Sarah Palin has settled in to her job very well, an unemployed right-wing blogger. Apparently Sarah Palin quit her job as Governor of Alaska to spend more time on Facebook. I’m serious. She’s on Facebook every day now. Because this is the proper forum to confront the President of the United States on the most important issue of our day, a social networking site for teenagers.
The Pentagon’s concerned that Facebook could pose a security risk to U.S. military personnel. Yeah, because apparently, there’s no telling what al Qaeda could do if it knows what a soldier’s five favorite romantic comedies are.
Hey, yesterday, did you hear this? Computer hackers managed to shut down Twitter and my favorite, Facebook, for several hours. In a related story, yesterday American productivity jumped by 159%.
Google is now developing a Facebook rival, a product similar to Facebook. They say their goal: so you never have to see your friends in real life ever again. -Jay Leno
Facebook is said to be working on a check-in feature so that your friends can see your location. Though I think everyone knows, if you’re on Facebook, you’re at work.
Promoting his new book, President Bush visited the headquarters of Facebook. Unfortunately, he spent the whole visit on Farmville, clearing brush.
Facebook has passed 500 million members. If Facebook was a country, it would be the third-largest country on earth … and by far the least productive.
Facebook now has 500 million users. The previous record holder was heroin.
Facebook now has more than 500 million users, which may help explain why unemployment is around 10 percent.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been named Time magazine’s Person of the Year. They said he has single-handedly changed the way we waste time at work. –Jay Leno