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Jeb Bush recently hired a new chief technology officer for his political action committee, but there was one little problem: the Santa Monica man he chose made a lot of inappropriate jokes on Twitter a few years ago. Ethan Czahor, Bush's new tech guy, once founded a site called Hipster.com, a photo sharing site that AOL ended up buying. He was also once the VP of The Honest Company, which sold non-toxic diapers, Time reports. His work with Bush will involve the former Florida governor's PAC, Right to Rise. Czahor also recently developed a website for Bush that correlated with his February 4 Right to Rise speech in Detroit. In the code of the site was a message to other interested coders asking them to email their resume to Right to Rise.

Czahor, however, has a less than classy past on social media, Buzzfeed reports. Of Czahor's 177 tweets via his handle @czahor, about 40 of them have disappeared recently.

They included quips like:

A Bush spokesman told BuzzFeed that the former governor determined these and the other tweets to be "inappropriate" and requested that they be deleted. The spokesman continued, "Ethan is a great talent in the tech world and we are very excited to have him on board the Right to Rise PAC."

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Most of these tweets are from 2009 and 2010. A lot's happened since then. LiLo is still alive and still hasn't slept with Czahor, according to her list. Czahor no longer appears to be an active Twitter user, though he tweeted this today:

Before that tweet, his most recent tweet dated back to September. The tweet before that was from April (also not a great joke):

Two tweets later, and we're all the way back in 2012. Lots of people have evolved over the years—remember when Obama evolved his stance on gay marriage?—and many of them without the advent of social media to document those changes. Here's hoping that Czahor has matured and is truly learning more than a lesson in image control.