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Title
23018
Cat named after Notorious B.I.G. shot multiple times — and survives
12152
It's better with the lights off
25603
TIL Thomas Jefferson was Deist, the belief that a God created the universe but hasn't interfered with it since.
14174
Natalia Dyer is a real human
12584
grab em by the waddle
63044
Clay sculpture a friend of mine made
11096
Bottle Brush Trees, Jian Chong Min, Watercolor, ca. 1990.
13133
College basketball player gets injured, but still scores.
19401
Lord, I hate reading...
12827
Don't argue with your family about Trump, today. Argue about Andrew Jackson.
46004
Happy Thanksgiving!
7399
'We're not lazy, we're old': 71-year-old worker at Costco wins right to sit on the job - Montreal
8990
The fact that this plane doesn't land
69562
I just met you but I think I love you
4773
GoPro camera captures swarm of angry hornets attacking Louisiana exterminator????
25772
Police Were Told To Keep Roy Moore Away From High School Cheerleaders, Retired Officer Says
30721
Cloudflare Might Be Exploring a Way To Slow Down FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's Home Internet Speeds
9389
Friendsgiving
23346
A Magical Fart
28306
post apocaliptic Mario world...
17713
2meirl4meirl
14663
Justice League poster
6946
My mom discovered BitMoji's the other day..
10193
Me trying to explain why Comcast wants to roll back net neutrality
3546
butts out guys
11296
Making friends!
12087
It did get a little crazy last night
26323
Former fighting bull gets a brushing
5941
It's called the Lonesome Lake - in the White Mountains National Forest, New Hampshire [OC][3000x2000]
26120
elderly homophobes..
13643
NSFW (Slightly NSFW) Man says to his wife that he is going golfing. She gets upset because she thought they would spend the day together.
13378
Super recognizers, who have an uncanny ability to recognize faces, pay greater attention to the nose than other people
7790
When the deceased at a funeral didn’t tell anyone he had a twin and everyone sees his twin for the first time
13877
One day, that “secret family recipe” will just be that recipe their ancestor looked up online years ago and everybody liked.
49275
Happy Thanksgiving from Barry
7900
I AM VENGEANCE !
9899
Never give up
11010
Guide to stir-frying
16665
"Are you ready, kids?"
7360
tfw thanksgiving break is almost over and school is approaching
6442 Iamabioticgod >Martin Shkreli, the former pharmaceutical executive who is awaiting sentencing for a fraud conviction, was sent to jail on Wednesday after a federal judge found that he presented a threat to the community because he had offered money for a strand of Hillary Clinton’s hair.
2563 Slummish Yeah, when you're out on bail awaiting sentencing for another conviction, your best bet is to sit at home quietly and stfu.
931 I_am_great1334 u/martinshkreli Care to explain yourself? Oh wait...
338 _amnesiac This will probably get buried but whatever. I worked in pharma for a long time and what he did at Turing is the fucking blueprint for that entire industry. Jack up the price, stick the insurance companies with the bill (which of course will trickle down to the consumer), and then subsidize the co-payment for the patient so you look like the good guy ("Hey, your insurance is paying $25,000 per month for this, but we're gonna cover your $40 co pay!"). Finally, give it away for free to a miniscule percentage of people for the good press. That's what he did. That's what we did. Thats what hundreds of others do. The only reason Shkrelli got any lasting heat is because he's a young guy who went into full WWE villain mode once he started getting some attention. Usually, once a price gouging story runs some old white CEO comes out with a bullshit statement heavily vetted by our corporate lawyers about how we're committed to helping patients, and it goes away with the rest of the news cycle in 48 hours. It happened to companies I worked for multiple times, and every time the heat was off within a day or two Martin was drawing prolonged negative attention to the entire healthcare industry during an election year simply because he wouldnt shut up, which in turn was creating a dialogue with the Dems in Washington about drug pricing reform during a time when Clinton was way ahead in the polls, which in turn was negatively affecting the markets, which in turn was causing a lot of rich and powerful people to lose a lot of money. It was only a matter of time before he got jailed or worse for what he was single handedly responsible for in that industry over that time. Don't get me wrong, jailing Shkreli is a good start, but he is just the scapegoat for an incredibly fucked up industry. There are others in that industry making a lot more money than him while exploiting a much bigger (and sicker) patient population, and nobody knows their names.
653 FiddleFoddle >Mr. Shkreli, dressed in a lavender button-down shirt, was animated for much of the hearing, as he had been throughout his trial. But his behavior changed when Judge Matsumoto said that she had decided to jail him, and he sat quietly at the defense table for the rest of the hearing. lol, best part of the article. I could actually picture it.
121 peasantrebellion Put him in one of the 36 Chambers.
26 bugboi He shouldn't have disrespected the Wu Tang clan
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