Zuckerberg just wants face time for Christmas

The Examiner predicts what The City’s leaders, losers, and movers and shakers want from Santa.

Who: Mark Zuckerberg

What: A real friend

Why: Scoffing at the privacy of users and the constant barrage of redesigns has raised the ire of many a “friend” of the Facebook founder — and with the holidays coming up, the soft glow of a computer screen can only keep one so warm. Melting the heart of a notoriously hotheaded know-it-all is a tough job, but if anything can do it, it’s a real life hug … by a human being … in person.

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