FACEBOOK WILL END ON MARCH 15th, 2012! (UPDATE)



PALO ALTO  – Facebook carries on to renounce rumors it is fastening down on March 15th of 2012.  WWN, even so, hassubstantiated that it is true.


On January 9th, WWN’s ace reporter, J.B. Smitts, busted the global narrative that Facebook was going to close down on March 15th because Mark Zuckerberg desired to revisit to a regular life.   The narrative produced a worldwide awareness,and J.B. Smitts has been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for smashing it.




Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg has publicly rejected the rumors, saying, “Facebook is not going to close down.  Not now, not ever.  We’re just getting started.”
David Ebersman, the CFO of Facebook, and the man toiling with Goldman Sachs on the new Facebook financing deal said, “many population sense that the deal with Goldman Sachs will lead to a change in Facebook or that we might fastened downin order that the government won’t force us to depart public.  All of those rumors are false.  We are going to be tougher than ever after March 15th.”
But WWN has uttered to insiders at Facebook who toughly contradict the public assertions of the manager organisation team.






Sources indoors Facebook advise us that the financial gathering is now establishing strategies on how to handle the very large shutdown.  “We can’t just turn it off on March 15th of 2012.  There will be a revolution,” said one insider.  “We have toorganise our users for the end of Facebook and offer them means to retain their public webs alive.”
Zuckerberg upholds that one year is adequate time for users to organise for the demise of Facebook.  It in addition rendersfoe sites time to manufacture up their customer base.




There were rumors that Zuckerberg himself was going to show on the Oscars on February 27th, when The Social Network isdefinite to win Best Picture of the Year Award.  But Zuckerberg did not show.  New rumors are that Zuckerberg will make “anvalued statement to the world” about the future of Facebook when he rallies with President Obama in the White House on June 15th.





Meanwhile, there is fear all throughout the globe as Facebook users (and addicts) are horrified that they may mislay theirpublic networking community.  Top celebrities Tyra Banks, Mila Kunis, Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Justin Beiber, Ashton Kutchter, Carrot Top, Meryl Streep, Danny Bonaduce and the Real Housewives of New Jersey and Atlanta are all panicking about suffer forfeit Facebook.  “I’m fanatical to Facebook,” said Tyra Banks. “Without it, my life is over!”





An online request was commenced just hours in the past to aid argue Zuckerberg and Facebook to continue open.


The organizer of the “Please Do Not Shut Down Facebook Petition”, Fritz Barnkopf, said, “we expect to get a million or more signatures before the Oscars, so Mark Zuckerberg will re-evaluate his tragic decision.”












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