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Elon Musk AKA "king midas" WILL TANK AFTER BUYING TWITTER
Mr. Jones Offline
#1 Posted:
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fog fog fog

The stupidest thing Elon musk ever did was try and buy Twitter...

Nobody cares about Twitter anymore.

Twitter has lost its appeal and it's advertising Income potential...

It is nothing but a loser forum bleeding money like a sieve...

This aquisition will be his absolute downfall...

If you don't agree with something or someone...it doesn't mean you have to offer twice what it is worth then write unbreakable contracts to buy it with, then change your mind and try and get out of an unbreakable contract...

Which is exactly what is happening to Elon musk...

He is one really dumb assss...this stupid business deal will bring him to financial ruin...

Why couldn't you just stick with space x and Tesla?? Did your social media junky gripes and views get you into financial trouble???

Hell yes...it is going to ruin you...

In SPADES...you dumb f*k!!!
delta1 Offline
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not a big fan of Musk's...twelve years ago, he played our town in SE LA County against the town in central Cal where his Tesla plant was located...promised the moon and scheduled a press conference to announce details...got everybody excited...

never showed...later said Fremont freshened their offer and he decided to stay put...

I disagree that he's a dumbass...he's pretty shrewd businessman and has made a fortune with innovative ideas...but he's a narcissistic liar... maybe Twitter will be his comeuppance
DrMaddVibe Offline
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PWN3D


https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/now-twitter-belongs-elon-here-what-he-will-do-platform-his-own-words


He was trying to get it cheaper when he found out Twitter was manufacturing fake performance on the platform. He has a plan and always did.


PS: Can't fault the guy if he can get more favorable results elsewhere. You're allowed to change your mind.
HockeyDad Offline
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With all due respect, Ima go with Elon Musk over Mr Jones on investing advice!
MACS Offline
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HockeyDad wrote:
With all due respect, Ima go with Elon Musk over Mr Jones on investing advice!


That seems like the prudent thing to do.
clintCigar Offline
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LOL
JadeRose Offline
#7 Posted:
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If Twitter, Tesla, or SpaceX disappeared tomorrow, I wouldn't notice
DrafterX Offline
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JadeRose wrote:
If my momma ate Twitter, Tesla, and SpaceX tomorrow, I wouldn't notice



Mellow
CelticBomber Offline
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
PWN3D


https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/now-twitter-belongs-elon-here-what-he-will-do-platform-his-own-words


He was trying to get it cheaper when he found out Twitter was manufacturing fake performance on the platform. He has a plan and always did.


PS: Can't fault the guy if he can get more favorable results elsewhere. You're allowed to change your mind.



Ummm no. He's not allowed to change his mind, he signed a contract. He signed the contract without doing his due diligence. He tried to back out and Twitter sued. That case was due for court in 2 weeks and every indication pointed to him losing and losing bad. In the mean time, Musk's personal valuation has dropped and interest rates are rising. Meaning the loans he's going to have to take out to actually make the purchase are getting ridiculously expensive. Musk does not have the cash to buy Twitter on his own. He never did. He was always going to have to borrow the money. Twitter has Musk by the balls.
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delta1 wrote:
not a big fan of Musk's...twelve years ago, he played our town in SE LA County against the town in central Cal where his Tesla plant was located...promised the moon and scheduled a press conference to announce details...got everybody excited...

never showed...later said Fremont freshened their offer and he decided to stay put...

I disagree that he's a dumbass...he's pretty shrewd businessman and has made a fortune with innovative ideas...but he's a narcissistic liar... maybe Twitter will be his comeuppance

And he does build the best and most American made cars in the US.....
Mr. Jones Offline
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#9 celticbomber

++1

Agreed

It's T.H.E. DuMBEST move he has ever made/ attempted...

Reiterating...

"It will be his downfall"

P.S. HOCKEYDAD is a turncoat ...j/k

Bwuhahahaha!!!
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CelticBomber wrote:
Ummm no. He's not allowed to change his mind, he signed a contract. He signed the contract without doing his due diligence. He tried to back out and Twitter sued. That case was due for court in 2 weeks and every indication pointed to him losing and losing bad. In the mean time, Musk's personal valuation has dropped and interest rates are rising. Meaning the loans he's going to have to take out to actually make the purchase are getting ridiculously expensive. Musk does not have the cash to buy Twitter on his own. He never did. He was always going to have to borrow the money. Twitter has Musk by the balls.

I'm pretty sure he was referring to the spat between LA and Freemont when he said Elon changed his mind.
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Mike3316 wrote:
I'm pretty sure he was referring to the spat between LA and Freemont when he said Elon changed his mind.




Shhh Shhh Shhh


Why ya gotta go and ruin it?
rfenst Offline
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CelticBomber wrote:
Ummm no. He's not allowed to change his mind, he signed a contract. He signed the contract without doing his due diligence. He tried to back out and Twitter sued. That case was due for court in 2 weeks and every indication pointed to him losing and losing bad. In the mean time, Musk's personal valuation has dropped and interest rates are rising. Meaning the loans he's going to have to take out to actually make the purchase are getting ridiculously expensive. Musk does not have the cash to buy Twitter on his own. He never did. He was always going to have to borrow the money. Twitter has Musk by the balls.

Winner! Winner! Chicken dinner!
DrMaddVibe Offline
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rfenst wrote:
Winner! Winner! Chicken dinner!



Kiddie table for 2 is now ready.
JadeRose Offline
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DrafterX wrote:
Mellow


Mad
Mike3316 Offline
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
Kiddie table for 2 is now ready.

Sometimes it's just TOO easy. Lol
Mike3316 Offline
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
Kiddie table for 2 is now ready.

Some people need adult supervision. Lol
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Musk’s renewed Twitter bid puts strain on lenders

$44B offer may be more costly for investment banks backing billionaire’s deal


NYT

Elon Musk’s planned acquisition of Twitter looked like the deal of the year back in April. Investment banks and Silicon Valley bigwigs clamored to be a part of it. Moved by his lofty promises and past successes, they collectively promised billions to Musk, the world’s richest man.

Then Musk tore it all up.

He announced in July that he no longer wanted go through with his bid, and he publicly thrashed the company he had asked for help in buying.

But, on Monday night, Musk said that he had changed his mind once again and that he still wanted to buy Twitter, a company under more duress than it was in the spring and operating in an economy that looks much shakier.

Now the $44 billion deal — the same amount Musk offered in April — could be significantly more costly for lenders such as Morgan Stanley, Bank of America and Barclays that committed to put big money into the deal before inflation, rising interest rates, economic uncertainty created by the war in Ukraine and Musk’s bombastic behavior.

After Musk informed Twitter of his new intent to follow through on the deal, the two sides began to hash out the details, with negotiations still ongoing, said a person with knowledge of the situation who was not authorized to speak publicly about the confidential talks.

A question looming over the negotiations is whether Musk will try to use the banks’ potential issues with financing to get out of a deal with Twitter, if the company does agree to his new offer.

In a letter to Twitter, he said he would complete the deal “pending receipt of the proceeds of the debt financing.”
Musk can walk away from the deal with a $1 billion breakup fee if his debt financing falls apart. While an expensive prospect, it would be far less costly than buying Twitter for $44 billion.

“Financing has always been a bit of a wild card in this,” said Eric Talley, a professor at Columbia Law School. “That’s always been a secret weapon that Musk might have had up his sleeve: that suddenly the lenders walk in and say that we’re not willing to finance it.”

Musk cobbled together financing through a variety of sources, including his own money. He raised $12.5 billion from banks, with Morgan Stanley, Bank of America and Barclays each committing to $2.5 billion. Other banks, including BNP Paribas and Mizuho, have committed to smaller amounts.

Typically, when investment banks fund a leveraged buyout, they try to offload that debt to outside investors, such as hedge funds and other big institutions. The banks make money from the fees they charge to arrange these deals, and they sell the debt to reduce their risks in case borrowers cannot repay what is owed.

It has become harder to sell that debt in recent months, which presents a challenge to the banks. If they try to sell the debt now, they might be forced to do so at a large loss.
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They just need Moodies to rubber stamp the debt AAA and everything will be fine.
DrMaddVibe Offline
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Once again, the NYT playing fast and loose with the facts.

You'd think you'd get wiser peddling their lies and DNC obfuscation. They never retract when they're wrong, hell they win Pulitzer Prizes on stories based on lies, told by unconfirmed sources and unnamed individuals. But here we are again with a NYT trash piece.

You do realize that the [email protected] machine admitted they had bots and that's the crux of why Musk balked riiight?

No??

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/what-the-twitter-whistleblower-disclosure-says-about-spam-bots-and-what-it-means-for-elon-musk/ar-AA10ZlTQ

That's from a Lefty friendly site even. It gets even worse the more you dig on it. Why would he pay a premium for a site that locks down Free Speech, bans people from posting and makes up their own traffic with bots?

Personally, I hope he exposes the living daylights out of the platform for what it is. Propaganda driven pablum for the uninitiated.
rfenst Offline
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
Once again, the NYT playing fast and loose with the facts.

You'd think you'd get wiser peddling their lies and DNC obfuscation. They never retract when they're wrong, hell they win Pulitzer Prizes on stories based on lies, told by unconfirmed sources and unnamed individuals. But here we are again with a NYT trash piece.

You do realize that the [email protected] machine admitted they had bots and that's the crux of why Musk balked riiight?

No??

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/what-the-twitter-whistleblower-disclosure-says-about-spam-bots-and-what-it-means-for-elon-musk/ar-AA10ZlTQ

That's from a Lefty friendly site even. It gets even worse the more you dig on it. Why would he pay a premium for a site that locks down Free Speech, bans people from posting and makes up their own traffic with bots?

Personally, I hope he exposes the living daylights out of the platform for what it is. Propaganda driven pablum for the uninitiated.ou do realize that the [email protected] machine admitted they had bots and that's the crux of why Musk balked riiight?ou do realize that the [email protected] machine admitted they had bots and that's the crux of why Musk balked riiight?


Offer + Acceptance = Contract (the back-bone of America's business stability/predictability).

He stupidly failed to perform due diligence and bought it "as is"... like buying a used car without having it inspected first...or like buying a house without having an inspection contingency in the agreement.

Absent fraud, Musk was highly likely likely on the hook and could see the legal train bearing down on himself very fast.
Mr. Jones Offline
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Musk is M.U.S.K.I.E. BAIT...
DrMaddVibe Offline
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rfenst wrote:
Absent fraud, Musk was highly likely on the hook and could see the legal train bearing down towards himself fast.


The fraud was the lying of the manufactured traffic. It was right there in the above link.
rfenst Offline
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
The fraud was the lying of the manufactured traffic. It was right there in the above link.

Fraud is VERY difficult to prove in an "as-is" and the case maybe not even get to trial with an earlier ruling in favor of twitter.
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Mike3316 wrote:
I'm pretty sure he was referring to the spat between LA and Freemont when he said Elon changed his mind.


Probably. But, you're new. It won't be long before you start ignoring his links just like everyone else and just smile while he rants.
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There was a link in there? Think
rfenst Offline
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
The fraud was the lying of the manufactured traffic. It was right there in the above link.

No. That was disclosed to him upfront and he questioned about it. He simply spoke to swoo and failed to perform due diligence, which is his real downfall here.
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rfenst wrote:
No. That was disclosed to him upfront and he questioned about it. He simply spoke to swoo and failed to perform due diligence, which is his real downfall here.


No, they lied about the amount of bots that the [email protected] machine pushes. The rats came out of the woodwork claiming as much as 25% of the total traffic were bots. I'll let you use the G00gl3 and figure that out. Once you do, who could blame him for wanting a reduction. It wasn't what was advertised. It was always damaged goods, but now the "hull" is leaking.

I sincerely hope once the sale is finalized he outs the bastards against Free Speech for what they are. If I had the kind of FY money he has, it would be a total vindication for Mankind.
rfenst Offline
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
No, they lied about the amount of bots that the [email protected] machine pushes. The rats came out of the woodwork claiming as much as 25% of the total traffic were bots. I'll let you use the G00gl3 and figure that out. Once you do, who could blame him for wanting a reduction. It wasn't what was advertised. It was always damaged goods, but now the "hull" is leaking.

I sincerely hope once the sale is finalized he outs the bastards against Free Speech for what they are. If I had the kind of FY money he has, it would be a total vindication for Mankind.

I agree there was likely a large percentage of bots.

But, the way it works is that once you have a contract, you can try to bargain the price down, but there is no obligation by the seller to rip up the contract. It is fully enforceable.

I like what he does, but I am still wondering how much Musk truly took things under full consideration before making the offeror or just opened his big mouth and hemmed himself in too quickly. He was on the Board of Directors, IIRC, and already held a large stake in the company.

Besides, companies are valued by their revenue, p&l, tax forms and stock prices.
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I find it kinda funny actually. IMHO Musk is a narcissistic blowhard. I’m with Robert on this. I think he dove in head first without doing due diligence. Then he tried to back out. Eventually he came to realize he was check-mated and is now trying to figure out the best way to mitigate his situation. He served himself a huge 💩 sandwich and now he has to not just take a bite, but he has to eat the whole thing.
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https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/biden-admin-weighs-blocking-twitter-deal-national-security-grounds-just-musk-wanted

Frying pan Frying pan Frying pan

BAWHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

Biden...As logical as a football bat.
Mr. Jones Offline
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Musk sent DUFFLE BAGS full of cash to JOE STRANOSA 'S
MASSIVE DRAWERS OF SAFE DEPOSIT BoxeS in the basement of some SWISS BANK IN SWITZERLAND.

PROLLY A HALF A BILLION AT THE VERY LEAST...

Which for MuSk is way way WAAAYYYYYY CHEAPER THAN SHELLING OUT fooooouuty fooo' BILLION ( $44 billion) as was agreed upon ...then once it transferred and went thru...
Would be worth maybe??? 🤔 $29 BILLION IN REAL VALUE...

THATS A $15 BILLION DOLLAR LOSS ...

HALF A BILLION IN DUFFLE BAGS IS A WAY BETTER DEAL....

JOE ASKED BARRYMORE OBAMMY FOR ADVICE ON THIS...

OBAMMY SAID "JOE...YOU KNOWS I LIKE PALLETS-O-CASH ON C-130'S MOE THAN DUFFLE BAGS....P.S. WHATS MY CUT yoU F*K?"

JOE SAID: "I'S GOTS TOO MUCH HEAT ON MY AZZZ RIGHT NOW FOR PALLETS...DUFFLES ARE EASIerTO HIdE...your cut is zero...you took mr.jones' $1 million++ in cash and never slid me a dime you cheap ASS D.U.E.C.E."
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Just when you thought Musk’s Twitter foray couldn’t get wilder


WAP OPINION

By now, it should no longer be possible for Elon Musk to surprise me.

I am a veteran of Musk’s epic battles with reality. I lived through his fleeting musings about taking Tesla private. I survived his brief foray into bitcoin payments. And I have of course slogged through his months-long, on-again-off-again conquest of Twitter.

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I should by now be beyond astonishment. Yet I am sitting here in slack-jawed wonder, contemplating reports that Musk plans to fire nearly 75 percent of Twitter’s employees.

What can he be thinking? Of course, some layoffs are customary when a new boss takes over. But 75 percent — this is not customary. Layoffs of that magnitude mean critical operations running at half strength. It means accidentally firing the only person who knew how to perform some core business function. It means shellshocked survivors wandering the empty halls, whispering forlornly to the ghosts of happier days.

As with so many things Musk-related, this is so over the top that I am unsure what to make of it. Could it be that Musk didn’t mean it? Musk says absurd things all the time, including wild things that SEC regulations specifically forbid him from saying, such as idly tweeting that he had secured funding to take Tesla private at $420 a share. Could he have said it just to make the Twitter deal look better? When I asked a securities lawyer about that possibility, he replied, “In a presentation to potential big-ticket investors, it is reasonable to assume that his lawyers and compliance people were slightly more involved than with, say, his Tweets.”

Besides, investors in deals of this size presumably have enough experience to understand what layoffs of that magnitude mean. So they’re not really a selling point unless you can actually explain how Twitter can function effectively with only a quarter of its current head count.

Okay, well, what about that, then? I mean, it can be hard to tell just how much you need every worker in a modern corporation. If you’re stamping out machine parts, your company knows almost exactly what it makes off your labors. But exactly how much does it increase profits when Twitter increases the number of content moderators from 10 to 20?

This fuzziness makes it easy for companies to bloat. Especially in Silicon Valley, where payrolls have been swollen by rivers of cash flowing in two directions — from advertisers to a handful of tech giants and from start-up investors hoping to fund the next behemoth. Complaints about Twitter’s overstaffing go back years.

That said, it does seem like someone would have noticed if three out of every four Twitter employees were actually adding no measurable value. I’m not saying it’s impossible. But if Musk cuts that many people and nothing goes wrong, it will be his most surprising act yet.

Alternatively, maybe Musk does plan these cuts, and he is wrong and is about to destroy the company. (Please, sigh thousands of self-hating Twitter addicts).

Fair enough, Musk acts wackily sometimes. But he is also running multiple companies successfully. He may be theatrical and impulsive, but I struggle to believe he has lost touch with reality.

A more plausible possibility is that Musk, who sometimes gets a little out over his skis before pulling back, did at one time think that he could just get rid of a large majority of his workers. But with more time to examine Twitter operations and think things through, he may have pared back his ambitions. This theory is compelling because it doesn’t require either Musk, or Twitter’s current management, to be oblivious to the facts on the ground. It only requires Musk to be who he is: prone to temporary fits of hyperbolic whimsy but also realistic enough to make cars and launch satellites and make money doing those things.

In this scenario, Musk is still going to make deep cuts because Musk is about to borrow a huge amount of money to finance this deal, and it will reportedly cost him almost $1.2 billion a year to service the debt. In a good year, the company’s free cash flow is maybe half that. Besides, even Twitter’s current management thinks the company is overstaffed; reportedly, it was planning to reduce head count by almost 25 percent.

Our hypothetical sane Musk undoubtedly wants to go further but also understands the risks of going too far and alienating customers or losing too many good employees to competitors. He will target the dross that inevitably accumulates in any large firm — the business practices that don’t make sense, the operations that don’t make money, and the workers who don’t make a good fit. However rash the initial offer for Twitter was, he will take the job of rebuilding it seriously and carve a leaner, more profitable firm out of the current bloated mess.

That’s certainly the best-case scenario — if our hypothetical Musk turns out to closely resemble the real one. Will he?

You know, maybe I’ve been at this too long, but if he did, I actually wouldn’t be all that surprised.
Mr. Jones Offline
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I think I need to dust off my "loser food broker loser resume" FROM 1989 -2010 to the real 1978-1988 "uncle BILL colby's preferred ghost CIVILIAN SUBCONTRACTOR in C.A. @s tres Norte' fame and the BESTest Democratic National Committees' $$MONEY MULE green Buick driver/ @s SnUb wHiTey fame/ driver FROM 1981-1986" and...

send it to Elon...

Directly....

....( I.N.D.E.E.D. won't let me submit it on their site???)

He'll need my expertise if he fires 75% of Twitters employees...

because I'm guessing???

Some pretty powerful rich **** are gonna want some payback???
I can spot those douche bags and anyone they hire from a mile away....
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Man I bet his dumpster is a gold mine!
Mr. Jones Offline
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"let it sink in"

Musk carrying a porcelain sink into Twitters HQ...
This week....
Mr. Jones Offline
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My prediction still stands ..

Minus his antics...

Lose money profusely...

He will
MACS Offline
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^Go Woke, go broke.

Musk ain't woke... he ain't goin' broke. Gair-awn-teed!
DrMaddVibe Offline
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https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/firings-begin-twitter-ceo-cfo-top-censor-escorted-out

GTFO!!!

He might lose some money on this..but Musk isn't going to be broke.Shame on you

Now...expose their algorithms.
Mr. Jones Offline
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Musk will EAT C.R.O.W. in massive amounts starting tomorrow.... Saturday oct. 29 th the first day of his massive downfall and money drainspout into the abyss....

Bye bye $$$$'s ....lose your entire fortune on a nothing burger with no tangible hard assets... stupidity at its finest...

Been nice knowing you billionaire dumbo...don't let the door hit your butt when the lights go out and your bank account is at ZERO....
HockeyDad Offline
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Elon will be just fine.
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#43 Posted:
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the spectrum will protectum
ZRX1200 Offline
#44 Posted:
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How did FB stock do?
Mr. Jones Offline
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#43 frammkkj2

That was funny but "Bill Maher-esq"
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Mr. Jones wrote:
#43 frammkkj2

That was funny but "Bill Maher-esq"

as much as i like Maher I haven't seen him but maybe once or twice in over a year...and I swear I made it up.
Anything that rhymes with rectum is funny to guys. Farts are funny too.
MACS Offline
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Rectum? Damn near kiltum!
frankj1 Offline
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I should get an assist!
MACS Offline
#49 Posted:
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Huh... twitter use at an all time high. Weird. HA!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkzLtFv3lp4
delta1 Offline
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he's gonna drive all the lefties out and create his own personal echo chamber...prolly getting ready to readmit Trump




apologies for the quasi politics comment: self directed "wrong forum noob!!!"
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