I'm pretty sure a lot of you out there don't watch SNL anymore for various reasons. This last Saturday was kind of dull except for one skit that actually rang true for a change. Julian Assange created Wikileaks to provide information, for free, to the general public on matters that not only concern the general public, but on matters that decide our fate without us having any say in the matter. But who gets Time Magazine's Man of the Year Award? Mark Zuckerberg. The same Mark Zuckerberg that has been caught more than a few times this year selling off his customer's private information to corporations. The same Mark Zuckerberg that keeps releasing his customer's private information without their consent, and the same Zuckerberg that has been quoted as having no qualms about releasing other's personal information for money.
Frankly, if you don't see the difference between the two, then you might be part of the problem as well. Well, enough tough love talk...here's the pointedly sharp comedy.