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Source: DC Entertainment

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Category: IPOs, Valuation

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11 Responses to “Facebook Stock Certificate Facebook”

  1. inessence says:

    Zuck, as he relieves the multitude of fools of their cash…”What, me worry?”

  2. Bob A says:

    what is it about that picture that makes me wanna puke?

  3. Tim says:

    Hysterically funny!…. and simultaneously a sad reminder of the pitiful state of our evolving Farcebook culture.

  4. PeterR says:

    According to this article,

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/facebook-insiders-add-shares-to-boost-ipo-2012-05-16?dist=countdown

    Far(r)ceBook insiders are looking to sell a larger than usual % amount of shares.

    Hmmmm.

    Could someone graph the % of insiders looking to sell at IPOs, perhaps from the top of the market in 2000 +/- vs. now?

    Hmmmm.

    Smells Farcical IMO!

    PS — Yes, Bob A, “puke” is a verb which comes to mind, as does “revolt.”

  5. rktbrkr says:

    He looks like Eddie Haskell with a pinch of Alfred E Newman

  6. thomas hudson says:

    getting very tired of seeing pictures of zuckerberg. you would think he (and maybe he does) spend half of his days leading up to the big ipo in photo shoots. and please, can someone get him a new shirt? i envision a large walk in closet filled with finely pressed black t shirts.

  7. Dogfish says:

    Within two years, Facebook will be eclipsed by the next New Thing and be relegated to the same status as it’s predecessors. Perhaps a decentralized p2p, mobile-centric solution as the natural reaction to Facebook’s model.

  8. AHodge says:

    what a planet

    $100 billion for a platform for nothing but showing off

  9. Hugh says:

    Farcebook

    Can’t wait to short it.

  10. kxf_in_dc says:

    Has no one heard of Adblock still? I didn’t realize there were ads on Facebook until the IPO discussion. And all that “priceless” demographic data of mine they have? Most of it is shall we say less than accurate?

    Remember that guy who started Napster? Yeah, me neither.

  11. MorticiaA says:

    Andy Borowitz works his typical magic with the Facebook IPO with this:
    http://www.borowitzreport.com/

    Especially love this quote: “With your help, if all goes as planned tomorrow, Facebook’s IPO will net $100 billion. To put that number in context, it would take JP Morgan four or five trades to lose that much money.”