January 30, 2011 | 5:03 pm
Posted by Misha Henckel
It takes an inordinate degree of courage to “show up” in front of the world and poke fun at yourself. And it must be even more difficult if you’re particularly diffident and socially awkward. But Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg found himself on SNL last night, along with host, Jesse Eisenberg who portrays him in “The Social Network.” There was much speculation as to whether Zuckerberg would be willing to be a part of the show, and it could not have been an easy choice to make. But it was the right one!
It’s so easy for us to sit on the sidelines and comment on the lives of people in the spotlight. How would we like if the tables were turned? Not at all!
Kudos to Zuckerberg! Click on the link to see the clip.
Zuckerberg, Eisenberg SNL
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