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Someone bought and put a bunch of sad faces on it

Someone bought and put a bunch of sad faces on it


The faces represent the people she laid off at HP

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Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina confirmed this morning she would be running for president in 2016. In a short video posted to Twitter, the Republican hopeful said, "We need to restore possibilities for every American, regardless of their circumstances." One internet dweller probably wondered if the 30,000 people Fiorina laid off during her time at HP were included in that group, and decided to send a little reminder. That person picked up the domain name and peppered it with sad emoticons — one for each person who lost his/her job at HP.


It goes on.


And on.


If you like pranks that involve a heck of a lot of scrolling, this one's for you.

When Fiorina was asked if she would have handled the lay-offs differently in a 2005 interview with Fortune, she said, "I would have done them all faster. Every person that I’ve asked to leave, whether it’s been clear publicly or not, I would have done faster." Okay!

Fiorina's official campaign website is, which I'm honestly surprised wasn't already a Carly Rae Jepsen fan page.

Update May 4th, 12:16PM ET: Looks like there's a secret bonus page.