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kabster728: @MikeIsaac @KevinBankston but Mike is shaving tomorrow, right Mike? ;)
WSJpersonaltech: Millions Improperly Used Phone Program t.co/E7kWwAMB
LaurenGoode: RT @johncbussey: Just what N. Asia needs, a little extra tension:"Breaking: North Korea appears to have exploded a nuclear device. @WSJ ...
LaurenGoode: RT @karaswisher: Livestreaming: Dish Chairman: “I Think People Are Cutting the Cord” t.co/IkVhJU37
kabster728: Meanwhile, how cute is this photo of the Downton cast? t.co/KXVLMYK7
kabster728: When @pkafka hints that he doesn't care abt employees, Ergen says he cares about abt his kids but doesn't give them evythg they want #dmedia
kabster728: Charlie Ergen says there are only two types of employees: those that get results & those that make excuses. Do you agree? #dmedia
WSJpersonaltech: Bank Customers Make Smartphone Connection t.co/qHaY0R2i
kabster728: Dish's Ergen turns intrvw into therapy, talks abt being 4th of 5 kids, dull life as a blackjack player, being meanest boss in US #dmedia
waltmossberg: RT @AskingAmy: Charlie Ergun sort of kills. @pkafka so smart to prompt gently and then step aside. #dmedia