Elon Musk addresses Twitter meme amid sexual harassment allegations

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terzaerian

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You mean the pseudo attack where the capital police opened the doors for the protesters and then proceeded to murder two unarmed women? And yes Putin did invade Ukraine once that imbecile made it into the oval office just like he invaded when Obama was President.
The sheer hypocritical audacity of calling the January 6 protests an "attack" after the summer of "most peaceful" riots burning half the country down still gives me an angry tic.
 

PEnnn

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You mean the pseudo attack where the capital police opened the doors for the protesters and then proceeded to murder two unarmed women? And yes Putin did invade Ukraine once that imbecile made it into the oval office just like he invaded when Obama was President.

Some souls are so predictable.

Please go and waste someone else's time. Maybe another Fox Noise zombie.
 

ScottSoapbox

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What part of "if his Twitter purchase is about restoring free speech, the percentage of bots shouldn't matter" isn't getting through to your brains?

If he really cared, the bot percentage wouldn't matter, no matter what it was, ergo, the purchase is just Musk empire-building using free speech as a fig leaf, which is execrable.

I guess it serves me right throwing a number into my post because, as usual, nerds latch onto that to be "right" and completely ignore the actual meaning of my post.
What part of negotiating for a better purchase price is so hard to understand?
 

captaincranky

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You mean the pseudo attack where the capital police opened the doors for the protesters and then proceeded to murder two unarmed women? And yes Putin did invade Ukraine once that imbecile made it into the oval office just like he invaded when Obama was President.
Tell you what how about if I come over to your house, and decide I want to come in. You sat you don't want me n your home. Then I say, "I don't give a du*k what you want, I'm coming in anyway".

What would you do, would you shoot me? I think you would. Which makes all your hubris and bullsh!t, simple hypocrisy, nothing more.

C'mon, fess up, you like to hear yourself talk in riddles and contradictions. Most of your material sounds like what Tucker Carlson might-eject, after a 2nd or 3rd stroke. (y) (Y)
 
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AlaskaGuy

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Tell you what how about if I come over to your house, and decide I want to come in. You sat you don't want me n your home. Then I say, "I don't give a du*k what", I'm coming in anyway".

What would you do, would you shoot me? I think you would. Which makes all your hubris and bullsh!t, simple hypocrisy, nothing more.

C'mon, fess up, you like to hear yourself talk in riddles and contradictions. Most of your material sounds like what Tucker Carlson might, after a 2nd or 3rd stroke. (y) (Y)
The cops opened the doors for them.
 

captaincranky

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The cops opened the doors for them.
No, I was watching the TV Jan, 6th. The woman who was shot was trying to climb though a window that had just been smashed out. The cops at that door did NOT open it for her. In fact, they told her to stay out.



Maybe, the cops who did open doors for that mob, should be in jail with "the Qanon shaman". They could be "cellies". Do you think they let him wear his fox tail in federal prison? Even in the shower? I so do hope so. ;)

Do we have an emoji of someone bending over to pick up the soap?
 
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captaincranky

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To get back to topic; men are often accused of, "thinking with their third leg". While prima facia, this might be seem to be true, it's the ego that decides what the aforementioned deserves, or is entitled to.

That said, Musky does indeed, have a massive ego, world class, in fact. Do you see where that might cause a problem?

When these wants and feelings of entitlement fail to reconcile with situational reality, all of a sudden, it becomes an imperative to break out the checkbook.

But to be fair, women are not immune to profiteering motives when they play, "bait and switch", with their charms and a rich man's affections..
 
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raydpratt007

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John Stewart Mill, a logician who advanced inductive reasoning, created "Mill's Methods" of agreement and difference. It is relatively easy to find facts that agree with a hypothesis, for example that the sun is a god because it rises from the dead every day, but such reasoning is not sound if you cannot show a fact that excludes any other possibility, a difference.

Elon Musk has been accused of tricking a female employee over to his massage table (was the table naturally nearby?) and offering her a horse (of all things, a horse) for sexual favors, and, upon meeting resistance to this incredible offer, Elon Musk apparently tried to sweeten the deal by exposing his Johnson. Although I take exception to the genius of offering a horse, I'm going to admit that exposing one's Johnson to the current girl of one's dreams is common.

Elon Musk counterclaims that he is being politically persecuted due to his intended acquisition of Twitter and his intention of supporting free speech on the platform, and he says that he has never faced such horse manure sexual allegations in his previous 30 years of business, a fact that allegedly makes a difference. Harvey Weinstein could equally argue that he was in business for over thirty years without being convicted of any sex crimes, but the rumors against him were nonetheless out there, and no such rumors have been circulating against Elon Musk, and so he may have a point.

Is political persecution for supporting free speech on Twitter a real possibility? From the Democrat side of the isle, virtually every male Republican nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court has been opposed on grounds of sexual harassment (I'm inclined to believe some of the allegations, but that is not my point, since I am looking at the Democrats' propensity to bring such allegations, true or not, for political reasons). Sexual allegations were made against Trump from both an undeniable audio recording of Trump saying that he used to 'grab 'em by the p*ssy,' and in the now debunked Steele Dossier saying that Trump let himself get peed on by two hookers in a hotel room in Russia. Julian Assange faced false rape charges from our ally Sweden.

The political motivation for such attacks against those persons is obvious, but what about supporting free speech makes Elon Musk a worthy target? In the abstract, nothing. However, Elon Musk recently stated that about 11 million Twitter accounts supporting President Joe Biden are fake accounts. With allegations of the Democrats stealing the last election still in the air, and proof of such coming out of state hearings in Arizona and elsewhere, Elon Musk touched a nerve.

I'm not saying that Elon Musk is innocent, but I am saying that even if he is guilty the motivation for this attack may indeed be political. I would also urge caution in assuming that he is guilty. That horse offer sounds like horse manure unless the lady in question truly pined for a pony.
 

captaincranky

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John Stewart Mill, a logician who advanced inductive reasoning, created "Mill's Methods" of agreement and difference. It is relatively easy to find facts that agree with a hypothesis, for example that the sun is a god because it rises from the dead every day, but such reasoning is not sound if you cannot show a fact that excludes any other possibility, a difference.

Elon Musk has been accused of tricking a female employee over to his massage table (was the table naturally nearby?) and offering her a horse (of all things, a horse) for sexual favors, and, upon meeting resistance to this incredible offer, Elon Musk apparently tried to sweeten the deal by exposing his Johnson. Although I take exception to the genius of offering a horse, I'm going to admit that exposing one's Johnson to the current girl of one's dreams is common.

Elon Musk counterclaims that he is being politically persecuted due to his intended acquisition of Twitter and his intention of supporting free speech on the platform, and he says that he has never faced such horse manure sexual allegations in his previous 30 years of business, a fact that allegedly makes a difference. Harvey Weinstein could equally argue that he was in business for over thirty years without being convicted of any sex crimes, but the rumors against him were nonetheless out there, and no such rumors have been circulating against Elon Musk, and so he may have a point.

Is political persecution for supporting free speech on Twitter a real possibility? From the Democrat side of the isle, virtually every male Republican nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court has been opposed on grounds of sexual harassment (I'm inclined to believe some of the allegations, but that is not my point, since I am looking at the Democrats' propensity to bring such allegations, true or not, for political reasons). Sexual allegations were made against Trump from both an undeniable audio recording of Trump saying that he used to 'grab 'em by the p*ssy,' and in the now debunked Steele Dossier saying that Trump let himself get peed on by two hookers in a hotel room in Russia. Julian Assange faced false rape charges from our ally Sweden.

The political motivation for such attacks against those persons is obvious, but what about supporting free speech makes Elon Musk a worthy target? In the abstract, nothing. However, Elon Musk recently stated that about 11 million Twitter accounts supporting President Joe Biden are fake accounts. With allegations of the Democrats stealing the last election still in the air, and proof of such coming out of state hearings in Arizona and elsewhere, Elon Musk touched a nerve.

I'm not saying that Elon Musk is innocent, but I am saying that even if he is guilty the motivation for this attack may indeed be political. I would also urge caution in assuming that he is guilty. That horse offer sounds like horse manure unless the lady in question truly pined for a pony.
I just think it's comical and ironic that Musk's "free speech" patter, came back to bite him in the a**, true or not.

As for the rest of your, (well disguised) "the election was stolen" innuendo, TL, DR.
 

wiyosaya

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Freedom of speech is so important to Elon Musk he'll put his acquisition of Twitter on hold while they pull out a magnifying glass to determine if it's 5% bots or 5.2% bots. What a fraud. If it was about principles this is a detail that wouldn't affect the deal in the slightest.
Another thing we agree on. Musk does not give two :poop:s about Free Speech. It's a dog whistle he has tuned to conservative ears that think their 1st Amendment rights are being violated. Court cases, including the decision against Trump, plainly state that 1st Amendment rights do not apply to violations of terms of service of a private company - https://townhall.com/tipsheet/rebec...uit-against-twitter-ban-is-dismissed-n2606898
 

sdms96825

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With allegations of the Democrats stealing the last election still in the air, and proof of such coming out of state hearings in Arizona and elsewhere, Elon Musk touched a nerve.

????????
Phoenician here. WTH are you talking about? The state hearings found exactly the opposite!
 
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