Listen: Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, Eric Mackay discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Absurd amount of free food. He had received. Eric MacKay decided to share his wonderful peanut butter blessing and apparently his own dad is one of the many furloughed government workers and because of the ongoing shutdown. He had a conversation with the store and then implemented a deal for federal workers at the store. This particularly this particular store is in Dumfries for Julia. And the deal that Eric set up with the store is that any employee not receiving pay due to the government shutdown could come in and get three jars of peanut butter. Also, that's three jars which for maybe someone like Eric is really not a lot for me. And my man that's gonna that's gonna last forever. On January twenty third Tracy McKay and her son. So Eric took the time to hand out free jars furloughed employees who showed up at the store that is so nice. And then I guess really you could say that Eric went from an enthusiast to a philanthropist, and he is just really been able to make his Mark while enjoying his favorite food, which is a door -able. So good job, Eric, you should really be proud of your efforts. And this is just so inspiring. I was really glad that I read this because continually seen all the headlines about the the shutdown and just that everything is just know. It's not going to end. All of the nasty just back and forth. I was really glad to read this and just know that despite the bleak situation there are people out there who want to make it just a little bit better. So I'm so glad. This next story is this is bizarre and funny. This is about someone that we all know, I'm not gonna say all know in love because that's not true. But it's only on though, it is about Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. And this this headline really caught my attention. It said Mark Zuckerberg wants killed a goat and fed. It to Twitter's Jack Dorsey, obviously, I had to read that when I saw it. So apparently, Mark Zuckerberg loves meat and so much so that he spent a whole year challenge in himself to only eat meat from animals that he killed himself. Specifically, a herd of six goats that he kept in his backyard during this year, he tried to feed one of those goats to Jack Dorsey who is the Twitter CEO. So I feel like it's like Hollywood. And you're like on Hollywood, everyone knows each other. I guess like in Silicon Valley, everyone just knows. Everybody. I mean, if you're CEO's of some of the biggest social media companies, I'm sure you've you know, rubbles once or twice anyway, the story continues that under like a rule or regulation where Mark Zuckerberg lives, which is Paul to California, you can have six livestock on any lot of land. So because of that Mark Zuckerberg had six goats and then apparently killed one of them. And this is what Jack Dorsey said he said with a laser gun, and then a knife all before Jack Dorsey came over apparently, Mark Zuckerberg explained the process to Dorsey and told him he'd be serving the go with salad and then pulled me out of the oven. This is the other strange part of the story. According to Dorsey, it was cold. And so we just ate his salad. This is so bizarre though. Like Mark Zuckerberg killed a goat with a laser. And then a knife, and then served you cold, that's very bizarre. There's a joke in there somewhere. So apparently, Mark Zuckerberg goes off on like self improvement goals every year, and so in two thousand eleven that man, he chose to become a -tarian since the only meat I'm eating from animals. I've killed myself. And that's a quote from him. He ended the challenge a year later, he has since gone onto apparently, I don't know the article said he has gone on to devour meet shaped birthday cakes. And thoroughly explain how to grill brisket and ribs in a Facebook live video, which is all very odd.."