Using Facebook to impersonate others abuses that trust and makes people feel less safe and secure when using our services. Indeed, as we have observed at Facebook, such deceptive actions are often used to further harmful conduct, such as trolling, hate speech, scams and bullying and even domestic violence. — Facebook is mad at the DEA for catfishing during a criminal investigation.
After signing the executive order, Obama confessed his credit card was rejected last month at a restaurant in New York during his trip to the U.N. General Assembly.
'It turned out I don't use it enough,' Obama said. 'They thought there was some fraud going on. Fortunately, Michelle had hers.' — Michelle Obama: Eats turnips, saves Barack from credit card fails.
I want to use myself as an example just so people have the sense of the science here. I shook hands with, hugged, and kissed—not the doctors, but a couple of the nurses—at Emory because of the valiant work that they did in treating one of the patients. — President Obama on Ebola. He isn’t worried.
Mark Zuckerberg just donated more money to Ebola than China, Canada, and France combined.
Those are some deep blue-jean pockets.
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