Strong opinions were prevalent and as a result more people hit the unfriend and block buttons in [sic] any day in Facebook’s history. Said [Facebook front man Marc] Zuckerberg, “Everybody had something to say about Sunday’s verdict. Charges of racism were thrown around at everyone. Tempers flared and a lot of connections and ties were severed. It was even worse than the day the Casey Anthony verdict was announced. It really makes you wonder what would have happened if Facebook were around in 1995 when the O.J. Simpson trial reached its conclusion.”
I always thought Zuckerberg was more or less an idiot, and this certainly confirms it. Everybody! Everyone! Even worse! A lot of connections!
Aren’t tycoons supposed to be, like, good at numbers? Could we have some stats, Boy Genius?
But I’m sure it’s all true, and it delights me. I love it when things are divisive, even if it’s too hot to go wild in the streets.
Which would, of course, be preferable.