Damon's an action star but McKenzie's younger and there was that time Jim Gordon punched that guy's face off* so it could go either way.
This was considered satire in the year 2018— Cani the second (@CanibalSuicune2) January 30, 2022
I'm fucking dead pic.twitter.com/sazpTtMsY5
Not a cult https://t.co/a30J9U3pmX— luis carruthers (@orthereaboot) January 23, 2022
Before the housing market went bust, many people celebrated subprime mortgage lending as a way to open up the housing market to those who had been historically locked out, similar to crypto and investing now. https://t.co/Uzv6JuB0Dx— maxwell (@maxwellstrachan) January 29, 2022
"Blockchain technology is revolutionizing our economy, sports and entertainment, the art world, and how we engage with one another.”— Grady Booch (@Grady_Booch) January 29, 2022
Respectfully, @KingJames, blockchain is doing none of those things.
You give it vastly more power that it has or ever will. https://t.co/05QnLX0RcO
Conflict of interest much? There's a reason we don't have vertically integrated market markers, clearing houses, and brokers with their own prop trading division. This is tossing out everything we've learned about fraud deterrence. https://t.co/rEoS8O0WxB— Stephen Diehl (@smdiehl) January 29, 2022
Yeah, I'm officially calling this as the next big grift. Private equity guys are going to have a field day corporate raiding and pivoting zombie companies into crypto pump shops.https://t.co/QhP96d2Cba— Stephen Diehl (@smdiehl) January 27, 2022
Unsure if this is a grift, parody, or a joke gone to its natural extreme. In the meantime, someone should sell these bozos IP address NFTs. Starting with 192.168.1.1— Miguel “mask and vax” de Icaza (@migueldeicaza) January 30, 2022
It is the anti-open source: “The web reimagined”: every time a user hits reload, creators of different libraries, designs and colors are remunerated! Also, it takes 20 minutes to reload the page as multiple blockchains settle payments, oh and we burn 10 acres of forest.— Miguel “mask and vax” de Icaza (@migueldeicaza) January 30, 2022
And you wonder why I have so much trouble with the people pushing crypto. My critique was focused on a clear weakness in their proposal, but their only reply was an ageist ad hominem attack.— Scott Jenson (@scottjenson) January 30, 2022
It doesn't take long for the depth of their character to become blindingly obvious. pic.twitter.com/tCkugWWRUu
We live in hell :) pic.twitter.com/KjJE8rYZKW— Julia Claire (@ohJuliatweets) January 25, 2022
I got an email last month from a marketing agency wanting me to promote a yassified NFT series for the girls and the gays… any influencer promoting this is getting paid to https://t.co/gAlSMr0EK2— Natalie Wynn (@ContraPoints) January 25, 2022
Rogers is a member of Oath Keepers, an anti-government militia organization whose members took part in the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Since being elected, her rhetoric has become increasingly extreme, including comparing herself to Kyle Rittenhouse and indicating agreement with the white supremacist Great Replacement conspiracy theory, and she has appeared on a webcast that promotes hate speech. In October 2021, Rogers spoke at a QAnon-linked political conference in Las Vegas.
First as tragedy then as farce https://t.co/OTgxCsXKd2— Stephen Diehl (@smdiehl) January 28, 2022
As long as we’re being “very conservative” in our valuation of these ape JPEGs I’m sure it will be fine. https://t.co/tirH0GceG0— Ben McKenzie (@ben_mckenzie) January 29, 2022
Never Take Crypto's Name in Vein pic.twitter.com/OIScELN2DZ— Ryan Long (@ryanlongcomedy) January 31, 2022
I honestly don't know if this is a joke.
*Admittedly, it wasn't that well attached but still a cool scene.
What about selling a TARDIS in the metaverse? Or Hilbert's Grand Hotel? There would literally be no upper bound to the subletting opportunities. https://t.co/UnwxwggPzP— Mark Palko (@MarkPalko1) January 30, 2022