Shortology. Da Alien a Mark Zuckerberg, 101 ministorie per chi non ha tempo da perdere
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In fact, this is just a smokescreen by Mark Zuckerberg to combat any news that says is not human as more and more people are getting aware that Mark Zuckerberg does not belong on Earth. Crack open his head and there’d be a wiry mess of circuit boards and bleeping lights - inside he is mechanical. There’s also androids, of course, but they’re merely robots that look human, so we can rule them out - he’s a cyborg.
For example, when Mark Zuckerberg found out that he was accepted into Harvard University, “human” Mark Zuckerberg does not seem fazed by the fact he got accepted into one of the top prestigious Ivy League universities in the United States. He said if Facebook had been around in the early aughts, it could have nipped that whole Iraq War business in the bud. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has become a target for jokes and memes on social media after a group selfie he had uploaded in April resurfaced on Twitter, but with a twist.Yeah, they’ve added in ‘charity algorithms’ to trick the general public into thinking he has ‘compassion’ - but that’s too easy. As a pair of philosophers wrote in the journal Utopian Studies in 2005, “Icke’s greatest strength is not so much as an innovator of any particular strain of alien or conspiracy theory but rather in his totalizing ambition to weave numerous sub-theories into an extraordinary narrative that is both all-inclusive and all-accounting.
The bizarre conspiracy theory, originated by the British arch-conspiracy theorist David Icke, claims that evil, warlike Reptilians, who originated from the Alpha Draconis star system in the Orion Constellation, arrived on Earth nearly 800,000 years ago. Dig deeper into the mind of the tech oligarch and you’ll find he is a man unlike anybody you’ve ever interacted with, in this world or the metaverse.
After building an early version of Facebook, Zuckerberg said, giving his peers the opportunity to express themselves led them to organize “more social events, start more businesses, and even challenge some established ways of doing things on campus. The Zuckerberg's "booster seat" images circulated online in April 2018, when the Facebook CEO and founder faced a hearing of the U.
Dude had to debunk it all by himself earlier in 2016 at a Facebook town hall live, that he ain’t a shapeshifting lizard person.
A spokesperson for Facebook told the New York Post that it was "the committee's standard practice" for comfort, and had not been brought along by either Facebook or Zuckerberg himself to enhance his height. Mark Zuckerberg in a booster seat looks like he's about to ask the waitress for chicken fingers and apple juice pic.