Skip to comments.The £5.4billion Google love rat (Schmidt protects his privacy while selling yours)
Posted on 07/20/2013 10:55:39 PM PDT by Slings and Arrows
He is the billionaire Google boss under fire for encouraging the company to avoid paying massive corporation tax in the UK and for not doing enough to protect children from internet porn.
Yet today The Mail on Sunday can reveal that 58-year-old Eric Schmidt, Googles executive chairman, does fiercely protect one thing: his own private life, which is as colourful and complex as the ever-changing Google doodle which pops up each time the search engine is launched.
In the past few years, the unlikely sex symbol with thinning hair and pockmarked skin has embarked on a string of affairs with younger women, including a vivacious TV presenter who dubbed him Dr Strangelove, a leggy blonde public relations executive and a sexy Vietnamese concert pianist.
Meanwhile his wife Wendy, 57, remains at one of the couples many homes, a £15 million waterfront mansion on Nantucket Island in Massachusetts, where she focuses on her philanthropic work amid reports in the US that she has accepted their open marriage.
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If it wasn't for double standards, leftists would have no standards at all.
Geek discovers money can buy women (in the short term).
He is going to wake up one day and miss his wife.
And there is no privacy on the internet.
Google is an extreme leftist Co. that massages the news presented to people to promote leftism, and runs the world’s largest repository of anti-Semitic material on their blog service and YouTube. Idiots like http://www.youtube.com/user/zionget/about whose only purpose is to incite racism. But Google makes lots of money of that kook, among others.
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Worked for me.
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