|Mark Zuckerberg created The Facebook.|
|Mark Zuckerberg created Profile pages.|
|Mark Zuckerberg created Walls and Groups.|
|Mark Zuckerberg is resting.|
|Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverin are no longer friends.|
|Eduardo Saverin posted a note on Ben Mezrich's Wall: "Book idea: Sex, money, Ivy League."
|Eduardo Saverin posted a note on David Fincher's Wall: "Movie idea: Sex, money, Ivy League."
… and a creepy megalomaniacal sociopath.
|David Fincher posted a note on Aaron Sorkin's Wall: "Let's make a movie about Facebook."
Love it. What's a Facebook?
|Entertainment Weekly posted an article: "Facebook Movie in the Works."
Why couldn't anyone sue us?
|Aaron Sorkin posted a note: "The Social Network screenplay, first draft."
I'm a little concerned about accuracy. Did Zuckerberg really address a joint session of Congress?
I don't know that he didn't.
|Aaron Sorkin posted a note: "The Social Network screenplay, second draft."
Come on dude. The old-money white-bread “Winklevoss” twins?
That's the one part I didn't make up.
|David Fincher created the event Mark Zuckerberg Casting Call.
Hey guys, I'm in!
Not sure how to put this...
|Mark Zuckerberg tagged himself in a photo:|
|Eduardo Saverin tagged himself in a photo:|
You got it.
|Justin Timberlake was tagged in a video: Social Network audition.|
Thanks Justin. You can stop popping and locking now.
|Jesse Eisenberg has zero friends.
It's called method acting.
|Justin Timberlake posted a note on Sean Parker's Wall: "Hey—we should hang out so I can get a feel for your character."
Great! See you at 7:30.
|Sean Parker posted a note on Justin Timberlake's Wall: "What the hell? You just came and stole my fucking iPod!"
Kinda like Napster, right?
|The Wall Street Journal posted an article: "Zuckerberg Gives $100 million to Newark Schools."
Um, thanks, but these new computers can only access Facebook.
|New York Magazine posted an article: "Sorkin Puts 'Truth' Above Facts."
Facts? You can't handle the facts!
|Variety posted an article: "Social Network Tops Box Office With $23 Million."
Congratulations. I'm worth 300 times that.
|Aaron Sorkin added Justin Bieber and Smirnoff Ice to his Interests.
Hey, quit it Zuckerberg.
|Aaron Sorkin poked himself.|
|Aaron Sorkin poked himself.|
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