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Ancient Egyptians were more EUROPEAN than African

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Video inside Youtube Demonetizes All MGTOW Content, Facebook and Twitter Start Banning

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what is MGTOW:

Men Going Their Own Way (MGTOW /ˈmɪɡtaʊ/) is a mostly pseudonymous online community of men supported by websites and social media presences cautioning men against serious romantic relationships with women, especially marriage. The community is part of what is more broadly termed the manosphere.

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top 10 most terrifying deep sea creatures

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| By messy marv stan - 6 hours ago

1. Frilled Shark

Frilled Shark usually found thousands of feet below the surface. They are very similar to sharks but they have very dangerous three pointed teeth

2. Viperfish

Viperfish is generally characterized by its long needle-like teeth. They can grow up to 30 to 60 cm. It is one of the terrifying deep sea creatures found inside the sea. Viperfish usually found below the sea in the daytime and it will go very deep at night

3. Stargazer fish

Stargazer fish are usually known for their unique way of attacking. They bury themselves inside the sea and waits till the fish to swim right over them and at that point they come up and eat them. Now you are thinking why they are terrifying? Please look at the picture

4. Gulper Eel

Gulper Eel is one of the strangest looking animals in the sea. They are scientifically known as Eurypharynx pelecanoides. The mouth of the Gulper Eel is very large as compared to its body. The species have very rarely seen humans in the sea and the unique feature of the Gulper Eel is its mouth which is larger than its body

5. Giant spider crab

Giant spider crab is the largest crab that lives up to 1000 ft. deep inside the sea. Now you are thinking why they are terrifying? The answer is you ever get bitten by a normal crab. It will hurt for sure. Now see the picture and decide

6. Giant squid

The giant squid is very large since they can grow up to 14m. They are equivalent to the size of the five-story building. They are terrifying because it is believed that they eat small whale

7. Goblin shark

One of the ugliest animals in the world, Goblin shark also called a “living fossil” and belongs to the family Mitsukurinidae. Goblin shark lives up to 1300 ft. deep inside the sea. They are terrifying because they can detach their whole mouth from the body in order to get its prey

8. Blue Ringed Octopus

Blue Ringed Octopus is one of the most dangerous and terrifying deep sea creature found in the sea. The venom of the Blue Ringed Octopus is extremely potent. One of the types called Glass Octopus listed as transparent animals on planet Earth. They are mostly found in Pacific and Indian Oceans and known as one of the most venomous marine animal

9. Humpback anglerfish

Humpback anglerfish are one of the terrifying deep sea creatures because of the looks. Just see the picture once. Humpback anglerfish lives up to 2000m below the sea. They used to light its prey with light from the strange antenna located at its head

10. Fangtooth fish

Fangtooth fish are the deepest living fish ever found. They can survive 5,000 meters below the sea level. The pressure at that point is 500 times than that of land. Their teeth are in proportion to their body size making them one of the terrifying deep sea creatures

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Article inside When did you know your marriage was doomed?

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| By eazy253 - 8 hours ago

It's long but worth the read.


My daughter Tina came to me one day and said, we need to talk. She had been out with friends. We live in the outer suburbs and they had gone into the main city downtown for dinner with her boyfriend on a double date.

They had finished their meal when my daughter sees her mom, my wife Michelle, dolled-up for the evening with a well-dressed man about our age.

Tina had the presence of mind to get a photo, but asked her girlfriend's boyfriend to get a closer shot by walking past them with the video running on the phone.

By the time he crossed past them, Michelle was seated with one hand clasped with his across the table.

The look in her eyes was the same hunger I recall she had with me when we first met. I thought we had a healthy, loving marriage. Clearly I was mistaken, and I was reeling.

"What are we going to do?" Tina asks.

"We aren’t doing anything. Let’s take it slow. Act like neither of us saw it. You're about to go back to college. Don't worry about it. You're covered."

"What's your plan?"

I shared what I planned to do. I had resisted a job offer for a new and important position at a firm I really liked, where two people I once worked with were now employees and I would get to work with them again, but Michelle had just started a good job in the city and it would be disruptive to make this job change now. Too much stress.

But now I was rethinking it, pretty hard.

Tina confessed she followed Michelle's lover across and down the street to his offices. He was a leasing manager for many downtown properties, one of which was Michelle's office building. Not hard to connect the dots here.

I felt like I needed to do something in Tina’s direction since this would be a huge impact and I didn’t want to leave her feeling alone.

Where Tina went to college - four hours away, was sprawled but modern, with lots of nice places to live within an hour or less of the college. I could lease an apartment for a few years, be nearer to her than I am now, she wouldn’t have to travel so far to make a visit to me, and the new job had regular travel. I wasn't looking forward to getting back on the road - I'd spent a few years already as a road warrior and didn't miss it, but the potential money was like picking fruit off trees, and I could increase my lot considerably.

Without Michelle.

I sent Tina back to college and planned my exit, and set all this in motion over the following two weeks. Michelle could not have been more oblivious. She was glowing with joy every day, and our sex life went through the roof.

I went to see a counselor when all this was over with, and he told me the increase in sex from a cheater is a natural thing. It comes from several factors.

First, her libido is running like a locomotive so she needs more release.

Second, there's this factor in cheating of the exhilaration of "getting away with it" that heightens the experience. The science behind it is kind of tricky, but basically it heightens the experience like a drug, so that sex with me would/could never match it.

So another factor of the increased sex is confirmation - she wants to know that the sex with the lover is truly better, and she's doing a comparative analysis. Not quite as scientific as that, but she's trying to see if sparks are still there, and true to form, the science of cheating will tell her - yep - her lover is a better experience. Maybe not better sex, but the exhilaration factor of cheating rests solely between his legs, not mine.

What my counselor also said, was that if we get a divorce, the cheating factor would go away and the exhilaration with it, and their sex would become plain sex. A carriage to a pumpkin - I liked it.

He also said the cheater wants to use their spouse like a practice dummy - check out new moves and techniques, perfect them with the spouse, who will be patient with them, and present them as practiced skills to their lover.

Yet another factor is their desire to be with their new love and say goodbye to their spouse, so every sexual interlude with their spouse is treated like it was their last, because the risk of getting caught was so high, it may well be their last - when they get caught, so they are having one episode after another of "goodbye sex" with their spouse, no different than a one-night stand, where the participants get as much as they can out of it because there won't be more later.

Except the cheated-on spouse doesn't know it's goodbye-sex. In my case, if I didn't know about her cheating, I would have thought our sex life was better than ever. Physically it truly was - but emotionally and mentally - it was very dark.

Another factor is gaslighting - she wants to throw me off the scent. She left late one evening to go comfort a friend, and when I challenged her on it, she accused me of cheating.

Say what?

This was a shocker and it was all I could do not to confront her with what I knew.

I found out later that cheaters use this accusatory platform as a smokescreen. They want to throw-off the accuser, make me introspect and wonder what I'm doing wrong, and my attention is moved off of her. All the symptoms were right in front of my face, but I didn't recognize them.

The counselor also told me people don't want to believe such things about people they love, so the mind deceives itself - in other words - people are deceived because they want to be lied to. They also want to be deceived because the truth is too painful

In sex, Michelle would have a quivering orgasm, many times more than one, and I thought she was happy with our sex life. But I can't count how many times she would - after sex - cuddle with me for a few minutes, harden her voice, and spend ten or more minutes in a whining dissertation on "everything wrong with me" - not the sex part - practically everything else.

I thought it was some weird effect of coming down off the orgasm. It was a lot worse than that.

I learned that - a woman wants to feel close before she has sex - and a man has sex to feel close. In other words, sex is how a man shows affection to his wife. If he's not showing his affection in sex, where does he show affection at all?

But Michelle, in giving me that speech, she was giving me the sex but denying me the afterglow of affection. Whether this was deliberate, or an instinctive affect of her mind not wanting to let anyone but Tom give her affection - the outcome is the same.

I learned also that when a woman is doing this - I suppose a man has a version of it, too - she isn't expressing love for her husband through sex - she's expressing contempt. Here he's doing all he can to please her, and in her heart she wants it to come from her lover, not her husband. Sex reduces to duty. This is why she had no conscience about lambasting me right after sex - it didn't mean anything to her - at least - it was a physical release but not the mental/emotional connection. It really was like a serialized one-night stand for her. With her husband.

Back to the story. I had squared away a new place to live, accepted the new position and would start within a couple of weeks, and so far Michelle knew nothing about it, as far as I knew.

It gets weird.

So I get this email from her with the subject "Please don't leave me"

Well, this is interesting. She knows that I know? Did Tina tell her?

And when I pop it open, it starts out with a desperate plea for us to stay together. It was essentially an abbreviated diary of all the things we'd done together during and since college, and various sexual interludes with more romantic meaning to her. With each diary entry, she expressed her deep affection, and "didn't this mean something to you?"

Problem was, I wasn't all that far into the diary before I realized something was off. Dates were wrong. Places were wrong. Some places I'd never been to. Experiences I'd never had. Like she was living a parallel life in an alternative universe.

I went back to the top and re-read it in this context. It started out "when we met that day at the coffee shop" - but I had been introduced to her by a friend on the intramural fields. Not a coffee shop. Who was this intended for?

Time for a little FBI work. I discovered some interesting things about her lover Tom. He went to the same University as she and I (we met in college) and the years of attendance overlapped. He graduated before either of us, and received his masters at the same college. It means he stayed around after graduation. Near her.

She spoke of their first night together after a spontaneous meeting at a coffee shop across the street from the campus. I recalled the time frame - our first big fight. We were apart for a week and got back together. Apparently that's when her relationship with Tom started, and she had kept it in the shadows ever since. His LinkedIn profile showed he had lived within the same locale as us all our married life.

I still recall when we moved to our current home, halfway across the country, Michelle was depressed for months. She would have "episodes of happy" - and according to the diary, these were times when Tom flew out to visit as he was making arrangements to follow her to this area. Her depression wasn't from missing friends in our former locale, but from longing for him.

Learning all this had me in a total funk. Hard to describe.

And she's smart, and clearly diabolical. It got a lot worse. Tina is our only child. After I read the following, I had a paternity test done, and she's definitely my daughter. So there's that.

Michelle and I had a ton of problems getting pregnant. We went from one infertility specialist to another. She would come back from the doc's office and say they were starting a new protocol for this or that. Being as aggressive as possible. They had both of us on drugs to boost our fertility and after five years of this, Tina popped out. We didn't expect to have any more children as Tina was hard enough to pull off

But all this time, Michelle had been jumping in the hay with Tom, and was using birth control to avoid pregnancy. In her diary she essentially confessed to faking all the trips to the doctor as a smokescreen. When the pill stopped working for her - she had a bunch of side effects - she got pregnant with one of his kids, and aborted it.

I would find out later she aborted five babies, and every one of them were conceived on boundaries of us having sex. But because she was also having sex with Tom, she could not be sure who the father was, and didn't want a kid in our house as living, breathing evidence of an affair.

I asked her later if any of these kids could have been one of ours, and she said she didn't know, but aborted it anyway. There were ways to find out of course, but she didn't bother with it.

I think back to all the times we prayed together for children, and even the evenings she would sit in a chair and howl in tears for not being able to have a baby - all the while she was flushing our "family" down the toilet. Literally throwing our children in the trash.

This wasn't completely evident in the email I was reading, but enough was there to raise the questions I needed to ask. And I did, over the time since the divorce.

It occurred to me that this email wasn't sent to me intentionally. Duh.

Why would she beg me not to leave her, and give a dissertation of points - any of which would be a good reason to leave her? At the end of it, the email said, "Please call me, Tom, I'm desperate."

Ohhhhhhh. This wasn't intended for me at all. She made a mistake. And may have already discovered it, and in damage control even now.

For some odd reason. Help me. Obi-Wan Kenobi, you're our only hope --- came to mind. I needed alcohol - or maybe something stronger.

So I copied the email contents to a Word document and set it back to "unread" as though I hadn't seen it.

Michelle arrived at the house within an hour of sending the email. I greeted her cheerfully but normally. I didn't want anything in my behavior to tip her on my knowledge. Apparently it worked, or she was too upset to care, or too upset to notice at all.

When she bounded into the room, I closed the email application. This was to make it look like I hadn't seen anything yet today. I was playing the deception game, too. So weird.

She was breathless and jittery. She said she forgot her laptop and was just in-and-out of the house, how is your day, and all that. So here was her veiled reason for coming back to the house. Was she really there to attempt deleting or intercepting her email?

I was in our home office, and she was standing at the office door with her laptop against her chest, but her eyes were bloodshot and her whole being was on fire with anxiety.

She bade farewell and then acted like she “just remembered” something. Did I have the recipe she used for a dish she made some months back? She recalled I looked it up for her and sent it.

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Jokes: Leaked text messages of Kevin Durant comes out

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Lil John Opens Second school in Ghana

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His former The Celebrity Apprentice co-star might not remember who he is, but it's clear Lil Jon is doing things worthy of notice from everyone. His latest instance of commendable behavior is the act of opening up a new school in Ghana just a bit over a year after he opened the first.

After announcing he would be building the school earlier this year, the rapper revealed that the institution, which has been named the Mafi Atitekpo DA Primary School, has now officially opened. It is located in the village of Mafi Atitekpo.

Just as he did the first time around in 2017, Lil Jon partnered with Pencils of Promise to open the new school. His first school with the youth-focused organization opened in July 2018 and is currently providing 244 enrolled children with an education. The second school has has reportedly enrolled over 300.
“Last year [October of 2017] I went with my family to open up my first Pencils of Promise school in Ghana, and now to have over 300 kids already enrolled in my second school there is incredible!” Lil Jon shared in a statement. “It’s been really fulfilling to see the impact these schools have made on so many of these children’s and families’ futures.”

According to Pencils of Promise, Lil Jon donated a total of $70,000 to get the two schools off the ground.

For more information about Pencils of Promise and for details on how to get involved, please visit Pencils of Promise's official website.

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scary times

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How do you think you will die (AskReddit)

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1. Ever since I was child, I had a recurring dream that I'd die slow and alone as I drift off into space, unable to be rescued, and into the forever-expanding darkness. Even then I may not be found.

2. By tornado. I dream about those things constantly since I was a kid. They’re coming for me.

3. Cancer. I was exposed to lots of asbestos and depleted uranium in the military and have smoked for 20 years. It’s not a matter of if, but when.

4. Gonna get run over by a Chinese food delivery driver. It’s almost happened many times.

5. Probably some freak accident. Feel like everything will be going right for me before it happens.

6. I know exactly how I’m going to die- In my car, absolutely incensed by some complete dickhead who doesn’t know how to use their fu*king turn signal. My last words will be along the lines of “fu*k YOU, YOU fu*kING JAG LEARN HOW TO fu*kING—“ as I reach up, clutching my chest and then die from an anger induced heart attack.

7. Asthma attack during orgy

8. Probably cancer. I've beat it once. 5 year survivor.

9. oh i’m gonna live forever. the more you want to die, the longer you live. it’s a fact.

10. Wolf or bear attack. My job goes pretty far out from civilization and doesn't allow me to carry firearms.

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''Nah I Think She Purdy!''

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one of the GOAT coming of age movies.

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Stan Lee: Professor X & Magneto Were Inspired By Martin Luther King Jr & Malcolm X

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It’s impossible to imagine American pop culture without Spider-Man. Or the Hulk. Or, thanks to a decade’s worth of mega-blockbuster films, Iron Man, Thor, Dr. Strange, and Ant-Man. These stories—all co-creations of Marvel Comics impresario Stan Lee, who died on November 12, 2018 at 95—were swashbuckling adventures with a human bent. The characters weren’t all powerful; they felt pain, anguish, regret; they won, but also lost. And many of them were informed by the Civil Rights struggles of the 1960s.

Through stories of characters who were demonized by the public as the terrifying Other, Lee drove home messages of tolerance and acceptance while rejecting demonization and bullying. “Those stories have room for everyone, regardless of their race, gender, religion, or color of their skin,” Lee said 2017 video published by Marvel. “The only things we don't have room for are hatred, intolerance, and bigotry.”

The greatest manifestation of that idea was the X-Men. Introduced in September 1963, the X-Men were a team of teenage mutants, led by their teacher and mentor Professor Charles Xavier, who fought super-criminals and other mutants, led by Magneto, bent on the destruction of humanity. But rather than be a black-and-white battle between good and evil, the X-Men had a wrinkle: mutants were hated by the “normal” humans they defended.

“I loved that idea,” Lee told the Guardian in 2000, as the first X-Men movie hit theaters. ”It not only made them different, but it was a good metaphor for what was happening with the Civil Rights Movement in the country at that time.”

That metaphor extended to the characters themselves, with Professor X and his vision of harmonious human-mutant coexistence standing in for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., while Magneto’s rigid attitude toward the defense of mutantkind reflected the philosophy of Malcolm X. The Sentinels, a brand of massive mutant-hunting robot, were introduced two years later as readers watched on TV as black Americans were beaten and abused by white police officers.

“There's kind of an undeniable set of allegories that are going on there,” says Sean Howe, author of Marvel Comics: The Untold Story. “The X-Men was probably the most explicitly political of the 1960s Marvel comics.”

In 1966, Lee and his X-Men collaborator “King” Kirby again engaged with racial equality when they created Black Panther, a black superhero who was also the king of the fictional African nation Wakanda, an Afrofuturist wonderland of high-tech exceptionalism. And two years later, in a Stan’s Soapbox column, Lee made his most explicit statement yet on civil rights and acceptance.

“Let’s lay it right on the line. Bigotry and racism are among the deadliest social ills plaguing the world today,” he wrote in December 1968. “[I]t’s totally irrational, patently insane to condemn an entire race—to despise an entire nation—to vilify an entire religion. Sooner or later, we must learn to judge each other on our own merits. Sooner or later, if a man is ever to be worthy of his destiny, we must fill our hearts with tolerance.”

Although he was deeply influenced by the Civil Rights struggles unfolding around him in the 1960s, Lee was more of a chronicler than an activist, says Howe. “I think he was probably a good reflection of the average American and how the average American was awakened by everything that happened in the '50s and '60s,” he notes. “I don't think of him as an activist in any sort… although now, 50 years on, I guess maybe even the most middle of the road championing of justice seems more courageous.”

The X-Men’s struggles in a world defined by systemic persecution proved malleable enough to outlast the civil rights era. Beginning in the 1980s and continuing through today, the X-Men have been adopted by those fighting for LGBTQ rights who see the mutants’ struggle for acceptance and equality as their own. This was made explicit in the film X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) when the distraught parents of Bobby Drake, also known as Iceman, ask him, “Have you tried not being a mutant?” It’s a question that was painfully familiar to generations of LGBTQ youth. (The comic book Iceman came out as gay in 2015.)

Born Stanley Martin Lieber in New York City on December 28, 1922, Lee got his start at Marvel thanks to his uncle Robbie Solomon in 1939, when it was still called Timely Comics. After working on monster books and various sundry titles with titans like Jack Kirby (who co-created Captain America in 1941 with Joe Simon), Lee seized comics’ Silver Age as Marvel’s in 1961 with the introduction of the Fantastic Four, which he co-created with Kirby. The team of superheroes, given strange and wonderful powers after being irradiated in an outer space accident, was full of the kind of showmanship, street-level mythicism, and pop sensibility that defined his life and career.

When news of Lee’s death spread across the Internet, it invariably drew remembrances from legions of comic book readers and celebrity fans. Most said the world had lost a titanic creator, which was true. But some, like Seth Rogen, went deeper. "Thank you Stan Lee for making people who feel different realize they are special,” he tweeted.

By creating characters that looked and acted differently, Lee tapped into the struggles that readers of his books experienced every day. “Marvel has always been and always will be a reflection of the world right outside our window,” Lee explained a year before his death.

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A man from Washington Township is locked up on $5 million bond, accused of assault with intent to murder of his girlfriend. Paul Bashi, 35, was arrested in August and accused of trying kill his girlfriend.

The attack was caught on camera and FOX 2 obtained the video through a Freedom of Information request.

The video shows Bashi alone in his rental home in Washington Township. Whether he knows it or not, cameras inside his house recorded his every move.

"He, is in fact, looking through her phone," said Pam Mclean, a Macomb County prosecutor investigator. "You will see where he is looking at her phone and then Christina comes through the front door."

The woman is then attacked viciously.

"He comes back multiple times with multiple knives," Mclean said. The attack is much too graphic at times to show."

"He's got the knife in his hand there," Mclean said. "He's stabbing her multiple times."

For 40 minutes, the video shows Bashi punching, kicking, throwing lit candles at her repeatedly, and worse.

"Stabbing her multiple times," Mclean added.

The video shows him leave the room at times, washing the knives, and then returning to attack again.

"He's opening another drawer, grabbing another knife," Mclean said.

Little if any words are exchanged. Just rage.

"She's just lying there," Mclean said. "Not fighting back or moving at all."

Christina survives, but barely, after being in a coma for days. Bashi was arrested after neighbors found her on the porch and called police. He was charged with assault with intent to murder.

"This video, as awful as it is, thank God we have it," said Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith.

It's evidence that is hard to argue, or at least you would think. During his arraignment an unlikely witness took the stand for his defense: Christina.

"She told the judge she wanted the defendant out of jail, and told the judge that it was her fault this happened," Smith said.

After being beaten and stabbed and just inches from death, she wants the case thrown out. Smith says it happens in more than half of domestic violence cases that end up on his desk.

"Our office handles about 2,500 domestic violence cases a year," he said. "Of those cases 60 percent of the victims either recant their story or don't show up to the court at all." He says whatever the reasons given, the law allows his office to move forward with charges.

"The defendant puts pressure on the victim to dismiss the charges," Smith said. "We are the only ones that can dismiss the charges so we don't do it."

And Smith is willing to talk about this case because of how clearly it illustrates what can happen in these situations.

"If you see someone going through this and you think someone is going through this, even though they say they are not - they are afraid to come forward," Smith said. "You have got to step in and help."

In addition to assault with intent to murder, law enforcement found a controlled steroid in his house. The prosecution thinks the defense will try and argue "roid rage." They say there is no defense for what was caught on camera.

How she try to drop the charges after he tried to drop you off this planet....

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Signs you are getting old

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She has wonderful hair!! lol

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Article inside Mark Zuckerberg ordered all Facebook executives to use Android phones

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg ordered his management team to only use Android phones, given that the operating system has more total users worldwide. According to The New York Times, the decision reportedly occurred after Apple CEO Tim Cook criticized Facebook in an MSNBC interview for being a service that traffics “in your personal life.”

In those comments made back in March, Cook dismissed a question asking him what he would do if he were in Zuckerberg’s shoes dealing with the fallout from the Cambridge Analytica scandal by saying, “I wouldn’t be in this situation.” Zuckerberg soon after retorted in an interview with Recode that he found Cook’s comments to be “extremely glib,” and that “I think it’s important that we don’t all get Stockholm syndrome and let the companies that work hard to charge you more convince you that they actually care more about you. Because that sounds ridiculous to me.”

While it’s not clear how Cook’s aggressive comments directly provoked Zuckerberg into issuing his Android-only order, it’s still a rational decision to make Americans use Android. Android is the dominant operating system in many regions outside of the US, including South America, Europe, Russia, South Asia, and parts of the Middle East.

It’s also a good business decision. Other tech companies like Snap have strongly encouraged workers to use Android phones. US tech workers tend to use these phones less, which creates a blind spot when working on the apps. Android and iOS have real differences that could impact app development and user experiences.

That said, we checked Twitter activity from several Facebook executives, including blockchain lead David Marcus and VP of AR and VR Andrew “Boz” Bosworth, all of whom are still shown to be using iPhones, so it’s possible Zuckerberg’s order wasn’t fully enforced or that these people all use iPhones in their personal lives.

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