Charles C. Johnson (@ChuckCJohnson)

Fresno, L.A., up in the air

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @ChuckCJohnson ever

December 17th, 2014

@chasrmartin @BleuishBleu Innocent men usually pay million dollar plus legal bills, right? nj.com/politics/index…

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@chasrmartin @BleuishBleu Yeah, I wasn’t wrong about that. He’s still under FBI investigation. Sorry but WaPo is talking shit.

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JoLissa13 @ChuckCJohnson Jonathan was honest about , “Cost go up.” youtu.be/G4yqTCYh-1M via @YouTube

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@Ned_Donovan I find both things very odd. It smacks of a CIA operation.

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Odd that Obama wants to regulate the Internet at same time he frees Alan Gross who wants to help ’s Jews access it.

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Alan Gross was arrested providing satellite Internet connections to ’s Jews.

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Can we now be honest about Alan Gross? Does anyone really believe he was USAID?

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If your ratio of tweets to followers is greater than 20:1 maybe you’re not very good at Twitter.

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MaxCRoser The world map of

Via @sciencemagazine and based on @Arxiv data: bit.ly/1yW6b6y pic.twitter.com/wzICrde405

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Luke1732Mullen @ChuckCJohnson - “How the Battleship Maine Was Destroyed” by Hyman G - amazon.com/gp/product/155…

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Journolist @daveweigel strikes again. RT The Rise of ‘Undernews’ You Should Never, Ever Use bloomberg.com/politics/artic… via @bpolitics

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Sony didn’t have a policy for cleaning all of its data says an employee.

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“There were employees who hadn’t worked at Sony for 15 years but for whatever reason Sony didn’t want to delete the data.”

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The Incredible Story of Professor Jackson nationalreview.com/article/394893… via @NRO

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Just so we’re clear I know @carr2n’s mugshot is on his book. I wanted the other mugshots. cc: @daveweigel

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Yeah, I was right about Cory Booker. Sorry @daveweigel The Rise of ‘Undernews’ You Should Never, Ever Use bloomberg.com/politics/artic…

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I’m in a Google Hangout with someone who worked at Sony for years…

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An alleged 27GB Sony Pictures data dump. 65 PlayStation web servers. One baffling mystery theregister.co.uk/2014/12/03/str… via @TheRegister

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kevinmitnick Will be on CNN International in 5 minutes :-)

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AnshelPfeffer At least now we know the truth. North Korea, not the Jews, controls Hollywood.

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Luke1732Mullen @ChuckCJohnson - some don’t realize role in undermining the Spain attacked USS Maine theory.

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The “North Korean” is the attack on USS Maine of the 21st century.

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@Ricky_Vaughn99 basically a braggart who was in over his head.

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@Ricky_Vaughn99 I’ve looked into it and he’s a shitty human being but most of my intel guys support his release.

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I wish we would free Jonathan Pollard rather than the Cuban spies in our jails.

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Um…. says they weren’t behind the … They said they support it but they didn’t do it.

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johnhawkinsrwn @ChuckCJohnson Finished “Wasp” tonight and thought it was a superbly done sci-fi. Really enjoyed it.

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@johncardillo @abnheel Don’t bother dealing with people who know nothing. Just show them.

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The only on record source in the NYT’s story about fake says it wasn’t an attack from them.

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kevinmitnick I’m skeptical the attack was the work of North Korea despite what the FBI says.

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ABC7Chicago Police: Man walked into Penn. police station, lit joint, undressed, defecated on floor: abc7.ws/1z5imD2 pic.twitter.com/FhSxBoFNkL

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johncardillo @abnheel You presume to know the resumes of our sources. They beg to differ with you. @ChuckCJohnson @nytimes @SSInow

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johncardillo @NickBenz2 Touché. But this one is a special kind of shoddy. @ChuckCJohnson @nytimes

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johncardillo This NY Times piece on the Sony hack is the shoddiest piece of reporting I’ve seen in years. nytimes.com/2014/12/18/wor… @ChuckCJohnson

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Tomorrow is going to be a very embarrassing day for the media that ran with behind . I’m looking forward to it.

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johncardillo If you guys really read the WH comments, they have no idea that it was N. Korea. Their “confirmation” is that “N. Korea” admitted it.

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johncardillo Code was same as used by a private group of hackers, Dark Seoul, two years ago. N. Korea had nothing to do with that.

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asandiford Wired takes a different position: “The Evidence That North Korea Hacked Sony Is Flimsy” wired.com/2014/12/eviden…

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The NY Times gets it widely wrong. RT U.S. Said to Find North Korea Ordered Cyberattack on Sony nyti.ms/1GtAU0R

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I wonder how many of my critics will give me credit for exposing the fraud story when the dust settles.

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jlangdale @ChuckCJohnson Feels like a massive Christmas present for NK. Sony has a history of dislike in hacker community. NK is an obvious cover.

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johncardillo Only on the record source, FBI’s J. Demarest, said not N. Korea. Only anon sources confirming it was. @ChuckCJohnson

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The WH got duped, Sony reacted to their dupe, now the WH is too embarrassed to admit it.

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HouseCracka @z31r4m Remember when these two clowns went to North Korea last year?

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jlangdale @ChuckCJohnson Assuming this nonsense was remotely accurate, any tangible danger was to Japan. It’s why parent company got involved.

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MaxAbrahms A shuts down a city. An ambiguous threat paralyzes . All part of globalization’s diffusion of power.

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One dude on PasteBin says some shit and the American public freaks out and Sony pulls The Interview. Is real life a parody? Oh my God.

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People actually believe Red Dawn is real & the North Koreans have the boots on the ground to inflict terrorism at the movie theaters?

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BrewCityPatriot @ChuckCJohnson I like how people thinks the Norks have boots on the ground in America to mess w/ theaters

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The 80s called, Obama. And they want their foreign policy back.

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You probably don’t understand the Internet if you think North Korea was actually behind the Sony hack.

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@AaronWorthing I’m telling you. It’s not a North Korean hack. Remember the drip strategy? Yeah…

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GotNewsDotCom Former Chief Security Officer for NewsCorp: N. Koreans Not Behind Sony Hack, Interview Leak ift.tt/13dLvht pic.twitter.com/xthMODqk5v

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It’s straight up terrifying that anonymous sources at the Pentagon are blaming North Korea for an inside job at Sony.

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@BrewCityPatriot @Chicagokrzy Pull this down so they don’t think you doxed her.

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It’s embarrassing that Newt Gingrich doesn’t understand that North Korea wasn’t behind the over .

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The North Korea/The Interview Sony hack story is this week’s story.

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Yes it sure is. Didn’t happen. RT The Evidence That North Korea Hacked Sony Is Flimsy | WIRED wired.com/2014/12/eviden…

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AKMichaelK .@Sethrogen @JamesFrancoTV Im a Marine certified by D of State in VIP/Site Security.I will protect anyone that premieres

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HemanshuNigam Former Chief Security Officer for NewsCorp: N. Koreans Not Behind Sony Hack… ow.ly/G5cgg @ChuckCJohnson @johncardillo

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Chicagokrzy @ChuckCJohnson Prof. Susan J. Douglas at U. Mich thinks it’s “okay” to hate inthesetimes.com/article/17426/…

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VRWCTexan .@pinklogician @redsteeze
Does Michelle seriously believe she was mistaken for a Target employee in that outfit? pic.twitter.com/h8r2TO0aL2

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Tomorrow is the lovely Mrs. Johnson’s birthday. What should I get her?

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cvcardillo @ChuckCJohnson @johncardillo successful hacking is intimate knowledge of a system and/or persistence and patience. This was way too easy.

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johncardillo Former NewsCorp/Fox Studios Chief Security Officer @HemanshuNigam says North Korea not behind attacks. gotnews.com/former-chief-s… @ChuckCJohnson

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I got a photo wrong last week about a fake rapist. The media just created an international incident over its bullshit reporting.

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Gotnews.com just spanked all the other media that’s claiming the North Koreans are behind but what else is new?

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BREAKING: We’ve just received word from within Sony than an internal security breach is to blame for the Sony Hack. We’ll have more soon…

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CRinQC .@johncardillo

Obama released #2 of Taliban grp that killed kids in Pakistan 2wks prior to shooting.
reuters.com/article/2014/1… .@ChuckCJohnson

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donbeckman @ChuckCJohnson @Shutterbugfun Don’t forget the bridge connecting Gaza to the West Bank.

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johncardillo Thanks @HemanshuNigam, a global cyber security expert, for debunking the false narrative. gotnews.com/former-chief-s… @ChuckCJohnson

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Mitt Romney fucked up by falsely blaming North Korea. But then again fuck ups are why he isn’t president, isn’t it?

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johncardillo Not North Korea. @ChuckCJohnson & I will keep you informed as we get more.

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BREAKING: Fmr Chief Sec Officer for NewsCorp: N. Koreans Not Behind Sony Hack, Interview Leak gotnews.com/?p=3396 pic.twitter.com/pfM8kw8wdU

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johncardillo If you thought Sony looked bad capitulating to N. Korea. Just wait. Check @GotNewsDotCom & @ChuckCJohnson to see what we found out.

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johncardillo @wampusreynolds You mean the same Pakistan that hid UBL for 10 yrs down the street from their military academy? @ronwoods61 @ChuckCJohnson

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cvcardillo @ChuckCJohnson one of my developers and self proclaimed hacker says it’s inside job all the way

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jlangdale Thumbs.db file timestamps point to either an employee or compromised employee laptop during business hours. pic.twitter.com/OtO4QPakPR

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What should the punishment be for falsely blaming another country for an internal security breach?

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We can prove the Sony Hack wasn’t done by North Koreans… Stay tuned to gotnews.com.

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johncardillo Retracting my earlier Tweets about N. Korea. They had nothing to do with hack. Stay tuned to @GotNewsDotCom & @ChuckCJohnson.

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Well this is big. We have top security expert at major media company calling bullshit on North Korean involvement in ….

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jlangdale .@SonyPictures Does not want to help fight .

@MittRomney pic.twitter.com/BU22woXGD5

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jlangdale .@Sethrogen’s argument, “Dude, I just made a movie about how fun it would be to gas Jews. It’s just comedy?”

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I have my nerd team & @johncardillo’s law enforcement team looking into Sony hack.

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jlangdale @ImGregCook @ChuckCJohnson Sound given to theaters, which is also probably encoded for each theater.

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Mediaite Mitt Romney: Sony Should Release The Interview Online for Free bit.ly/1sHqYhD pic.twitter.com/dx6iIhOar5

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Why was someone fired right around the time of the “breach”?

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jlangdale .@ChuckCJohnson Without the release audio, leaking the screener traces back to someone.

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nathan_nickell Could it be that @Sony pulled the interview because blaming the security breach on North Korea is a stellar red herring? @TheInterview

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jlangdale .@ChuckCJohnson Screener audio tracks have hidden coded IDs, I think. They can tell who leaked it. So, they need release audio.

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Having lived in LA, I actually know people who work at Sony. Nobody believes it was the North Koreans who hacked them.

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Could it be that once the Interview leaked online by a former Sony employee Sony blamed the North Koreans?

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There’s very little evidence that Sony was hacked by North Korea. This is like Weiner claiming the dick pics he sent were hacks. Not true.

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Could it be the reason Sony is canceling the release of The Interview is that it was leaked by an employee & they want to save money?

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johncardillo @ronwoods61 He’s the second in command of Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan, or TTP which carried out the attack. Get it now? @ChuckCJohnson

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The first movie I have ever downloaded illegally is going to be the Interview. Fuck North Korea and censorship.

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ozchrisrock I wanted to CHOOSE not to see The Interview.

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Mediaite Texas Movie Theater Will Show Team America Instead of The Interview bit.ly/1AIUOBd (VIDEO) pic.twitter.com/49nyVu4GTm

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The latest Charles C. Johnson scandal is that I married outside of my race & admire other cultures. The horror!

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Oops! Obama released Pakistani Taliban killer before brutal attacks. mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKB…

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johncardillo Obama released #2 of Taliban group that killed the kids in Pakistan 2 weeks prior to shooting. reuters.com/article/2014/1… @ChuckCJohnson

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If Vox says North Koreans hacked Sony it must be true. Just like how you only get milk from pregnant cows.

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@smithsj never happened. Carol Leonig is wrong

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jlangdale @ChuckCJohnson I’d guess Gross was equipment courier for a CIA/State asset.

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One of my happiest moments was giving the finger to the Cuban delegation at the Guatemalan presidential inauguration in 2008.

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So what’s the truth about this Alan Gross guy?

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My guess is that Sony took advantage of the Interview coming out & pretended the “hack” was the North Koreans.

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The pr guy who resigned at time of “hack” reported directly to Lynton and Amy Pascal, whose emails have been leaked…

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The Sony “hack” occurred right when this PR guy resigned… Hmmm… thewrap.com/sony-pr-chief-…

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More likely Sony just had poor internal LAN security.

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If you read Infamous Scribblers you’ll understand that we are returning to the past’s way of looking at news.

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North Korea can’t feed itself. Sorry but I’m not buying that they hacked Sony.

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ronmarz If only @ChuckCJohnson was on the trail of the these North Korean hackers.

Or maybe that’s the plot of “The Interview 2.”

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conway_steph @ChuckCJohnson BREAKING: Conservative professor banned from campus! turningpointusa.net/uncategorized/… ..ac

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johncardillo .@RollingStone topped the UVA hoax and just published the most idiotic and naive piece imaginable. rollingstone.com/politics/news/… @ChuckCJohnson

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peterdukephoto @fredediamond @ChuckCJohnson Jackie made her social media fair-use when she participated in . My photos are copyrighted.

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I wasn’t planning on seeing the Interview but I will see it now because I don’t bow to censors and bullies.

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nytimes .@Sethrogen and @JamesFrancoTV talk about ‘The Interview’ nyti.ms/1Aa3Ed5

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My new razor has six blades. The guillotine only had one. It seemed sharp enough.

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ufcpride40 I thought Obama said he never met with Bill Ayers in person….Hmm…..Then whats this?

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