Home Scandal and Gossip Buying self respect has only cost Mark Zuckerberg $100 million.

Buying self respect has only cost Mark Zuckerberg $100 million.


What do you do when an imminent film release about your life and fortune doesn’t portray you in the most favorable light?

It’s time for all you media whores to learn how your whoring image with a bang really works. Enter self made douche Mark Zuckerburg who can’t help making more money and enemies than you’ll ever make as tips at the local diner on a post Thanksgiving day. (Which reminds us Mark, why is Facebook down for the second day in a row, I was set to cruise all the hot broads…blah!) So back to Mark, trying to figure out how to save face now that the movie the Social Network is about to come out and Aaron Sorkin and Columbia Pictures are set to make some much needed mullah, with Mark unfortunately coming out less than lovable (oh well…). Is there a solution? Let’s find out?

Washington Post Zuckerberg donates $100 million to Newark schools; surpasses Steve Jobs on Forbes’ rich list.

Newark Mayor Cory Booker on July 1, 2006. (Emile Wamsteker/Bloomberg News)

Update, 2:50 p.m.

One of the topic editors at The Post, Scott Butterworth, pointed out that the donation will be made as $100 million of Facebook stock. And that number is a guesstimate on Facebook’s part: No one is saying yet how many shares will go into Zuckerberg’s new foundation, and since Facebook’s shares are not publicly traded, it’s impossible to put an independently determined value on the gift.

Thanks Mark, we’ll be sure to remind Lilo to look for some spare change at the local coke den next time she need to prop up her public image…geesh

Source; Animalnewyork.com

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

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