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Tarun Chitra
@pinged
The last 12h of Twitter takes on SBF has been a mixture of misplaced elation, investors unable to grapple with personal responsibility, and dunks from people who made money from Alameda; perhaps trauma is healed this way, but I respect the opinions of those who were quieter much more
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Tarun Chitra
@pinged
I very much agree with this take from Hayden tbh https://x.com/haydenzadams/status/1720236865003966965?s=46&t=xfVnkeUFTpbb0myzYJQ6Og
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Dan Romero
@dwr.eth
Not an SBF fan, but always weird when decades in prison is something people celebrate. Maybe if you’re a direct victim, but peanut gallery is cringe. Legal system worked. Let’s move on.
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@stringtheory69
I feel like the system that educated, incentivized, and propped him up needs it’s day in court. So much about the whole thing smells of systemic failures. SBF in jail solves very little imo. Justice is cool but feels a bit like sublimation.
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