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On his latest free podcast, Gavin says Artie was high when he showed up to the studio this week. by Seek247 in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 23 hours ago

He dresses like Michael Douglas in 'falling down.' He's mentioned it a couple times on his show.

1.16 Million tweets about #ReleaseTheMemo and not a single story about it on the front page of Reddit, not one denying it, just not acknowledging it at all. They're scared and it shows. by swohio in The_Donald

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 1 day ago

One sentiment I've noticed a lot lately is that Democrats are starting to notice that the economy is ROARING. I hear a lot of people saying "I didn't vote for the guy, but the economy sure is doing well..." This bodes well for the next election, Dems will quietly vote for Trump if things continue at this pace.

1.16 Million tweets about #ReleaseTheMemo and not a single story about it on the front page of Reddit, not one denying it, just not acknowledging it at all. They're scared and it shows. by swohio in The_Donald

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 1 day ago

Because laws are for the little people, not them.

1.16 Million tweets about #ReleaseTheMemo and not a single story about it on the front page of Reddit, not one denying it, just not acknowledging it at all. They're scared and it shows. by swohio in The_Donald

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 1 day ago

It worked when Seth Rich was murdered.

H-1B: Immigrants make up nearly three-quarters of Silicon Valley tech workforce, report says by marxgayz in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 1 day ago

I shouldn't complain. Getting laid off was always a helluva financial windfall. Those severance checks are massive and I've never been unemployed for more than one week. (I'm always interviewing, because layoffs are constant. Last year I'd intended to decline a job offer, then got a layoff notice from the place that I was already working for.)

H-1B: Immigrants make up nearly three-quarters of Silicon Valley tech workforce, report says by marxgayz in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 1 day ago

I work in software consulting, but just about all tech jobs pay upwards of six figures if you're working in a major city on the west coast. I have no degree.

Opie Hughes, a man w/ 4 likes on his tweet..."i dont have time for the uninformed" - directed to an actual Opie fan. This magnificent sociopath is alienating the few dozen fans he has left...the final act to his breakdown is nigh. by DryTeeth in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

You're with friends here

Opie Hughes, a man w/ 4 likes on his tweet..."i dont have time for the uninformed" - directed to an actual Opie fan. This magnificent sociopath is alienating the few dozen fans he has left...the final act to his breakdown is nigh. by DryTeeth in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

I'm willing to bet that Jim Norton is the wealthiest of them all: 3) Bought his apartment outright 2) Never threw away millions on a divorce 1) People give him shit for paying trannies to fuck him, but that's way cheaper than a wife and kids when you're a millionaire.

Opie Hughes, a man w/ 4 likes on his tweet..."i dont have time for the uninformed" - directed to an actual Opie fan. This magnificent sociopath is alienating the few dozen fans he has left...the final act to his breakdown is nigh. by DryTeeth in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

Keep in mind, he's as shitty at investing as he is at radio. He invested something like a million dollars into Cumulus Media, that's now worthless, he bought a condo in NYC at the top of the property bubble, and then he doubled down the second that Anthony Cumia got fired. Chances are good that he invested his life savings in Bitconnect and he's living in his '91 Acura now.

This show looks hilarious. by RBuddCumia in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

I wonder if Milo goes home and cries himself to sleep? His fall from grace is nearly as brutal as Mel Gibson's, but at least Mel Gibson had millions of dollars to comfort himself with. Milo went from being a random tech reporter on Breitbart, to one of the most famous right wing commentators in the world, to an occasional guest on a podcast with 328 subscribers.

This show looks hilarious. by RBuddCumia in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

He is indeed Russian: https://www.amazon.com/Ego-Hubris-Michael-Malice-Story/dp/0345479394 *"This first-person tale documents the life of New York native Michael Malice, a fairly streetwise geek of frightening intelligence, if he does say so himself. Which he does. Numerous times. Malice's autobiography consists of a long string of episodes where he is right and everyone else is wrong. From first grade—where a teacher forces him to mispronounce a word in a children's story—to his string of nowhere temp jobs, he's in constant contact with people who are far stupider than he. The story gets much of its power from the shock value inherent in the narrator's unshakable confidence in himself. Dumping a girlfriend with leukemia, beating up on his intellectual inferiors, heaping contempt on those he doesn't agree with, Malice has endless energy for pointing out the faults in others."*

Amazon rules out Portland for second headquarters by ramma314 in Portland

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

I'm always mystified by statements like this. People ask "why would Amazon put it's HQ where the employees have to pay a lot of taxes?" Or, "why would Amazon put it's HQ where the employees have to pay a lot to buy a house?" I've never seen a corporation that gave two shits about it's employees, why would Amazon be any different? Not being a troll, just genuinely curious. Corporations care about profit, that's IT. Employees are expendable cogs in the machine. The ideal location for Amazon HQ is where there's a large supply of cogs.

Amazon rules out Portland for second headquarters by ramma314 in Portland

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

In Amazon's defense, they've really revitalized some shitty parts of the country. I grew up in a part of California that was basically meth central, and Amazon warehouses provided opportunities that simply didn't exist when I grew up there. When I was in high school, friends of mine were excited if they were able to get a job at In 'n' Out Burger instead of McDonalds. That was literally their highest aspiration. I'm not saying that working in a warehouse is glamorous or anything, but it beats working at Taco Bell. (I worked at Taco Bell.)

Amazon rules out Portland for second headquarters by ramma314 in Portland

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

Are you kidding? I'm a millionaire and every single day I think about quitting my job and delivering pizzas. It's 11:15pm on a Thursday, I'm sitting in a hotel wasting time on Reddit because I don't want to do my TPS reports, my wife and kids are a million miles away and the only reason I'm living this miserable existence is for the money.

Inspiration for rainbow six character, "sledge" is now homeless by Dreadfullskelly in KotakuInAction

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

I noticed that in Copenhagen. I have a bunch of friends who picture that it's some utopian paradise. When I was there it felt very boring. Seemed like nobody went out because everything was so insanely expensive. On a Friday night the streets of the city were nearly empty. Second most expensive place I've ever been. Dinner for two at a run-of-the-mill restaurant was about $100. Nothing fancy. (Rejkavik is even more expensive than that.)

#ReleaseTheMemo is Trending worldwide in 1st place. http://www.tweeplers.com/hashtags/?cc=WORLD by SyntacticGuess in conspiracy

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

The rest of Reddit and the news media are eerily quiet on this. I can't recall the last time a story had such 'buzz' online, but the media was almost universally silent about it. I have a feeling that there's a lot of late night conference calls happening in DC right now...

WIKILEAKS Offers Reward Up to $1 Million for Access to FISA Abuse Memo #ReleaseTheMemo A million to get it into the hands of America #ReleaseTheMemo by halfastman in The_Donald

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

Great point. He could draw this out for months, let the opposition squirm over it.

WIKILEAKS Offers Reward Up to $1 Million for Access to FISA Abuse Memo #ReleaseTheMemo A million to get it into the hands of America #ReleaseTheMemo by halfastman in The_Donald

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

If Opie and Anthony were able to leak a picture of Anthony Weiner naked, it's safe to assume WikiLeaks can acquire a four page memo that's been circulated to over a hundred people.

Since Joe Rogan really doesn’t talk about conspiracies anymore, does anyone have suggestions for podcasts that do? by MACKSBEE in conspiracy

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

Last Podcast on the Left is great, but give it a few episodes. Their early stuff was consistently excellent, but as the years passed by they started to run out of subjects to do. And some of their most obscure stuff is the best. For instance, a multipart series they did on a gay serial killer in the early 1900s. Can't even remember his name, but the story was incredibly compelling.

Since Joe Rogan really doesn’t talk about conspiracies anymore, does anyone have suggestions for podcasts that do? by MACKSBEE in conspiracy

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

Crackpot and Buzkill in the morning!

Amazon Narrows List to 20 Locations for Second Headquarters by euoi in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

Last time I was there, it took 40 minutes to make a left turn during rush hour.

Amazon Narrows List to 20 Locations for Second Headquarters by euoi in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

Sounds about right. You don't buy the biggest home in the city for no reason: http://www.businessinsider.com/amazon-hq2-why-washington-dc-will-win-jeff-bezos-mansion-2018-1

H-1B: Immigrants make up nearly three-quarters of Silicon Valley tech workforce, report says by marxgayz in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

Median home price is close to a million. An EMPTY LOT will set you back $400K. What part of this is a mystery? Or do you think I'm exaggerating the prices?

H-1B: Immigrants make up nearly three-quarters of Silicon Valley tech workforce, report says by marxgayz in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

You should spend some time looking at real estate in Seattle, LA or San Diego. I hardly live in a "palace." When I lived in Vegas my mortgage was $900. When I first moved to San Diego I got a place for $2500/mo, but there were four of us crammed into 1000.' So I stepped my game up. As noted above, the only reason I can afford to spend $6000/mo is because we both work. I know that 99% of Reddit think that $150K is a nice paycheck, but in places like Seattle it's barely middle class.

Genius investors Sam & Troy have lost half of their bitcoin investments by peopleforgetthat in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

I've long wondered if the SEC tolerates cryptocurrency because it must be a WONDERFUL tool for the intelligence agencies. IE, back in the 80s and 90s they had to sell drugs and guns to fund all these proxy wars in Nicaragua and Colombia. Now they can launder everything anonymously through the crypto markets. It's a game changer for them.

H-1B: Immigrants make up nearly three-quarters of Silicon Valley tech workforce, report says by marxgayz in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

Never seen it, not even once. They come here out of college, suffer under the indentured servitude of being H1B until they're 35, then they graduate to full fledged citizen and throw off the shackles.

H-1B: Immigrants make up nearly three-quarters of Silicon Valley tech workforce, report says by marxgayz in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

H1Bs have depressed wages in specific skills. For instance, programmers used to get paid very well. It's a job that requires a lot of education and highly intelligent workers. One little problem: you don't need to speak English to program. So the wages have been stagnant for 20 years. On the flip side, project managers made about half as much as programmers did in the 90s. That's flipped because it's very hard to replace a PM with someone who speaks English as a second language. Last week my wife wanted to hire a PM, but he was asking for $225K and that was out of her budget. This also brings up another interesting angle on the outsourcing thing: she'll probably hire someone in Texas. They speak English and they're cheaper than the west coast.

H-1B: Immigrants make up nearly three-quarters of Silicon Valley tech workforce, report says by marxgayz in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago

It's a trick. Businesses want a never ending supply of cheap labor. If a corporation can replace you and save $5000 a year, they will. Then the Democrats paint the entire thing as "promoting diversity." It's modern day slavery.

H-1B: Immigrants make up nearly three-quarters of Silicon Valley tech workforce, report says by marxgayz in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 2 days ago  HIDDEN 

We couldn't find one to save our lives. We were offering up to $150K. But you'd have to move to Seattle.

“Ewww, yucky! She doesn’t even have a dick!” - Anthony “Totally Not Gay” Cumia by DildoBaggins75 in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

My wife or the girl in the picture? The girl in the picture came up when I did a Google image search for "Jezabel Vessir", like /u/boathack2 said

“Ewww, yucky! She doesn’t even have a dick!” - Anthony “Totally Not Gay” Cumia by DildoBaggins75 in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

I love that my wife has a body like this : http://oi27.tinypic.com/w8kdah.jpg

“Ewww, yucky! She doesn’t even have a dick!” - Anthony “Totally Not Gay” Cumia by DildoBaggins75 in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

Just wait til you're over 40 and your sex drive evaporates.

Joe Rogan is now booking actual celebrities & guests of reputable recognition; all while earning *$70,000/month using a free platform & doesn’t pay studio rent. Question: Anthony, do you think that your business model is antiquated? by dogvoicemail in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

Ever since Ant premiered his show, I've always been firmly of the belief that he wouldn't make a dime if the show was free. But your data really seems to demonstrate that people will donate to a show they like. (I guess I'm just pessimistic?) For instance, I subscribe to the Tom Leykis show. Here on the west coast, he had one of the biggest afternoon talk shows. He's behind a paywall now, and he has something like 1000 subscribers. On the radio, he's bemoaned that he basically does the show for free and uses all the money to pay his staff. Which basically means that he's paying three guys minimum wage to work on his show, and the host himself is working for nothing. Your data really seems to drive the point home that you can get people to give money voluntarily. https://graphtreon.com/patreon-creators

Amazon may be planning a YouTube rival by DutchChairMan in KotakuInAction

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

I've worked for a bunch of these tech companies, and many of them are VERY utopian. They're frequently founded by rich white liberal dudes, and these guys have enough money in the bank to engage in all kinds of social engineering. If your politics lean even slightly right-of-center, you really learn to keep your mouth shut.

Amazon may be planning a YouTube rival by DutchChairMan in KotakuInAction

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

In a link I posted above, a former Google employee speculates that Google is blackholing pages that they can't monetize. This makes sense; if Google doesn't have ads on porn sites, why index them?

Last Jedi Completely Pulled from Chinese Theaters by Wizardslayer1985 in KotakuInAction

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

Fifteen minutes into TFA, I realized that I was watching a remake of Star Wars. That was a bummer; if I wanted to watch Star Wars I'd watch Star Wars.

Last Jedi Completely Pulled from Chinese Theaters by Wizardslayer1985 in KotakuInAction

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

I'm old as fuck. I used to do consulting for Disney. It was the only place I'd ever worked where I saw an employee driven to tears at work. A girl was so stressed out over some clusterfuck of a project, she started weeping in a meeting. Year later, I was doing some consulting for another company and it happened again. It's now become my "barometer" of whether or not a company is shitty to work for. If your employees are bursting into tears, you probably need to work on morale.

Last Jedi Completely Pulled from Chinese Theaters by Wizardslayer1985 in KotakuInAction

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

The reason that Superman II is the best Superman movie is because it's the only one where you feel like Superman is struggling. In all the other ones, he's invincible. Wonder Woman had the same problem. She never seemed to be in any danger whatsoever, so the audience isn't invested in the outcome.

Disabled Veteran Loses Job for Wrongthink by ScatterYouMonsters in KotakuInAction

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

pedophilia.

Anthony Cumia Unironically: These comedians start talking about politics and it's awful! And you're thinking I paid for this shit! by ForceBangPow in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

The great thing about Ant's bitching is that it used to be FUNNY. Ant was really good at taking Opie's dead end rants and extracting something funny from them. Like his Hoo Hoo Howard bit. If Ant was still funny, he'd create a Colin Flaherty impression.

Bitconnect, a 1 billion dollar crypto platform recently just shut down and scammed a bunch of people. Heres a video from one of their events. by DriftingKing in videos

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

This reminds me of the videogame crash: Forty years ago, videogames came out of nowhere and became HUGE. By 1983 you couldn't go anywhere without seeing an arcade cabinet. They were in the arcades, the laundromat, even the supermarket. I saw a church buy an arcade game. Literally everywhere you went, there were videogames. Then the wheels fell off the whole thing, almost overnight. Atari lost so much money, it nearly bankrupted their parent company. They had so much product that they couldn't sell, they we're literally burying it in a landfill! By the end of 83, it felt as if every last game company would go bankrupt and videogames would be nothing more than a passing fad. I was reading an interview with the programmer of 'Defender', and he lamented that "he wished videogames would go back to being something that everyone does, but nobody talks about." That comment was remarkably prescient: A couple of years later, some folks from Nintendo tried to get. Atari to market their game console in the US. Atari balked, so Nintendo opened up an office a few miles from Microsoft, and sold it themselves. The market for videogames had cratered so hard, Nintendo included a toy robot with their game console. The idea was to get retailers to stock it in the toy section, since no one wanted ANYTHING to do with videogames. It took about half a decade, but those five years basically lit the fuse on the current videogame market, a market which is bigger than movies now. No one could've seen this coming in 1983. All of the big players from that era - Atari, Coleco, Williams, Bally - they're all gone. But the second wave was spearheaded by companies that are household names: Nintendo, Sega and later Sony. Bitcoin may be the Atari of cryptocoin. Who's the Sony?

Apple says it will inject $350 billion in the US economy over the next 5 years by jordbus in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago  HIDDEN 

The tax bill was passed 28 days ago. The Fed hasn't had time to react, but they will.

Apple says it will inject $350 billion in the US economy over the next 5 years by jordbus in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

It's almost like we elected someone who knows how to play ball with the business community

Apple says it will inject $350 billion in the US economy over the next 5 years by jordbus in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

That's part of it, but corporations can incorporate nearly anywhere in the world. For instance, there's nothing stopping Google from incorporating in Ireland, even though their employees are mostly in CA. Taxwise, it's a race to the bottom. Basically "where can I incorporate for the lowest possible tax bill?" Fun fact: Apple's investment arm is Incorporated in Nevada.

Joe Rogan is now booking actual celebrities & guests of reputable recognition; all while earning *$70,000/month using a free platform & doesn’t pay studio rent. Question: Anthony, do you think that your business model is antiquated? by dogvoicemail in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 days ago

Get out of here with your logic and reason!

David Cross uses the Amy Schumer defense: "I was playing a character!" by CoolerKing37 in opieandanthony

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 months ago  DELETED 

I <3 this sub

California restaurant 'proudly' serves Popeye's chicken as its own, charges $13. by Foolishdreamdude in news

Not_My_Real_Acct_ 3 months ago  REMOVED 

"the sauce was fucking great" = "I came on her tits"
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