Step 1 – Stream it from a shitty, concrete-floor office. If you can’t, do a BBQ in your backyard with a $10 grill.
- With a billion dollar company, it is important to have the shittiest looking office in the world. Don’t spend any money, gang. Keep that economy bottlenecked!
Step 2 – Make sure you only take questions related to that stupid fucking drone which beams internet to Africa
- Who needs internet service in Rwanda? I’d rather not die of a tapeworm going up my piss stream.
Step 3 – Ignore all legitimate questions from readers which are challenging and make you address issues.
- Especially ignore questions about the borderline-retards who run your customer support department and who ban atheists for telling the truth to religious nuts. This is documented as having happened.
Step 4 – Ignore questions about bugs, glitches and features which haven’t worked, some in years, on Facebook. Focus on that fucking drone.
Step 5 – You’ve yet to add the ability to comment as a page on the Facebook app, and actually bugged out the ability to on the Pages app, so why fix it now? Talk about something else new you’re doing. We get it – you get tired of your old toys and want new ones.