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The Winklevoss twins' 'bizarre' pistachio ad

The video: Last year, The Social Network gave us a fictional version of the Winklevoss twins, the strapping doubles who claim Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea for Facebook while the three were students at Harvard. Now, the real-life Winklevii are getting some screen time. The twins, who scored a $65 million settlement with Facebook that they later unsuccessfully challenged (in the hopes of getting even more money), are appearing in a "bizarre" new ad for Wonderful Pistachios.
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