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Ken Muldrew

On the other hand, I loved the treatment that Larry Summers got in the movie. I didn't think it would be possible to make him so likeable.

The part that bothered me afterward was the snappy dialogue that Zuckerberg engages in while being socially inept. Sorkin used snappy dialogue in The West Wing to show how clever the President's minions were, and it was pretty effective, but it's kind of ridiculous for a social misfit to engage in the kind of word games that only come with long practice born out of the love of talking to people.

"How many friends do you have and how cool are they and what have they done for you lately?"

45, mostly relatives. But hey, I'm not that petty. As cool as I am, I though you'd know this already...

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