July 26, 2018
I’m laughing right now.
Not on my face. I don’t like to lose my composure.
I’m laughing deep, deep inside of me.
And, sure – I’m smiling a little. Grinning, really.
I hate Facebook and I hate Zuckerberg.
I never felt the need to “socialize with random people in the Internet.”
All time you spend dealing with people should be focused on achieving your goals.
When I was an adolescent and Facebook became “a thing” it was explained to me that Facebook was just a Jewish data mining operation, and it was already evident that it was a waste of time, so I just always felt that it was cancer and I never used it, except using strawman accounts to gather data on people and to troll.
Information wants to be free.
Facebook is a cancer, and I relish seeing it burn.
Facebook plunges more than 24 percent on revenue miss and projected slowdown
- Earnings per share: $1.74 vs. $1.72 per a Thomson Reuters consensus estimate
- Revenue: $13.23 billion vs. $13.36 billion per a Thomson Reuters consensus estimate
- Global daily active users (DAUs): 1.47 billion vs. 1.49 billion, according to a StreetAccount and FactSet estimate
Facebook missed projections on revenue and global daily active users this quarter after struggling with data leaks and fake news scandals.
The company reported its second-quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday.
Mark Zuckerberg is counting the cost of user disenchantment with Facebook Inc.
His fortune tumbled by $16.8 billion in late trading Wednesday, as shares of the social media giant slid 20 percent at 5:37 p.m. in New York on disappointing results. If that holds through Thursday’s close, he will slide to sixth place from third on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. It would also wipe his $13.7 billion of gains for the year, leaving him with just less than $70 billion.
I will live to see the fall of this jewish imposter judge of our opinions.
I will live to see Europa rise.