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(The Hill)   California judge orders Google to hand over the personal emails of an oligarch's son in his dad's $600 million divorce. The oligarch, Farkhad Akhmedov, is one of Putin's buddies. Farkedhard, forever known as the Скупой ручка who let his kid use Gmail   (thehill.com) divider line
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2020-11-26 12:23:04 AM  
farkhead?
 
2020-11-26 12:44:18 AM  
Total Farkhad?
 
2020-11-26 12:47:54 AM  
This article only available on TotalFarkhad.
 
2020-11-26 1:12:38 AM  

ThomasPaineTrain: This article only available on TotalFarkhad.


It's not news, it's Farkhad
 
2020-11-26 4:37:18 AM  
Because of my chosen profession, it's difficult for me to feel sorry for the dickhead husband, the goldigging wife, the scheming brat of a son, or anyone who works for any of them.
 
2020-11-26 4:42:31 AM  
Click on your Google timeline if you want to know where you were at 3pm on January 21 2016
 
2020-11-26 4:51:38 AM  
out of 6 comments, one person mentions Hunter Biden, another mentions how they made 6k a week on the internet.

Disqus is the slum of discussion software that every major news network got rid many many years ago, except theHill.
 
2020-11-26 4:59:26 AM  
It's not news, it's Farkhad
 
2020-11-26 5:05:58 AM  
Cyka blyat.
 
2020-11-26 5:19:30 AM  
It's not news, it's Farkhad

///funnier the third time
 
2020-11-26 5:54:30 AM  

MrSplifferton: out of 6 comments, one person mentions Hunter Biden, another mentions how they made 6k a week on the internet.

Disqus is the slum of discussion software that every major news network got rid many many years ago, except theHill.


Odd, I visit a couple of sites every day that use Disqus and have NEVER seen spam like that.  Guess it has more to do with the site than the chat system.
 
2020-11-26 5:55:53 AM  
You peasants in the US government DARE to challenge the Almighty Google?

Seriously, their lawyers are probably already laughing and filing their teeth right now.
 
2020-11-26 5:58:27 AM  
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2020-11-26 6:02:59 AM  
Well that was an interesting read

Farkhad Akhmedov
 
2020-11-26 6:07:12 AM  
I'm surprised she is still alive
 
2020-11-26 6:13:09 AM  
Yandex' servers in Russia were exposed to physical inspection. If the elite are going to play around like roman gods, they'll have to allow the likes of HavenCo Sealand.
 
2020-11-26 7:06:09 AM  

MrSplifferton: out of 6 comments, one person mentions Hunter Biden, another mentions how they made 6k a week on the internet.


That was me, I make 6k a week mentioning Hunter Biden on the internet.
 
2020-11-26 7:17:25 AM  

Snarfangel: MrSplifferton: out of 6 comments, one person mentions Hunter Biden, another mentions how they made 6k a week on the internet.

That was me, I make 6k a week mentioning Hunter Biden on the internet.


Me too, but I used 1 weird trick that site admins hate!
 
2020-11-26 7:24:19 AM  

Rock Krenn: Snarfangel: MrSplifferton: out of 6 comments, one person mentions Hunter Biden, another mentions how they made 6k a week on the internet.

That was me, I make 6k a week mentioning Hunter Biden on the internet.

Me too, but I used 1 weird trick that site admins hate!


It's using a different laptop every time you use the internet, isn't it?
 
2020-11-26 7:50:26 AM  
A judge in California who isn't familiar with the concept of laws and the US Constitution?  Color me shocked.
 
2020-11-26 8:05:11 AM  

haknudsen: MrSplifferton: out of 6 comments, one person mentions Hunter Biden, another mentions how they made 6k a week on the internet.

Disqus is the slum of discussion software that every major news network got rid many many years ago, except theHill.

Odd, I visit a couple of sites every day that use Disqus and have NEVER seen spam like that.  Guess it has more to do with the site than the chat system.


Was also going to ask what, spam aside, the quality of the comments had to do with the commenting software.

If you know of a news site that allows article comments and who's comments aren't full of RWNJ's, I'd like to hear it.
 
2020-11-26 8:09:37 AM  
Say what you will, but Tatiana Akhmedova is no Olga Sloutsker.
 
2020-11-26 8:12:56 AM  

buravirgil: Yandex' servers in Russia were exposed to physical inspection. If the elite are going to play around like roman gods, they'll have to allow the likes of HavenCo Sealand.


Meh....wait until Elon gets his own Freeside Station up and running.
 
2020-11-26 9:23:39 AM  

Fireproof: haknudsen: MrSplifferton: out of 6 comments, one person mentions Hunter Biden, another mentions how they made 6k a week on the internet.

Disqus is the slum of discussion software that every major news network got rid many many years ago, except theHill.

Odd, I visit a couple of sites every day that use Disqus and have NEVER seen spam like that.  Guess it has more to do with the site than the chat system.

Was also going to ask what, spam aside, the quality of the comments had to do with the commenting software.

If you know of a news site that allows article comments and who's comments aren't full of RWNJ's, I'd like to hear it.


I'm guessing good software filters out the obvious

I made $6,000 a week or Grow your pen15 by 28 inches spam?
 
2020-11-26 9:26:24 AM  
Rich people problems

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When you go shopping and you have to have your Peon Man-Servants carry all the bags and parcels.
 
2020-11-26 9:31:12 AM  

TotallyRealNotFake: Rich people problems

[Fark user image image 425x432]

When you go shopping and you have to have your Peon Man-Servants carry all the bags and parcels.


She's from the generation of Oligarchs that brought you these memes:

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/most of them "grew out of it" (or ended up getting whacked because they were so obvious) - but as you can see she is a survivor
//now oligarchs dress like their heroes

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///the wives don't change though, well until they get a new one
 
2020-11-26 9:41:46 AM  
Fark Hard?
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2020-11-26 9:51:12 AM  

Sean VasDeferens: A judge in California who isn't familiar with the concept of laws and the US Constitution?  Color me shocked.



Seems to fit.

Area Man Passionate Defender Of What He Imagines Constitution To Be

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2020-11-26 10:04:25 AM  
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2020-11-26 10:12:19 AM  
Farkedhard II: Farkedharder.

Ru. oligarchs got where they are by being Lucianoesque hardasses.  If there's a pattern of their skirted cufflinks taking them to Western courts and bilking them, they must be getting soft.
 
2020-11-26 10:16:49 AM  

The_Philosopher_King: [Fark user image 585x185]


Makes me wonder if subby meant 'пичка' instead?
 
2020-11-26 10:25:55 AM  

germ78: The_Philosopher_King: [Fark user image 585x185]

Makes me wonder if subby meant 'пичка' instead?


Xaxaxa
 
2020-11-26 10:26:58 AM  

NephilimNexus: You peasants in the US government DARE to challenge the Almighty Google?

Seriously, their lawyers are probably already laughing and filing their teeth right now.


Google's lawyers won't care about this.  As long as they get a valid subpoena they are more than happy to turn over your information.
 
2020-11-26 10:56:09 AM  
Stingy pen?
 
2020-11-26 10:56:43 AM  

The_Philosopher_King: [Fark user image 585x185]


Well that's what I get for not scrolling all the way....
 
2020-11-26 11:23:57 AM  

Rock Krenn: Snarfangel: MrSplifferton: out of 6 comments, one person mentions Hunter Biden, another mentions how they made 6k a week on the internet.

That was me, I make 6k a week mentioning Hunter Biden on the internet.

Me too, but I used 1 weird trick that site admins hate!


Swapping goatse for flash ads?
 
2020-11-26 11:42:42 AM  
The_Philosopher_King

[Fark user image 585x185]

In addition to "pen" a translation came out as "handle" or "knob" so, idiomatically it's more like "cheap tool".
 
2020-11-26 1:08:08 PM  

lurkey: Say what you will, but Tatiana Akhmedova is no Olga Sloutsker.


You would think a multi gazzillionaire would choose his Mistress du jour more carefully!

Dubai/UAE are full of professional ladies that would beat any playboy/ penthouse babe hands down!
 
2020-11-26 1:50:40 PM  

MrSplifferton: out of 6 comments, one person mentions Hunter Biden, another mentions how they made 6k a week on the internet.

Disqus is the slum of discussion software that every major news network got rid many many years ago, except theHill.


I remember back when NPR still used Disqus for comments.

Every time they did an article about the Russian invasion and annexation of Ukraine, there would be a flood of posts parroting the Russian talking points.  You'd know something was up because they'd be using names and terms not in the article, or most Western media, like "Donetsk People's Republic" for the pro-Russian/anti-Ukrainian insurgents that Russia is encouraging.

I remember when NPR announced they were ending Disqus comments on their articles, and the same handful of far-right posters that did about 90% of the commenting there started screaming about "censorship" in the comments to every article there.  Nobody could convince them that it wasn't illegal, unconstitutional censorship for NPR to end a comments section on their articles, because they were SURE they had a basic 1st amendment right to post in the comments section of a news article online, and it was against their rights to get rid of the comments sections.

About 90% of the commenters on there were far-right folks there to shout about how NPR was too "socialist" or "leftist", to rant about how taxes are theft, how Democrats are socialists, about how all regulations are oppression, about how LBGT people don't deserve any rights (one poster there had the schtick of claiming to be a gay man who insists that he speaks for all gay people when he says he doesn't want or need any special protections or rights for being gay and is vehement that he has no right to marry another man because he "understands" that marriage may only be between one man and one woman), or similar nonsense.

I remember when NPR ended their comments section, they said that less than 1% of visitors to the website actually ever posted any comments, and of those that did, about 1% of people who ever commented did about 90%+ of the commenting, so keeping it there didn't make sense.
 
2020-11-26 2:25:22 PM  

Sean VasDeferens: A judge in California who isn't familiar with the concept of laws and the US Constitution?  Color me shocked.


An idiotic comment about California by a lesser American? Color me shocked.

Nothing her violated laws or the constitution.

It looks like you don't understand the word "unreasonable" in "unreasonable search".

And you don't understand the court's role in determining a reasonable search.
 
2020-11-26 2:27:11 PM  

Invisible Obama: MrSplifferton: out of 6 comments, one person mentions Hunter Biden, another mentions how they made 6k a week on the internet.

Disqus is the slum of discussion software that every major news network got rid many many years ago, except theHill.

I remember back when NPR still used Disqus for comments.

Every time they did an article about the Russian invasion and annexation of Ukraine, there would be a flood of posts parroting the Russian talking points.  You'd know something was up because they'd be using names and terms not in the article, or most Western media, like "Donetsk People's Republic" for the pro-Russian/anti-Ukrainian insurgents that Russia is encouraging.

I remember when NPR announced they were ending Disqus comments on their articles, and the same handful of far-right posters that did about 90% of the commenting there started screaming about "censorship" in the comments to every article there.  Nobody could convince them that it wasn't illegal, unconstitutional censorship for NPR to end a comments section on their articles, because they were SURE they had a basic 1st amendment right to post in the comments section of a news article online, and it was against their rights to get rid of the comments sections.

About 90% of the commenters on there were far-right folks there to shout about how NPR was too "socialist" or "leftist", to rant about how taxes are theft, how Democrats are socialists, about how all regulations are oppression, about how LBGT people don't deserve any rights (one poster there had the schtick of claiming to be a gay man who insists that he speaks for all gay people when he says he doesn't want or need any special protections or rights for being gay and is vehement that he has no right to marry another man because he "understands" that marriage may only be between one man and one woman), or similar nonsense.

I remember when NPR ended their comments section, they said that less than 1% of visitors to the website actually ever posted ...


It belies our country's basis as one based on rational views and discussion run by rational citizens.
 
2020-11-26 2:29:21 PM  
Wonder what a Stingy Pen is

SeewhatIdidthere
 
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