SNL Brings Jesse Eisenberg And Mark Zuckerberg Together

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The Social Network was an amazing film about an amazing technological innovation that has definitely changed the way we communicate with friends and family. Facebook was recently valued at around $50 billion, and it's easy to see why. Millions of people visit the site every single day to post status updates, and it has become the homepage of so many users. It's hard to even imagine a world where we couldn't easily "Like" something, and it's easy to imagine that this is just the start of a social networking revolution.


But until this weekend, the star of The Social Network had never actually met the star of Facebook. You can thank Saturday Night Live for finally bringing the two together. On the most recent episode of SNL, Mark Zuckerberg met Jesse Eisenberg as the show was introduced, and the result was hilarious, if not a little awkward. The video below explains it all!


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kid007 replied on Mon, Jan 31 2011 7:04 AM

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Dave_HH replied on Mon, Jan 31 2011 8:02 AM

Have to hand it to Zuck on this. He actually didn't seem too much like a dork when they were making fun of him.

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coolice replied on Mon, Jan 31 2011 9:40 AM

haha.. .one things sure... Zuck can act... yes yes i know hes not an actor. But entertaining... helped pass 5 mins in class.

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realneil replied on Mon, Jan 31 2011 9:47 AM

Dave_HH:
Have to hand it to Zuck on this. He actually didn't seem too much like a dork when they were making fun of him.

Yeah, he's cool, calm, and collected. Being worth Billions of dollars may have something to do with that.

Hopefully when he grows up a little he can use some of that fortune to help others in the world. I don't agree with the way that Microsoft has handled themselves throughout their short history, but I like some of the initiatives and good ideas that Gates has about eradicating some diseases and getting other wealthy people to pledge a portion of their fortunes to good causes. I often wonder just how much of this was Melinda's doing?

So yeah,.....Mark,.....talk to Bill.

 

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Dave_HH replied on Mon, Jan 31 2011 9:50 AM

Agreed Neil. All billionaires should be philanthropists too. If you're THAT fortunate, it's a sin not to spread it around a little.

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Marc B replied on Mon, Jan 31 2011 10:53 AM

"I often wonder just how much of this was Melinda's doing?"

No, Bill's family are long-time acolytes of Margaret Saenger, and he is an avowed globalist. His obsession with African vaccinations is a direct outgrowth of his familial influence. His father was a on the board of Planned Parenthood, and Bill claims vaccinations are the key to stemming African overpopulation.

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