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@GSElevator Tattletale Exposed (He Was Not in the Goldman Elevator) via The New York Times
LOL, that crackerjack crew of investigative journalists at the Times have uncovered the “outrageous fraud” that is GSElevator and saved us all from this wicked deception. Please.
Apparently the Times has no understanding of the concept of fiction and entertainment, which ironically is what much of their reporting has become when it comes to technology…