After being basically in hiding for 117 days,Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey spent his first full day back in the spotlight getting grilled by a feisty lawyer who tried to make fun of the fact Luckey had no college degrees.

The suit alleges Oculus stole vital information before it was acquired by Facebook in 2014 for $2 billion:

While Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg s testimony yesterday got testy, today Luckey made Zuck seem chiller than a billionaire with 16 bodyguards.

, Luckey repeatedly interjected and argued over the characterisation of a non-disclosure agreement he had with ZeniMax, and Philbin s omissions while reading out parts of the NDA in court.

Later Luckey added: You re only showing me one message in a long chain of messages.

I just want to make sure I accurately describe the content of my email replies so they re not taken to mean something they don t mean.

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