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 1 week ago '04        #1
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Mike T 185 heat pts185
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Jeff "god body" bezos got the side chick on full display now
 

 
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n*gga revolutionized and changed/left his mark on the world, became the wealthiest human, started working out, got tired of the old thing & gotta new chick but wife got $38 billionimage instanly the richest women.

bi*ch you wasnt with me in the garage selling books writing codeimage


imageEdit: Upon reviewing the play I was wrong. Appreciate @TheLastNonEarth for correcting my ignorance. His wife was a day 1 & supported the vision. That's a stand-up woman, Jeff got rich & wanted to move on. New experiences in life are now within reach, you have options being a billionaire, life is diff.


Last edited by Mike T; 08-11-2019 at 02:32 AM..
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 1 week ago '06        #2
damn_ryght 
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scooter braun eating on the big table now huh
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Top 10 most propped recently  1 week ago '18        #3
Blaffy 202 heat pts202
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 1 week ago '13        #4
North!!! 455 heat pts455
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Billionaire based Bezos with the toes out...
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 1 week ago '15        #5
DDD716 9 heat pts
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Yo why she look like one of the Gremlins in the first picture smh
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 1 week ago '17        #6
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The irony of having an animal with tentacles on his shorts..
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dc3003 147 heat pts147
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That's crazy that geek had a full transformation. pu**y mustve been his motivation the whole time
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 1 week ago '18        #8
shooter 19 heat pts19
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hgh
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 1 week ago '12        #9
Steelgrip 1 heat pts
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Went from a frail librarian to stone cold lite
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 1 week ago '11        #10
Treez57 
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 DDD716 said
Yo why she look like one of the Gremlins in the first picture smh


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 1 week ago '17        #11
TheLastNonEarth 126 heat pts126
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 Mike T said




n*gga revolutionized and changed/left his mark on the world, became the wealthiest human, started working out, got tired of the old thing & gotta new chick but wife got $38 billion instanly the richest women.

bi*ch you wasnt with me in the garage selling books writing code.


She kinda was tho. She helped negotiate Amazon's first freight contracts, handled accounting work and was essentially the first Amazon employee... She gave up a wealthy lifestyle to help him afford to start a new company..


MacKenzie met Jeff after she graduated from Princeton in 1992 and took a job at the relatively new hedge fund D. E. Shaw, where Bezos already worked. In 1993 they married, and by 1994 they were driving to Washington, with MacKenzie reportedly at the wheel of the car. The couple was leaving behind a wealthy existence on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to Brad Stone, the author of the 2013 book The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon. “They gave up a really comfortable lifestyle and successful careers to move across the country and start something on the internet,” says Stone. “The only reason [Jeff] was able to do that is because he had an extremely supportive spouse. It was an incredible risk and one that they both took on jointly.”

In a 2010 commencement speech he gave at Princeton, Jeff himself acknowledged the gamble his wife had taken. “I told my wife MacKenzie that I wanted to quit my job and go do this crazy thing that probably wouldn’t work since most startups don’t, and I wasn’t sure what would happen after that,” he said. “MacKenzie … told me I should go for it.” (Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.)




In Bellevue, the Seattle suburb where Jeff rented a garage to be the site of Amazon’s first headquarters, MacKenzie helped get the company off the ground. While researching his book, Stone interviewed early employees who he says recalled how MacKenzie wrote checks and a*sisted in keeping track of the books. A WIRED profile of Jeff from 1999 noted that she helped negotiate the retail giant’s first freight contracts. As the company grew bigger and hired more staff, MacKenzie played less of a role in Amazon’s day-to-day operations, though she continued to support Jeff at company events.

She wrote two novels, The Testing of Luther Albright, which won the American Book Award in 2006, and Traps, which was published in 2013.



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 1 week ago '15        #12
DDD716 9 heat pts
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 Treez57 said


You see it tho right.
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 1 week ago '04        #13
RETURNOFTHEKING 16 heat pts16
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With that kinda money he’s still bagging mamas with wrinkly knees?

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 1 week ago '04        #14
Mike T 185 heat pts185 OP
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 TheLastNonEarth said


She kinda was tho. She helped negotiate Amazon's first freight contracts, handled accounting work and was essentially the first Amazon employee... She gave up a wealthy lifestyle to help him afford to start a new company..


MacKenzie met Jeff after she graduated from Princeton in 1992 and took a job at the relatively new hedge fund D. E. Shaw, where Bezos already worked. In 1993 they married, and by 1994 they were driving to Washington, with MacKenzie reportedly at the wheel of the car. The couple was leaving behind a wealthy existence on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to Brad Stone, the author of the 2013 book The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon. “They gave up a really comfortable lifestyle and successful careers to move across the country and start something on the internet,” says Stone. “The only reason [Jeff] was able to do that is because he had an extremely supportive spouse. It was an incredible risk and one that they both took on jointly.”

In a 2010 commencement speech he gave at Princeton, Jeff himself acknowledged the gamble his wife had taken. “I told my wife MacKenzie that I wanted to quit my job and go do this crazy thing that probably wouldn’t work since most startups don’t, and I wasn’t sure what would happen after that,” he said. “MacKenzie … told me I should go for it.” (Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.)




In Bellevue, the Seattle suburb where Jeff rented a garage to be the site of Amazon’s first headquarters, MacKenzie helped get the company off the ground. While researching his book, Stone interviewed early employees who he says recalled how MacKenzie wrote checks and a*sisted in keeping track of the books. A WIRED profile of Jeff from 1999 noted that she helped negotiate the retail giant’s first freight contracts. As the company grew bigger and hired more staff, MacKenzie played less of a role in Amazon’s day-to-day operations, though she continued to support Jeff at company events.

She wrote two novels, The Testing of Luther Albright, which won the American Book Award in 2006, and Traps, which was published in 2013.

Okay, appreciate the knowledge. Let me prep another bowl of Wedding Pie & re -think this whole sh*t.
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 1 week ago '05        #15
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 RETURNOFTHEKING said
With that kinda money he’s still bagging mamas with wrinkly knees?

Lotta white bishes don’t age good.
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 1 week ago '04        #16
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He can buy anything in the world yet he chose to steal his best friend’s wife. fu*k him.
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 1 week ago '17        #17
LostTenets 291 heat pts291
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This n*gga don't even iron his shirt

Him and Zuckerberg got that permanent incel slime skin
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 1 week ago '17        #18
LostTenets 291 heat pts291
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This n*gga don't even iron his shirt

Him and Zuckerberg got that permanent incel slime skin
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 1 week ago '05        #19
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 Mike T said




n*gga revolutionized and changed/left his mark on the world, became the wealthiest human, started working out, got tired of the old thing & gotta new chick but wife got $38 billion instanly the richest women.

bi*ch you wasnt with me in the garage selling books writing code
 TheLastNonEarth said


She kinda was tho. She helped negotiate Amazon's first freight contracts, handled accounting work and was essentially the first Amazon employee... She gave up a wealthy lifestyle to help him afford to start a new company..


MacKenzie met Jeff after she graduated from Princeton in 1992 and took a job at the relatively new hedge fund D. E. Shaw, where Bezos already worked. In 1993 they married, and by 1994 they were driving to Washington, with MacKenzie reportedly at the wheel of the car. The couple was leaving behind a wealthy existence on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to Brad Stone, the author of the 2013 book The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon. “They gave up a really comfortable lifestyle and successful careers to move across the country and start something on the internet,” says Stone. “The only reason [Jeff] was able to do that is because he had an extremely supportive spouse. It was an incredible risk and one that they both took on jointly.”

In a 2010 commencement speech he gave at Princeton, Jeff himself acknowledged the gamble his wife had taken. “I told my wife MacKenzie that I wanted to quit my job and go do this crazy thing that probably wouldn’t work since most startups don’t, and I wasn’t sure what would happen after that,” he said. “MacKenzie … told me I should go for it.” (Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.)




In Bellevue, the Seattle suburb where Jeff rented a garage to be the site of Amazon’s first headquarters, MacKenzie helped get the company off the ground. While researching his book, Stone interviewed early employees who he says recalled how MacKenzie wrote checks and a*sisted in keeping track of the books. A WIRED profile of Jeff from 1999 noted that she helped negotiate the retail giant’s first freight contracts. As the company grew bigger and hired more staff, MacKenzie played less of a role in Amazon’s day-to-day operations, though she continued to support Jeff at company events.

She wrote two novels, The Testing of Luther Albright, which won the American Book Award in 2006, and Traps, which was published in 2013.


Yeah, she was around.
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 1 week ago '11        #20
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 TheLastNonEarth said


She kinda was tho. She helped negotiate Amazon's first freight contracts, handled accounting work and was essentially the first Amazon employee... She gave up a wealthy lifestyle to help him afford to start a new company..


MacKenzie met Jeff after she graduated from Princeton in 1992 and took a job at the relatively new hedge fund D. E. Shaw, where Bezos already worked. In 1993 they married, and by 1994 they were driving to Washington, with MacKenzie reportedly at the wheel of the car. The couple was leaving behind a wealthy existence on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to Brad Stone, the author of the 2013 book The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon. “They gave up a really comfortable lifestyle and successful careers to move across the country and start something on the internet,” says Stone. “The only reason [Jeff] was able to do that is because he had an extremely supportive spouse. It was an incredible risk and one that they both took on jointly.”

In a 2010 commencement speech he gave at Princeton, Jeff himself acknowledged the gamble his wife had taken. “I told my wife MacKenzie that I wanted to quit my job and go do this crazy thing that probably wouldn’t work since most startups don’t, and I wasn’t sure what would happen after that,” he said. “MacKenzie … told me I should go for it.” (Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.)




In Bellevue, the Seattle suburb where Jeff rented a garage to be the site of Amazon’s first headquarters, MacKenzie helped get the company off the ground. While researching his book, Stone interviewed early employees who he says recalled how MacKenzie wrote checks and a*sisted in keeping track of the books. A WIRED profile of Jeff from 1999 noted that she helped negotiate the retail giant’s first freight contracts. As the company grew bigger and hired more staff, MacKenzie played less of a role in Amazon’s day-to-day operations, though she continued to support Jeff at company events.

She wrote two novels, The Testing of Luther Albright, which won the American Book Award in 2006, and Traps, which was published in 2013.

Slapped on accident

She was his day 1 lol
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 1 week ago '12        #21
mars15 75 heat pts75
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Imagine this dweeb coming up to you in 1999 driving an accord saying he will be the richest man alive
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 1 week ago '05        #22
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man at this point all his future woman gone be gold diggers, he could do better
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 1 week ago '12        #23
AlBooBoo 19 heat pts19
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one it cant be his side chick if he divorced



two OP looking at a site called "the fappening blog" weirdo sht lol
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 1 week ago '05        #24
Micheal C. Will 37 heat pts37
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 mars15 said

Imagine this dweeb coming up to you in 1999 driving an accord saying he will be the richest man alive
In 1999, he was already a multi-millionaire so I would've been like

Point me in the right direction for stocks options then.

Edit - I was wrong.....his net worth in 99 was at 10.1 billion. So he was already a billionaire


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 1 week ago '11        #25
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 AlBooBoo said
one it cant be his side chick if he divorced



two OP looking at a site called "the fappening blog" weirdo sht lol
Once a side chick always a side chick.
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