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Sam Betesh
Influencer marketing for Uber, Airbnb, EA, Sennheiser, Fabletics, Loot Crate & many more. Ex top-100 YouTuber. I like startups, biology, politics, and cooking.
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Sam Betesh 5h
Replying to @sarthakgh @rsg
I don't think it's safe to say they're being used as props; my guess is it's more likely these parents wanted to start teaching their kids about politics & how to get involved in grassroots campaigning. But 100% agree with Sar's point about the pretending approaches are outcomes
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Sam Betesh Feb 21
Replying to @jrapp
Get ur ass back here boiiii
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Sam Betesh Feb 20
, , , , , , , , , , and not on twitter but reusable packaging startups are awesome like Kargo and Returnity
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Trump: Obama was born in Kenya! Trump: Mexico will pay for my 25 billion dollar wall! Trump: Kim Jong Un is actually a really nice guy! Bernie: We should have Universal Healthcare like every other Western country. Trump: Woah! This guy's nuts! Crazy Bernie!
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Sam Betesh Feb 20
No. Nathan For You.
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Sam Betesh Feb 20
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Sam Betesh Feb 20
If you haven’t already seen a bunch of the early Time Restricted Eating studies that show it improves a ton of different biomarkers you should check out ’s Patreon. Lots of good stuff there.
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Sam Betesh Feb 20
Not sure, I never used it, just know the founder.
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Sam Betesh Feb 19
Replying to @eladgil @FuseInventory
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Sam Betesh Feb 19
Replying to @lindsaymc
Awesome! Can't wait! What's your email?
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Sam Betesh Feb 18
❀️😘
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Greg Leppert Feb 17
The channel is a case study in a brand figuring out Youtube. A year ago they were posting mostly recipes. Avg views: ~5k. The outlier was a β€œKids Try 100 years of X” series. Now their entire channel is β€œtry” and β€œguess” vids and nearly every one breaks mils of views.
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Sam Betesh Feb 17
What said you have to hear: "If you would sacrifice that [mosaic] to appease Tucker Carlson you've totally missed the point both morally & strategically..that undermines the project & the trust we need to build"
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Sam Betesh Feb 17
Replying to @memetiddies @Muddawg
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Sam Betesh Feb 17
Appreciate the support! You too !
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Sam Betesh Feb 16
Replying to @pt
this starts happening more, cities like NY could drastically cut the budgets of smaller cities that desperately need that tax revenue revenue, one at a time.
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Sam Betesh Feb 16
Replying to @pt
Just imagine if this went on slightly more frequently what would happen: local governments would start acting like companies competing for tax revenue, and it’s be better to have 5% of companies paying 3% state and local taxes then 1% of companies paying 10% state and local. If
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Sam Betesh Feb 16
Replying to @pt
environmental protections & working condition regulations is Asia is also a win/win.... if you ignore the employees & just talk about the interests government & employers. In this case you’re just swapping out employees for total taxes collected by local governments.
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Sam Betesh Feb 16
Replying to @pt
β€œNothing new” proves my point they’re advancing a race to the bottom in corporate taxation. And your win/win analysis totally ignores that fact and that it’s a net loss for local governments collectively when you allow this sort of negotiation. The race to the bottom in
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Sam Betesh Feb 16
Replying to @pt
Depends on tons of factors. But given the context, primarily; are they advancing a race to the bottom in corporate taxation?
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