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Guy On Twitter Challenges Stereotype About Tech Billionaires' Empires Starting In Garages

This guy's trying to challenge the stereotype about all these brilliant tech masterminds starting their global operations from within the confines of a stuffy garage. Instead, he asserts that some of these billionaires enjoyed the benefits of other factors like generational wealth, family investments, nepotism, etc. 

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    Architecture - skinny legend Follow @tooskinnymariah what's your excuse? Where it all started GOOGLE AMAZON APPLE co DISNEY MATTEL HARLEY 12:04 PM - 19 Apr 2019 5.072 Retweets 10.879 Likes
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    Text - your supreme, dj franzia Follow @hawillisdc apple's co-founder said the garage story is a "myth" bezos is a princeton grad/got a $300k investment from his parents for amazon google founders were stanford grads who had millions in venture capital before the garage dont yall get tired of promoting boot strap ideology? where It all started skinny legend @tooskinnymariah what's your excuse? APPLE GOOGLE ДИАZОY NATIE! HARLEY DISMEY 3:29 PM 20 Apr 2019 34,079 Retweets 93,903 Likes
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    Text - your supreme, dj franzia Follow @hawillisdc behind every "self made" millionaire is generational wealth, family investments, nepotism pulling strings, secret capital exchanging hands behind closed doors, someone moving you to the top of a pile, deals made at a country clubs, an elite education and or some type of access. 3:34 PM - 20 Apr 2019 3,013 Retweets 9,556 Likes
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    Text - your supreme, dj franzia Follow @hawillisdc "linsert] started in a garage", "everyone has the same 24 hrs" etc. are all code for "it's your fault you're poor and it's because you lack initiative and an entrepreneurial spirit." 3:37 PM - 20 Apr 2019 2,102 Retweets 7,449 Likes
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