/18/18
Re: Biglaw associate retires mid-dealggtp  09/18/18
Re: Is there anything more annoying than a recovering opiate addict?Real Estate  09/18/18
Re: Finally took the plunge with a tranny escort 10 days ago, now have flu symptomslongwangpoontang  09/18/18
Re: The financial crash was like pulling a fire alarm before a shooting1st Ballot Wigger Hall of Famer  09/18/18
Re: Biglaw associate retires mid-deallongwangpoontang  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japan\'\"\"\'\'\'\'\"\"\'\'\"  09/18/18
Re: Me: Channel my Dad! Psychic: A strong male figure keeps repeating "FAGGOT!"alzabo  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buyggtp  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio  09/18/18
Re: Commercials during NFL games are some seriously creepy dystopian shitbuff faggot  09/18/18
Re: RATE this MUSIC VIDEO of one of the most famous MUSLIM DEFEATS (link)(:{|}  09/18/18
Re: Finally took the plunge with a tranny escort 10 days ago, now have flu symptomscornhusker  09/18/18
Re: They gave me a nickname at work. Sir Poops-A-Lot.longwangpoontang  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buy\'\"\"\"\"\'\"  09/18/18
Re: Rating the first three poasters to respond as cute high school girls...longwangpoontang  09/18/18
Re: Finally took the plunge with a tranny escort 10 days ago, now have flu symptomszurichisstained  09/18/18
Re: They gave me a nickname at work. Sir Poops-A-Lot.bloodacre  09/18/18
Re: Gavin Newsom, cant shut his fucking mouth, silent on Kavanaugh and #metoo:D  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.Real Estate  09/18/18
Re: Anyone else work with a literal midget?hurricane sandeep  09/18/18
Re: Anyone else work with a literal midget?Lodestar  09/18/18
Re: Rating the first three poasters to respond as cute high school girls...bloodacre  09/18/18
Re: Rating the first three poasters to respond as cute high school girls...empathy incarnate  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buyggtp  09/18/18
Re: They gave me a nickname at work. Sir Poops-A-Lot.Lodestar  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanone note antisemite  09/18/18
Re: Gavin Newsom, cant shut his fucking mouth, silent on Kavanaugh and #metooa den of proles  09/18/18
Re: "Here come the train!" (GC forcing shitmelons down your throat)il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio  09/18/18
Re: Will the SEC ever actually do anything about Elon Musk's blatant securities fraucornhusker  09/18/18
Re: Rating the first three poasters to respond as cute high school girls...weird noodlewhore  09/18/18
Re: Finally took the plunge with a tranny escort 10 days ago, now have flu symptomsSotomayor McCheese  09/18/18
Re: Got a mushroomhead, it's bigger than the rest / Yeti bush mushroomhead1st Ballot Wigger Hall of Famer  09/18/18
Re: Nebraska player named "Farmer" not flame.:D  09/18/18
Re: Finally took the plunge with a tranny escort 10 days ago, now have flu symptomshistrionic bitchmade lawyerfaggot  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buyggtp  09/18/18
Re: Reminder - Average IQ of Greece is ~90. Same as Mexico. TTT ethinicity.weird noodlewhore  09/18/18
Re: Is there anything more annoying than a recovering opiate addict?DICE  09/18/18
Re: Gavin Newsom, cant shut his fucking mouth, silent on Kavanaugh and #metooKenneth Pinyan  09/18/18
Re: RATE this MUSIC VIDEO of one of the most famous MUSLIM DEFEATS (link)(:{|}  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural JapanThe DJT USSF INTERGALACTIC JUGGERNAUT  09/18/18
Re: Makes me incensed that BIGFRUIT still tries to force meme SHIT MELONSil primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio  09/18/18
Re: "Babe, gonna go hang out with lawyer friends" *drives car to cul de sac. poasts*longwangpoontang  09/18/18
Re: Is there anything more annoying than a recovering opiate addict?Real Estate  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanup$et j3\\/\\/  09/18/18
Re: Met with a client today named Todd Casebuff faggot  09/18/18
Re: Finally took the plunge with a tranny escort 10 days ago, now have flu symptomszurichisstained  09/18/18
Re: Is there anything more annoying than a recovering opiate addict?dirte  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanup$et j3\\/\\/  09/18/18
Re: Tesla Faces U.S. Criminal Probe Over Musk StatementsNon sequitur  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanone note antisemite  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buySotomayor McCheese  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buyMormon missionary (not the good kind)  09/18/18
Re: :D naming his son ":d"Boichester United  09/18/18
Re: THIS is why you're going bald, baldmosweird noodlewhore  09/18/18
Re: Is there anything more annoying than a recovering opiate addict?DICE  09/18/18
Re: :D naming his son ":d"Sotomayor McCheese  09/18/18
Re: Lol at :D thinking 1500 miles is a long waycornhusker  09/18/18
Re: Biglaw associate retires mid-dealNon sequitur  09/18/18
Re: Is there anything more annoying than a recovering opiate addict?Sotomayor McCheese  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buyggtp  09/18/18
Re: :D naming his son ":d"cornhusker  09/18/18
Re: Lol at :D thinking 1500 miles is a long way:D  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buySotomayor McCheese  09/18/18
Re: Fucked a sexy thick 5'10" chick last night raw. Really need to stop this.ESL TM..,..;;.  09/18/18
Re: Stormy claims Hillary Clinton called Trump during one of their hookupsBoichester United  09/18/18
Re: Lol at :D thinking 1500 miles is a long waycornhusker  09/18/18
Re: Fucked a sexy thick 5'10" chick last night raw. Really need to stop this.ESL TM..,..;;.  09/18/18
Re: Commercials during NFL games are some seriously creepy dystopian shitSotomayor McCheese  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buyggtp  09/18/18
Re: Michigan Marching Band frantically practicing "The Thunder Rolls"sic semper tyrannis  09/18/18
Re: How can $cott Fraud go from undefeated to winless?MOOB  09/18/18
Re: Me: aggressively shorting Tesla because logic. U: ask about retarded coins.....,,.....,,.....,,.................,,,  09/18/18
Re: Biglaw associate retires mid-dealggtp  09/18/18
Re: Lol at :D thinking 1500 miles is a long wayBOM  09/18/18
Re: Bachelor in Paradise bros: Rate texts from Jenna (cheated on xo Jordan) to Chadmichael doodikoff  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buyvonNeumann  09/18/18
Re: REMINDER: an almost destitute Greek has a significantly higher QOL than you doweird noodlewhore  09/18/18
Re: Biglaw associate retires mid-dealchickenalfredo  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanone note antisemite  09/18/18
Re: XO is weird.. a person can do ANYTHING in life so knock it offBOM  09/18/18
Re: Fucked a sexy thick 5'10" chick last night raw. Really need to stop this.ESL TM..,..;;.  09/18/18
Re: Rate this unhinged fb exchange\'\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\"  09/18/18
Re: WHOS READY FOR SOME FUCKING NIGGERBALLRaping Terry Gross  09/18/18
Re: Fucking with my black fiancee's ex-employer over sick payweird noodlewhore  09/18/18
Re: How can $cott Fraud go from undefeated to winless?cornhusker  09/18/18
Re: How can $cott Fraud go from undefeated to winless?BOM  09/18/18
Re: REMINDER: an almost destitute Greek has a significantly higher QOL than you do\'\"\"\"\"\'\"  09/18/18
Re: MUSHROOMHEAD Headlining Trump Rally - why?which dad  09/18/18
Re: Fucked a sexy thick 5'10" chick last night raw. Really need to stop this.weird noodlewhore  09/18/18
Re: How can $cott Fraud go from undefeated to winless?:D  09/18/18
Re: <><><>NOMUSHROOM<><><>which dad  09/18/18
Re: <><><>NOMUSHROOM<><><>Boichester United  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural JapanThe DJT USSF INTERGALACTIC JUGGERNAUT  09/18/18
Re: Got a mushroomhead, it's bigger than the rest / Yeti bush mushroomheadwhich dad  09/18/18
Re: Who wants to see some of my Craigslist Casual Encounters game from 2008? (Pics)Racist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: How can $cott Fraud go from undefeated to winless?cornhusker  09/18/18
Re: Fucking with my black fiancee's ex-employer over sick paysic semper tyrannis  09/18/18
Re: Ethanol truck blows the fuck up~~(>\' \' )>  09/18/18
Re: Got a mushroomhead, it's bigger than the rest / Yeti bush mushroomheadBoichester United  09/18/18
Re: Can Mark Zuckerberg Fix Facebook Before It Breaks Democracy? (longread)Non sequitur  09/18/18
Re: Nebraska fires Scott Frost, hires Scott Stapp (ESPN)ggtp  09/18/18
Re: How can $cott Fraud go from undefeated to winless?:D  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural JapanHarvey Weinstein getting old-fashioned studio head  09/18/18
Re: 180 part of Breaking Bad is Todd's obsession with Lydiahurricane sandeep  09/18/18
Re: Will the SEC ever actually do anything about Elon Musk's blatant securities frauRacist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: only interests I have is making $ gaining fame no interest insexBOM  09/18/18
Re: How can $cott Fraud go from undefeated to winless?cornhusker  09/18/18
Re: Bye bye weird Korean guy, drove his Mustang to noraebang then went home to cryWhitechapel Fatberg  09/18/18
Re: Will the SEC ever actually do anything about Elon Musk's blatant securities frauggtp  09/18/18
Re: "Trump has yeti pubes and a dick like Toad from Mario Kart" (actual quote)which dad  09/18/18
Re: How can $cott Fraud go from undefeated to winless?cornhusker  09/18/18
Re: Fucking with my black fiancee's ex-employer over sick payRacist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: Will the SEC ever actually do anything about Elon Musk's blatant securities fraucornhusker  09/18/18
Re: everyone should go pumo, far more legit stalker creeps are on xo than u realizea den of proles  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buyggtp  09/18/18
Re: Got a mushroomhead, it's bigger than the rest / Yeti bush mushroomheadhurricane sandeep  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buyMormon missionary (not the good kind)  09/18/18
Re: How can $cott Fraud go from undefeated to winless?BOM  09/18/18
Re: Fucking with my black fiancee's ex-employer over sick payggtp  09/18/18
Re: THIS is why you're going bald, baldmoscornhusker  09/18/18
Re: everyone should go pumo, far more legit stalker creeps are on xo than u realizeRacist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: Me: aggressively shorting Tesla because logic. U: ask about retarded coinsMormon missionary (not the good kind)  09/18/18
Re: Bachelor in Paradise bros: Rate texts from Jenna (cheated on xo Jordan) to Chadmexican doobs  09/18/18
Re: everyone should go pumo, far more legit stalker creeps are on xo than u realize\'\"\"\"\"\'\"  09/18/18
Re: everyone should go pumo, far more legit stalker creeps are on xo than u realizeggtp  09/18/18
Re: Rate the Savagery-Level of my Monday-Wednesday work trip for some deposRacist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: DEMOCRATS destroy sexual harassment accuser of Dem SenatorHombre 3000  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanone note antisemite  09/18/18
Re: Fucking with my black fiancee's ex-employer over sick paychilmata  09/18/18
Re: Stormy claims Hillary Clinton called Trump during one of their hookupsTHOT_RAVAGER  09/18/18
Re: rate this Bridezilla's rant about paying $3K to attend her destination wedding~~(>\' \' )>  09/18/18
Re: everyone should go pumo, far more legit stalker creeps are on xo than u realizedon\'t run nigga i see you  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanup$et j3\\/\\/  09/18/18
Re: what stock should i buyggtp  09/18/18
Re: Is there anything more annoying than a recovering opiate addict?Hombre 3000  09/18/18
Re: Got a mushroomhead, it's bigger than the rest / Yeti bush mushroomheada mitigated 180  09/18/18
Re: everyone should go pumo, far more legit stalker creeps are on xo than u realizea den of proles  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanup$et j3\\/\\/  09/18/18
Re: Has Keith Ellison (DNC vice-chair) spoken out on Kavanaugh accusations?Hombre 3000  09/18/18
Re: Got a mushroomhead, it's bigger than the rest / Yeti bush mushroomheadggtp  09/18/18
Re: Ethanol truck blows the fuck up\'\'\'\'\'\'\'\"\'\"  09/18/18
Re: Got a mushroomhead, it's bigger than the rest / Yeti bush mushroomheadcannon  09/18/18
Re: Ethanol truck blows the fuck upCunt Saw  09/18/18
Re: everyone should go pumo, far more legit stalker creeps are on xo than u realizeggtp  09/18/18
Re: Fucked a sexy thick 5'10" chick last night raw. Really need to stop this.Racist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japan.,.,.:.,:,.:.,.,:.,.:.,:,.:.,:.,,..:,  09/18/18
Re: Fucked a sexy thick 5'10" chick last night raw. Really need to stop this.Racist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japan.,.,.:.,:,.:.,.,:.,.:.,:,.:.,:.,,..:,  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japan.,.,.:.,:,.:.,.,:.,.:.,:,.:.,:.,,..:,  09/18/18
Re: Breaks my heart :D is a pro-China, anti-US cuck.,.,...,..,.,..:,,:,.,,.;:,,..,:,.;.:..:.,:,::,.  09/18/18
Re: rate this Bridezilla's rant about paying $3K to attend her destination weddingbiglaw associate asking if link is worksafe @ 11pm  09/18/18
Re: Chinese tourists cause commotion checking into Swedish hotel.,.,.:.,:,.:.,.,:.,.:.,:,.:.,:.,,..:,  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural JapanHarvey Weinstein getting old-fashioned studio head  09/18/18
Re: Ethanol truck blows the fuck upCunt Saw  09/18/18
Re: I thought wmtp was an alpha white entrepreneur. I looked up to himggtp  09/18/18
Re: Stormy claims Hillary Clinton called Trump during one of their hookupsGet Thee To The Rapery  09/18/18
Re: Stormy claims Hillary Clinton called Trump during one of their hookupsone note antisemite  09/18/18
Re: ***OFFICIAL BETTER CALL SAUL SEASON 4 EPISODE 7 THREAD***dcpoast (41 yr old shirtless guitar player)  09/18/18
Re: Fucked a sexy thick 5'10" chick last night raw. Really need to stop this.Racist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: Remember when cons claimed Daschle's unreported income was corruption in Obama asic semper tyrannis  09/18/18
Re: Is there anything more annoying than a recovering opiate addict?porjectfinAAnce  09/18/18
Re: Fucked a sexy thick 5'10" chick last night raw. Really need to stop this.Racist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: Stormy claims Hillary Clinton called Trump during one of their hookupscannon  09/18/18
Re: Kavanaugh in 87, Venice Beach boardwalk wearing "Inspect Her Gadget" tank top~~(>\' \' )>  09/18/18
Re: MUSHROOMHEAD Headlining Trump Rally - why?Zezima  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanlawman8  09/18/18
Re: everyone should go pumo, far more legit stalker creeps are on xo than u realizeup$et j3\\/\\/  09/18/18
Re: Me: Channel my Dad! Psychic: A strong male figure keeps repeating "FAGGOT!"dirte  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural Japanone note antisemite  09/18/18
Re: Bye bye weird Korean guy, drove his Mustang to noraebang then went home to cryggtp  09/18/18
Re: everyone should go pumo, far more legit stalker creeps are on xo than u realizeRacist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: Bye bye weird Korean guy, drove his Mustang to noraebang then went home to cryggtp  09/18/18
Re: MUSHROOMHEAD Headlining Trump Rally - why?Hombre 3000  09/18/18
Re: Bachelor in Paradise bros: Rate texts from Jenna (cheated on xo Jordan) to Chadmichael doodikoff  09/18/18
Re: REMINDER: an almost destitute Greek has a significantly higher QOL than you doa den of proles  09/18/18
Re: Is there anything more annoying than a recovering opiate addict?Real Estate  09/18/18
Re: Me: aggressively shorting Tesla because logic. U: ask about retarded coins.....,,.....,,.....,,.................,,,  09/18/18
Re: really need fleshlight to poast moreRacist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: Is there anything more annoying than a recovering opiate addict?dirte  09/18/18
Re: THIS is why you're going bald, baldmosReal Estate  09/18/18
Re: "Trump has yeti pubes and a dick like Toad from Mario Kart" (actual quote)....,.,...,,...  09/18/18
Re: Fleshlight signing out for the next few weeks...will return near next cheatmoingRacist Manhattan Guy  09/18/18
Re: "Babe, gonna go hang out with lawyer friends" *drives car to cul de sac. poasts*Non sequitur  09/18/18
Re: The Case for a More Multicultural JapanThe DJT USSF INTERGALACTIC JUGGERNAUT  09/18/18
Re: everyone should go pumo, far more legit stalker creeps are on xo than u realize..,.,;:.,:;,:;,..,;;:,;  09/18/18
Re: Me: aggressively shorting Tesla because logic. U: ask about retarded coinsMormon missionary (not the good kind)  09/18/18
Re: REMINDER: an almost destitute Greek has a significantly higher QOL than you doReal Estate  09/18/18

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:43 PM
Author: buff faggot



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:43 PM
Author: Thunder Collins

It is easy to believe in lib nonsense when you are not exposed to reality. This approach might work. Any stories?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:43 PM
Author: weird noodlewhore

Says the guy who's great-grand parents got genocided by a bunch of subhuman Turks after the Brits gave them a LAYUP for taking back Anatolia

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:43 PM
Author: buff faggot

Doesnt wear any

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:43 PM
Author: Dr. Hibbert



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:43 PM
Author: a mitigated 180

Good call. CA Rs are dumb if they aren’t finding these women right now. Shouldn’t be hard to do.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:43 PM
Author: Rolex

Makeup

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:43 PM
Author: buff faggot



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:43 PM
Author: Dr. Hibbert



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:42 PM
Author: Emotionally & Physically Abusive Halford((EpahTP))


Please state whether you got tricked by the foreclosure fake news.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:42 PM
Author: pooncream

How was it?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:42 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


they already do pay for kids

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:42 PM
Author: buff faggot

I worked at one in so cal and it was mind blowing

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:42 PM
Author: frog and toad both striking out at WhittierLaw OCI



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:42 PM
Author: .,.,...,..,.,.,:,,:,.,.,:::,....,:,..,:.:.,:.::,

Oh my god. Immigration is the only answer? How about the Japanese government incentivizes Japanese citizens to have more kids! Pay them! Mandate reproduction. This article is insane.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:41 PM
Author: Thunder Collins



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:41 PM
Author: Real Estate

Your unyielding loyaly to data will take you so far in this world! You seem very well adjusted and happy so please disregard my advice. You’ve got it all figured out!

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:41 PM
Author: weird noodlewhore

The fact that you're only comeback is to repeatedly criticize me for being overly empirical says a lot about your "argument" and your TTT genes.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:41 PM
Author: .,.,.,\',..,.,.,\"

http://www.xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=4071731&mc=1&forum_id=2

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:41 PM
Author: Kenneth Pinyan(earl)


he lisped, after posting articles from Motherjones about Kennedy's son's ties to Trump in the 90's.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:40 PM
Author: Thunder Collins

(guy who doesn't live with my wife)

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:40 PM
Author: one note antisemite



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:40 PM
Author: Honda Grom ripping away over the horizon

Hotel Fruit Wholesalers of America would like a word.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:40 PM
Author: il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio(elle le fait pour chad !)


pls respond
http://www.xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=4071008&mc=9&forum_id=2#36832690

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:40 PM
Author: Kenneth Pinyan(earl)


he sure did. got them divorced too.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:40 PM
Author: Emotionally & Physically Abusive Halford((EpahTP))


lol@xoTrumpmos never not getting tricked by fake news:

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/brett-kavanaugh-foreclosure-accuser-parents/

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:40 PM
Author: dirte

Your wife is really starting to grow on me.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:40 PM
Author: Thunder Collins

LMAO at my wife having the patience for this

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:40 PM
Author: Thunder Collins

Counter-intuitive approach

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:39 PM
Author: il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio(elle le fait pour chad !)




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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:39 PM
Author: weird noodlewhore

Yeah -- I'm the biased one by going to impartial sources and using data. You're WOKE.

Shove a Dolma up your ass you Wog faggot.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:39 PM
Author: buff faggot

Send her to a public school full of spics

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:39 PM
Author: Zezima

Boarding school i guess idk

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:39 PM
Author: :D(5000 mcg B12/wk, 150 mcg iodine/day, 250 mg algal DHA-EPA/day)


HOME. SCHOOL.
https://www.amazon.com/Well-Trained-Mind-Classical-Education-Fourth/dp/0393253627

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:39 PM
Author: Belisarius

Sounds like what ppl were saying in 06

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:38 PM
Author: \'\"\"\"\"\'\"

Like what?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:38 PM
Author: up$et j3\\/\\/

Stalin was Jewish?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:38 PM
Author: Real Estate

More non sequitors quoted off of Wikipedia and similar sources. My suggestion, young boy, is that you turn off your computer and walk outside into the world. Let your own experiences shape your worldview, and not those of academics and epidemiologists or anthropologist scholars. You are so lost you don’t even know what I’m talking about. I feel sorry for you.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:38 PM
Author: empathy incarnate(Pederastrian)




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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:38 PM
Author: buff faggot



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:38 PM
Author: Thunder Collins

My wife is concerned about our daughter being influenced by libs growing up in Southern California. She thinks there is no way that kids can avoid internalizing the toxic lib rhetoric pushed in the schools. And her peers will likely be the children of UMC libs. I have been telling her we need to GTFO of California before she starts school if we want to avoid this. Is there any other approach that might work? Maybe send her to a Catholic school?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:38 PM
Author: Dr. Hibbert



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:37 PM
Author: buff faggot

Sometimes she is glowing and looking hot as hell other days looks like a disgusting mess is this all down to hormones?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:37 PM
Author: longwangpoontang

Translation:
1- logically consistent assertion and judgment
2- response with dismissal and non-sensical rambling, finishing with soft racist double standard

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:37 PM
Author: up$et j3\\/\\/

Just so insanely sexist & bigoted, I literally can't.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:37 PM
Author: michael doodikoff



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:37 PM
Author: il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio(elle le fait pour chad !)


(guy who didn't get the point of the post he's responding to)

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:36 PM
Author: .,.,.:.,:,.:.,.,:.,.:.,:,.:.,:.,,..:,



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:36 PM
Author: weird noodlewhore

Greeks are not malnourished and they have a decent educational system in place, so there's no reason to believe that all the data is somehow not reflective of their underlying TTT genes for IQ.

Modern Greeks are the decedents of a mix of the metics, who made up the vast majority of the population in Ancient Greece, and shit-slavs who came down more recently. Genes of the Hellenes are basically all gone.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:36 PM
Author: il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio(elle le fait pour chad !)


not a chance

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:35 PM
Author: Real Estate

Also what better economy are you talking about? Before you brainlessly start telling me about GDP and growth ask yourself if you’ve ever really lived beyond the glowing screens in front of you and perhaps your perspective on the world should be cultivated through first hand experience instead of Wikipedia.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:35 PM
Author: longwangpoontang

wwop

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:35 PM
Author: one note antisemite

Rsf is just a liar and a loser. Let him live his fantasy of being a passing white. Even Julia mentioned he was a jew when they met irl

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:35 PM
Author: longwangpoontang

cp

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:34 PM
Author: longwangpoontang

Beach Week 86! Dewey Beach here we come

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:34 PM
Author: pooncream



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:34 PM
Author: The DJT USSF INTERGALACTIC JUGGERNAUT

LOL my last name isn’t at all jewish idiot.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:34 PM
Author: Oh, you travel?

The Japanese aren't dumb like Americans. they know that the global order is going to come after them sooner or later. I wonder what their plan is when zero hour strikes

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:34 PM
Author: il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio(elle le fait pour chad !)


her father died at a young age what does that do to a greek girl's psyche?

also notorious prudes are 145 max do you not agree?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:34 PM
Author: 6ix9ine



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:34 PM
Author: Mormon missionary (not the good kind)

just be careful bro - those puts are expensive for a reason. a lot of people are making the same bet as you, and there are A LOT of short equity positions that will need to be covered between here and your strikes. even if things go according to your plan, this won't be a smooth ride back to 50.


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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:34 PM
Author: hurricane sandeep



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:34 PM
Author: THOT_RAVAGER

what a weird dude. he seems to genuinely believe that social media is a useful, important pillar of society, instead of a simplistic medium to sell ads and collect data on people in order to.....sell them more ads

odd case



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)




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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: Real Estate

Believe you me, it doesn’t take any headspace to comment on my junkie idiot brother in law.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: longwangpoontang

yes

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: 1st Ballot Wigger Hall of Famer

Faggot

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: longwangpoontang

tha--

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: \'\"\"\'\'\'\'\"\"\'\'\"

Why are you still playing this game? You have a kike last name and your brother's funeral was held at a synagogue

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: alzabo



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


goddamn dont confuse me

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio(elle le fait pour chad !)


crrrr

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: buff faggot



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: (:{|}

When the Winged Hussars arrive

A cry for help in time of need await relief from Holy League
60 days of siege outnumbered and weak
Sent a message to the sky wounded soldiers left to die
Will they hold the wall or will the city fall

Dedication
Dedication
They're outnumbered 15 to one
And the battle's begun

And the Winged Hussars arrive
Coming down the mountainside
Let the Winged Hussars arrive
Coming down they turn the tide

As the days are passing by and as the dead are piling high
No escape and no salvation
Trenches to explosive halls are buried deep beneath the walls
Plant the charges there and watch the city fear

Desperation
Desperation
It's a desperate race against the mine
And a race against time

And the Winged Hussars arrive
Coming down the mountainside
Let the Winged Hussars arrive
Coming down they turn the tide

Cannonballs are coming down from the sky
Janissaries are you ready to die
We will seek our vengeance eye for an eye

You'll be stopped upon the steps of our gate
On this field you're only facing our hate
But back home the sultan's sealing your fate

We remember
In September
That's the night Vienna was freed
We made the enemies bleed

And the Winged Hussars arrive
Coming down the mountainside
Let the Winged Hussars arrive
Coming down they turn the tide ]

(Storm clouds fire and steel
Death from above make their enemy kneel)

We remember
In September
When the Winged Hussars arrived

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:33 PM
Author: cornhusker

ty. This is why I keep coming back to this site.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:32 PM
Author: longwangpoontang

do you hide out in the bathroom to avoid work?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:32 PM
Author: \'\"\"\"\"\'\"

Just lol at you buying costco 5% off its ALL TIME HIGH

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:32 PM
Author: longwangpoontang

JFC

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:32 PM
Author: zurichisstained

took it in the ass. condom was used but I didn't check to see if it broke.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:31 PM
Author: bloodacre



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:31 PM
Author: :D(5000 mcg B12/wk, 150 mcg iodine/day, 250 mg algal DHA-EPA/day)


didn't he cuck his campaign manager

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:31 PM
Author: Real Estate

If you’ve spent time in Italy and Greece, interacting with real people, and believe those IQ charts correlate with your experiences (“wow those Italians are so much brighter than those dumb Greeks!”) then you don’t even have a 90 IQ. More likely you’re a mindless autist spouting numbers off the left side of your dual monitor set up.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:31 PM
Author: hurricane sandeep



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:31 PM
Author: Lodestar

180

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:31 PM
Author: bloodacre



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:31 PM
Author: empathy incarnate(Pederastrian)


18000000

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:30 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


small, ive got like 5% in cash

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:30 PM
Author: Lodestar

Just do Diaper bro

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:30 PM
Author: one note antisemite

No like the ones that took power in Russia and killed 20 million whites

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:30 PM
Author: a den of proles

your governor is a fucking scumbag, >80% change he has allegations waiting if he e.g. runs for president

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:30 PM
Author: il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio(elle le fait pour chad !)




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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:30 PM
Author: cornhusker

It only became blatant after the fact

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:30 PM
Author: weird noodlewhore

Bump because JFC at #1

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:29 PM
Author: Sotomayor McCheese

depends. did you take the plunge or give the plunge?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:29 PM
Author: 1st Ballot Wigger Hall of Famer



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:29 PM
Author: :D(5000 mcg B12/wk, 150 mcg iodine/day, 250 mg algal DHA-EPA/day)


https://twitter.com/HailVarsity/status/1041733991030775810

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:29 PM
Author: histrionic bitchmade lawyerfaggot

We need details of how you may have contracted it

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:29 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


ok cool in for 5k

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:29 PM
Author: weird noodlewhore

Unfair question. You just named a bunch of insect hives and a small isolated arctic island.

Better question is rather I'd live in Greece or 103 IQ northern Italy, which has much smarter people, much better economy, better food, better culture, hotter chicks, and nearly good weather.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:29 PM
Author: DICE

recovered

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:29 PM
Author: Kenneth Pinyan(earl)


Chances this sleazy piece of human scum did not cause a woman to feel awkward at some point over the past 40 years?

Or because he is pretty good looking, women will find it endearing instead of creepy like punchable Kavanaugh?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:29 PM
Author: (:{|}

I've heard of at least half of it.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: The DJT USSF INTERGALACTIC JUGGERNAUT

Sounds like a sustainable business model. Spend years and loads of cash on litigation then don’t collect a fee. Must be why all the other firms in this niche do it that way, CR!

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: il primo a raggiungere 1000 punti vince serbatoio(elle le fait pour chad !)


Better that honeydew and cantaloupe were never cultivated in the first place

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: longwangpoontang



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: Real Estate

(recovering opiate addict)

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: up$et j3\\/\\/

Like in China?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: buff faggot

Very interesting

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: zurichisstained

am i done here?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: dirte

I don't know any recovering addicts, but I know a lot of dieters that question every bite I take. "You really going to eat that? You know what that does to your metabolism?" "I only eat XXXX"

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: up$et j3\\/\\/

(cue the white trash who criticize blacks for blaming whites for all their problems who do the same thing re: Jews)

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: Non sequitur

Tesla Faces U.S. Criminal Probe Over Musk Statements
Bloomberg News

The Narrative on Tesla Is Changing, Livermore's Neuhauser Says
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Tesla is under investigation by the Justice Department over public statements made by the company and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk, according to two people familiar with the matter, Bloomberg News’ Tom Schoenberg and Matt Robinson report. The criminal probe is running alongside a previously reported civil inquiry by securities regulators.

Federal prosecutors opened a fraud investigation after Musk tweeted last month that he was contemplating taking Tesla private and had “funding secured” for the deal, said the people, who were granted anonymity to discuss a confidential criminal probe.

Tesla didn’t have an immediate comment. Abraham Simmons, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney’s office in San Francisco, declined to comment.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: one note antisemite

It's the same lines jews say when you point out that 99% of the communist leaders were jews

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:28 PM
Author: Sotomayor McCheese

i just bought some the other day and will probably buy more when i cash out of amd

so if its flame we'll burn together brother

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:27 PM
Author: Mormon missionary (not the good kind)

how much of portfolio?

$RAD & $PZZA the first two names that pop in my head as a good place to park a few $K. Love a few biotech and material plays but too risky for this


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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:27 PM
Author: Boichester United

xd

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:27 PM
Author: weird noodlewhore

I use this GOAT anti-hair loss shampoo that is paraben / sulfate / harsh chemical free.

It also has ketoconozole which acts as an anti-androgen in the scalp.

https://amzn.to/2piXnN1

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:27 PM
Author: DICE

people in recovery in the AA sense are definitely like that. they act like they have the only cure and while people drop left and right around them trying to get better using AA they demonize any other modality of recovery and act superior. I can't stand 12 step programs and got myself sober and clean on my own and don't talk about it or discuss it with anyone. it is over and was something I did, didn't define me or doesn't at the present moment and is over with. the aa people obsess about it and make it their identity.

that being said the only other thing more pathetic is someone who has nothing better to do with their time or life other than to compare and try to demonstrate how much better they are than the opiate addict just because they aren't one. to have nothing else going on in your life, that you actually take up head space thinking about that is pretty pathetic. people who do recover def have a sense of empathy and understanding about aspects of life that is usefully and they don't lack the self confidence someone who needs to compare themselves to them do

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:26 PM
Author: Sotomayor McCheese



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:26 PM
Author: cornhusker

He took the long way from Lincoln to Omaha.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:26 PM
Author: Non sequitur

mid email

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:26 PM
Author: Sotomayor McCheese

vegans

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:26 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


not flame?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:26 PM
Author: cornhusker



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:26 PM
Author: :D(5000 mcg B12/wk, 150 mcg iodine/day, 250 mg algal DHA-EPA/day)


name a 20,000 mile trip you've taken

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:25 PM
Author: Sotomayor McCheese

costco

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:25 PM
Author: ESL TM..,..;;.

lolz

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:25 PM
Author: Boichester United

What a fucking 180 life.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:25 PM
Author: cornhusker

:D couldn't find his ass with both hands

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:25 PM
Author: ESL TM..,..;;.

We're not super social but we're not shut-ins either.

"You don't know anything about modern dating or sexual dynamics in the dating market."

Since my knowledge is purely 2nd hand, this is probably true. I've never done online dating and I realize that is what everyone has been doing for many years.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:25 PM
Author: Sotomayor McCheese

you only need to suffer through it until amazon decides to make a play for NFL rights, after which you'll have ads specifically targeted to your purchases during every commercial break.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:25 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


thats just ok for 20 years tbf. but i own that one already

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:24 PM
Author: sic semper tyrannis



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:24 PM
Author: MOOB



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:24 PM
Author: .....,,.....,,.....,,.................,,,

I agree with your sentiment too. Exactly why my principal vehicle for profiting from the Tesla shitshow has been out of the money long dated puts (which spike violently on days like today)

Fundamentally I’m swinging for a home run here though. They owe 11 billion with $1.3 billion of converts maturing in March. They’ve also never not burned a billion dollars of cash in a quarter and only had less than $1bn of unrestricted cash in the bank as of last June.

This feels like a once in a lifetime opportunity and I want major returns here. There is literally no rational argument to support its valuation and innumerable potential catalysts for a sudden drop to like $20 a share

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:24 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


mid drafting session

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:24 PM
Author: BOM

I take trips that are 10s of thousands of miles

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:24 PM
Author: michael doodikoff

he's more of a male model autist, not really a chad

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:24 PM
Author: vonNeumann

Alphabet, the leader in AI and the bringer of the singularity. Hold for 20+ years and you will see 500% or more growth.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:23 PM
Author: weird noodlewhore

Access to free public nude gymnasiums.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:23 PM
Author: chickenalfredo



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:23 PM
Author: one note antisemite

Can't wrap the idea around your yarmulke. I understand, goes against your nature.

Put a jew in a WASP's body and he's still a jew

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:23 PM
Author: BOM



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:23 PM
Author: ESL TM..,..;;.

That should do it too.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:23 PM
Author: \'\'\'\"\"\"\'\'\"

https://imgur.com/a/QRqA4fT

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:23 PM
Author: Raping Terry Gross



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:22 PM
Author: weird noodlewhore

More evidence that chilmata is, along with TCtp and Spaceporn, one of the lowest IQ poasters.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:22 PM
Author: cornhusker

Big Ten Network carries every game

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:22 PM
Author: BOM

Nebraska is in the middle of the country and it’s easy to get anywhere in a couple of hours

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:22 PM
Author: \'\"\"\"\"\'\"

(MAF short nonwhite dork)

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:21 PM
Author: which dad



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:21 PM
Author: weird noodlewhore

LJL. making this my moniker.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:21 PM
Author: :D(5000 mcg B12/wk, 150 mcg iodine/day, 250 mg algal DHA-EPA/day)


USC & UCLA: 1-5

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:21 PM
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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:20 PM
Author: Boichester United



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:20 PM
Author: The DJT USSF INTERGALACTIC JUGGERNAUT

Yea man, plaintiff’s firms usually just front all the litigation expenses, spend years on the case then don’t collect a fee. Totally a thing that happens and not just the fantasy of a MAF geek (you).

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:20 PM
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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:20 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy

Bumping again because this is a part of history that needs to be preserved.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:20 PM
Author: cornhusker

Surprisingly, Nebraska has multiple airports.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:20 PM
Author: sic semper tyrannis

You trying to set her up to get fraud charges?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:20 PM
Author: ~~(>\' \' )>

If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits 88 miles per hour, you're gonna see some serious shit.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:19 PM
Author: Non sequitur

Can Mark Zuckerberg Fix Facebook Before It Breaks Democracy?
The most famous entrepreneur of his generation is facing a public reckoning with the power of Big Tech.
By Evan Osnos

Zuckerberg is at the center of a debate about the moral character of Silicon Valley and the conscience of its leaders.Illustration by Javier Jaén; photograph by David Yellen / Corbis / Getty

At ten o’clock on a weekday morning in August, Mark Zuckerberg, the chairman and C.E.O. of Facebook, opened the front door of his house in Palo Alto, California, wearing the tight smile of obligation. He does not enjoy interviews, especially after two years of ceaseless controversy. Having got his start as a programmer with a nocturnal bent, he is also not a morning person. Walking toward the kitchen, which has a long farmhouse table and cabinets painted forest green, he said, “I haven’t eaten breakfast yet. Have you?”

Since 2011, Zuckerberg has lived in a century-old white clapboard Craftsman in the Crescent Park neighborhood, an enclave of giant oaks and historic homes not far from Stanford University. The house, which cost seven million dollars, affords him a sense of sanctuary. It’s set back from the road, shielded by hedges, a wall, and mature trees. Guests enter through an arched wooden gate and follow a long gravel path to a front lawn with a saltwater pool in the center. The year after Zuckerberg bought the house, he and his longtime girlfriend, Priscilla Chan, held their wedding in the back yard, which encompasses gardens, a pond, and a shaded pavilion. Since then, they have had two children, and acquired a seven-hundred-acre estate in Hawaii, a ski retreat in Montana, and a four-story town house on Liberty Hill, in San Francisco. But the family’s full-time residence is here, a ten-minute drive from Facebook’s headquarters.

Occasionally, Zuckerberg records a Facebook video from the back yard or the dinner table, as is expected of a man who built his fortune exhorting employees to keep “pushing the world in the direction of making it a more open and transparent place.” But his appetite for personal openness is limited. Although Zuckerberg is the most famous entrepreneur of his generation, he remains elusive to everyone but a small circle of family and friends, and his efforts to protect his privacy inevitably attract attention. The local press has chronicled his feud with a developer who announced plans to build a mansion that would look into Zuckerberg’s master bedroom. After a legal fight, the developer gave up, and Zuckerberg spent forty-four million dollars to buy the houses surrounding his. Over the years, he has come to believe that he will always be the subject of criticism. “We’re not—pick your noncontroversial business—selling dog food, although I think that people who do that probably say there is controversy in that, too, but this is an inherently cultural thing,” he told me, of his business. “It’s at the intersection of technology and psychology, and it’s very personal.”

He carried a plate of banana bread and a carafe of water into the living room, and settled onto a navy-blue velvet sofa. Since co-founding Facebook, in 2004, his uniform has evolved from hoodies and flip-flops to his current outfit, a gray sweater, indigo jeans, and black Nikes. At thirty-four, Zuckerberg, who has very fair skin, a tall forehead, and large eyes, is leaner than when he first became a public figure, more than a decade ago. On the porch, next to the front door, he keeps a Peloton stationary bike, a favorite accessory in the tech world, which live-streams a personal trainer to your home. Zuckerberg uses the machine, but he does not love cycling. A few years ago, on his first attempt to use a road bike with racing pedals, he forgot to unclip, tipped over, and broke his arm. Except for cycling on his porch, he said, “I haven’t clipped in since.”

He and his wife prefer board games to television, and, within reach of the couch, I noticed a game called Ricochet Robots. “It gets extremely competitive,” Zuckerberg said. “We play with these friends, and one of them is a genius at this. Playing with him is just infuriating.” Dave Morin, a former Facebook employee who is the founder and C.E.O. of Sunrise Bio, a startup seeking cures for depression, used to play Risk with Zuckerberg at the office. “He’s not playing you in a game of Risk. He’s playing you in a game of games,” Morin told me. “The first game, he might amass all his armies on one property, and the next game he might spread them all over the place. He’s trying to figure out the psychological way to beat you in all the games.”

Across the tech industry, the depth of Zuckerberg’s desire to win is often remarked upon. Dick Costolo, the former C.E.O. of Twitter, told me, “He’s a ruthless execution machine, and if he has decided to come after you, you’re going to take a beating.” Reid Hoffman, the founder of LinkedIn, said, “There are a number of people in the Valley who have a perception of Mark that he’s really aggressive and competitive. I think some people are a little hesitant about him from that perspective.” Hoffman has been an investor in Facebook since its early days, but for a long time he sensed that Zuckerberg kept his distance because they were both building social networks. “For many years, it was, like, ‘Your LinkedIn thing is going to be crushed, so even though we’re friendly, I don’t want to get too close to you personally, because I’m going to crush you.’ Now, of course, that’s behind us and we’re good friends.”

When I asked Zuckerberg about this reputation, he framed the dynamic differently. The survival of any social-media business rests on “network effects,” in which the value of the network grows only by finding new users. As a result, he said, “there’s a natural zero-sumness. If we’re going to achieve what we want to, it’s not just about building the best features. It’s about building the best community.” He added, “I care about succeeding. And, yes, sometimes you have to beat someone to something, in order to get to the next thing. But that’s not primarily the way that I think I roll.”

For many years, Zuckerberg ended Facebook meetings with the half-joking exhortation “Domination!” Although he eventually stopped doing this (in European legal systems, “dominance” refers to corporate monopoly), his discomfort with losing is undimmed. A few years ago, he played Scrabble on a corporate jet with a friend’s daughter, who was in high school at the time. She won. Before they played a second game, he wrote a simple computer program that would look up his letters in the dictionary so that he could choose from all possible words. Zuckerberg’s program had a narrow lead when the flight landed. The girl told me, “During the game in which I was playing the program, everyone around us was taking sides: Team Human and Team Machine.”

If Facebook were a country, it would have the largest population on earth. More than 2.2 billion people, about a third of humanity, log in at least once a month. That user base has no precedent in the history of American enterprise. Fourteen years after it was founded, in Zuckerberg’s dorm room, Facebook has as many adherents as Christianity.

A couple of years ago, the company was still revelling in its power. By collecting vast quantities of information about its users, it allows advertisers to target people with precision—a business model that earns Facebook more ad revenue in a year than all American newspapers combined. Zuckerberg was spending much of his time conferring with heads of state and unveiling plans of fantastical ambition, such as building giant drones that would beam free Internet (including Facebook) into developing countries. He enjoyed extraordinary control over his company; in addition to his positions as chairman and C.E.O., he controlled about sixty per cent of shareholder votes, thanks to a special class of stock with ten times the power of ordinary shares. His personal fortune had grown to more than sixty billion dollars. Facebook was one of four companies (along with Google, Amazon, and Apple) that dominated the Internet; the combined value of their stock is larger than the G.D.P. of France.


“Best of all, he has this wonderful passion for life that he doesn’t expect me to share.”
For years, Facebook had heard concerns about its use of private data and its ability to shape people’s behavior. The company’s troubles came to a head during the Presidential election of 2016, when propagandists used the site to spread misinformation that helped turn society against itself. Some of the culprits were profiteers who gamed Facebook’s automated systems with toxic political clickbait known as “fake news.” In a prime example, at least a hundred Web sites were traced to Veles, Macedonia, a small city where entrepreneurs, some still in high school, discovered that posting fabrications to pro-Donald Trump Facebook groups unleashed geysers of traffic. Fake-news sources also paid Facebook to “microtarget” ads at users who had proved susceptible in the past.

The other culprits, according to U.S. intelligence, were Russian agents who wanted to sow political chaos and help Trump win. In February, Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating Russia’s role in the election, charged thirteen Russians with an “interference operation” that made use of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The Internet Research Agency, a firm in St. Petersburg working for the Kremlin, drew hundreds of thousands of users to Facebook groups optimized to stoke outrage, including Secured Borders, Blacktivist, and Defend the 2nd. They used Facebook to organize offline rallies, and bought Facebook ads intended to hurt Hillary Clinton’s standing among Democratic voters. (One read “Hillary Clinton Doesn’t Deserve the Black Vote.”) With fewer than a hundred operatives, the I.R.A. achieved an astonishing impact: Facebook estimates that the content reached as many as a hundred and fifty million users.

At the same time, former Facebook executives, echoing a growing body of research, began to voice misgivings about the company’s role in exacerbating isolation, outrage, and addictive behaviors. One of the largest studies, published last year in the American Journal of Epidemiology, followed the Facebook use of more than five thousand people over three years and found that higher use correlated with self-reported declines in physical health, mental health, and life satisfaction. At an event in November, 2017, Sean Parker, Facebook’s first president, called himself a “conscientious objector” to social media, saying, “God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains.” A few days later, Chamath Palihapitiya, the former vice-president of user growth, told an audience at Stanford, “The short-term, dopamine-driven feedback loops that we have created are destroying how society works—no civil discourse, no coöperation, misinformation, mistruth.” Palihapitiya, a prominent Silicon Valley figure who worked at Facebook from 2007 to 2011, said, “I feel tremendous guilt. I think we all knew in the back of our minds.” Of his children, he added, “They’re not allowed to use this shit.” (Facebook replied to the remarks in a statement, noting that Palihapitiya had left six years earlier, and adding, “Facebook was a very different company back then.”)

In March, Facebook was confronted with an even larger scandal: the Times and the British newspaper the Observer reported that a researcher had gained access to the personal information of Facebook users and sold it to Cambridge Analytica, a consultancy hired by Trump and other Republicans which advertised using “psychographic” techniques to manipulate voter behavior. In all, the personal data of eighty-seven million people had been harvested. Moreover, Facebook had known of the problem since December of 2015 but had said nothing to users or regulators. The company acknowledged the breach only after the press discovered it.

The Cambridge Analytica revelations touched off the most serious crisis in Facebook’s history, and, with it, a public reckoning with the power of Big Tech. Facebook is now under investigation by the F.B.I., the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice, and the Federal Trade Commission, as well as by authorities abroad, from London to Brussels to Sydney. Facebook’s peers and rivals have expressed conspicuously little sympathy. Elon Musk deleted his Facebook pages and those of his companies, Tesla and SpaceX. Tim Cook, the C.E.O. of Apple, told an interviewer, “We could make a ton of money if we monetized our customer,” but “we’ve elected not to do that.” At Facebook’s annual shareholder meeting, in May, executives struggled to keep order. An investor who interrupted the agenda to argue against Zuckerberg’s renomination as chairman was removed. Outside, an airplane flew a banner that read “you broke democracy.” It was paid for by Freedom from Facebook, a coalition of progressive groups that have asked the F.T.C. to break up the company into smaller units.

On July 25th, Facebook’s stock price dropped nineteen per cent, cutting its market value by a hundred and nineteen billion dollars, the largest one-day drop in Wall Street history. Nick Bilton, a technology writer at Vanity Fair, tweeted that Zuckerberg was losing $2.7 million per second, “double what the average American makes in an entire lifetime.” Facebook’s user base had flatlined in the U.S. and Canada, and dropped slightly in Europe, and executives warned that revenue growth would decline further, in part because the scandals had led users to opt out of allowing Facebook to collect some data. Facebook depends on trust, and the events of the past two years had made people wonder whether the company deserved it.

Zuckerberg’s friends describe his travails as a by-product of his success. He is often compared to another Harvard dropout, Bill Gates, who has been his mentor in business and philanthropy. Gates told me, “Somebody who is smart, and rich, and ends up not acknowledging problems as quickly as they should will be attacked as arrogant. That comes with the territory.” He added, “I wouldn’t say that Mark’s an arrogant individual.” But, to critics, Facebook is guilty of a willful blindness driven by greed, naïveté, and contempt for oversight.

In a series of conversations over the summer, I talked to Zuckerberg about Facebook’s problems, and about his underlying views on technology and society. We spoke at his home, at his office, and by phone. I also interviewed four dozen people inside and outside the company about its culture, his performance, and his decision-making. I found Zuckerberg straining, not always coherently, to grasp problems for which he was plainly unprepared. These are not technical puzzles to be cracked in the middle of the night but some of the subtlest aspects of human affairs, including the meaning of truth, the limits of free speech, and the origins of violence.

Zuckerberg is now at the center of a full-fledged debate about the moral character of Silicon Valley and the conscience of its leaders. Leslie Berlin, a historian of technology at Stanford, told me, “For a long time, Silicon Valley enjoyed an unencumbered embrace in America. And now everyone says, Is this a trick? And the question Mark Zuckerberg is dealing with is: Should my company be the arbiter of truth and decency for two billion people? Nobody in the history of technology has dealt with that.”

Facebook’s headquarters, at 1 Hacker Way, in Menlo Park, overlooking the salt marshes south of San Francisco, has the feel of a small, prosperous dictatorship, akin to Kuwait or Brunei. The campus is a self-contained universe, with the full range of free Silicon Valley perks: dry cleaning, haircuts, music lessons, and food by the acre, including barbecue, biryani, and salad bars. (New arrivals are said to put on the “Facebook fifteen.”) Along with stock options and generous benefits, such trappings have roots in the nineteen-seventies, when, Leslie Berlin said, founders aspired to create pleasant workplaces and stave off the rise of labor unions. The campus, which was designed with the help of consultants from Disney, is arranged as an ersatz town that encircles a central plaza, with shops and restaurants and offices along a main street. From the air, the word “hack” is visible in gigantic letters on the plaza pavement.

On Zuckerberg’s campus, he is king. Executives offer fulsome praise. David Marcus, who runs Facebook’s blockchain project, told me recently, “When I see him portrayed in certain ways, it really hurts me personally, because it’s not the guy he is.” Even when colleagues speak more candidly, on the whole they like him. “He’s not an asshole,” a former senior executive told me. “That’s why people work there so long.”

Before I visited Zuckerberg for the first time, in June, members of his staff offered the kind of advice usually reserved for approaching a skittish bird: proceed gingerly, build a connection, avoid surprises. The advice, I discovered, wasn’t necessary. In person, he is warmer and more direct than his public pronouncements, which resemble a politician’s bland pablum, would suggest. The contrast between the public and the private Zuckerberg reminded me of Hillary Clinton. In both cases, friends complain that the popular image is divorced from the casual, funny, generous person they know. Yet neither Zuckerberg nor Clinton has found a way to publicly express a more genuine persona. In Zuckerberg’s case, moments of self-reflection are so rare that, last spring, following a CNN interview in which he said that he wanted to build a company that “my girls are going to grow up and be proud of me for,” the network framed the clip as a news event, with the title “Zuckerberg in rare emotional moment.”

I asked Zuckerberg about his aversion to opening up.“I’m not the most polished person, and I will say something wrong, and you see the cost of that,” he said. “I don’t want to inflict that pain, or do something that’s going to not reflect well on the people around me.” In the most recent flap, a few weeks earlier, he had told Kara Swisher, the host of the “Recode Decode” podcast, that he permits Holocaust deniers on Facebook because he isn’t sure if they are “intentionally getting it wrong.” After a furor erupted, he issued a statement saying that he finds Holocaust denial “deeply offensive.” Zuckerberg told me, “In an alternate world where there weren’t the compounding experiences that I had, I probably would have gotten more comfortable being more personal, and out there, and I wouldn’t have felt pushback every time I did something. And maybe my persona, or at least how I felt comfortable acting publicly, would shift.”

The downside of Zuckerberg’s exalted status within his company is that it is difficult for him to get genuine, unexpurgated feedback. He has tried, at times, to puncture his own bubble. In 2013, as a New Year’s resolution, he pledged to meet someone new, outside Facebook, every day. In 2017, he travelled to more than thirty states on a “listening tour” that he hoped would better acquaint him with the outside world. David Plouffe, President Obama’s former campaign manager, who is now the head of policy and advocacy at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, the family’s philanthropic investment company, attended some events on the tour. He told me, “When a politician goes to one of those, it’s an hour, and they’re talking for fifty of those minutes. He would talk for, like, five, and just ask questions.”

But the exercise came off as stilted and tone-deaf. Zuckerberg travelled with a professional photographer, who documented him feeding a calf in Wisconsin, ordering barbecue, and working on an assembly line at a Ford plant in Michigan. Online, people joked that the photos made him look like an extraterrestrial exploring the human race for the first time. A former Facebook executive who was involved in the tour told a friend, “No one wanted to tell Mark, and no one did tell Mark, that this really looks just dumb.”

Zuckerberg has spent nearly half his life inside a company of his own making, handpicking his lieutenants, and sculpting his environment to suit him. Even Facebook’s signature royal blue reflects his tastes. He is red-green color-blind, and he chose blue because he sees it most vividly. Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer, told me, “Sometimes Mark will say, in front of the company, ‘Well, I’ve never worked anywhere else, but Sheryl tells me . . .’ ” She went on, “He acknowledges he doesn’t always have the most experience. He’s only had the experience he’s had, and being Mark Zuckerberg is pretty extraordinary.”

Long before it seemed inevitable or even plausible, Mark Elliot Zuckerberg had an outsized sense of his own potential. It was “a teleological frame of feeling almost chosen,” a longtime friend told me. “I think Mark has always seen himself as a man of history, someone who is destined to be great, and I mean that in the broadest sense of the term.” Zuckerberg has observed that more than a few giants of history grew up in bourgeois comfort near big cities and then channelled those advantages into transformative power.

In Zuckerberg’s case, the setting was Dobbs Ferry, New York, a Westchester County suburb twenty-five miles north of New York City. His mother, Karen Kempner, grew up in Queens; on a blind date, she met a mailman’s son, Edward Zuckerberg, of Flatbush, who was studying to be a dentist. They married and had four children. Mark, the only boy, was the second-oldest. His mother, who had become a psychiatrist, eventually gave up her career to take care of the kids and manage the dental office, which was connected to the family home. Of his father, Zuckerberg told me, “He was a dentist, but he was also a huge techie. So he always had not just a system for drilling teeth but, like, the laser system for drilling teeth that was controlled by the computer.” Ed Zuckerberg marketed himself as the Painless Dr. Z, and later drummed up dentistry business with a direct-mail solicitation that declared, “I am literally the Father of Facebook!” (Since 2013, Zuckerberg’s parents have lived in California, where Ed practices part time and lectures on using social media to attract patients.)


In the nineteen-eighties and nineties, Ed bought early personal computers—the Atari 800, the I.B.M. XT—and Mark learned to code. At twelve, he set up his first network, ZuckNet, on which messages and files could be shared between the house and his father’s dental office. Rabbi David Holtz, of Temple Beth Abraham, in Tarrytown, told me that he watched Zuckerberg with other kids and sensed that he was “beyond a lot of his peers. He was thinking about things that other people were not.” When I asked Zuckerberg where his drive came from, he traced it to his grandparents, who had immigrated from Europe in the early twentieth century. “They came over, went through the Great Depression, had very hard lives,” he said. “Their dream for their kids was that they would each become doctors, which they did, and my mom just always believed that we should have a bigger impact.” His eldest sister, Randi, an early Facebook spokesperson, has gone on to write books and host a radio show; Donna received her Ph.D. in classics from Princeton and edits an online classics journal; Arielle has worked at Google and as a venture capitalist.

When Zuckerberg was a junior in high school, he transferred to Phillips Exeter Academy, where he spent most of his time coding, fencing, and studying Latin. Ancient Rome became a lifelong fascination, first because of the language (“It’s very much like coding or math, and so I appreciated that”) and then because of the history. Zuckerberg told me, “You have all these good and bad and complex figures. I think Augustus is one of the most fascinating. Basically, through a really harsh approach, he established two hundred years of world peace.” For non-classics majors: Augustus Caesar, born in 63 B.C., staked his claim to power at the age of eighteen and turned Rome from a republic into an empire by conquering Egypt, northern Spain, and large parts of central Europe. He also eliminated political opponents, banished his daughter for promiscuity, and was suspected of arranging the execution of his grandson.

“What are the trade-offs in that?” Zuckerberg said, growing animated. “On the one hand, world peace is a long-term goal that people talk about today. Two hundred years feels unattainable.” On the other hand, he said, “that didn’t come for free, and he had to do certain things.” In 2012, Zuckerberg and Chan spent their honeymoon in Rome. He later said, “My wife was making fun of me, saying she thought there were three people on the honeymoon: me, her, and Augustus. All the photos were different sculptures of Augustus.” The couple named their second daughter August.

In 2002, Zuckerberg went to Harvard, where he embraced the hacker mystique, which celebrates brilliance in pursuit of disruption. “The ‘fuck you’ to those in power was very strong,” the longtime friend said. In 2004, as a sophomore, he embarked on the project whose origin story is now well known: the founding of Thefacebook.com with four fellow-students (“the” was dropped the following year); the legal battles over ownership, including a suit filed by twin brothers, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, accusing Zuckerberg of stealing their idea; the disclosure of embarrassing messages in which Zuckerberg mocked users for giving him so much data (“they ‘trust me.’ dumb fucks,” he wrote); his regrets about those remarks, and his efforts, in the years afterward, to convince the world that he has left that mind-set behind.

During Zuckerberg’s sophomore year, in line for the bathroom at a party, he met Priscilla Chan, who was a freshman. Her parents, who traced their roots to China, had grown up in Vietnam and arrived in the U.S. as refugees after the war, settling in Quincy, Massachusetts, where they washed dishes in a Chinese restaurant. Priscilla was the eldest of three daughters, and the first member of her family to go to college. “I suddenly go to Harvard, where there’s this world where people had real and meaningful intellectual pursuits,” she said. “Then I met Mark, who so exemplified that.” She was struck by how little Zuckerberg’s background had in common with her own. “Fifty per cent of people go to college from the high school I went to. You could learn how to be a carpenter or a mechanic,” she said. “I was just, like, ‘This person speaks a whole new language and lives in a framework that I’ve never seen before.’ ” She added, “Maybe there was some judgment on my part: ‘You don’t understand me because you went to Phillips Exeter,’ ” but, she said, “I had to realize early on that I was not going to change who Mark was.” After Harvard, Chan taught in a primary school and eventually became a pediatrician. In 2017, she stopped seeing patients to be the day-to-day head of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. When I asked Chan about how Zuckerberg had responded at home to the criticism of the past two years, she talked to me about Sitzfleisch, the German term for sitting and working for long periods of time. “He’d actually sit so long that he froze up his muscles and injured his hip,” she said.

After his sophomore year, Zuckerberg moved to Palo Alto and never left. Even by the standards of Silicon Valley, Facebook’s first office had a youthful feel. Zuckerberg carried two sets of business cards. One said “I’m CEO . . . bitch!” Visitors encountered a graffiti mural of a scantily clad woman riding a Rottweiler. In Adam Fisher’s “Valley of Genius,” an oral history of Silicon Valley, an early employee named Ezra Callahan muses, “ ‘How much was the direction of the internet influenced by the perspective of nineteen-, twenty-, twenty-one-year-old well-off white boys?’ That’s a real question that sociologists will be studying forever.”

Facebook was fortunate to launch when it did: Silicon Valley was recovering from the dot-com bust and was entering a period of near-messianic ambitions. The Internet was no longer so new that users were scarce, but still new enough that it was largely unregulated; first movers could amass vast followings and consolidate power, and the coming rise of inexpensive smartphones would bring millions of new people online. Most important, Facebook capitalized on a resource that most people hardly knew existed: the willingness of users to subsidize the company by handing over colossal amounts of personal information, for free.

In Facebook, Zuckerberg had found the instrument to achieve his conception of greatness. His onetime speechwriter Katherine Losse, in her memoir, “The Boy Kings,” explained that the “engineering ideology of Facebook” was clear: “Scaling and growth are everything, individuals and their experiences are secondary to what is necessary to maximize the system.” Over time, Facebook devoted ever-greater focus to what is known in Silicon Valley as “growth hacking,” the constant pursuit of scale. Whenever the company talked about “connecting people,” that was, in effect, code for user growth.

Then, in 2007, growth plateaued at around fifty million users and wouldn’t budge. Other social networks had maxed out at around that level, and Facebook employees wondered if they had hit a hidden limit. Zuckerberg created a special Growth Team, which had broad latitude to find ways of boosting the numbers. Among other fixes, they discovered that, by offering the site in more languages, they could open huge markets. Alex Schultz, a founding member of the Growth Team, said that he and his colleagues were fanatical in their pursuit of expansion. “You will fight for that inch, you will die for that inch,” he told me. Facebook left no opportunity untapped. In 2011, the company asked the Federal Election Commission for an exemption to rules requiring the source of funding for political ads to be disclosed. In filings, a Facebook lawyer argued that the agency “should not stand in the way of innovation.”

Sandy Parakilas, who joined Facebook in 2011, as an operations manager, paraphrased the message of his orientation session as “We believe in the religion of growth.” He said, “The Growth Team was the coolest. Other teams would even try to call subgroups within their teams the ‘Growth X’ or the ‘Growth Y’ to try to get people excited.”

To gain greater reach, Facebook had made the fateful decision to become a “platform” for outside developers, much as Windows had been in the realm of desktop computers, a generation before. The company had opened its trove of data to programmers who wanted to build Facebook games, personality tests, and other apps. After a few months at Facebook, Parakilas was put in charge of a team responsible for making sure that outsiders were not misusing the data, and he was unnerved by what he found. Some games were siphoning off users’ messages and photographs. In one case, he said, a developer was harvesting user information, including that of children, to create unauthorized profiles on its own Web site. Facebook had given away data before it had a system to check for abuse. Parakilas suggested that there be an audit to uncover the scale of the problem. But, according to Parakilas, an executive rejected the idea, telling him, “Do you really want to see what you’ll find?”

Parakilas told me, “It was very difficult to get the kind of resources that you needed to do a good job of insuring real compliance. Meanwhile, you looked at the Growth Team and they had engineers coming out of their ears. All the smartest minds are focussed on doing whatever they can possibly do to get those growth numbers up.”

New hires learned that a crucial measure of the company’s performance was how many people had logged in to Facebook on six of the previous seven days, a measurement known as L6/7. “You could say it’s how many people love this service so much they use it six out of seven days,” Parakilas, who left the company in 2012, said. “But, if your job is to get that number up, at some point you run out of good, purely positive ways. You start thinking about ‘Well, what are the dark patterns that I can use to get people to log back in?’ ”

Facebook engineers became a new breed of behaviorists, tweaking levers of vanity and passion and susceptibility. The real-world effects were striking. In 2012, when Chan was in medical school, she and Zuckerberg discussed a critical shortage of organs for transplant, inspiring Zuckerberg to add a small, powerful nudge on Facebook: if people indicated that they were organ donors, it triggered a notification to friends, and, in turn, a cascade of social pressure. Researchers later found that, on the first day the feature appeared, it increased official organ-donor enrollment more than twentyfold nationwide.

Sean Parker later described the company’s expertise as “exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology.” The goal: “How do we consume as much of your time and conscious attention as possible?” Facebook engineers discovered that people find it nearly impossible not to log in after receiving an e-mail saying that someone has uploaded a picture of them. Facebook also discovered its power to affect people’s political behavior. Researchers found that, during the 2010 midterm elections, Facebook was able to prod users to vote simply by feeding them pictures of friends who had already voted, and by giving them the option to click on an “I Voted” button. The technique boosted turnout by three hundred and forty thousand people—more than four times the number of votes separating Trump and Clinton in key states in the 2016 race. It became a running joke among employees that Facebook could tilt an election just by choosing where to deploy its “I Voted” button.

These powers of social engineering could be put to dubious purposes. In 2012, Facebook data scientists used nearly seven hundred thousand people as guinea pigs, feeding them happy or sad posts to test whether emotion is contagious on social media. (They concluded that it is.) When the findings were published, in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, they caused an uproar among users, many of whom were horrified that their emotions may have been surreptitiously manipulated. In an apology, one of the scientists wrote, “In hindsight, the research benefits of the paper may not have justified all of this anxiety.”

Facebook was, in the words of Tristan Harris, a former design ethicist at Google, becoming a pioneer in “persuasive technology.” He explained, “A hammer, in your hand, is non-persuasive—it doesn’t have its own ways of manipulating the person that holds it. But Facebook and Snapchat, in their design features, are persuading a teen-ager to wake up and see photo after photo after photo of their friends having fun without them, even if it makes them feel worse.” In 2015, Harris delivered a talk at Facebook about his concern that social media was contributing to alienation. “I said, ‘You guys are in the best position in the world to deal with loneliness and see it as a thing that you are amplifying and a thing that you can help make go the other way,’ ” he told me. “They didn’t do anything about it.” He added, “My points were in their blind spot.”

As Facebook grew, Zuckerberg and his executives adopted a core belief: even if people criticized your decisions, they would eventually come around. In one of the first demonstrations of that idea, in 2006, Facebook introduced the News Feed, a feature that suddenly alerted friends whenever a user changed profile pictures, joined groups, or altered a relationship status. (Until then, users had to visit a friend’s page to see updates.) Users revolted. There was a street protest at the headquarters, and hundreds of thousands of people joined a Facebook group opposing the change. Zuckerberg posted a tepid apology (“Calm down. Breathe. We hear you.”), and people got used to the feed.


“And you can also see Rodin’s lesser-known ‘The WhatchaThinkinBout-er.’ ”
“A lot of the early experience for me was just having people really not believe that what we were going to do was going to work,” Zuckerberg told me. “If you think about the early narratives, it was, like, ‘Well, this was just a college thing.’ Or ‘It’s not gonna be a big deal.’ Or ‘O.K., other people are using it, but it’s kind of a fad. There’s Friendster and there’s MySpace, and there will be something after,’ or whatever.” He added, “I feel like it really tests you emotionally to have constant doubt, and the assertion that you don’t know what you are doing.”

In 2006, Zuckerberg made his most unpopular decision at the fledgling company. Yahoo was offering a billion dollars to buy Facebook and, as Matt Cohler, a top aide at the time, recalls, “Our growth had stalled out.” Cohler and many others implored Zuckerberg to take the offer, but he refused. “I think nearly all of his leadership team lost faith in him and in the business,” Cohler said. Zuckerberg told me that most of his leadership “left within eighteen months. Some of them I had to fire because it was just too dysfunctional. It just completely blew up. But the thing that I learned from that is, if you stick with your values and with what you believe you want to be doing in the world, you can get through. Sometimes it will take some time, and you have to rebuild, but that’s a pretty powerful lesson.”

On several occasions, Zuckerberg stumbled when it came to issues of privacy. In 2007, Facebook started giving advertisers a chance to buy into a program called Beacon, which would announce to a user’s friends what that user was browsing for, or buying, online. Users could opt out, but many had no idea that the feature existed until it revealed upcoming holiday gifts, or, in some cases, exposed extramarital affairs. Zuckerberg apologized (“We simply did a bad job with this release, and I apologize for it,” he wrote), and Beacon was withdrawn.

Despite the apology, Zuckerberg was convinced that he was ahead of his users, not at odds with them. In 2010, he said that privacy was no longer a “social norm.” That year, the company found itself in trouble again after it revised its privacy controls to make most information public by default. The Federal Trade Commission cited Facebook for “engaging in unfair and deceptive practices” with regard to the privacy of user data. The company signed a consent decree pledging to establish a “comprehensive privacy program” and to evaluate it every other year for twenty years. In a post, Zuckerberg offered a qualified apology: “I think that a small number of high profile mistakes . . . have often overshadowed much of the good work we’ve done.”

Facebook had adopted a buccaneering motto, “Move fast and break things,” which celebrated the idea that it was better to be flawed and first than careful and perfect. Andrew Bosworth, a former Harvard teaching assistant who is now one of Zuckerberg’s longest-serving lieutenants and a member of his inner circle, explained, “A failure can be a form of success. It’s not the form you want, but it can be a useful thing to how you learn.” In Zuckerberg’s view, skeptics were often just fogies and scolds. “There’s always someone who wants to slow you down,” he said in a commencement address at Harvard last year. “In our society, we often don’t do big things because we’re so afraid of making mistakes that we ignore all the things wrong today if we do nothing. The reality is, anything we do will have issues in the future. But that can’t keep us from starting.”

Zuckerberg’s disregard for criticism entered a more emphatic phase in 2010, with the release of the movie “The Social Network,” an account of Facebook’s early years, written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by David Fincher. Some of the film was fictionalized. It presented Zuckerberg’s motivation largely as a desire to meet girls, even though, in real life, he was dating Priscilla Chan for most of the time period covered in the movie. But other elements cut close to the truth, including the depiction of his juvenile bravado and the early feuds over ownership. Zuckerberg and Facebook had chosen not to be involved in the production, and the portrayal was unflattering. Zuckerberg, played by Jesse Eisenberg, is cocksure and cold, and the real Zuckerberg found the depiction hurtful. “First impressions matter a lot, and for a lot of people that was their introduction to me,” he told me. “My reaction to this, to all these things, is primarily that I perceive it through the employees.” His concern was less about how people would think of him, he said, than about “how is our company, how are our employees—these people I work with and care so much about—how are they going to process this?”

Before the movie came out, Facebook executives debated how to respond. Zuckerberg settled on a stance of effortful good cheer, renting a movie theatre to screen it for the staff. Eight years later, Facebook executives still mention what they call, resentfully, “the movie.” Sandberg, who is the company’s second most important public figure, and one of Zuckerberg’s most ardent defenders, told me, “From its facts to its essence to its portrayal, I think that was a very unfair picture. I still think it forms the basis of a lot of what people believe about Mark.”

While the movie contributed to the fortress mentality on campus, Zuckerberg made a series of decisions that solidified his confidence in his instincts. In 2012, he paid a billion dollars for Instagram, the photo-sharing service, which at the time had only thirteen employees. Outside the industry, the startup appeared wildly overpriced, but it proved to be one of the best investments in the history of the Internet. (Today, Instagram is valued at more than a hundred times what Zuckerberg paid for it, and, even more important, it is popular with young people, a cohort that shows declining interest in Facebook.) That spring, Facebook went public on the Nasdaq, at a valuation of a hundred and four billion dollars. There were technical glitches on the day of the listing, and many people doubted that the company could earn enough money to justify the valuation. The share price promptly sank. The Wall Street Journal called the I.P.O. a “fiasco,” and shareholders sued Facebook and Zuckerberg. “We got a ton of criticism,” he recalled. “Our market cap got cut in half. But what I felt was, we were at a sufficient skill and complexity that it was going to take a couple years to work through the problem, but I had strong conviction that we were doing the right thing.” (Even with its recent plunge, the value of Facebook stock has more than quadrupled in the years since.)

Zuckerberg was happy to make sharp turns to achieve his aims. In 2011, when users started moving from desktop computers to phones, Facebook swerved toward mobile technology. Zuckerberg told employees that he would kick them out of his office if their ideas did not account for the transition. “Within a month, you literally can’t meet with Mark if you’re not bringing him a mobile product,” Bosworth recalled.

In 2014, as problems accumulated, Facebook changed its motto, “Move fast and break things,” to the decidedly less glamorous “Move fast with stable infrastructure.” Still, internally, much of the original spirit endured, and the push for haste began to take a toll in the offline world. In early 2016, Zuckerberg directed employees to accelerate the release of Facebook Live, a video-streaming service, and expanded its team of engineers from twelve to more than a hundred. When the product emerged, two months later, so did unforeseen issues: the service let users flag videos as inappropriate, but it didn’t give them a way to indicate where in a broadcast the problem appeared. As a result, Facebook Live videos of people committing suicide, or engaged in criminal activity, started circulating before reviewers had time to race through, find the issues, and take the videos down. A few months after the service launched, a Chicago man named Antonio Perkins was fatally shot on Facebook Live and the video was viewed hundreds of thousands of times.

The incident might have served as a warning to slow down, but, instead, the next day, Bosworth sent around a remarkable internal memo justifying some of Facebook’s “ugly” physical and social effects as the trade-offs necessary for growth: “Maybe it costs a life by exposing someone to bullies. Maybe someone dies in a terrorist attack coordinated on our tools. And still we connect people. The ugly truth is that we believe in connecting people so deeply that anything that allows us to connect more people more often is *de facto* good.”

This spring, after the memo leaked to BuzzFeed, Bosworth said that he had been playing devil’s advocate, and Zuckerberg issued a statement: “Boz is a talented leader who says many provocative things. This was one that most people at Facebook including myself disagreed with strongly. We’ve never believed the ends justify the means.”

Zuckerberg was also experimenting with philanthropy. In 2010, shortly before the release of “The Social Network,” he made a high-profile gift. Appearing onstage at “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” along with Chris Christie, the governor of New Jersey, and Cory Booker, the mayor of Newark, he announced a hundred-million-dollar donation to help Newark’s struggling public-school system. The project quickly encountered opposition from local groups that saw it as out of touch, and, eight years later, it’s generally considered a failure. In May, Ras Baraka, Newark’s mayor, said of the donation, “You can’t just cobble up a bunch of money and drop it in the middle of the street and say, ‘This is going to fix everything.’ ”

For all the criticism, the project has produced some measurable improvements. A Harvard study found greater gains in English than the state average, and a study by MarGrady Research, an education-policy group, found that high-school graduation rates and over-all student enrollment in Newark have risen since the donation. Zuckerberg emphasizes those results, even as he acknowledges flaws in his approach. “Your earning potential is dramatically higher if you graduate from high school versus not. That part of it, I think, is the part that worked and it was effective,” he said. “There were a bunch of other things that we tried that either were much harder than we thought or just didn’t work.” Strategies that helped him in business turned out to hurt him in education reform. “I think in a lot of philanthropy and government-related work, if you try five things and a few of them fail, then the ones that fail are going to get a lot of the attention,” he said.

In 2015, Zuckerberg and Chan pledged to spend ninety-nine per cent of their Facebook fortune “to advance human potential and promote equality for all children in the next generation.” They created the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, a limited-liability company that gives to charity, invests in for-profit companies, and engages in political advocacy. David Plouffe said that the lessons of the Newark investment shaped the initiative’s perspective. “I think the lesson was, you have to do this in full partnership with the community, not just the leaders,” he said. “You need to have enthusiastic buy-in from superintendents, and teachers, and parents.”

In contrast to a traditional foundation, an L.L.C. can lobby and give money to politicians, without as strict a legal requirement to disclose activities. In other words, rather than trying to win over politicians and citizens in places like Newark, Zuckerberg and Chan could help elect politicians who agree with them, and rally the public directly by running ads and supporting advocacy groups. (A spokesperson for C.Z.I. said that it has given no money to candidates; it has supported ballot initiatives through a 501(c)(4) social-welfare organization.) “The whole point of the L.L.C. structure is to allow a coördinated attack,” Rob Reich, a co-director of Stanford’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, told me. The structure has gained popularity in Silicon Valley but has been criticized for allowing wealthy individuals to orchestrate large-scale social agendas behind closed doors. Reich said, “There should be much greater transparency, so that it’s not dark. That’s not a criticism of Mark Zuckerberg. It’s a criticism of the law.”

In 2016, Zuckerberg announced, onstage and in a Facebook post, his intention to “help cure all disease in our children’s lifetime.” That was partly bluster: C.Z.I. is working on a slightly more realistic agenda, to “cure, prevent or manage all diseases.” The theatrics irritated some in the philanthropy world who thought that Zuckerberg’s presentation minimized the challenges, but, in general, scientists have applauded the ambition. When I asked Zuckerberg about the reception of the project, he said, “It’s funny, when I talk to people here in the Valley, you get a couple of reactions. A bunch of people have the reaction of ‘Oh, that’s obviously going to happen on its own—why don’t you just spend your time doing something else?’ And then a bunch of people have the reaction of ‘Oh, that seems almost impossible—why are you setting your sights so high?’ ”

Characteristically, Zuckerberg favors the optimistic scenario. “On average, every year for the last eighty years or so, I think, life expectancy has gone up by about a quarter of a year. And, if you believe that technological and scientific progress is not going to slow, there is a potential upside to speeding that up,” he said. “We’re going to get to a point where the life expectancy implied by extrapolating that out will mean that we’ll basically have been able to manage or cure all of the major things that people suffer from and die from today. Based on the data that we already see, it seems like there’s a reasonable shot.”


“Would you like to try them out?”
I asked Bill Gates, whose private foundation is the largest in the U.S., about Zuckerberg’s objectives. “There are aspirations and then there are plans,” he said. “And plans vary in terms of their degree of realism and concreteness.” He added that Zuckerberg’s long-range goal is “very safe, because you will not be around to write the article saying that he overcommitted.”

As Facebook expanded, so did its blind spots. The company’s financial future relies partly on growth in developing countries, but the platform has been a powerful catalyst of violence in fragile parts of the globe. In India, the largest market for Facebook’s WhatsApp service, hoaxes have triggered riots, lynchings, and fatal beatings. Local officials resorted to shutting down the Internet sixty-five times last year. In Libya, people took to Facebook to trade weapons, and armed groups relayed the locations of targets for artillery strikes. In Sri Lanka, after a Buddhist mob attacked Muslims this spring over a false rumor, a Presidential adviser told the Times, “The germs are ours, but Facebook is the wind.”

Nowhere has the damage been starker than in Myanmar, where the Rohingya Muslim minority has been subject to brutal killings, gang rapes, and torture. In 2012, around one per cent of the country’s population had access to the Internet. Three years later, that figure had reached twenty-five per cent. Phones often came preloaded with the Facebook app, and Buddhist extremists seeking to inflame ethnic tensions with the Rohingya mastered the art of misinformation. Wirathu, a monk with a large Facebook following, sparked a deadly riot against Muslims in 2014 when he shared a fake report of a rape and warned of a “Jihad against us.” Others gamed Facebook’s rules against hate speech by fanning paranoia about demographic change. Although Muslims make up no more than five per cent of the country, a popular graphic appearing on Facebook cautioned that “when Muslims become the most powerful” they will offer “Islam or the sword.”

Beginning in 2013, a series of experts on Myanmar met with Facebook officials to warn them that it was fuelling attacks on the Rohingya. David Madden, an entrepreneur based in Myanmar, delivered a presentation to officials at the Menlo Park headquarters, pointing out that the company was playing a role akin to that of the radio broadcasts that spread hatred during the Rwandan genocide. In 2016, C4ADS, a Washington-based nonprofit, published a detailed analysis of Facebook usage in Myanmar, and described a “campaign of hate speech that actively dehumanizes Muslims.” Facebook officials said that they were hiring more Burmese-language reviewers to take down dangerous content, but the company repeatedly declined to say how many had actually been hired. By last March, the situation had become dire: almost a million Rohingya had fled the country, and more than a hundred thousand were confined to internal camps. The United Nations investigator in charge of examining the crisis, which the U.N. has deemed a genocide, said, “I’m afraid that Facebook has now turned into a beast, and not what it was originally intended.” Afterward, when pressed, Zuckerberg repeated the claim that Facebook was “hiring dozens” of additional Burmese-language content reviewers.

More than three months later, I asked Jes Kaliebe Petersen, the C.E.O. of Phandeeyar, a tech hub in Myanmar, if there had been any progress. “We haven’t seen any tangible change from Facebook,” he told me. “We don’t know how much content is being reported. We don’t know how many people at Facebook speak Burmese. The situation is getting worse and worse here.”

I saw Zuckerberg the following morning, and asked him what was taking so long. He replied, “I think, fundamentally, we’ve been slow at the same thing in a number of areas, because it’s actually the same problem. But, yeah, I think the situation in Myanmar is terrible.” It was a frustrating and evasive reply. I asked him to specify the problem. He said, “Across the board, the solution to this is we need to move from what is fundamentally a reactive model to a model where we are using technical systems to flag things to a much larger number of people who speak all the native languages around the world and who can just capture much more of the content.”

I told him that people in Myanmar are incredulous that a company with Facebook’s resources has failed to heed their complaints. “We’re taking this seriously,” he said. “You can’t just snap your fingers and solve these problems. It takes time to hire the people and train them, and to build the systems that can flag stuff for them.” He promised that Facebook would have “a hundred or more Burmese-speaking people by the end of the year,” and added, “I hate that we’re in this position where we are not moving as quickly as we would like.” A few weeks after our conversation, Facebook announced that it was banning Myanmar’s Army chief and several other military officials.

Over the years, Zuckerberg had come to see his ability to reject complaints as a virtue. But, by 2016, that stance had primed the company for a crisis. Tristan Harris, the design ethicist, said, “When you’re running anything like Facebook, you get criticized all the time, and you just stop paying attention to criticism if a lot of it is not well founded. You learn to treat it as naïve and uninformed.” He went on, “The problem is it also puts you out of touch with genuine criticism from people who actually understand the issues.”

The 2016 election was supposed to be good for Facebook. That January, Sheryl Sandberg told investors that the election would be “a big deal in terms of ad spend,” comparable to the Super Bowl and the World Cup. According to Borrell Associates, a research and consulting firm, candidates and other political groups were on track to spend $1.4 billion online in the election, up ninefold from four years earlier.

Facebook offered to “embed” employees, for free, in Presidential campaign offices to help them use the platform effectively. Clinton’s campaign said no. Trump’s said yes, and Facebook employees helped his campaign craft messages. Although Trump’s language was openly hostile to ethnic minorities, inside Facebook his behavior felt, to some executives, like just part of the distant cesspool of Washington. Americans always seemed to be choosing between a hated Republican and a hated Democrat, and Trump’s descriptions of Mexicans as rapists was simply an extension of that.

During the campaign, Trump used Facebook to raise two hundred and eighty million dollars. Just days before the election, his team paid for a voter-suppression effort on the platform. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, it targeted three Democratic constituencies—“idealistic white liberals, young women, and African Americans”—sending them videos precisely tailored to discourage them from turning out for Clinton. Theresa Hong, the Trump campaign’s digital-content director, later told an interviewer, “Without Facebook we wouldn’t have won.”

After the election, Facebook executives fretted that the company would be blamed for the spread of fake news. Zuckerberg’s staff gave him statistics showing that the vast majority of election information on the platform was legitimate. At a tech conference a few days later, Zuckerberg was defensive. “The idea that fake news on Facebook—of which, you know, it’s a very small amount of the content—influenced the election in any way, I think, is a pretty crazy idea,” he said. To some at Facebook, Zuckerberg’s defensiveness was alarming. A former executive told Wired, “We had to really flip him on that. We realized that if we didn’t, the company was going to start heading down this pariah path.”

When I asked Zuckerberg about his “pretty crazy” comment, he said that he was wrong to have been “glib.” He told me, “Nobody wants any amount of fake news. It is an issue on an ongoing basis, and we need to take that seriously.” But he still bristles at the implication that Facebook may have distorted voter behavior. “I find the notion that people would only vote some way because they were tricked to be almost viscerally offensive,” he said. “Because it goes against the whole notion that you should trust people and that individuals are smart and can understand their own experience and can make their own assessments about what direction they want their community to go in.”

Shortly after the election, Mark Warner, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, contacted Facebook to discuss Russian interference. “The initial reaction was completely dismissive,” he told me. But, by the spring, he sensed that the company was realizing that it had a serious problem. “They were seeing an enormous amount of Russian activity in the French elections,” Warner said. “It was getting better, but I still don’t think they were putting nearly enough resources behind this.” Warner, who made a fortune in the telecom business, added, “Most of the companies in the Valley think that policymakers, one, don’t get it, and, two, that ultimately, if they just stonewall us, then we’ll go away.”

Facebook moved fitfully to acknowledge the role it had played in the election. In September of 2017, after Robert Mueller obtained a search warrant, Facebook agreed to give his office an inventory of ads linked to Russia and the details of who had paid for them. In October, Facebook disclosed that Russian operatives had published about eighty thousand posts, reaching a hundred and twenty-six million Americans.

In March, after the Cambridge Analytica news broke, Zuckerberg and Facebook were paralyzed. For five days, Zuckerberg said nothing. His personal Facebook profile offered no statements or analysis. Its most recent post was a photo of him and Chan baking hamantaschen for Purim.

“I feel like we’ve let people down and that feels terrible,” he told me later. “But it goes back to this notion that we shouldn’t be making the same mistake multiple times.” He insists that fake news is less common than people imagine: “The average person might perceive, from how much we and others talk about it, that there is more than ten times as much misinformation or hoax content on Facebook than the academic measures that we’ve seen so far suggest.” He is still not convinced that the spread of misinformation had an impact on the election. “I actually don’t consider that a closed thing,” he said. “I still think that’s the kind of thing that needs to be studied.”

In conversation, Zuckerberg is, unsurprisingly, highly analytical. When he encounters a theory that doesn’t accord with his own, he finds a seam of disagreement—a fact, a methodology, a premise—and hammers at it. It’s an effective technique for winning arguments, but one that makes it difficult to introduce new information. Over time, some former colleagues say, his deputies have begun to filter out bad news from presentations before it reaches him. A former Facebook official told me, “They only want to hear good news. They don’t want people who are disagreeing with them. There is a culture of ‘You go along to get along.’ ”


“No, Bobby. No.”
I once asked Zuckerberg what he reads to get the news. “I probably mostly read aggregators,” he said. “I definitely follow Techmeme”—a roundup of headlines about his industry—“and the media and political equivalents of that, just for awareness.” He went on, “There’s really no newspaper that I pick up and read front to back. Well, that might be true of most people these days—most people don’t read the physical paper—but there aren’t many news Web sites where I go to browse.”

A couple of days later, he called me and asked to revisit the subject. “I felt like my answers were kind of vague, because I didn’t necessarily feel like it was appropriate for me to get into which specific organizations or reporters I read and follow,” he said. “I guess what I tried to convey, although I’m not sure if this came across clearly, is that the job of uncovering new facts and doing it in a trusted way is just an absolutely critical function for society.”

Zuckerberg and Sandberg have attributed their mistakes to excessive optimism, a blindness to the darker applications of their service. But that explanation ignores their fixation on growth, and their unwillingness to heed warnings. Zuckerberg resisted calls to reorganize the company around a new understanding of privacy, or to reconsider the depth of data it collects for advertisers.

James P. Steyer, the founder and C.E.O. of Common Sense Media, an organization that promotes safety in technology and media for children, visited Facebook’s headquarters in the spring of 2018 to discuss his concerns about a product called Messenger Kids, which allows children under thirteen—the minimum age to use the primary Facebook app—to make video calls and send messages to contacts that a parent approves. He met with Sandberg and Elliot Schrage, at the time the head of policy and communications. “I respect their business success, and like Sheryl personally, and I was hoping they might finally consider taking steps to better protect kids. Instead, they said that the best thing for young kids was to spend more time on Messenger Kids,” Steyer told me. “They still seemed to be in denial. Would you ‘move fast and break things’ when it comes to children? To our democracy? No, because you can damage them forever.”

To some people in the company, the executives seemed concentrated not on solving the problems or on preventing the next ones but on containing the damage. Tavis McGinn, a former Google pollster, started working at Facebook in the spring of 2017, doing polls with a narrow focus: measuring the public perception of Zuckerberg and Sandberg. During the next six months, McGinn conducted eight surveys and four focus groups in three countries, collecting the kinds of measurements favored by politicians and advertisers. Facebook polled reactions to the company’s new stated mission to “bring the world closer together,” as well as to items on Zuckerberg’s social-media feed, including his writings, photographs, and even his casual banter during a back-yard barbecue broadcast on Facebook Live.

In September, McGinn resigned. In an interview, he told the Web site the Verge that he had become discouraged. “I was not going to be able to change the way that the company does business,” he said. “I couldn’t change the values. I couldn’t change the culture.” He concluded that measuring the “true social outcomes” of Facebook was of limited interest to senior staffers. “I think research can be very powerful, if people are willing to listen,” he said. “But I decided after six months that it was a waste of my time to be there. I didn’t feel great about the product. I didn’t feel proud to tell people I worked at Facebook. I didn’t feel I was helping the world.” (McGinn, who has signed a nondisclosure agreement with Facebook, declined to comment for this article.)

In March, Zuckerberg agreed to testify before Congress for the first time about Facebook’s handling of user

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:19 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)




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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:19 PM
Author: :D(5000 mcg B12/wk, 150 mcg iodine/day, 250 mg algal DHA-EPA/day)


California is 1,500 miles away from Nebraska.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:19 PM
Author: Harvey Weinstein getting old-fashioned studio head

it's not just jews, but there sure are a lot of jews in it

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:19 PM
Author: hurricane sandeep



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:19 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy

That's the ironic thing about "fraud" -- if it's blatant, how can it be fraud?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:18 PM
Author: BOM



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:18 PM
Author: cornhusker

are you unaware of where Nebraska gets its players?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:18 PM
Author: Whitechapel Fatberg



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:18 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


the sec is impotent

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:18 PM
Author: which dad

Trump needs to show his fuckstick on tv to disprove these allegations

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:18 PM
Author: cornhusker



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:18 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy

What kind of low-IQ goy blue-collar shit-fraud is this?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:18 PM
Author: cornhusker



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:18 PM
Author: a den of proles

"he said kike and faggot, it's bad," the pumo emails your boss.
probably doesn't look good for you that crazies are trying to ruin your life, but it seems too weird to comprehend.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:18 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


years. dont mind if i lose half

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:17 PM
Author: hurricane sandeep



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:17 PM
Author: Mormon missionary (not the good kind)

how long to hold?
how much (%) do you want to risk?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:17 PM
Author: BOM

Ljl most of Nebraska players are Cali players Cali is biggest state

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:17 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


sounds like fraud

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:17 PM
Author: cornhusker

just don't even shampoo your hair. It's GC flame.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:16 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy

Tsinah actively tries / tried to be outed as far as I can tell.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:16 PM
Author: Mormon missionary (not the good kind)

i understand and respect the rational argument for why to short $TSLA. As a trader, however, I must advise you that prices are often irrational and such is the case with $TSLA. Everyone and their grandma has been short this thing from 250 for the past four years

my advice is to take your profits quickly on days like today

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:16 PM
Author: mexican doobs

If xo Jordan is not a chad who else could possibly be a chad?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:16 PM
Author: \'\"\"\"\"\'\"

You sound like a fag

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:16 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


i guess your work gets an email 'bob bobson posts as ','.','.'.',,.,.,..,...k.,' on xoxohth.com, a racist law school discussion site'

prob gets written off as the rantings of an insane person

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:16 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy

Not an issue with obvious one-night-stands.

That said, I'm very sensitive to the fact that women are very sensitive to signed of being sent off or abandoned after sex, do I hint for them to leave only after being very affectionate and complimenting them a great deal.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:15 PM
Author: Hombre 3000(CocaineMitch@senate.gov)




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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:15 PM
Author: one note antisemite

Lol at thinking he is in anyway being sincere

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:15 PM
Author: chilmata(Big Dawg)


My black fiancee hated her last boss so I told her to find a new job now while she still has one. She found a new job quickly, within a week, and it pays more.

She used up all her PTO, but has three sick days left. Under California law, they don't have to pay her sick days when she leaves.

On Friday, while everyone was gone, my black fiancee packed up her personal things and then called a co-worker to tell her goodbye, nice working with you, etc.

My black fiancee started her new job on Monday, but called in sick to her old job. She did this by texting her ex-boss that she hates.

A few hours later she got an email from HR, headquartered in Virginia, saying they consider the employer/employee relationship terminated because my black fiance resigned by telling the co-worker as much, and by removing her personal belongings from her workspace. They would be overnighting her last check to her.

So this morning, I typed an email for my black fiancee to HR. It said basically [I'm paraphrasing]: "I never resigned. I don't know what [co-worker] told you, but last I checked she was not a manager. I always take home my personal belongings on the weekend by the way. It turns out that I'm sicker than I thought so I am going to have to call in sick again today. Tell [boss] I'll see her tomorrow."

No response yet.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:15 PM
Author: THOT_RAVAGER

https://i.cbc.ca/1.2940204.1423849197!/fileImage/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/16x9_780/katy-perry-super-bowl-xlix-halftime-show-shark-dance-feb-1-2015.jpg

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:15 PM
Author: ~~(>\' \' )>

Post her pic.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:14 PM
Author: don\'t run nigga i see you



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Author: a mitigated 180



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:14 PM
Author: a den of proles

what's the worst that can happen? someone outs you and emails your mother (she knows you're insane) and your boss (he also knows)?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:13 PM
Author: up$et j3\\/\\/

The problem is a cadre of people and again if you're narrowing it to Jews, that is misguided, because it's an ideology espoused by multiple groups and individuals in power. There are globalists just as self-centered and delusional who could care less about the impact of their ideas and policies on their own nations, both Jewish and not, like Soros and the Koch Brothers, who also attack Trump. I believe that they feel their ideology is "right" and "correct" and so they must impose this view on the rest of humanity. And then there are those who push it simply because they stand to gain something. If someone disgarees, they are "wrong". So any culture, Japan, Hungary, whomever disagrees, they are wrong and need to be corrected. Humanity does not have a one size fits all approach. Different cultures and nations should be able to decide for themselves what is the best course of action in terms of immigration or any other matter.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:13 PM
Author: Hombre 3000(CocaineMitch@senate.gov)


http://autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=4080396&mc=4&forum_id=2

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:13 PM
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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:13 PM
Author: cannon



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:13 PM
Author: Cunt Saw

https://twitter.com/SafetyFlrst/status/1037796377672134656?s=09

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:12 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


more details plz

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:12 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy

In all seriousness, even though I redacted her eyes, I think it was very clear from the pics I posted she had a very good face.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:12 PM
Author: .,.,.:.,:,.:.,.,:.,.:.,:,.:.,:.,,..:,

we're redpilling ujtp folks

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:12 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy

Long term GF actually -- and of course not -- jfc what a dumb questions. I'm not some shitlib polyamorous fag. I cheatmo like a proper respectable man -- in total secret.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:11 PM
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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:11 PM
Author: .,.,.:.,:,.:.,.,:.,.:.,:,.:.,:.,,..:,

every.single.time

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Author: .,.,...,..,.,..:,,:,.,,.;:,,..,:,.;.:..:.,:,::,.



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:11 PM
Author: biglaw associate asking if link is worksafe @ 11pm(LM95)


A different one:

http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=4071557&mc=8&forum_id=2

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:10 PM
Author: .,.,.:.,:,.:.,.,:.,.:.,:,.:.,:.,,..:,



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:10 PM
Author: Harvey Weinstein getting old-fashioned studio head

david goldman: "i walk around budapest with a kippah all the time and no one even notices. try doing that in london or paris."

cnn: "we need regime change in hungary"

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:10 PM
Author: Cunt Saw

https://twitter.com/SafetyFlrst/status/1038513757922582528?s=19

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:10 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


he really did know a lot about gucci clothing. would like an explanation

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:10 PM
Author: Get Thee To The Rapery

*flies too close to the sun*

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:10 PM
Author: one note antisemite

Sharks?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:09 PM
Author: dcpoast (41 yr old shirtless guitar player)

The law firm party where Jimmy manages to offend just about everyone that matters to Kim foreclosed on any real relationship moving forward

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:09 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy

If you respond to this post in the next 20 minutes, I will post one of the photos again just for you cause you're one of my favorite poasters.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:09 PM
Author: sic semper tyrannis



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:09 PM
Author: porjectfinAAnce

spit out my coffee laughing at this

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:08 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy

JFC doobs.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:08 PM
Author: cannon

LJL at this bullshit
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/sep/18/stormy-daniels-tell-all-book-on-trump-salacious-detail-and-claims-of-cheating
"Daniels’ alleged relationship with Trump included one moment in 2007, she writes, in which she is with Trump in a hotel room watching a Shark Week broadcast on cable television when he receives a phone call from Hillary Clinton, then running against Barack Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination.

“Then, to make it crazier, Hillary Clinton called,” Daniels writes. “He had a whole conversation about the race, repeatedly mentioning ‘our plan’...

“Even while he was on the phone with Hillary, his attention kept going back to the sharks.”

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:08 PM
Author: ~~(>\' \' )>

I heard he also had a Camel Towing an a FBI (Female Body Inspector) shirt. Rumors continue to swirl about possible Big Johnson shirt sightings.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:08 PM
Author: Zezima

Lol

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:08 PM
Author: lawman8

I am not denying the fact that what the Jews advocate is ultimately destructive to them and makes no sense.

But my point is that it’s undeniable that JEWS, as opposed to faceless elites, are the cause of the problem. I would have bet anything that a Jew was behind the title immediately after I read it, and I would have been right.

Also, I think you are being too charitable to attribute the Jewish Problem to their “ghetto past.” That implies defensive moves. As seen with Japan, their malignancy is offensive, not defensive. Japan has done nothing wrong to Jews, yet they are trying to destroy it anyway (and make no mistake, mass immigration of refugees will destroy Japan’s culture just as Western Europe). It is like they are a virus or other force of evil in the world. I know it isn’t all of them, but the problem is undeniable.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:07 PM
Author: up$et j3\\/\\/

who redpilled you?

Witnessing the TSINAH insanity?

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:07 PM
Author: dirte



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:07 PM
Author: one note antisemite

Ljl if he cared he still wouldn't have you listed as a partner on his website and wouldn't have collected a shekel. Tons of goyim ensure all proceeds go to the victims in cases like this. Instead a huge chunk of the money was spent on you fucking high end escorts.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:07 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


that doesnt rhyme

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:06 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy

No shit. This is why I don't poast very much. Back when I was there was clearly a quotemo who was on a mission to out me. A deranged gook for sure.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:06 PM
Author: ggtp(ggtp)


lol

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Author: Hombre 3000(CocaineMitch@senate.gov)




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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:06 PM
Author: michael doodikoff

http://realitysteve.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JennaText1-e1536676459180.jpg
http://realitysteve.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JennaText2-e1536676470413.jpg
http://realitysteve.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JennaText3-e1536676419619.jpg

Backstory: http://realitysteve.com/2018/09/11/bachelor-in-paradise-spoilers-fraud-couple-he-said-she-said/2/

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:06 PM
Author: a den of proles

TY

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:06 PM
Author: Real Estate

This is pretty bad, but not as common. Most recovering fatmos still carry a lot of shame.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:06 PM
Author: .....,,.....,,.....,,.................,,,

I will never not have money to fund a margin call here. I’ve never seen a more obvious short in my entire life.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:05 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:05 PM
Author: dirte

Someone who has lost a lot of weight and wants to shill their diet secrets on you

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:05 PM
Author: Real Estate

There you go. This shit is in everything. I'm down to cooking in clay pots, not even fucking kidding, sadly.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:05 PM
Author: ....,.,...,,...



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:05 PM
Author: Racist Manhattan Guy

Fuck libs

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:05 PM
Author: Non sequitur



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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:05 PM
Author: The DJT USSF INTERGALACTIC JUGGERNAUT

So you have absolutely no retort and are confirming you’re just a MAF mentally ill geek? Cool.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:05 PM
Author: ..,.,;:.,:;,:;,..,;;:,;

just had a bit of a redpilling on this - the Doobs spreadsheet era was a spa compared to XO2018.

More of you are outed than you realize.

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:04 PM
Author: Mormon missionary (not the good kind)

Enjoy the squeeze

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Date: September 18th, 2018 12:04 PM
Author: Real Estate

OH, really? Thanks you for those undoubtedly first hand insights! Like anybody, including your family and friends, gives a shit what you think. FYI, no one riots and no one outside of a handful of anonymous little rats on the Internet actually debates/cares what it means to be white. HTH

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