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    Default Mark Zuckerberg - nasty WTF?

    I don't care how much money you have, you can take care of this and your own hygiene! What if he gets sweaty, ummmmm,,, down below. Will he take care of that himself, or like a golf course have a ball washer employed?

    This is also degrading to the individual he has doing it. And it says it's an executive who was doing so. Imagine being at the executive level and the guy above you assigns you the task of drying his pits for him?

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    Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Has Employees Blow-Dry His Sweaty Armpits

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly has members of his communications staff blow-dry his armpits ahead of big speeches and other appearances that might cause the tech billionaire to experience flop sweat.

    The intimate detail is one of many featured in Facebook: the Inside Story, a new book by Wired‘s Steven Levy, that chronicles the inner workings of the social media giant and the personal quirks of its executive leaders. The book portrays Zuckerberg as being somewhere “between naive genius and robotic robber baron,” according to a report from Bloomberg, which has reviewed the book.

    Zuckerberg’s problems with perspiration date back to at least 2010, when a widely circulated video showed him sweating profusely on stage at the D: All Things Digital conference.



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    Remember the lib/dems adored the Zuck until it was discovered he was -- helping Trump.
    Now suddenly media/dem/libs hate him.. Who couldnt have seen that coming?
    I suspect the elitist personality that the article describes has always been there- suddenly in matters- only because he has been accused
    of helping/aiding Trump.
    my my , such integrity these dem/libs display.. eh?--Tyr
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimnyc View Post
    I don't care how much money you have, you can take care of this and your own hygiene! What if he gets sweaty, ummmmm,,, down below. Will he take care of that himself, or like a golf course have a ball washer employed?

    This is also degrading to the individual he has doing it. And it says it's an executive who was doing so. Imagine being at the executive level and the guy above you assigns you the task of drying his pits for him?

    --

    Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Has Employees Blow-Dry His Sweaty Armpits

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly has members of his communications staff blow-dry his armpits ahead of big speeches and other appearances that might cause the tech billionaire to experience flop sweat.

    The intimate detail is one of many featured in Facebook: the Inside Story, a new book by Wired‘s Steven Levy, that chronicles the inner workings of the social media giant and the personal quirks of its executive leaders. The book portrays Zuckerberg as being somewhere “between naive genius and robotic robber baron,” according to a report from Bloomberg, which has reviewed the book.

    Zuckerberg’s problems with perspiration date back to at least 2010, when a widely circulated video showed him sweating profusely on stage at the D: All Things Digital conference.



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