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What a ridiculous statement. The NYT is one of the most reputable news organizations in the world, and for good reason. It can come across as elitist at times but the sections where that is the most likely the case (opinion, analysis, some aspects of lifestyle) are separate from the standard news like the article shared. Fair enough to hate paywalls blocking important news, but many online users (especially of the Reddit variety) like using ad blockers for everything, so they have to make their money some way to afford high quality journalists/fact checkers/editors.
The IT sector needs a damn spanking... SBF should be in fucking jail, not on Good Morning America & going to NYT conferences.... Meta should be continuing to slide and laying off. Amazon should be downsizing too. Apple should be taking a hit on the bad iPhone sales and also downsizing. Google really needs an antitrust lawsuit my friends. Microsoft.... That's fine. One of the only companies doing well. Entire sector needs more conservatives to be employed. Way too biased against them. At least 20% of the entire industry should be politically conservative at the minimum. You all should be selling the damn sector down fully.
There’s a massive amount of people (furu investors like O’Leary, lots of the NYT audience, etc) who basically believed this guy was the next coming of Warren Buffett and Steve Jobs and they don’t want to admit they got completely fooled and bought into a scam. The media has been willing to play along that this was all about “risk management” like he mismanaged a stock portfolio when he basically just ran a trading firm with other people’s money that converted into a Ponzi scheme when he took losses. So of course he’s gonna be like I’m broke now and hope the media / rubes in his audience just buy it, none of them want to hear the truth which is that he likely has at least a few hundred million in some offshore account somewhere if not more.
Notably, I remember vividly when the automotive bubble was covered... almost 10 years ago. See [this archived NYT article which basically said exactly what you wrote above.](https://archive.nytimes.com/dealbook.nytimes.com/2014/07/19/in-a-subprime-bubble-for-used-cars-unfit-borrowers-pay-sky-high-rates/) > This is the face of the new subprime boom. Mr. Durham is one of millions of Americans with shoddy credit who are easily obtaining auto loans from used-car dealers, including some who fabricate or ignore borrowers’ abilities to repay. The loans often come with terms that take advantage of the most desperate, least financially sophisticated customers. The surge in lending and the lack of caution resemble the frenzied subprime mortgage market before its implosion set off the 2008 financial crisis.
>since you're using known sources of misinformation, TIL that NYT=known misinformation lmao sureeee I'm not covering up for terrible people, I'm saying on average when we're talking about REAL politics and ideology, there's one party that wants to regulate your sex and social life and destroy the environment, and overthrow the government in a tantrum when they don't get their way. And the other doesn't. There's members of both parties that are seedy assholes that have a weird obsession with children and they should be locked up, we can throw names back and forth all day. But to describe an entire political party as being child diddlers, is disingenuous, you can find a 1:1 on who molested kids by throwing opposition names out there to counter in an "argument". I find if funny when I share information on how Trump was involved with Epstein, the same as the Clintons, you state is misinformation. Lmfao. Cult-45 you are. Child trafficking aside, lock anyone up who is involved in child trafficking idgaf what party.
You’re stupid as fuck if you think a website that cites a study is the “source”. The study itself is the source, not the website. If it’s not a liberal rag like NYT or WaPo it will never be credible to you. Unfortunately, liberal rags systematically ignore anything that contradicts their political narratives.
This may be a reach but does anyone know the company that has all the water/land rights to scarping the bottom of the ocean mentioned in the NYT the Daily podcast? https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/16/podcasts/the-daily/electric-cars-sea-mining-pacific-ocean.html
The NYT invited him as a speaker. He is the second biggest donor to the Democrats, ofc all of these legacy news outlets will defend him. Gallup found that 90% of staff in all major news outlets identify as Democrats. They are a joke. And yes WSJ was founded as a conservative outlet. The founder left ages ago and it is now left wing.
The FBI arrested Bernie Madoff 24hr after Madoff’s sons told federal authorities that their father’s asset management firm was fraudulent. Authorities can move as fast or as slow as they want. SBF is speaking at a fucking NYT conference next week, people are absolutely right to be questioning the total lack of law enforcement involvement at this stage. You really think they can’t come up with evidence for a single charge sufficient to arrest him? Give me a break. Also, equating decentralization with tolerating overt criminality is a super bad take. You can want less government control over the legacy centralized financial system and also still want the government to enforce its own laws.
Tbh is is Wall Street journal. Owned by republicans. The new yoke times has been critical of this company even before this, and has been even more critical since. “Enron on steroids” is the phrase being thrown around by mainstream outlets like NYT, CNN, WaPo, and The Hill.
Whose waking up yet? If it’s Bernie Madoff wiping out super richers money it is fraud and prosecuted to the maximum immediately. If the plebs go down - oh - just a collapse. No big deal. Let’s have the guy get huge pay to speak at NYT event. Wake up people. Your not part of their club.
This sub is constantly poisoned with right wing bullshit. WSJ is a conservative paper owned by Rupert Murdoch. Let's get that out of the way. The FTX collapse has also been as top story on all major publications nationwide from NPR to the NYT It's not being buried even a little. If you lost money in it, it's because you're a sucker. Also, if anyone is pushing unregulated crypto, it's conservatives. Stop with the nonsense and stop being such easy marks.
As an ex-journalist, I can tell you that the majority of editors and journalists are either idiots or ideologues. Good chance this editor fawned over FTX in the past and can't handle their worldview being tarnished. Sad to see this NYT worthy headline on the WSJ though.
Actually the NYT is paying for him to attend a speaking engagement in NYC. [https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/ftx-founder-sam-bankman-fried-plans-speak-during-new-york-times-dealbook-summit](https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/ftx-founder-sam-bankman-fried-plans-speak-during-new-york-times-dealbook-summit)
Where is all of this nonsense coming from? Bankman-Fried won’t be there, neither will anyone from the WEF, they were never invited in the first place. The entire “dealbook summit” is just a way for the NYT to raise money from the hyper rich by promising access to “thought leaders” and people here think it’s… a conspiracy? Proof of something?
Seems pretty straight forward to me… if the NYT grills him as hard as they would grill, say, Donald Trump if Trump did this, then I see no problem. But if instead they play cover and lob up softball questions to him, they are beyond redemption.
This is wild, because he’s a friend of the NYT crowd through his political donations, the times is literally not giving a fuck that he may have pissed away billions of dollars of other peoples money? The NYT is the undisputed worldwide leader in moral purity white knight culture, and yet here they are.
And, at least to some degree, it's working. NYT has put out multiple puff pieces and invited him to speak at a summit. Kevin O'leary chalked it up to expanding faster than he was capable of handling and said he would invest in one of his ventures again. Some people are just in denial about the reality of what happened. He was a darling in the media. He was a robinhood figure, and one of the "new age common man" billionaires that represented everything right with capitalism. And he robbed people blind. Point blank, the same con man fraudster criminal scum that has plagued the world as long as humans have been around. Nothing was different.
Republicans don't care about Elon Musk, but Republicans do care about social media/big tech they see as being pro Dem. This is all part of the ongoing culture war. Republicans already view most of these big tech companies similarly as they view NYT or CNN. If online sewing communities(yes, this happened)and the Black Rifle Coffee Company cannot escape the culture war don't expect Apple or Google to escape it either.
Man, I love how you say you are giving me facts ? Where? You have made anecdotal statements passing them off as industry wide . Forbes , Reuters, Vice and the NYT all say the marijauna industry is extremely underbanked for the capitol involved. Meh you win cause I realize I don't really give a shit for two reasons 1. don't wanna be an asshole and argue about something as cool as pot. 2. Even if I'm right and your wrong or your right and I'm wrong isn't gonna matter once Biden signs Safe you will be right and that will make me happy Hope ya make some money in the market tommorow fellow regard!
Is this some kind of joke? SBF is a fucking criminal who stole or otherwise destroyed tens of billions of dollars of investor wealth. He belongs in prison, not giving a high-profile speech. I guess that the Dems, the SEC, and the US government at large is happy about what he did seeing as they were largely behind it, they want everyone except the ruling elite to be desperate, broke wage slaves for their entire lives, and this is just a fun way for them to rub salt in everyone’s wounds. FU NYT.
Update for anyone in ATVI arb play: * NYT reporting this morning that [MSFT upped offer to 10 years](https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/21/technology/microsoft-activision-deal.html) for Call of Duty on PlayStation * A [non-paywalled article](https://www.dexerto.com/call-of-duty/xbox-reportedly-offers-sony-10-year-deal-to-keep-cod-on-playstation-1991645/) about the NYT one
>digging up the filings myself at this point right? Bc a journalist would do that, verify the authenticity of everything presented. That's their job and that's responsible journalism. Literally don't have to dig. It's in the google drive. all 3 of them. >If I were presenting this to others, I would say "according to legal analyst quoted in the NYT or even Reuters / AP, x y z." If I said "CapitolHunter tweeted this and everything on the internet seems to originate only from CapitolHunter" I would expect absolutely no one to believe me and they would be completely reasonable to have that position. Literally in [That last link I provided](https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/1nZmAq6GiwetfSKTH51uVawZbORAr6vjPayjlG_FTOZI/mobilebasic) from the google drive. >I'm not saying that proves you are wrong but I don't see anyone credible saying otherwise either, and yes that does mean something. You're so hung up on fallacies and just repeating them over and over, and you've now proven you've never looked at anything I've provided. I have said this over and over again. # STOP. LOOKING. AT. THE. TWEET. It's not the tweet. It's the sources provided in the google doc that matters. You are now actively avoiding looking at them and I have proof from your own arguments. Either admit you're bsing yourself about being open minded about musk being a liar, or actually read through the [google drive's](https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1zPeWaaCZHqfq0tnkPwc61A6bGHySdj91) documents and stop making excuses not to. Because at this point I've come to the conclusion there isn't evidence that will convince you, because you're just looking for an excuse not to read the evidence.
I can but honestly, I'm not paid to fact-check "CapitolHunter" on the internet and it seems rather suspect. I would have to go down the rabbit hole of digging up the filings myself at this point right? Bc a journalist would do that, verify the authenticity of everything presented. That's their job and that's responsible journalism. If I were presenting this to others, I would say "according to legal analyst quoted in the NYT, x y z." If I said "CapitolHunter tweeted this and everything on the internet seems to originate only from CapitolHunter" I would expect absolutely no one to believe me and they would be completely reasonable to have that position. I'm not saying that proves you are wrong but I don't see anyone credible saying otherwise either, and yes that does mean something.
One thing people fail time and time again to consider when this argument comes up. The leverage is huge and risk is significantly lower than stock market leverage. The NYT have an excellent buy vs rent calculator that is worth trying to fully appreciate the differences.
That's not what I asked about, nor is it the source. The source are the legal documents and videos. The tweet is a summary, which is [heavily sourced](https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/1nZmAq6GiwetfSKTH51uVawZbORAr6vjPayjlG_FTOZI/mobilebasic) (taken from that link I provided of the Google drive of the tweet's sources). The evidence behind the tweets claims are the source. Yes, the bribery is an allegation. You can take that at face value if you so want, however there is more than enough circumstantial evidence within the timeline of events that this is anything but baseless. What is not an accusation, and *heavily* backed up by the evidence presented in that *google drive* (again, don't get hung up on the tweet. That was done only to burn musk because it's his own social media platform) is that his degrees are forged. He cannot keep a straight story, he has outright lied, the colleges who would have records of all of this refuse to certify his story, and the degrees are suspect down to the very information written (or rather not written) on them. You claim you want more than a tweet. There IS more than a tweet. What I want to know is what more evidence do you need than legal filings and straight from the horse's mouth? How can anybof this being thrown together by CNN or NYT or WaPo or Fox or any other "mainstream" media change the literal source material?
i thought sbf will get away with help of NYT and reuters writing supportive articles since he funded democrats, also no outrage from government but with the CNBC article [https://www.cnbc.com/2022/11/17/ftx-filing-reveals-slipshod-accounting-freewheeling-expenses-perks.html](https://www.cnbc.com/2022/11/17/ftx-filing-reveals-slipshod-accounting-freewheeling-expenses-perks.html) i think hes toast, they r too big in financial world to ignore
Lmao look at who the NYT is reporting was supposed to speak at a conference together in a week or so. Literally FTX CEO, our Treasury Sec, and president Zelensky with a WEF speaker. No sense in not talking about it now. Shit stinks fucking hard dude
>The retail executives and police officers emphasized the role of organized crime in the thefts. And they told the supervisors that Proposition 47, the 2014 ballot measure that reclassified nonviolent thefts as misdemeanors if the stolen goods are worth less than $950, had emboldened thieves. [https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/21/us/san-francisco-shoplifting-epidemic.html](https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/21/us/san-francisco-shoplifting-epidemic.html) The law is definitely having a large impact. Even the NYT is reporting it, not sure why you are digging your head in the sand.