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We have heard that Yahoo is worried that Facebook could swoop in at the last minute and beat it to the buzzer. If the Instagram acquisition was any indication, then we shouldn’t doubt Zuckerberg’s salesmanship. Karp is said to have a close relationship with Facebook and was recently spotted at the Facebook Home launch. Facebook could use the much needed younger 18-to-24 year old demographic, something it (successfully) tried to acquire with Instagram. A Facebook spokesperson declined to comment.
Ugh. I highly doubt that anyone who actually uses Tumblr wants it bought by Yahoo!, Facebook or Microsoft. I know I don’t…
The legislative changes that LaPierre supported as the NRA’s chief lobbyist in the mid-1980s opened the door to the import of military-surplus weapons, which effectively had been banned for two decades. The legislation helped make a new, more powerful class of firearms more readily available to civilian gun owners and begin to shift the profile of American gun ownership.
The arms deal put together by Vos’s company — a $58 million venture to import 50-year-old American-made M-1 rifles from South Korea back to the United States — proved so lucrative that other gun merchants immediately tried to follow its lead. Other importers would seek to bring in more military weapons, not just American but also foreign-made arms such as Russian Kalashnikovs and Israeli Uzis, and new business associations sprang up to represent their interests in Washington.
In case you didn’t think “brown people are terrorists, white people are mentally ill” was a valid observation, here is someone who believes exactly that.
Ted Kaczynski and Timothy McVeigh didn’t even use guns!!!!
Also, this dude was the host of THE LOVE CONNECTION and LINGO. Further evidence that game show hosts are the worst sort of people.
I’m not sure what’s more ridiculous: that people actually think like Woolery or that anyone f*cking cares what a game show host thinks.