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People Describe What Will Happen If Elon Musk's Twitter Buyout Goes Through
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The world's richest person in the world, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, is planning to take over the social media app of all social media apps–Twitter.

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People Break Down The Things That Are Totally Lame Sober But Awesome With Alcohol
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In one of the more memorable episodes of the iconic sitcom Friends, Monica's boyfriend at the time, "Fun Bobby" was more often with a drink in his hand than without one.

But when she confronted him about this and he stopped drinking, it soon becomes abundantly clear what it was that made "Fun Bobby" fun.

This isn't at all a unique situation.

Have you ever gotten food after having enjoyed a few drinks with friends, then returned to the same restaurant to discover the food was noticeably less good without alcohol in your system.

Redditor gustavowdoid was curious what other food, experiences, or people seemed to be better when enjoyed with varying degrees of alcohol, leading them to ask:

"What is something that is totally lame without alcohol but totally awesome with alcohol?"
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People Break Down Which Corporations Are More Evil Than Anyone Realizes
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Loyal customers who patronize a variety of businesses tend to look the other way if they sense something about the company is up to no good.

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People Confess Which Companies They Absolutely Refuse To Support
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Today's average consumer has plenty of options when it comes to patronizing a company for the services or merchandise they offer.

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People Share The Biggest Signs Their Company Is On The Brink Of Failure
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Companies can either thrive or falter under the constraints of capitalism, especially during an economically devastating global health crisis that was only a short decade after the 2009 recession.

There are a few signs that can tell you when a company is on its last leg. Sometimes they can limp along for a few more years, but it might not be a bad idea to dust off that good, old resume.

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