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Jeremy Burton
Native of Stockton-on-Tees, England. Admirer of the beautiful game, cars, wife & kids but not in that order. Currently CEO at Observe. All tweets r me.
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Jeremy Burton 11h
Just watched the replay of today’s England v Croatia game. It’s coming home 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿⚽️
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Jeremy Burton 11h
Replying to @DanMoz @Tesla
Technically yes... but knees work pretty good as hands
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Jeremy Burton 11h
Autopilot is still pretty awesome in heavy traffic.
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Jake Tapper 15h
“Decorum,” the President told the press corps Friday. “You have to practice decorum... you have to act with respect. You're in the White House.”
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Jeremy Burton Nov 15
Replying to @Markinmarketing @Tesla
It did make me consider an upgrade to new hardware ... but (until now) this Model S has been bulletproof. Zero issues in 4 years....
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James Corden Nov 14
But you can check if it is there and see if anything should be counted. If not, no worries. If so, thank god we checked. James 7.38
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
Replying to @devk27 @Tesla @BMWUSA
You mean you don’t have an i3 😀😀😀
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
hopefully my software updates would then go more smoothly.... or at least if my CPU got friend it wouldn't cost $2700 because of Apple's supply chain volume :-)
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
Replying to @ArmughanAA @Tesla
the car is a 2014 ... so factory warranty has expired ... the replacement CPU has a 1 year warranty i'm told (by this math that 1/4 the warranty of the original!)
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
So the software update fails.... and the main screen stops working. They take the car and say it needs a new $2700 CPU because its "fried". Pretty mighty CPU that... but only comes with a 1 year warranty ... hopefully there's not many software updates coming in future.
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
At their size you need something monstrous to move the needle - and those ain’t easy to pull off. They tend to bet on organic development supplemented by smaller tech acquisitions.
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
Replying to @Chris_Mellor
Have you used Skype ?
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
Replying to @qhardy @greenhousenyt
Arguably Trump telling another big lie was not a surprise! I guess I should be happy - being one of the beneficiaries of the cut.... but we (USA) simply can’t afford it.
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
Replying to @Balmeri @sean7232 and 2 others
Did u see the episode of the The Simpson’s where Homer built a car ?
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
Replying to @greenhousenyt @qhardy
* Spend it = opex (flush it through the P&L)
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
Replying to @greenhousenyt @qhardy
Tax Cuts = More Cash Flow. You can’t spend it because EPS drops and stock gets hammered. But you can buy companies with that cash ... and “realize cost synergies” (= fire people). No surprise here.
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
Not a fan of an SUV. Aston makes things of beauty.... this is an ugly thing on Mercedes drivetrain.... pointless.
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Jeremy Burton Nov 14
Replying to @matteastwood
Most shocking is that we’re spending almost 50% more than we make as a country.
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Nate Silver Nov 10
For comparison, the House popular vote in things that are widely considered to be wave elections: 2010: R +6.8 2006: D +8.0 1994: R +7.1 So if we wind up at ~D +7.5 or so, we'll be pretty much exactly in line with those years.
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Seth Abramson Nov 9
(THREAD) The Whitaker scandal is deepening, as it becomes clear that Sessions' Russia recusal was a coordinated sham and his firing an act of obstruction—and that his replacement is a White House plant inside the Mueller probe. I hope you'll retweet and read on for more details.
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