What does Jeff Bezos’ Amazon Profile look like?

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It looks like this :

Jeff Bezos’ Amazon Profile

I was surfing around Amazon and got curious about those “Badges” that you sometimes see. They’re the ones that say “REAL NAME” or “TOP 10 REVIEWER”.

Well there’s also a badge called “THE”, as in THE Steve Jobs as opposed to the fake Steve Jobs or one of the other legitimate Steve Jobs that surely exist.

So I thought, “I wonder what Jeff Bezos profile looks like.” Then I found you can select “People” from the Amazon search dropdown. Sure enough, there he was.

What do we discover about Jeff from his profile?

“”Work at Amazon.com. Known for my laugh. That’s me in my Austin ‘Danger’ Powers Halloween costume.”

And he doesn’t review many things – 9 reviews in the last 8 years. His most recent was in 2006 and is actually quite funny, especially the comments in response –

Jeff Bezos’ review of milk

Other than that

  • he’s tagged a few things including a lotr chainmail shirt
  • hasn’t created any listmania lists nor created any how to guides
  • but has created a wishlist

It would be curious to see what his response would be if you bought him something on his wishlist. Anyone game to try? :)

Madonna high school yearbook photo

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I was curious…

…and I found a picture of Madonna from her high school year book!

Madonna in high school

I was wondering “What did Madonna look like when she was younger?” I can’t even remember why I wondered this. I’ve been listening to Confessions on a Dance Floor while coding at work, so that must have had something to do with it.

I did some searches on Google and this picture is the best I could come up with. It’s from an auction for her high school yearbook. For someone so famous I’m kind of surprised. Surely there’s a biography with some childhood photos in it? Can anyone help out?

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