Star Trek’s ‘Data’ Goes Surfing

Oh, wait. That’s really Mark Zuckerberg surfboarding in Hawaii–with way, way too much sunscreen on his face.

Isn’t it obvious why everyone hates him in Hawaii, and the U.S., or the world, for that matter?  That goes for his minions too.  Can you believe none of his crew told him exactly what a ghastly, ghoulish, foolish tool he looked like as he was heading out to surf with his $12,000 $Dollar electric surfboard.

New York Post–New photos show Facebook honcho Mark Zuckerberg zipping around on an electric surfboard in Hawaii — while wearing enough white sunscreen on his face to make the Batman super villain blush.

Earlier this month, native Hawaiian Mia Brier launched a campaign to stop Zuckerberg from snapping up land on the island — calling him “greedy” for suing locals who own property close to his massive $100 million estate.

“Mark Zuckerberg is the sixth richest man in the world… and he is suing Native Hawaiians in Kauai for their land so he can build a mansion,” she wrote in a change.org petition.

Zuckerberg’s Data Dump (on us)

“The FTC’s $5 billion fine for Facebook is so meaningless, it will likely leave Zuckerberg wondering what he can’t get away with.” – Business Insider

“Those are some nice facebookers,” observed Mark Zuckerberg

After the news on Friday that the Federal Trade Commission is close to finalizing a settlement with his company for a mere $5 billion, Zuckerberg has got to be feeling similarly untouchable. If, after all the privacy and security fiascos Facebook admitted to over the past two years — including, but not limited to, the Cambridge Analytica scandal — it gets off with such a small penalty, he’s got to think he probably could get away with murder.

Famous Art And Contemporary ‘Look-a-Likes’

War of the Worlds – Tripod Sound (Little known factoid – That’s the sound that “The Zuck” falls asleep to at night)

Can’t get enough of cheesy robots in 1950’s cheesy robot movies, try these…

Tobor, Tobor the Great (1954)

Gort, The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)