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Look Who Just Turned Fifteen

Mark Zuckerberg's baby is growing up

by Greg Asimakoupoulos
February 8, 2019

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Look Who Just Turned Fifteen

Mark Zuckerberg is getting old.
There're gray streaks in his hair.
This week his little baby turned fifteen.
His pride and joy (although still young)
is part of all our lives.
It's everywhere! At least that's how it seems.

Yes, Facebook's reached that awkward age
of adolescent change.
There's growth spurts, hormones and those nasty zits.
Somedays it seems it's quite mature
and other days... "Oh my!"
It has been known to have some hissy fits.

Like other teens we've learned to love,
Mark's brain child has some quirks.
We'd all do well to give it time and space.
It's still a kid in many ways
with growing up to do.
Me thinks it is entitled to some grace.

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