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At least Bill Gates has the decency to wipe out a disease or two

The messianic Mark Zuckerberg:

I’ve made enough money. At this point, I’m just focused on making sure I do the most possible good with what I have.

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The Collapse Of Civilization

When Zuckie talks about connecting the world he don't mean connecting white employees with black employees

Headline from the Guardian:

Facebook only hired seven black people in latest diversity count

I guess Facebook has an algorithm to filter out the African American folks from the employee feed.

The Collapse Of Civilization

Why demand more Greek suffering in an impossible attempt to pay debt?

From the über-capitalist website CNBC here:

Greece will never be able to pay all its owes and the sooner its principal creditors — the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund — face reality, the better for everyone.

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D. Politics

You can always find an a-hole to take the other side

From CNBC here:

As a matter of fact, wealth inequality is a healthy and necessary component of a growing economy. An economy that has no wealth inequality will, most certainly, stagnate and die leaving widespread poverty behind.

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D. Politics

I don't know how Obama sleeps at night

From CBS News:

Obama: U.S. workers will suffer if House doesn’t act on trade

The article goes on to say that his trade deal has financial assistance for those American workers who lose their job when it gets shipped to Asia.

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D. Politics

What will Google's urban improvement company do about all the tech assholes ruining NYC?

From the NY Times here:

Now Google is getting into the ultimate manifestation of the messy real world: cities.

The Silicon Valley giant is starting and funding an independent company dedicated to coming up with new technologies to improve urban life.

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Garbage

Let's f*ckin' frack Harvard yard!

From here:

The United States must lift an “outdated” ban on oil exports to take full economic and geopolitical advantage of its hydraulic-fracturing boom, according to a study by Harvard Business School and Boston Consulting Group released on Wednesday.

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D. Politics