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Damn 230d
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Melodie 230d
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Nykolai 230d
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Szymon Żoko 230d
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Bradley Clark 230d
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Ever heard of Apple's employee number zero? It's none other than Steve Jobs. When Apple decided to number their employee badges based on the order of joining, Steve Wozniak was given the number one, making Jobs number two. But Jobs, not wanting to be second in anything, argued for the number one spot, citing that J comes before W in the alphabet. When that didn't work, he cleverly pointed out that the number zero was still available. Since zero comes before one, he reasoned he should have it. And so Steve Jobs became Apple's employee number zero. It's a quirky tale that captures Jobs' competitive spirit and innovative thinking. Stay sharp with TL.
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What was he doing bro Another girl or he needs to get his hair Cuz he looks like a big ball of his nose and his head His eyes look like a goblin. Um, his whole face look like the Joker's side chick And he kind of
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Yo, what the actual fu- Yo, what was that, bro? He was bustin' like crazy.
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Um, that's kind of homo.
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Steve Wozniak sounds like he's from Poland.
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He was definitely busting a nut making this video.
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I don't know, sounds pretty sus.
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I do not care.
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