Facebook — Michael Jackson Sweeps Mark Zuckerberg’s Marriage Away

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Mark Zuckerberg’s marriage with Priscilla has born so many other news as well.‘Mark Zuckerberg got married and Michael Jackson kept the party warm all night long. The other news goes as ‘Tension between America and China is expected to take new levels as China steals America’s Geek King’.

‘Facebook’s CEO and Founder, Mark Zuckerberg married his longtime girlfriend Priscilla Chan on Saturday’, reports CNN.

Just the day before the marriage, Facebook was made public and Mark Zuckerberg swung record $16 billion out. It would be very ugly to say that Priscilla Chan has married into $ billions.  Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan are both together for last 9 years and they both had studied together at Harvard where Mark Zuckerberg had already been marked as ‘big man on the campus’.

One of the guests, present at the party, said,

“The wedding had been planned for months and the couple was waiting for Chan to finish medical school, but the date of the IPO was a ‘moving target’ not known when the wedding was set.’

The other neighbors of CEO also broke some interesting news. One of the neighbor told that all night after the marriage, the street was ramping with Michal Jackson’s songs. Janet Jackson, Flo Rida and Bon Jovi were also played to keep the floor and drinks storming.

Legal experts are also dissecting deep into the marriage news. They say that right after the IPO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg’s marriage would potentially be advantageous for him. They persist to assume that the couple has engaged in antenuptial agreement and would have decided how the assets break if the marriage dissolves in the future.

Web development companies, programmers and developers were feeling very down and out and they’d started thinking that they aren’t marriage kind. This marriage has infused new soul in geek world and has told them that life is ‘social’.


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