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Did Andrew Tate claim his job was to seduce women and get them on a webcam?

Yes, it was on his website But the process to verify that is convoluted, so bear with me: The quote was posted to his website (cobratate.com) Someone backed that page up to the Internet Archive in ...
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At Reddit, are unofficial AI bots "posting old content as if it is their own" and "responding to comments"?

The existence of bots on Reddit is well-established, with entire Reddit forums dedicated to discussing how to write them and their impact, including: r/botwatch, r/Bottiquette, r/botsrights, r/...
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Did Andrew Tate claim his job was to seduce women and get them on a webcam?

In an interview with Tripp Kramer, Tate says something similiar to the description of the PHD program. At 6:05 in the video Andrew Tate LIED he says: That teaches basically how I got girls, how I met ...
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At Reddit, are unofficial AI bots "posting old content as if it is their own" and "responding to comments"?

If you look through the Embarrassed-Mouse-49's recent post before that one, what triggered them was apparently this exchange: You can judge for yourself if that's evidence for the claim. As for why ...
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Did a Chinese farmer spend 16 years learning law so he could sue a chemical company?

Wang Enlin actually lost. According to Agence France Presse in November 2017 This February, Wang and his self-styled “Senior Citizen Environmental Protection Team” earned a rare victory when a local ...
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