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Mark Zuckerberg 'Hates' the New Facebook, Too

When details emerged about the redesign of Facebook's homepage, we braced ourselves for the deluge of status updates railing against the change. Well, the new version, which features a real-time News Feed, went live Friday. So, what do folks think? Naturally, they hate it.

But rather than hide from the inevitable criticism, some Facebook employees decided to just laugh it off and play along. According to Tech Crunch, founder Mark Zuckerberg, and other employees like Ivan Kirigin and Ari Steinberg, have joined a group called 'I AUTOMATICALLY HATE THE NEW FACEBOOK HOME PAGE.' The irony here is almost enough to make us rethink our typical stance against joining Facebook groups.

The group's description slyly makes fun of the massive overreaction to change on the social-networking site:
I HATE CHANGE AND EVERYTHING ASSOCIATED WITH IT

I WANT EVERYTHING TO REMAIN STATIC THROUGHOUT MY ENTIRE LIFE

I DO NOT KNOW WHAT I WANT FROM THINGS I CANNOT CONTROL

BY LOGICAL DEDUCTION I AUTOMATICALLY OPPOSE THE NEW FACEBOOK STREAMING HOME PAGE

IF I HAVE TO EXPLAIN THIS GROUP IT IS NO LONGER FUNNY
Who knew the Zuck had such a sense of humor? It's nice to see him climb down from that ivory tower and have some fun. Next thing you know, he'll let someone make a movie about his life. Wait a second... [From: Tech Crunch, via Silicon Alley Insider]

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