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Feb 14Liked by Liz Dye

You can call Musk’s platform “Xitter”—pronounced “shitter.” I picked this up from The Status Kuo.

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Feb 14Liked by Liz Dye

It must be frustrating for this guy. However much money he makes, however many companies he tanks and/or buys, however many people he ruins, however many rockets he pays actually competent people to launch with his name on them...

... he’s still Elon Musk.

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Feb 14Liked by Liz Dye

I've often scanned for your byline at 'Above The Law's and 'Wonkette' in order to enjoy the humorous and talented use of your journo-legal scalpel. Technically, I follow you on Xitter, but, yeah....

Thank you for writing your substack. Yours is high-priority reading both for timely insight and explanation but also for shear entertainment. (Particular thanks this morning for introducing 'Gawker' as a verb.)

You write good stuff -- please keep it up!

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Feb 14Liked by Liz Dye

Want to know how to make a million dollars in Twitter stock?

Buy the company for $44 billion.

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Feb 14Liked by Liz Dye

When I think of woke companies I definitely think of Disney. 🙄

This is a great breakdown of what these toddlers in need of a nap are currently upset about.

I finally deleted my twitter last week. Most of my friends left a while ago anyway.

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I guess alienating her coworkers, and creating a hostile work environment had nothing to do with why Gina Carano was terminated.

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Another great column.

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Feb 14Liked by Liz Dye

We're doomed...

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Summary: They're called Legal “opinions” because it's just legal bullshit. 🙄

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So what was your intention? Please explain in great detail your intention.

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Fuck you, little nazi elon.

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I'm under the impression--perhaps wrongly--that when a corporation is sold to an outside party, the buyer assumes the outstanding liabilities but is not entitled to future income if there are no outstanding receivables from a customer, i.e. the contract terms are fulfilled at the closing of the sale.

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