Fake News Account Spoofs Zuckerberg and Confuses Twitter

Fake News Account Spoofs Zuckerberg and Confuses Twitter

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Social media, and Zuckerberg himself, have been openly criticized for the decline of newspaper media and that particular style of journalism. To some, seeing him thank journalists was a bit of a slap in the face. For those people who read that post and reacted like this:



This little bit of clever editing might offer some giggles.

Or cringes.

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Pixelated Boat ran the spoof image along with the following caption:

Is it, Mark?

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What happened after they ran it? Confusion. Beautiful, parody-induced confusion. Move to the next page to see some screen shots.

People immediately had no idea whether or not the post was real.

Max didn't even question it, just went for the boycott.

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The confusion was made even worse by people who decided to have some fun at believers' expenses and kept insisting that the story was real.

Peter was offended.

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Russell isn't sure if the veracity of the story matters or not.

Also, that subtle Fox News zing is golden.

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Things got a little intense for Angela. Take a look one page over.

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