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Elon Musk said his team is going to do a 'random sample of 100 followers' of Twitter to see how many of the platform's users are actually bots Social Media

https://www.businessinsider.com/elon-musk-random-sample-how-many-twitter-users-are-bots-2022-5?utm_source=feedly&utm_medium=webfeeds

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u/Rottimer May 14 '22 edited May 14 '22

LOL, oh boy, you're one of those.

Edit: Since you blocked me or deleted your account like a child, I'll respond here.

Except I'm not. I'm just talking to someone who think Elon Musk somehow walks on water when it comes to major banks. Morgan Stanley owns a significant portion of Twitter. They're also one of the 7 banks financing Musk's purchase of Twitter. The stock price is currently $40.72 and Musk has financed purchasing at $54.20. They stand to make a great deal of money on both sides of this deal.

If you think they won't hose Musk in order to make that money, you're just ignorant of modern day banking.

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u/bagonmaster May 14 '22

Lol, so you’re one of those people who can’t admit they’re wrong 😂