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Palantir CEO gives $180,000 to New Hampshire river hermit whose home burned down

Palantir President Alexander Karp has given $180,000 to Another Hampshire loner who has accumulated media consideration as of late after the lodge he was living in burned to the ground.
The cash was an individual gift from Karp, a representative told CNBC. Karp acquired pay worth about $1.1 billion of every 2020.
David Lidstone, 81, known as “Waterway Dave,” was imprisoned July 15 for purportedly hunching down on a property for almost 30 years. The lodge he was living in caught fire on Aug. 4, as indicated by the AP.
Palantir's billionaire CEO gives hermit $180K to rebuild cabin


“How might I articulate my thoughts and my appreciation towards something to that effect? I begin to destroy at whatever point I mull over everything,” Lidstone told the Accord Screen of Karp’s gift. “For an old lumberjack who consistently needed to work, for anybody to give you that kind of cash, it’s inconceivably hard for me to get my head around.”
Lidstone told the AP the previous land owner had allowed him to live on the land. The current land owner, who took in of Lidstone from a town executive in 2015, needed him out, the AP revealed. The adjudicator eventually conceded Lidstone’s delivery from prison.
Prior to the gift, Lidstone had supposedly gotten somewhere around 20 movement offers as distant as California, the AP said.


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