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"Should you become Internet Famous, follow this checklist."

"It should ensure that, once people start using your character and likeness purely for their own personal enjoyment, they won't discover you're an actual human with flaws and systematically purge you of your job, friends, spouse, and newfound revenue streams."Extrapolating life lessons from the story of the rise and fall of Ken Bone — the man in the red sweater at the town hall debate.
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