Facebook Co-Founders Donate to Pot Legalization, Apparently Hope to Create More Party Pic Content for Their Company

Napster developer and Facebook co-founder, Sean Parker, has reportedly pledged $100,000 to California’s Proposition 19, the pot legalization measure.

“And,” The Associated Press reports, “he’s not the first big Proposition 19 donor with ties to the social networking site. Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz has made two donations totalling $70,000, including a $50,000 contribution last month.

While, as the report continues, “Neither Parker nor Moskovitz are still with Palo Alto-based Facebook…both still have ownership stakes.” Which makes us wonder if perhaps their looking out for their best interests, at least, that is, farther than simply ensuring their freedom to burn barrels of the good shit until they topple over, totally wastefaced.

Says the AP, “In a recent Vanity Fair profile, the media-shy entrepreneur is described as a computer-programming prodigy with an uncanny knack for anticipating online trends and a penchant for designer clothes and partying.”

Which should at least make us wonder if perhaps he’s even savvier than we already giving him credit for… after all what better way to generate an influx of juvenile potsmoking party pics with while simultaneously minimizing the resultant legal issues?

Talk about  high quality, um, content..

Sean Parker the King of the Jetset Beatniks.

Mark Zuckerbag is mad that he’s being portrayed as a cokehead.