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Is that Hulk raking in the money and then super happy about it?

Growing up, Hulk was always around town. We'd go somewhere and people would be like, "Hulk eats here." Or we'd drive around and my parents would say, "That's Hulk's house."

More like taking that money and destroying Gawker media. The appeal fee is $50 million, so I don't think they can even afford to appeal. They deserve it. There's some testimony of one of the editors. It's about 40 minutes long, the guy keeps lying, and Hulk's attorney takes him to the mat every single time.

 

That little tidbit is awesome...though it unfortunately may have the opposite effect these days.

Really? The lawyer has flat out said they're going to appeal. It's all over the St. Petersburg paper today. Besides, companies like this have insurance for just these kind of cases. They're not on the hook for $110 million, the insurance company is.
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Is that Hulk raking in the money and then super happy about it?

Growing up, Hulk was always around town. We'd go somewhere and people would be like, "Hulk eats here." Or we'd drive around and my parents would say, "That's Hulk's house."

More like taking that money and destroying Gawker media. The appeal fee is $50 million, so I don't think they can even afford to appeal. They deserve it. There's some testimony of one of the editors. It's about 40 minutes long, the guy keeps lying, and Hulk's attorney takes him to the mat every single time.

 

That little tidbit is awesome...though it unfortunately may have the opposite effect these days.

Really? The lawyer has flat out said they're going to appeal. It's all over the St. Petersburg paper today. Besides, companies like this have insurance for just these kind of cases. They're not on the hook for $110 million, the insurance company is.

 

 

That insurance company covers $110 million in liability? That's one hell of a policy if true.

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Is that Hulk raking in the money and then super happy about it?

Growing up, Hulk was always around town. We'd go somewhere and people would be like, "Hulk eats here." Or we'd drive around and my parents would say, "That's Hulk's house."

More like taking that money and destroying Gawker media. The appeal fee is $50 million, so I don't think they can even afford to appeal. They deserve it. There's some testimony of one of the editors. It's about 40 minutes long, the guy keeps lying, and Hulk's attorney takes him to the mat every single time.

 

That little tidbit is awesome...though it unfortunately may have the opposite effect these days.

Really? The lawyer has flat out said they're going to appeal. It's all over the St. Petersburg paper today. Besides, companies like this have insurance for just these kind of cases. They're not on the hook for $110 million, the insurance company is.

That insurance company covers $110 million in liability? That's one hell of a policy if true.

Well, I'm not sure, but most businesses have policies for instances like this.
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Is that Hulk raking in the money and then super happy about it?

Growing up, Hulk was always around town. We'd go somewhere and people would be like, "Hulk eats here." Or we'd drive around and my parents would say, "That's Hulk's house."

More like taking that money and destroying Gawker media. The appeal fee is $50 million, so I don't think they can even afford to appeal. They deserve it. There's some testimony of one of the editors. It's about 40 minutes long, the guy keeps lying, and Hulk's attorney takes him to the mat every single time.

 

That little tidbit is awesome...though it unfortunately may have the opposite effect these days.

Really? The lawyer has flat out said they're going to appeal. It's all over the St. Petersburg paper today. Besides, companies like this have insurance for just these kind of cases. They're not on the hook for $110 million, the insurance company is.

That insurance company covers $110 million in liability? That's one hell of a policy if true.
Well, I'm not sure, but most businesses have policies for instances like this.
I doubt they cover that much money.

 

There is NO way that Gawker isn't hurting over this.

 

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Well, what do I know. I don't even know what Gawker is. Never heard of it before.

The run Kotaku, Gizmodo, Lifehacker, and...Jezebel.

 

They're probably one of the most hypocritical and asinine journalism empires in western society.

 

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Honestly, I've never heard of any of those 4 either. I guess I don't Internet.

I have heard of the terms Kotaku and Lifehacker, but the fine details? Clueless. I suppose that means that I also do not internet. ((Outside of my own circles, I don't venture far.))

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Honestly, I've never heard of any of those 4 either. I guess I don't Internet.

I have heard of the terms Kotaku and Lifehacker, but the fine details? Clueless. I suppose that means that I also do not internet. ((Outside of my own circles, I don't venture far.))
They aren't terms, they're internet journalism giants. Lifehacker writes articles on general tips and tricks of everyday life, where Kotaku is a gaming journalism site with a heavy SJW, anti-gamer bias. Well, all of Gawker has that bias really.

 

The thing that infuriates me about Gawker is, though, they released Hulk Hogan's sex tape and wrote lurid articles about it and yet when "the happening" occurred they shamed anyone who even looked at the leaked photographs. The hypocrisy runs deep with them.

 

So, let em burn as far as I'm concerned

 

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I've heard of life hacks, but not that specific website. Odd.

I may be wrong, but I think they coined it? I could be wrong, so somebody speak up if I am.

 

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My friends introduced me to Pink Floyd this week. I was vaguely aware of the band's existence, but had never heard any of their music. I am now a fan. (I wish I wasn't broke so I could buy some of their music, but until my current school bills are paid off, I'll have to live with YouTube.)

What is wrong with you, not knowing about the greatness that is Pink Floyd?!?!

 

Go listen to The Wall, Darkside of the Moon, Animals, and Wish You Were Here right now.

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My friends introduced me to Pink Floyd this week. I was vaguely aware of the band's existence, but had never heard any of their music. I am now a fan. (I wish I wasn't broke so I could buy some of their music, but until my current school bills are paid off, I'll have to live with YouTube.)

What is wrong with you, not knowing about the greatness that is Pink Floyd?!?!

 

Go listen to The Wall, Darkside of the Moon, Animals, and Wish You Were Here right now.

It's clear that he had become comfortably numb.

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My friends introduced me to Pink Floyd this week. I was vaguely aware of the band's existence, but had never heard any of their music. I am now a fan. (I wish I wasn't broke so I could buy some of their music, but until my current school bills are paid off, I'll have to live with YouTube.)

What is wrong with you, not knowing about the greatness that is Pink Floyd?!?!

Go listen to The Wall, Darkside of the Moon, Animals, and Wish You Were Here right now.

It's clear that he had become comfortably numb.

He'll have to fill the Empty Spaces with their music now.

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My friends introduced me to Pink Floyd this week. I was vaguely aware of the band's existence, but had never heard any of their music. I am now a fan. (I wish I wasn't broke so I could buy some of their music, but until my current school bills are paid off, I'll have to live with YouTube.)

What is wrong with you, not knowing about the greatness that is Pink Floyd?!?!

Go listen to The Wall, Darkside of the Moon, Animals, and Wish You Were Here right now.

It's clear that he had become comfortably numb.
He'll have to fill the Empty Spaces with their music now.

Certainly. He won't need no walls around him. And hopefully he won't need no drugs to calm him.

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My friends introduced me to Pink Floyd this week. I was vaguely aware of the band's existence, but had never heard any of their music. I am now a fan. (I wish I wasn't broke so I could buy some of their music, but until my current school bills are paid off, I'll have to live with YouTube.)

What is wrong with you, not knowing about the greatness that is Pink Floyd?!?!

Go listen to The Wall, Darkside of the Moon, Animals, and Wish You Were Here right now.

It's clear that he had become comfortably numb.
He'll have to fill the Empty Spaces with their music now.
Certainly. He won't need no walls around him. And hopefully he won't need no drugs to calm him.
He better be careful though, else he'll have to Run Like Hell.

 

 

(And now I want to listen to The Wall again. Not like I've listened to it enough already, but how can you not want to listen to the entire album?)

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My friends introduced me to Pink Floyd this week. I was vaguely aware of the band's existence, but had never heard any of their music. I am now a fan. (I wish I wasn't broke so I could buy some of their music, but until my current school bills are paid off, I'll have to live with YouTube.)

That just makes me feel old. That was a band I grew up with all through school into college.

They were even still big in the 90's despite no Roger Waters. Everyone I knew in college had "The Division Bell", let alone The Wall or Dark Side of the Moon.

 

Always liked this one which isn't as well known.

 

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I've been meaning to listen to The Division Bell, but with no Roger Waters I've been putting it off.

 

I have "found" Animals again though, and I have to say I forgot how good of an album it is.

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