‘Run Away! Run Away!’ Says Faceberg

“I’ll be back”

Guys, Google Facebook has changed it’s name to Alphabet Meta:


Yeah, that will solve everything. “Facebook? Never heard of it.,” said Faceberg.

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7 Responses to ‘Run Away! Run Away!’ Says Faceberg

  1. lofgren says:

    “Actually, Facebook Co. has been bought by Meta, a new conglomerate that just happens to have all the same corporate officers and all the same employees as Facebook Co. Facebook Co. has also sold all of its assets and intellectual property to Meta. Unfortunately, this leaves Facebook Co. with nothing but debts and no ability to generate revenue, so it will be declaring bankruptcy. Since the primary creditor of Facebook Co. is Mark Zuckerberg, he will be paid off first. After the C level executives take their golden parachutes and their new jobs at Meta, whatever is left over will definitely be used to settle all of those unfortunate lawsuits. After that, Facebook Co. will be broken up into multiple companies, each with no actual function or employees and wholly owned by Meta, in order to avoid antitrust litigation. Of course Meta is not subject to antitrust litigation because it is even bigger than Facebook, so therefore not a monopoly no matter how many of its subsidiaries are monopolies, according to how our system works. Capitalism is totally healthy guys, as we have proven by the voluntary dissolution of the evil corporation Facebook.”

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  2. skinnydennis says:

    Shoot, I was hoping he’d rename it FaceyMcFacebookFace.

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  3. S M McBean says:

    The ghost of Will Rogers has been whispering all day: “I never meta social media company I couldn’t fuck up.”

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  4. R White says:

    Faceberg, Meta, Alpha & Omega…regardless of the name, still the same shitty online sewer populated mainly by socially awkward boomers. #deletesocialmedia

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  5. roket says:

    Yawns. I’m waiting for the unintended consequences. They are usually more entertaining.

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  6. David L Keller says:

    Meta: Monitoring Everything Totally Always


  7. LOL, even the New Yorker is piling on : (yes, I have a sub, to the paper version, even.)


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